A B.C. man's lawsuit against Facebook – in which he is claiming $50 million in damages because the social media giant did not take down an "imposter page" – will be allowed to proceed, according to a court ruling.
People who provide mental health support across the country have been significantly busier helping those with trauma after Pope Francis arrived in Canada and apologized for evil committed by members of the Catholic Church.
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health is launching a study that will attempt to separate the antidepressant effects of psilocybin mushrooms from the psychedelic experience to create a new treatment.
According to Health Canada, epidural catheters are in short supply in four provinces— meaning that epidurals could become inaccessible to thousands of pregnant people who rely on them for pain management during labour.
In the latest edition of Indigenous Circle, Donna Sound of CTV National News travels northwest of Edmonton to the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation, where she speaks with Chief Tony Alexis about the significance of the circle and the powwow.
For years, the most popular internet browsers have included options to search for and visit websites in 'private' modes. But clicking the 'private' browsing option might not protect you as much as you think, some privacy experts say.
The Trans-Canada Highway has reopened in both directions between Ba Sa Gim Road on Highway 69 in Shawanaga First Nation and the intersection of Highway 400 and 559 in Nobel on Monday following a crash, police say.
Canada's privacy commissioner says the belated disclosure that RCMP has for years been using spyware capable of accessing cell phone and computer microphones, cameras and other data as part of major investigations, is a clear example of why Canada's Privacy Act needs updating.
Alberta Health Services has issued an enforcement order against a Banff home after an inspection discovered that as many as 42 people were staying inside the property, saying the maximum number of occupants of the facility 'was exceeded.'
China said Monday it was extending threatening military exercises surrounding Taiwan that have disrupted shipping and air traffic and substantially raised concerns about the potential for conflict in a region crucial to global trade.
Air Canada denied a customer complaint and instructed employees to classify flight cancellations caused by staff shortages as a "safety" problem, which would exclude travellers from compensation under federal regulations. That policy remains in place.
Five people, including a suspect, were taken to hospital with serious injuries after a violent incident that drew a massive police presence to downtown Vancouver's main entertainment district Saturday night.
A new Vietnamese restaurant called Pho Noodle House opened in Sudbury’s downtown core early last month. It’s located on Larch Street and the owner tells CTV News that each one of his employees is from Vietnam.