The longtime Grand Chief of Kahnawake, Joseph Tokwiro Norton, has died, his family says. A colleague remembers him as a big thinker who was willing to work tirelessly to bring complex projects to fruition.
Tomas Tatar and Jesperi Kotkaniemi scored twice, Carey Price made 30 saves for the seventh post-season shutout of his career, and the Montreal Canadiens thumped the Philadelphia Flyers 5-0 on Friday to even their first-round playoff series at one game apiece.
Premier Francois Legault is reluctant to adopt the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) because he fears that it will force the government to give Indigenous people a veto on all economic projects.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday gave credence to a false and racist conspiracy theory about Kamala Harris' eligibility to be vice-president, fuelling an online misinformation campaign that parallels the one he used to power his rise into politics.
Canadian and U.S. officials have agreed to keep the border between the two countries closed to non-essential travel for another month. This comes as both countries are still working to stop the spread of COVID-19, and as tensions continue to flare between Canadians and prospective American visitors.
A Miami businessman accused of being the mastermind behind the largest fraud case in Vermont's history pleaded guilty on Friday over a failed plan to build a biotechnology plant using tens of millions of dollars in foreign investors' money.
The number of tents in Montreal has risen dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic as homeless people look for a place to sleep that is safe and secure. City officials know that solutions are needed soon as the summer nights grow shorter
This weekend, expect to take major detours if you are planning on driving on Highway 15 between the Samuel-de Champlain Bridge and the Turcot Interchange or on the Ville-Marie Expressway east between the Turcot and the tunnel. Highway 13 south between Highways 40 and 520 is also worth avoiding.
Asylum seekers working on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis are getting an early chance at permanent residency in Canada, but some advocates say the government's plan will leave thousands of workers on the sidelines.
Eugenie Bouchard's run at the Prague Open has come to an end. Bouchard gave Elise Mertens a tough time in a quarterfinal match Friday, but in the end the No. 3 seed from Belgium defeated the wild-card from Westmount, Que., 6-4, 1-6, 6-4.
From the social pressures of being sorted into class cohorts to fears about bringing the novel coronavirus back home, experts say returning to school will likely provoke some anxiety for students of all ages.
As schools across Canada are scheduled to reopen in September, experts tell CTV News there is plenty to be learned from the 'major failure' to restart classrooms in Israel in May. Read the feature on CTVNews.ca.
Almost nothing about university life will look the same this year: classrooms and libraries will be closed, and most activities are off-limits. One thing hasn’t changed, though: the bill. Students aren't happy.
Quebec provincial police are asking the public for help finding 56-year-old Richard Unvoy, last seen in Ange-Gardien in Montérégie on Wednesday. His relatives have reason to fear for his health and safety.
A group of some of Canada's leading doctors and pharmacists have issued an open letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, urging the federal government to address shortages for critical drugs such as Azithromycin, Lorazepam and Remdesivir that could 'imperil the lives' of Canadians amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Toronto Maple Leafs fans in 'The Six' will have to deal with a bit more misery for the next week at least, as they look to their skyline and see billboards emblazoned with their biggest rivals throughout the city.
Montrealers have been feeling the heat this summer, but we’re not alone.
It turns out July 2020 was the hottest July ever recorded for the Northern Hemisphere, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association.
Everyone has their version of a pandemic escape, and one person just found theirs in downtown Montreal for $20 million. The sale of the luxury property set a new price record in Quebec, with the help of the coronavirus, says the realtor who handled it.
The incident took place around 1:15 a.m. on Notre-Dame St. E, near the Clarence-Gagnon Ave. intersection when the bus driver – who was travelling west – lost control of the vehicle for an unknown reason.
A Quebec man serving a 20-year sentence in Florida is dying in a U.S. hospital after he fell into a coma caused by a reaction to medication. His family says the Canadian government should have done more to get him out of the U.S.