Tyler White of Siksika First Nation Health Services in Alberta says the federal government should not expand access to the medical assistance in dying (MAID) procedure to those suffering solely from severe mental illness.
An unprecedented number of people have recently been invited to apply for permanent residency in Canada through a program aimed at attracting skilled workers, following a year that saw immigration numbers plummet during the pandemic.
Like other newborn puppies, Skipper likes to eat, drink water and go to the bathroom, but the border collie and Australian shepherd mix is unique from the rest of her litter: She was born with six legs.
After four years of holding our collective breath following every prime ministerial meeting with the mercurial former U.S. president, Tuesday’s summit afforded a welcome sigh of relief at the happy harmony of it all, Don Martin writes in his exclusive column for CTVNews.ca.
Conseil Scolaire Catholique du Nouvelon has closed École Alliance St-Joseph in the Greater Sudbury community of Chelmsford until March 15 following a positive COVID-19 test returned from someone at the school.
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan says he's committed to swift action on the promise of widespread culture change within the Canadian Armed Forces following allegations of misconduct against two top military officials.
A retired military veteran and his wife in Astorville are thanking Northern Ontarians and Canadians from coast to coast to coast for helping them raise enough money to purchase a new service dog that will help him with his Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Saudi Arabia said Saturday it intercepted a missile attack over its capital and bomb-laden drones targeting a southern province, the latest in a series of airborne assaults it has blamed on Yemen's rebel Houthis.