Province offers construction subsidy to long-term care facilities planning to build

The province announced Friday that any long-term care facilities that have plans to rebuild or upgrade next year can apply for a construction subsidy. (Lydia Chubak/CTV News) The province announced Friday that any long-term care facilities that have plans to rebuild or upgrade next year can apply for a construction subsidy. (Lydia Chubak/CTV News)

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Tyre Nichols' brutal beating by police shown on video

Memphis authorities released video footage Friday showing Tyre Nichols being beaten by police officers who held the Black motorist down and repeatedly struck him with their fists, boots and batons as he screamed for his mother and pleaded, ''I'm just trying to go home.'

From top row from left, Tadarrius Bean, Demetrius Haley, Emmitt Martin III, bottom row from left, Desmond Mills, Jr. and Justin Smith. (Shelby County Sheriff's Office via AP)

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OPINION | Selling a home? How to know if you qualify for a capital gains exemption

When selling a home, Canadians may be exempted from paying capital gains tax on a residential property -- if it's their principal residence. On CTVNews.ca, personal finance contributor Christopher Liew explains what's determined as a principal residence, and what properties are eligible for the exemption.