It could be weeks before Health Canada is able to say for sure whether the first delivery of 300,000 Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine doses can be used due to the ongoing quality control review, according to the agency's chief medical adviser.
Thousands of people in Montreal waved Palestinian flags, drove through the streets and gathered in front of Israel's consulate general in Westmount in support of Palestine in wake of the growing violence between Israel and Hamas.
An Israeli airstrike destroyed a high-rise building in Gaza City that housed offices of The Associated Press and other media outlets on Saturday. All AP employees and freelancers evacuated the building safely.
Israeli airstrikes on Gaza City flattened three buildings and killed at least 42 people Sunday, Palestinian medics said, in the deadliest single attack in the latest round of violence. Despite the toll and international efforts to broker a ceasefire, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signaled the fourth war with Gaza's Hamas rulers would rage on.
A league of Muslim nations on Sunday demanded that Israel halt attacks killing Palestinian civilians amid heavy fighting between it and Hamas in the Gaza Strip, even as fissures between countries over their recognition of Israel emerged.
Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart is apologizing and condemning systemic racism after an incident that the city's police department describes as a case of mistaken identity.
Police are reaching out to villagers in northern India to investigate the recovery of bodies buried in shallow sand graves or washing up on the Ganges River banks, prompting speculation on social media that they were the remains of COVID-19 victims.
The Sault Ste. Marie Police Service says Zachery Bisaillon, 29, is wanted for attempted murder following an incident in the 500 block area of North Street just before 10:30 p.m. last night. He is to be considered armed and dangerous.
There was a great turn-out throughout the day Saturday at Sudbury’s outdoor market, located at the corner of York Street and Paris Street.
Algoma University will be one of several partnering universities that will be studying the Lake Superior watershed this summer.
Police have charged a 31-year-old Timmins man with several offences following a string of robberies in the area, the most recent of which took place Friday night.
Battistellis’ Independent Grocer in Lively has won a national award as Independent Grocer of the Year for 2020. Independent grocers from across Ontario compete for the title annually.
New statistics have confirmed what many people have already realized: it's a lot harder to find an affordable home in Greater Sudbury than it used to be.
Cuts to Greyhound Canada will have ‘no impact’ on services to Ontario Northland, the company says.
The North Bay Police Service is conducting bicycle patrols in the city.
A 54-year-old man from Callander, Ont., was killed Thursday evening when his motorcycle collided with a moose.
Ontario Provincial Police have arrested a suspect from Hamilton, Ont. in connection with an internet fraud investigation in Sturgeon Falls.
Hydro One is advising residents in the Municipality of Powassan, the Townships of Nipissing, Chisholm and Machar, and Loring, Port Loring and District of a planned power outage on Saturday, May 15.
Peregrine Falcons are once again getting attention at the Sault's International Bridge, after returning to their nesting boxes this spring.
A Sault Ste. Marie man says he was ordered to remain in quarantine despite a negative COVID-19 test.
The Porcupine Health Unit (PHU) has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at the off-site hospital facility operated by the Timmins and District Hospital (TADH).
The Porcupine Health Unit area is the first in the northeast to offer COVID-19 vaccines for people aged 18 and older, around two weeks ahead of schedule compared to other health units in the region.
The province said Friday it is spending $35 million to increase enrollment in nursing education programs in colleges and universities throughout Ontario.
The Porcupine Health Unit said Friday evening that there has been a COVID-19 outbreak at Monteith Correctional Complex.
A kayaker was rescued by a fellow paddler in Okanagan Lake, after a dramatic moment when they had to flag down a boat to bring them ashore.
A now muted Maritime landmark designed to warn ships could be forever silenced. CTV’s Todd Battis explains.
9-year-old uses social media to help save lives in India
'Feared for my life': Alta. doc shares COVID-19 experience
Romania's Bran Castle, widely known as 'Dracula's castle,' is offering Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to visitors.
Young Gaby stars in her own TV show for kids, showing what's behind her admiration for agriculture.
Athletes from around the world are taking part in a virtual marathon and two Canadians are leading the pack.
One Quebec company is offering cash bonuses to its employees -- and even new hires -- to encourage them to get vaccinated.
A B.C. brewery has debuted a pandemic-inspired beer that can disappear into the background of some video conference calls.
Separated and divorced parents often have disagreements on parenting issues, but the approval of certain COVID-19 vaccines for older children can be a contentious point for parents with opposing views on vaccination, and one that courts may increasingly have to resolve.
Mounties were called in to round up four goats on the side of a highway in Surrey, B.C., this week.
A disturbing video that appears to show two young females being repeatedly assaulted by a group of girls in Riverview, N.B., is circulating on social media and now, the mother of one of the young victims is speaking out.
Sudbury's Ivan Brabant, who is anxious to get back on the stage when the pandemic is over, covers 'Brother Jukebox' by Keith Whitely.
Mitch Jean, a singer and songwriter from Cochrane who works to help raise the profile of northern artists, covers a Bryan Adams classic.
Simon Rivard lives in New Liskeard with his wife and three kids. He performs a Bruce Springsteen cover to brighten everyone's day.
The COVID-19 situation in the Timmins area is so bad that vaccinations are now offered to anyone 18 and older. Sergio Arangio reports.
Amid the growing violence in east Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip, supporters of the Palestinian solidarity movement held peaceful protests in cities across Canada on Friday and Saturday, ranging from small car rallies to massive marches of thousands of people.
The federal Liberal government is facing growing calls for answers on why the military general who was overseeing Canada's COVID-19 vaccination campaign has been sidelined, as well as who will be replacing him.
Ontario is reporting just under 2,200 new infections of COVID-19, marking a full week in which daily case numbers have remained below 3,000.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken left Sunday for a trip focused on the future of the Arctic, a source of growing tension with China and a test of the strained U.S. relationship with Russia ahead of an expected Biden-Putin summit meeting.
The immunologist who leads the COVID-19 response in the United States says that 'the undeniable effects of racism' have led to unacceptable health disparities that especially hurt African Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans during the pandemic.
When a time-sensitive issue like VITT arises, there are multiple ways urgent updates make their way to physicians, nurses and ER staff, note several experts who say the public can feel confident the health system has kept pace with new discoveries.
9-year-old uses social media to help save lives in India
A cyber attack put the brakes on the U.S.’s largest pipeline this week. CTV’s Tom Walters has the details.
The unexpected reassignment of Maj-Gen. Fortin won't affect Canada's vaccine distribution, experts say. CTV's Kevin Gallagher explains.
Sgt. Frank Jang explains why he doesn't think that gang violence in British Columbia should be referred to as a 'war.'