A woman who was convicted of killing a family of four while she was driving impaired has been denied full parole.
Researchers in South Africa first sounded the alarm over the B.1.1.529 variant, now known as Omicron, after finding more than 30 mutations in the spike protein, a component that can alter the way a virus infects cells. But much remains unknown about the finer details of the variant.
Mason Ganzert of Prince Albert is the grand prize winner of $1 million in The Roughrider & Children’s Hospital Foundations Lottery.
As a professional dog trainer, Meghan Oesch specializes in correcting poor behaviour. But, she says during the pandemic, she’s been receiving a lot of calls about the animals not being properly socialized.
A new flare gas-to-power facility is the latest venture added to Flying Dust First Nation’s portfolio of businesses, bringing their goal of economic independence one step closer.
When Pastor Clint Knutson arrived at Saron Lutheran Church in Hagen on Sunday morning he was dismayed by what he saw.
The Saskatoon Tribal Council brought Indigenous culture to the 2021 Tim Hortons Curling Trials.
Students are being given a chance to learn the Cree language in Saskatoon schools thanks to a University of Saskatchewan program.
The Saskatoon Fire Department (SFD) wants to make a major upgrade to its 911 call centre.
Saskatchewan reported 81 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday – with 31 new cases reported in the province’s South East zone.
TeleMiracle has announced the list of Saskatchewan performers who will be featured on the 46th installment of the charity telethon.
The Government of Saskatchewan and the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) were caught in a war of words on Wednesday surrounding the province’s deficit and crop insurance payments.
Saskatchewan RCMP, Prince Albert police and the Coroners Service are investigating a suspicious death which occurred in Sandy Bay on Monday.
WATCH: Lisa Risom has the stories of two Indigenous men who attended residential school in Saskatchewan and the impact it still has today.
Thousands of handmade wreaths, meant for a ceremony to honour fallen servicemen and servicewomen at Beechwood Cemetery in Ottawa, have been stolen.
RCMP in Nova Scotia have closed a 22-year-old case on Wednesday and have determined the death of Arlene McLean was not a homicide.
With a large portion of the City of Abbotsford still underwater Wednesday, monthly precipitation totals confirmed what was easy to see on the ground: The city got a historic amount of rain last month.
A six-year-old Ontario boy won the opportunity to address his favourite hockey team and video of the passionate pre-game speech has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times.
Caitrin Hodson learns more about literacy, what READ Saskatoon does & how their latest product 'Booktivities' supports their programs.
WATCH: Nelson Bird brings you this week's edition of Indigenous Circle.
WATCH: CJ Katz shows us how to make a flavourful, show-stopping loaf in this week’s Wheatland Cafe.
Canadian casting companies say they’re having a tough time finding new Santa actors for the holiday season. Heather Butts reports.
The answer was still 'yes' even after this proposal went wrong in Texas. The ring was found after a half-hour search.
As he finishes his final show as chief anchor of CTV News at Six in Halifax, Steve Murphy shares a final farewell.
This surfer in Puerto Rico was paddling on his board when he had a close brush with a shark near Middles Beach on Nov. 29.
Meet Boji, a dog that travels daily using Istanbul's public transport system.
Video from the Royal National Lifeboat Institution shows the rough weather a lifeboat had to go through amid Storm Arwen in the U.K.
The first cases of COVID-19 in Canadian wildlife have been discovered in three white-tailed deer, a press release from Environment and Climate Change Canada reports.
The House of Commons unanimously agreed to pass Bill C-4, the legislation to ban LGBTQ2S+ conversion therapy, through all stages without study or amendment after a Conservative motion, making it the first bill to pass the House in the 44th Parliament and head to the Senate. This rapid fast-tracking came just two days after the Liberals tabled the expanded legislation.
Alberta will begin to administer COVID-19 vaccine booster shots to all adults in phases, the province announced Wednesday afternoon when it reported two more Omicron cases.
Police in London, Ont. say an eight-year-old girl has died following a pedestrian crash in the city on Tuesday night.
A large number of Afghan refugees remain stuck in Canadian hotels — in some cases for months on end — with some unable to even send their children to school.
Housing prices in Canada are expected to increase steadily in 2022, with inter-provincial migration continuing in many regions and a short supply of homes in those areas pushing up costs, according to Re/Max’s housing market outlook report published Wednesday.
The federal government says Boeing's Super Hornet fighter jet is out of the running to replace Canada's CF-18s.
The new on-arrival COVID-19 testing and isolation requirements for all air travellers coming from outside of Canada other than from the United States could come into effect at any time, depending on the airport, according to Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos.
The U.S. is expected to announce tighter travel rules after reporting its first case of the Omicron variant.
Canadians are scrambling to get flights back home after Ottawa announced enhanced travel restrictions because of a new COVID-19 variant.
The House of Commons has unanimously agreed to pass Bill C-4 banning conversion therapy without study or amendment.
Missing tennis star Peng Shuai reappears at youth tennis tournament in Beijing. CTV’s Richard Madan reports.
It's been almost 50 years since Roe v. Wade effectively legalized abortion in the U.S. as this 1983 report from ABC's John Martin explains.
Afghan politicians who have escaped to Athens fight for women’s rights, with a plan for a parallel parliament. CTV’s Daniele Hamamdjian reports.
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau went back and forth on inflation and the cost of living in Canada.