Canada's food manufacturers are starting to cut capacity and focus on key products as they confront labour shortages and supply chain problems that show no signs of easing.
Canada's main stock index closed down Wednesday along with U.S. stock markets as investors continue to digest the potential for higher interest rates.
Some flights to and from the U.S. were canceled on Wednesday even after AT&T and Verizon scaled back the rollout of high-speed wireless service that could interfere with aircraft technology that measures altitude.
Starbucks is no longer requiring its U.S. workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19, reversing a policy it announced earlier this month.
On Wednesday, Statistics Canada reported that the annual pace of inflation climbed in December at a rate that hasn't been seen in 30 years. CTVNews.ca looked at the consumer items that saw the largest year-over-year increases in prices.
The New York attorney general's office late Tuesday told a court its investigators have uncovered evidence that former U.S. President Donald Trump's company used 'fraudulent or misleading' asset valuations to get loans and tax benefits.
The CEO of Better.com, best known for firing 900 employees over Zoom just before Christmas, is coming back to work.
Tickets for flights aboard Lynx Air went on sale for the first time on Wednesday.
The president of Emirates tells CNN that the airline was not aware of some of the potential 5G rollout issues until yesterday morning, calling the situation 'one of the most delinquent, utterly irresponsible' he has seen in his aviation career.
Fuel marketer and convenience store retailer Parkland Corp. says it has reached a deal to acquire M&M Food Market for $322 million.
Headline inflation in Canada hit a 30-year high at the end of 2021 with warnings from economists that the pace of price increases could rise even higher and stirring expectations of a central bank response before the month is over.
Canadian airlines say flights to the U.S. remain unaffected by the rollout of new 5G wireless technology. Several international airlines cancelled flights to the United States this week over concerns that 5G mobile phone service could interfere with aircraft technology.
B.C. saw a record number of new homes registered for construction in 2021, but data from the Bank of Canada suggests a significant share of them are likely to be purchased by investors.
New population data from Statistics Canada shows that Canadians are continuing to move away from large, urban centres amid the COVID-19 pandemic, opting instead to live in smaller communities located near big cities.
A new report from Scotiabank has found that Ontario, Alberta and Manitoba are the provinces facing the biggest shortages of housing in Canada, as these provinces were the only ones to have fewer homes per capita than the national average.
As Calgary's economy roars back to life, there are strong signs of recovery, and maybe even some sustained growth, in the city's up-and-down real estate market.
Despite a full year of COVID-19 impacts, the number of homes sold in British Columbia broke a record, as did the sales dollar volume.
B.C.'s latest property assessments have been released and it appears, like many detached homes across the Lower Mainland, the most expensive ones increased in value last year.
A new report on housing affordability is calling for a surtax on homes worth more than $1 million as a way to rein in skyrocketing home prices and fund affordable housing projects.
Over the weekend, homeowners learned how their property value had changed in the last year with the release of the latest assessment data. An expert broke down what trends he noticed as the new numbers were revealed.
As workplaces enforce their own vaccine mandates, it remains to be seen just how many wrongful dismissal claims will be launched and whether they will stand up to legal scrutiny. CTVNews.ca speaks to lawyers about what a wrongful dismissal claim could look like.
Grocery stores are struggling with rising labour and product shortages that experts warn could threaten Canada's food security. Gary Sands, senior vice-president of public policy with the Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers, says employee absenteeism due to COVID-19 protocols has hit about 30 per cent across Canada, and rising.
The federal government is extending the deadline for small businesses to pay back their Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) loans to the end of 2023.
Some experts are warning that Quebec's unprecedented plan to tax adult residents who refuse to be vaccinated against COVID-19 could have the greatest impact on those who have 'suffered the most during the pandemic,' such as vulnerable and marginalized groups.
Insurance agencies and employment sector experts say it is probably best to keep a basic record of your diagnosis or assumed infection with COVID-19, just in case you need to make insurance claims down the line.
The head of Canada's largest private-sector union says the refusal by the country's grocers to reinstate 'hero pay' for employees amid an exponential rise in COVID-19 cases is 'about greed, period.'
An intensifying labour shortage is rippling through Canada's economy, forcing businesses to curtail operations, reduce hours and in some cases, euthanize livestock.
From homes, to vehicles, to food -- experts say prices will increase into 2022 as global supply chain issues persist.
