Calgary police say they recently received information that a person matching Mackenzie Trottier’s description was spotted multiple times in downtown Calgary.
Four people from one household screened positive for the variant, a statement from the Ministry of Health said. The family has a travel history to one of the countries of concern identified by the Government of Canada.
Timely coroners' reports and a need for serious incident analysis in homes that care for adults with intellectual disabilities are two of the key topics identified in the second volume of the 2021 Auditor’s report.
A Saskatoon restaurant ranks among the top 100 in Canada, according to a survey conducted by an online restaurant reservation service.
A Saskatoon businessman who also represents people in small claims and traffic courts has been vindicated in a clash between conflicting regulations.
Two men have been charged in an attempted murder investigation.
After the last few days of frigid conditions and now a fresh blanket of snow Wednesday, Saskatoon’s road issues continue and the treacherous driving situation is posing problems.
A house in the Briarwood neighbourhood that was close to being demolished last year is getting a new lease on life.
Amigos Catina, a restaurant and music venue in Saskatoon, is implementing several changes for its guests after conducting a community consultation survey in October.
Some of Saskatoon’s community leaders gathered Wednesday to discuss the challenges facing the city’s downtown, including crime, poverty, addiction and commercial vacancies.
A man was taken to hospital after he was struck by a vehicle while riding a bicycle, according to RCMP.
Canada will proceed with a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, meaning government officials won't attend but athletes can continue to compete.
Saskatoon and Calgary police with help from RCMP have concluded a nine-month investigation – dubbed Project Octane – regarding what police call a sophisticated drug network.
WATCH: Lisa Risom has the stories of two Indigenous men who attended residential school in Saskatchewan and the impact it still has today.
The manager of the emergency cold weather shelter in Prince Albert says the recent frigid temperatures have brought twice as many people to the Stepping Stones Shelter looking for a place to sleep.
Saskatchewan RCMP say officers attended Father Porte Memorial Denesuline School in Black Lake around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday morning due to a threat towards the school.
Theft from a shared mailbox has put a damper on Christmas for a Prince Albert homeowner.
An Ottawa man has been charged following a nearly two-year investigation into several ransomware attacks on targets in Canada and the U.S.
The sport of disc golf has exploded in popularity during the pandemic, namely because it's relatively easy to do and fairly inexpensive to get started.
What was supposed to be a week of relaxation in Mexico has turned into a nightmare for a Vancouver woman. Jamie Coutts, who flew to Playa Del Carmen last week, is facing extensive surgery after being attacked by a stranger in the resort town.
Volunteers at a wildlife rehabilitation centre in Delta, B.C., are used to receiving calls about a variety of species, but nothing quite like this.
Caitrin heads to local retailer Prairie and Pine for CTV Morning Live's Holiday Gift Guide [SPONSORED].
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.
An Alberta woman’s frustration over a moose crossing sign has led to her redesign being accepted as a replacement. Bill Fortier reports.
Anyone looking to get their hands on the new Timbiebs merchandise from Tim Hortons and Justin Bieber should be prepared to pay top dollar.
An aspiring Nigerian neurosurgeon wants to revolutionize medical diagrams with his drawings of patients with Black and non-white skin tones.
Olympic decathlon champ Damien Warner wins the Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada's Athlete of the Year
A loud boom and bright flash seen on Dec. 7, 2021, may have been a meteor.
A Toronto family is heartbroken after their elaborate inflatable Christmas display was vandalized.
Hamid Hakimi and his partners at Elite Developments pledged $200,000 for Afghan refugees’ holiday shopping. Heather Butts reports.
Virgin Radio's Jax Irwin explains why she thinks the Canadian star withdrew his nominations this year.
With the COVID-19 pandemic newly invigorated by emergence of the Omicron variant, CTVNews.ca looks at mask-wearing requirements, and their exemptions, across Canada.
Speaking to CTV National News, Immigration Minister Sean Fraser says the government is eager to fulfill its promise to bring 40,000 Afghan refugees to Canada, but notes it faces unique challenges in Afghanistan and other countries where refugees have fled.
A woman is dead after the car she was driving plunged into a river and floated dangerously close to the brink of Niagara Falls.
Women under the age of 50 who had their ovaries and fallopian tubes removed during a hysterectomy for non-cancerous reasons have an increased risk of dying, but the risk associated with the procedure diminishes with age, according to a Canadian study published on Wednesday in The BMJ.
The Western Quebec School Board confirms the Grade 3 teacher at Chelsea Elementary School was removed from the classroom because of Bill 21, Quebec's law that bans all religious symbols at work.
Four years after creating and proposing a new, more accurate-looking moose crossing sign, Canadian transportation authorities are poised to start using an Alberta woman’s design for signs across the country.
The federal legislation to ban conversion therapy practices in Canada received royal assent on Wednesday, meaning the bill is now a law, but the new criminal offences won’t be in effect until early January. Per the coming-into-force provisions of the bill, the four new Criminal Code violations will be enacted 30 days after it received royal assent, which will be Jan. 7.
The entire world remains unprepared for the next pandemic and most countries are underprepared even for small outbreaks of disease, researchers reported Wednesday.
Canada says it could take up to two years to resettle Afghan refugees; plus, Ottawa will join a boycott of the Beijing Olympics
CTV News' Mackenzie Gray explains the ramifications of Canada's decision to carry out a diplomatic boycott the Beijing Games.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford takes questions on the minimum wage hike and efforts to make housing more affordable in the province.
Kimberly Potter is facing a second-degree manslaughter charge for the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright.
Genevieve Beauchemin sits down with Immigration Minister Sean Fraser about Canada's promise to get vulnerable people out of Afghanistan.
Russian politics and history expert Amy Knight explains why Russian President Vladimir Putin is so opposed to Ukraine joining NATO.