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A southern Alberta fisherman suffered a cracked rib but still managed to land a 77-kilogram sturgeon from the Oldman River.
You may not notice it while driving by, but a billboard on the QEII Highway south of Edmonton was a big hit online Wednesday night.
The pandemic may have postponed typical weddings for the foreseeable future, but we haven’t seen the end of the big, dramatic wedding, according to industry experts.
People with certain personality traits could be having an easier time than others when it comes to working remotely. CTVNews.ca spoke with several experts about who is better suited to working from home.
Another large carnivore has been spotted in Greater Victoria, just a few blocks from where residents have reported bear sightings over the past several days.
In light of the ongoing protests after the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, some people say they want to become anti-racist. Here's how to do that, according to experts.
Mask use was spotty among customers as casinos in Las Vegas and throughout Nevada reopened Thursday for the first time since March.
With their shared equipment and close quarters, gyms could potentially be a hotspot for COVID-19. CTVNews.ca spoke to a number of gyms trying to make workouts safe.
Dozens of protesters spent the night in a stranger's Washington, D.C., home after he opened his door to protect them from being arrested for violating the city's curfew.