Alberta Justice Minister Kaycee Madu called Edmonton's police chief to discuss a distracted-driving ticket he received in 2021, the Edmonton Police Service confirmed to CTV News.
Chinese officials have alleged that Beijing's first case of the Omicron variant may have travelled to the city through a piece of mail from Canada, but experts tell CTV News that the claim doesn't add up.
Alberta Health Minister Jason Copping has tested positive for COVID-19 and is now isolating.
An organization representing First Nations in northwestern Ontario is calling on the federal and provincial governments to provide better fire prevention and protection funding in Indigenous communities after three children died in a house fire.
Garden River First Nation has secured funding from the federal and provincial governments to help with the search for unmarked graves at former residential school sites near Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.
Sarnia police are calling it a 'scary moment' after a woman was pulled from the back of a garbage truck uninjured.
More than 1,500 travellers refused to comply with wearing a face mask during their flight and hundreds of letters of non-compliance were issued in 2021 as a result, according to updated data released by Transport Canada.
A dozen people were taken to hospital to treat minor injuries after three pileups involving almost 75 vehicles shut down highways south of Montreal Monday as parts of Quebec are hammered by a major snowstorm.
The University Hospital Centre (CHU) of Quebec said Monday that a four-year-old girl had died "due to circumstances related to COVID-19."
Ontario’s chief medical officer of health is sounding a tone of optimism nearly two weeks after the province instituted a modified lockdown to slow the spread of the Omicron variant.
Nova Scotia has expanded eligibility for COVID-19 booster doses to include anyone 18 years of age and older.
Jewish community leaders are advising Canadian synagogues to increase their level of vigilance in case of a "copycat" attack following a hostage taking at a Texas synagogue this weekend.
It's been several years since St. Anthony's Church on Dominion Street in Glace Bay closed its doors to the public, and since that time the vacant facility has attracted hundreds of birds, both inside and out.
Before he was known as Barto Built, sharing his backcountry 4x4 adventures on YouTube, Bart Sutherland was known as a 'rock-crawler,' driving his truck over seemingly insurmountable obstacles.
Ottawa paramedics say the driver declined treatment after being rescued from the Rideau River after a car crashed through the ice.
After a fire destroyed most of the pictures showing her children’s past, Mandy Lamarche discovered she could recall their priceless moments together through coin collecting. When her collection was stolen, her son
A 30-year-old Ontario woman whose cancer surgery was postponed multiple times because of COVID-19 has secured a new date for her procedure.
Like all epic stories, this one starts quite simply, beginning with the delivery of a blender in a box.
Adanech Sahilie was shocked when her six-year-old son knocked on the Calgary family's front door Wednesday morning.
After about 30 years of playing the lottery and dreaming of a winning ticket, the day finally came for a father in Brampton, Ont. who is now $70-million richer.
The daughters of a Collingwood man who was found dead in an apartment late last week in what police have deemed a homicide say they are struggling to come to terms with their loss.
A relentless snowstorm forced the City of Barrie to declare a significant weather event on Monday, as school boards made the rare decision to close, and driving became treacherous.
A global challenge to raise funds for animals on Betty White's 100th birthday is far-reaching, having significant impacts in Simcoe Muskoka.
Alberta reported 23 COVID-19 deaths since Friday, including that of a child in the 5-9 age group with no pre-existing conditions. A total of 3,403 Albertans have died due to COVID-19.
Alberta Health Minister Jason Copping has tested positive for COVID-19 and is now isolating.
Waterloo region is digging out of its worst winter storm in years after more than 25 centimetres of snow fell Monday.
Local waste collection has been cancelled for the remainder of Monday due to heavy snow and icy road conditions across Waterloo Region.
The Region of Waterloo reported two new deaths related to COVID-19 on Monday, along with 30 more hospitalizations.
Is the role of city councillor part-time? Full-time? Or something unique?
'All hands on deck': parts and people could be in short supply for snow-clearing operations in the midst of the pandemic
Ontario Provincial Police are investigating after a man was found unresponsive inside a vehicle in Norfolk County.
Actor Betty White would have turned 100 on Monday. Even though she has passed away, her legacy lives on with the Betty White Challenge, where people are encouraged to donate to local animal groups.
There is no science associated with Blue Monday but it’s that time of year where people are struggling to get through the short and cold days of winter.
Hospitalizations related to COVID-19 rose in northeastern Ontario on Monday, passing 100 for the first time. Officials in Sudbury, Timmins and North Bay also each reported one new death.
The city of Ottawa has issued a 24-hour parking ban between 7 p.m. Monday and 7 p.m. Tuesday, and there will be no garbage, recycling and green bin pickup on Monday due to the snow.
There was more snow in Ottawa in a single hour Monday morning than had ever fallen on any Jan. 17 in the city's history.
Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) announced plans to build Canada’s largest renewable diesel facility, along with a Canola Processing Plant, in Regina.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe's approval rating rose two points but remains below 50 per cent, according to the latest polling data from the Angus Reid Institute.
A Regina mother is continuing her plea for information about the whereabouts of her seven-year-old daughter, who she said is being withheld from her by her ex-husband.
There is still a possibility of more flurries in Toronto as residents start the lengthy cleanup process following Monday’s massive snowstorm.
Toronto Mayor John Tory is declaring a 'major snow storm condition' to remove the snow left behind by a blizzard Monday morning that forced the closure of schools and major roadways across the city.
