For months, thousands of Quebec teens and preteens were made to wear masks that turned out to be potentially toxic, made with graphene. CTV has learned that the masks were subject to very little oversight and Health Canada wasn't even aware they'd been shipped to Canada.
Around one in 66 Canadians are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, according to a 2018 report from the federal government. But autism spectrum disorder still remains poorly understood among Canadians who don't have autism, and the autistic community continues to face challenges that stem from this lack of understanding.
A long-awaited independent review has found “serious flaws” in how the Toronto police force handled a number of missing persons investigations in the city’s Gay Village and is calling for a new approach that would shift some of the responsibility for handling these files onto civilians and community agencies.
The federal government announced it was mobilizing its own resources and co-ordinating with lesser-hit provinces to send health-care workers and other support to help Ontario as it battles record-breaking COVID-19 numbers.
Public health officials in Sudbury are advising of a potential high-risk exposure at Wacky Wings and are requesting anyone who attended the restaurant on April 11 between 5:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. be tested.
Police services in at least three northern Ontario cities will not be conducting random stops to determine why people are outside their residence during the stay-at-home order. An authority afforded to them by the Ontario government as part of the new stay-at-home measures issued yesterday.
The Ontario government has reversed its decision to close playgrounds after the ban was widely criticized, with one Toronto infectious diseases doctor calling the closure of outdoor spaces the wrong move in the fight against COVID-19.
The heads of some of the city's biggest organized labour groups gathered this week to demand the province take action on the insolvency crisis at Laurentian University. Calling their actions 'shameful,' some now want the resignation of Minister Ross Romano.
After a great deal of lobbying, Mushkegowuk Council has received federal and provincial funding to develop a new program called 'Firekeeper Patrol' to help Indigenous people in Timmins who are homeless and/or battling addictions.