CTVNews.ca looks back at the life of Brian Mulroney, who served as Canada's 18th prime minister from 1983 to 1993 and oversaw some of the most impactful economic and cultural turning points in the country's history.
The Royal Ontario Museum announced Wednesday that it plans to undertake a “sweeping architectural transformation” of its main floor as part of a three-year construction project that will begin early this year.
The latest in a series of wet winter storms gained strength in California early Monday, with forecasters warning of possible flooding, hail, strong winds and even brief tornadoes as the system moves south over the next few days.
From criticizing the Kremlin in online blogs to protesting in the streets of Moscow and running against Vladimir Putin, here's a look back at activist Alexei Navanly's life and fight against corruption.
An unknown number of sacred statues were stolen from Nepal and smuggled abroad, but now dozens are being repatriated to the Himalayan nation, part of a growing global effort to return such items to countries in Asia, Africa and elsewhere.
Indonesia, the world's third-largest democracy, will open its polls on Wednesday, Feb. 14, to nearly 205 million eligible voters in presidential and legislative elections. Workers have been using motorbikes, horses and boats to distribute the ballot boxes to remote areas.
While superstar Taylor Swift and NFLer Travis Kelce's romance is the talk of the town, some think that Swift is a distraction for Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs, while others think she's his good luck charm.