New probe after second violent arrest video involving Quebec City police goes viral
The new probe involves the violent arrest of a white male that occurred Friday evening outside a restaurant in the city's Ste-Foy district.
7 m
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
10 local businesses partner to release Edmonton Holiday Gift Book
"The Edmonton Holiday Gift Book offers that opportunity to back small business on a broad scale during uncertain times."
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Halifax hockey association bars teams from playing in P.E.I. after alleged racist act
A minor hockey association in Halifax is alleging one of its players was the victim of a racist act during a recent tournament in P.E.I.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
This Just In: Charlotte Tilbury Limitless Lucky Lips, Dollar Shave Club starter set and Kérastase Chronologiste Serum Universel 
We tried it ...
Vancouver News, Top Stories, Breaking...
In Lights, an East Coast mother and son face Alzheimer's and isolation
Adam Grant Warren, who wrote Lights, also stars as the only son, Evan, along with Susinn McFarlen as the mom, Nancy, and Leslie Dos Remedios. Roy Surette directs.
Vancouver News, Top Stories, Breaking...
B.C.: 15 bestselling books for the week of Nov. 27
Compiled by the Association of Book Publishers of B.C.
Vancouver News, Top Stories, Breaking...
International: 30 bestselling books for the week of Nov. 27
Compiled by Bookmanager using weekly sales statistics from over 250 Canadian independent book stores. 
Vancouver News, Top Stories, Breaking...
American man arrested for luring, grooming child in Surrey, B.C. using social media
An American man has been arrested in California, accused of grooming a teen in Surrey, B.C., for sexual purposes, using social media.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Filmmaker’s doubts help clear man convicted of author Alice Sebold’s rape
Author Alice Sebold wrote about the rape in her memoir 'Lucky,' which helped launch her writing career and sold more than one million copies.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
South African data suggests Omicron gets around some, not all immunity
The Omicron variant appears able to get around some immunity but vaccines should still offer protection against severe disease, according to the latest data from South Africa.
CTV News | Top Stories - Breaking News -...
Many Saskatchewan farmers unable to fill grain contracts: industry survey
The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan says more than 200 producers responded to its survey, highlighting the significant impact drought had on the industry.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
How is the Omicron variant different and why are scientists so concerned?
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.
CTV News | Top Stories - Breaking News -...
November was wettest month on record for Abbotsford
The city, which saw catastrophic flooding from a series of rainstorms, saw more than double the average amount of rain last month.
Vancouver News, Top Stories, Breaking...
N.S. disabilities group pushes to convert major legal win into improved housing, care
A disabilities group in Nova Scotia is pushing to convert a landmark court victory into funding for improvements to housing and care.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Montreal Mafia case: Viau robbed us of chance to mourn, Falduto family says
"Not only did she take them from us, she did not have enough of a heart to leave us their bodies," relatives of Vincenzo and Giuseppe Falduto said in a statement as sentencing arguments for Marie-Josée Viau began.
Montreal Latest News, Breaking Headlines...
Mason McTavish invited to Team Canada world junior selection camp
Mason McTavish, who started this hockey season with the NHL's Anaheim Ducks, will attend the selection camp from Dec. 9-13.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
$50K for Western Development Museum to expand virtual programming
Government officials say the Western Development Museum will receive $50,000 to support virtual programming and booking system expansion.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Big White issues apology after being accused of prioritizing profits over people
“I have watched the flooding, and the crisis which has unfolded, closely, and share in the grief of those affected," said Michael Ballingall.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
CHEO suspends virtual ER service as in-person demand picks up
CHEO is pressing pause on its virtual emergency department launched at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic as in-person care demand ramps up at the Ottawa children's hospital.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Canada needs to increase spending to fix First Nations’ boil water advisories, PBO says
Yves Giroux's report this morning says the government has set aside enough money to build water and wastewater systems over the next five years.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Michigan school shooting: 4th student dies as motive remains unclear
Eight people were wounded in the shooting on Tuesday, some critically, including a 14-year-old girl who was placed on a ventilator after surgery.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Dumping day: Lobster fishing season opens in southwestern Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia's fall lobster fishing season opened early Wednesday in the two most lucrative fishing areas in Canada.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Drunk driver who killed family of 4 in crash outside Saskatoon denied full parole
Catherine McKay, who is 54, will remain on day parole for at least six months.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Alberta extends freeze on new photo radar locations, aims to reduce ‘cash cow’ factor
Transportation Minister Rajan Sawhney says the freeze on municipalities adding new photo radar will continue until next Dec. 1.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Canada-U.S. talks over Enbridge Line 5 dispute to start soon, feds say
Last month Canada invoked a 1977 treaty with the United States to trigger negotiations over Enbridge Inc's Line 5, which Michigan wants to shut down on environmental grounds.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Highway 97 closed near Kaleden following crash involving diesel tanker
Highway 97 will be closed in both directions for an extended period of time on Wednesday while police investigate and road crews clean up the incident.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Overnight winds knock out power, fell trees in areas of southern Alberta
Pictures show the effect of high overnight winds that damaged trees, felled power lines and even pushed over semi-trucks in communities in southern Alberta.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
New Alberta rules hope to address issue of abandoned oil and gas wells
The new rules will require the energy industry to spend $422 million next year and slightly more in 2023 on cleanup and remediation.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Alberta health minister to provide update on COVID-19 vaccine rollout Wednesday
Alberta Health Minister Jason Copping is set to provide an update on COVID-19 and the province's vaccine rollout on Wednesday afternoon. 
1 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Boosters or global vaccine sharing? Canada can do both amid Omicron: experts
Canada can't forget to continue sharing COVID-19 vaccines with the world as it continues to administer third doses among its population, experts say.
1 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Police dog helps Manitoba RCMP track down sawed-off shotgun
Officers were called to the First Nation around 9:15 p.m. Friday after a report of an armed man outside a business, who had allegedly pointed a sawed-off rifle at another person.
1 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Hundreds of Quebec daycares closed by general strike as contract talks stall
While Quebec is offering a salary increase of about 20 per cent over three years for educators, support staff were offered raises of up to nine per cent over three years.
1 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
No start date yet for airport COVID-19 testing of travellers arriving in Canada
Federal officials have not yet decided when the new on-arrival COVID-19 testing requirements for all air travellers coming from outside of Canada will come into effect, or whether the policy will be expanded to include those coming in from the United States.
1 h
CTV News | Top Stories - Breaking News -...
Don Martin: Ready. Fire. Aim. How the feds are targeting Omicron.
In Florida, to enter a hardware store wearing a mask means you will be immediately identified as a staffer and asked for directions to the plumbing department. To wear one indoors in a restaurant means you’re a Biden-loving Democrat or a Canadian, writes Don Martin in an exclusive column for CTVNews.ca.
1 h
CTV News | Top Stories - Breaking News -...
Coroner dismayed no one told Legault of COVID-19 threat until things 'blew up'
Géhane Kamel told the CHSLD inquiry she was worried by the fact that the Quebec premier was not informed about "the type of hemorrhage" that was occurring until around March 9, 2020.
1 h
Montreal Latest News, Breaking Headlines...
Epstein accuser tells Ghislaine Maxwell trial he introduced her to Trump
The woman, known by the pseudonym Jane, is the first of four expected to testify that Ghislaine Maxwell "groomed" them for abuse by Jeffrey Epstein when they were teenagers.
1 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Arrest made in assault that saw Winnipeg teen pushed into oncoming semi
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with a scary Nov. 8 incident on Ness Avenue, when another teen was pushed into the path of an oncoming semi.
1 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...