The number of bankruptcies and insolvencies in Canada is down year-over-year, but as CTV's chief financial commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid writes in her latest column in CTVNews.ca, that decline might not last for much longer.
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CTV's chief financial commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid says whether it is too late to invest in Bitcoin is one of the questions she is most frequently asked. See her response on CTVNews.ca.
In her column for CTVNews.ca, financial commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid discusses reverse mortgages and how they could be a financial lifeline for those struggling to make ends meet and have a lot of equity tied up in their home.
If you're in your 30s, then it's time for you to have a financial plan and start putting some money aside, writes CTV's chief financial commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid on CTVNews.ca.
November is financial literacy month and CTV's chief financial commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid offers tip on figuring out just how financially fit you are, in her column on CTVNews.ca.
With inflation soaring, some economists are predicting that interest rate increases won't be far behind. CTV's chief financial commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid looks at what that means for your finances in her latest column on CTVNews.ca.
Ontario will allow restaurants to reopen at 50 per cent capacity on Jan. 31 as part of the province's plan to lift restrictions over the next few weeks, sources say.
Canada has enough supply of COVID-19 vaccines to offer booster doses to all who are eligible, though so far just 35 per cent of Canadians have received their third shot, according to the federal health minister.
The remains of the victims of a major explosion and fire at a tanker truck manufacturing facility in Ottawa have been recovered, police said Wednesday.
York Regional police are searching for a man who they say stole an $8,000 guitar from a music store north of Toronto last month by hiding it down his pants.
Homicide investigators say a man has been charged with second-degree murder in connection to the fatal stabbing at Burnaby's Metrotown mall last month.
During his first year in office, U.S. President Joe Biden took action on a number of his key campaign promises, from rebuilding U.S. alliances globally to distributing vaccines across America and the world.
An ex-boyfriend has been arrested and charged with murder in the killing of a 16-year-old girl who was shot 22 times as she walked her dog in southwest Houston, police said Tuesday.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson defied calls to resign in a feisty performance Wednesday in Parliament -- but it may be too little to prevent a push by his Conservative Party's lawmakers to oust him over a series of lockdown-flouting government parties.
In a rebuff to former President Donald Trump, the Supreme Court is allowing the release of presidential documents sought by the congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection.
Afghanistan's capital was turned into a fortress to defend itself against the Taliban, but now it's Taliban fighters that are guarding the soaring concrete walls and layers of armoured barriers — all while a humanitarian crisis of hunger grows in the city.
Ghislaine Maxwell's lawyers are expected on Wednesday to formally request that the British socialite's sex abuse conviction be overturned, due to a juror's possible failure to disclose before the trial that he was sexually abused as a child.
French actor Gaspard Ulliel, known for appearing in Chanel perfume ads as well as film and television roles, died Wednesday after a skiing accident in the Alps, according to his agent's office. He was 37.
Britney Spears' lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, has sent a legal cease-and-desist letter to the singer's younger sister Jamie Lynn Spears regarding her new memoir, 'Things I Should Have Said.'
Jenna Jameson is still struggling with her health, but it turns out she does not have Guillain-Barré Syndrome as previously thought. Her partner posted on social media Tuesday that additional tests show she does not have the disease but is still in poor health.
A Canadian study suggests the antiviral medication remdesivir could have a 'modest but significant effect' on COVID-19 patient outcomes, including decreasing the need for mechanical ventilation by approximately 50 per cent.
A health official who has helped lead central Florida's response to the pandemic has been put on administrative leave as state officials investigate whether he tried to compel employees to get vaccinated for COVID-19 in violation of state law.
Both vaccination and prior infection help protect against new COVID-19 infections, but vaccination protects against hospitalization significantly more than natural immunity from prior infection alone, according to a new study by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is once again condemning mounting aggression from Russia against Ukraine, indicating that Canada fears the situation could dissolve into armed conflict.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is giving no indications of plans to rein in government spending after a critical report by the parliamentary budget officer questioned the Liberals' case to spend tens of billions in planned stimulus
The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted a rise in online child exploitation, sharing of abusive material and livestreamed child sexual abuse, experts and police say.
Archeologists believe the world’s oldest known drinking straws date from 5,000 years ago after re-analyzing long 'sceptres' found in a burial mound in the Caucasus
It was during the holiday break that something awful started happening to many of the thousands of crows that frequent Victoria Park in downtown Charlottetown.