As Toronto navigates significant snowfall, highway closures and hazardous travel conditions, many are wondering when they can expect to see their local roads plowed.
Windsor city council has approved a proposed location on Goyeau Street for a supervised consumption and treatment site in the city’s downtown.
St. Clair College is delaying its return to in-person instruction for an additional week.
Many Windsor parents were expressing relief on Monday as their kids headed back into schools.
Manitoba will be getting 1,100 doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 antiviral treatment called Paxlovid.
The hospitalization count continues to climb in Manitoba as there are now more than 600 people requiring care due to COVID-19.
Two men are facing charges following what Winnipeg police are calling an "unprovoked assault with a knife" outside a washroom at The Forks over the weekend.
Health Canada has authorized the use of Pfizer's COVID-19 antiviral treatment Paxlovid, the first oral and at-home prescription medication to be cleared for use in this country.
The federal government plans to spend $35 million over the next three years to boost settlement services for newcomers, who for the most part reside in small towns and rural communities.
The federal government is unlikely to challenge Quebec's controversial proposal to apply a tax on the unvaccinated in the province, says former premier Jean Charest.
Former federal NDP leader Alexa McDonough, a political trailblazer who paved the way for women in politics, died Saturday in Halifax at the age of 77.
Canada can and should be more engaged in de-escalation efforts at the Ukraine border where Russia is amassing troops but must focus on its diplomatic strengths, says national security experts.
The Canadian government is urging its citizens to avoid non-essential travel to Ukraine, in a new advisory citing 'Russian aggression.'
A six-year cold case investigation into the betrayal of Anne Frank has identified a surprising suspect in the mystery of how the Nazis found the hiding place of the famous diarist in 1944.
Ghislaine Maxwell will no longer fight to keep the names of eight 'John Does' secret and will leave it to the court to decide whether the names should be unsealed, according to a Jan. 12 letter to federal Judge Loretta Preska of the Southern District of New York.
A dangerous winter storm brought significant snowfall, strong thunderstorms and blustery winds to the northeastern U.S. on a holiday Monday.
A rabbi who was among four Jewish congregants taken captive at a Dallas-area synagogue said on Monday that he and others managed to escape after he threw a chair at the hostage-taker and then rushed for an exit door.
North Korea said Tuesday it had conducted a test-firing of 'tactical guided missiles,' a day after South Korea's military detected the North launching two ballistic missiles into the sea.
Sudanese security forces opened fire on protesters Monday, killing at least seven people and wounding around 100 others in the country's capital in one of the deadliest days since an October military coup, activists said.
Hospital emergency rooms in Alberta are likely to assess complaints from First Nations people as less urgent than those from other patients, even when their problems are the same, says a new study that looked at millions of such visits.
The community of Pangnirtung, Nunavut is fighting the latest wave of COVID-19 as well as a tuberculosis outbreak.
A three-week-old infant in Qatar has died from a "severe" case of COVID-19, the country’s Ministry of Public Health announced in a statement published on Twitter.
'America's Funniest Home Videos,' one of the shows that solidified Bob Saget as a fixture in the living rooms of many, is paying tribute to its former host on Sunday.
Alekos Fassianos, one of the most important modern Greek painters, died Sunday at his home after a long illness, the state news agency ANA reported. He was 86.
Scientists studying a meteorite that landed next to a British Columbia woman's head last year say it was diverted to that path about 470 million years ago.
In the search for life beyond Earth, NASA's Curiosity rover has been on a nearly decade-long mission to determine if Mars was ever habitable for living organisms.
Automakers have been installing increasingly high-tech features and infotainment systems in vehicles, but that doesn't mean they're becoming safer. Given the lack of regulatory oversight into the issue, safety advocates are working to raise regulatory and consumer awareness about the risks of increasingly complex vehicle controls.
Canada's central bank says businesses and consumers are increasingly convinced that the pace of price increases will continue for the foreseeable future.
As the pandemic stretches inexorably on, experts say the never-ending demands on business leaders are pushing some to the brink of burnout.
The family of an Amazon.com delivery truck driver in Illinois who died in December when a warehouse was destroyed by a swarm of tornadoes that killed six people there, filed a lawsuit against the online retailer on Monday over his death.
Tatiana Calderon will drive for AJ Foyt Racing this season as the first woman to compete regularly in the IndyCar Series since 2013.
At the age of 19, teenage pilot Zara Rutherford is set to land her single-seater Shark sport aircraft in Kortrijk, Belgium, on Monday, more than 150 days after setting out to become the youngest woman to circumnavigate the world solo.
Last month, a Qatar Airways jet landed with an extra passenger on board — a baby who was delivered by a Canadian doctor mid-flight.
A 555.55-carat black diamond -- believed to have come from outer space -- was shown off on Monday to journalists as part of a tour in Dubai and Los Angeles before it is due to be auctioned off in February in London.
Novak Djokovic arrived in his native Serbia on Monday after being deported from Australia because he was not vaccinated against COVID-19, ending his hopes of defending his Australian Open title.
Olympic champion Ted-Jan Bloemen and world champion Laurent Dubreuil lead a Canadian long-track speedskating team chosen without trials into Beijing's Winter Olympics next month.
Former NBA great Yao Ming said Monday he and others had a pleasant talk when they met last month with Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai, whose disappearance after making a sexual assault allegation against a former government official raised international concern.