As of Friday, Saskatchewan parents and caregivers are no longer required to tell schools if their child has COVID-19 - a decision that isn't sitting well with two Saskatoon parents.
Saskatchewan Medical Health Officer Saqib Shahab compared living with the Omicron COVID-19 variant to the annual flu season.
The province is lowering the self-isolation period to five days for unvaccinated residents, effective Friday. Unvaccinated residents were previously required to self-isolate for 10 days.
As a convoy of truckers made its way through Ontario on Thursday, hundreds of supporters gathered along roadways and overpasses in the Greater Toronto Area, with police warning of major traffic delays.
A University of Saskatchewan professor, and her research on the aurora, is being recognized internationally.
Much of Saskatchewan has been dealing with inconsistent temperatures in 2021 and it’s because of a jet stream sitting smack dab in the middle of the province.
Saskatchewan reported 1,194 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, along with six more deaths.
A popular Riversdale restaurant says it's putting a "pause" on its operations.
Saskatchewan’s premier is hinting some COVID-19 restrictions could soon be lifted, saying current measures may have run their course.
A Prince Albert man has pleaded guilty to murder in the deaths of his parents and his 7-year-old son.
Village Green Thrift Store is seeing more people come in searching for vintage times and other hidden treasures.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is decrying the 'fringe' views among some of those who are supporting the trucker convoy making its way to Parliament Hill to protest COVID-19 vaccine mandates and other policies they feel infringe on their freedoms.
A 98-year-old Saskatchewan veteran who served during the Second World War continues to keep himself in shape by curling twice a week at a Regina club.
WATCH: CTV Saskatoon’s Miriam Valdes-Carletti reports on changes concert-goers can expect.
As Saskatchewan farmers hope to rebound from last year's drought they need to contend with climbing fertilizer prices.
People living in remote, isolated Indigenous communities, who are at greater risk of getting COVID-19, have been prioritized to receive some of the first shipments of a newly approved Pfizer drug to treat the illness, according to Indigenous Services Canada (ISC).
Members of the Sumas Prairie community in Abbotsford, B.C., are still stepping up to help their neighbours, months after floods devastated the area.
When amateur weather forecaster Frankie MacDonald joined one of his favourite podcasts Monday evening, he had no idea he was on a collision course with one of sport's biggest stars.
The city of Ottawa is honouring the Canadian actor by naming a new street after him in the east end.
One Winnipeg man is making three-dimensional models of Manitoba buildings to preserve the province’s history.
Caitrin talks to nutritionist Courtney Berg from Vitality Nutrition about the foods that improve your health and your mood.
Astronomers are investigating after the discovery of mysterious object in space. Joy Malbon reports.
'Jeopardy!' champion Amy Schneider's dazzling streak is over, snapped Wednesday by a Chicago librarian after 40 consecutive wins and nearly US$1.4M in prize money.
The City of Ottawa will honour Canadian actor Ryan Reynold for his charitable work.
Television show Fraggle Rock returns after more than 30 years of being off the air. Bill Fortier reports.
Jeremy Rupke in on a mission to have the most Canadian backyard around for his son's 7th birthday.
A dog that was stranded in marshland and at risk of drowning was rescued by a British crew using a drone with a special treat attached to it.
As a convoy of truckers head to Ottawa to protest the federal government's cross-border vaccine mandate, some truckers are distancing themselves from the movement as it attracts support from fringe groups and generates dangerous rhetoric.
An Amber Alert has been cancelled after police say a two-year-old boy was discovered safe in a Calgary home Thursday evening.
While vaccines have played a major role in protecting long-term care homes from the same deadly toll the first wave of COVID-19 took on residents, the impact has still been profound during the Omicron wave.
Residents of a Ukrainian city near the Russian border who have sought to distance themselves from the historical influence of their neighbour are now feeling the unease of a potential invasion.
Anzorat Wali is a female Afghan taekwondo star who took up the sport to learn self defence. She swiftly began earning medals, more golds than she can remember, but her dream of competing in the Olympics died the day the Taliban arrived. 'We have nothing now. We have nothing,' she tells CTV National News' Paul Workman in Kabul.
Canadian musician Jann Arden said writing her newest album in the middle of the pandemic gave her 'a lot of time to be reflective.' The writing process for 'Descendant,' Arden's 15th studio album out Friday, began in the spring of 2020, in the early days of the global outbreak of COVID-19.
Gas prices are expected to reach record highs in parts of the country ahead of the weekend.
Sentencing submissions are expected today in the case of a teenager who pleaded guilty to terrorism-related charges including possession of explosive material and counselling someone to detonate a bomb.
Hundreds in Ont. protest trucker vaccine mandate, meanwhile Erin O’Toole will meet with members of the Freedom Convoy in Ottawa.
As Russia bolsters its military, residents in Ukraine fear a possible invasion. Omar Sachedina reports from a city near the border.
Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole says he’ll meet with truckers opposed to the federal vaccine mandate. Glen McGregor reports.
Truckers protesting a federal vaccine mandate rolled through Toronto as supporters watch from highway overpasses. Heather Wright reports.
A rising star in taekwondo loses her freedom to participate in tournaments after the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan. Paul Workman reports.
LAPD officer saves a child’s life from choking caught on body cam footage. Bill Fortier reports.
Ontario's top doctor Dr. Kieran Moore says it's time to change some thinking and learn to live with COVID-19.
CTV National News Chief Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa LaFlamme speaks with Jann Arden about her new album and living through COVID-19.
A South Dakota police officer delivered a DoorDash order to a customer, after arresting the delivery driver while an order was in progress.