Canadian researchers are investigating the authenticity of a message in a bottle allegedly thrown from the Titanic two days before it sank.
China landed a spacecraft on Mars for the first time on Saturday, a technically challenging feat more difficult than a moon landing, in the latest step forward for its ambitious goals in space.
After last week’s ransomware attack on the U.S. Colonial Pipeline, a cybersecurity expert shares different ways Canadians can protect themselves from ransomware attacks and cyber hygiene techniques to secure their information.
California's Vandenberg Air Force Base will be renamed as a U.S. Space Force Base on Friday.
Canadians living in the southeastern part of the country and parts of the Maritimes may be treated to a brief, but colourful light show on Saturday if the launch of NASA’s sounding rocket goes ahead as planned.
A new study by a joint Japan-U.S. team of researchers has found a new molecular pattern and analysis technique that may help upcoming space exploration missions identify extraterrestrial life.
Researchers at Heidelberg University in Germany have found evidence of particles from solar winds that were encased within the Earth's core over 4.5 billion years ago.
Russia is racing to become the first nation to shoot a movie in space, after it announced plans to send an actress and a director to the International Space Station (ISS) -- 402 kilometres above earth -- in October.
A recently published study suggests that one of the world's most common pesticides may be contributing to the decline of one of its most-loved butterflies, the monarch.
Salmon-farming company Cermaq wants to dump pesticides in Clayoquot Sound, off the west coast of B.C. But conservationists and tour operators say this could adversely affect the local whale population.
Big trees, small trees, dead trees, softwoods and hardwoods have all become valuable targets of tree poachers in British Columbia as timber prices hit record levels.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken left Sunday for a trip focused on the future of the Arctic, a source of growing tension with China and a test of the strained U.S. relationship with Russia ahead of an expected Biden-Putin summit meeting.
For Conservative MP Ron Liepert, a veteran of Alberta politics, it's obvious the party needs more wins in Ontario to form government and felt it was time to shed its anti-carbon price stance.
Environmental groups and scientists with two universities want U.S. wildlife managers to consider reintroducing jaguars to the American Southwest.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has partnered with Granby Zoo and others this week to purchase properties near Montreal they say is essential to protect the endangered spiny softshell turtle.
Kazakhstan said Friday that around 350 critically endangered Saiga antelopes had been killed, probably by lightning, after villagers found their bodies in steppe land in the west of the country.
A 28-year-old man is dead, and three other men are in hospital after a shooting in Etobicoke Sunday afternoon.
A report released last week looks at the actual monetary cost of Canada's theft and commodification of Indigenous lands, as well as the ways that Canada perpetuates poverty for Indigenous people through policies and court decisions.
Premier Doug Ford says Ontario summer camps are 'opening up this year.'
Families and advocates are calling on the Ontario government to loosen the rules around visits to long-term care residents now that most are fully vaccinated against the virus that killed thousands in nursing homes earlier in the pandemic.
Quebec's police watchdog is investigating the deaths of two people found inside a home following a standoff on the Listuguj First Nation.
Israeli warplanes unleashed a new series of heavy airstrikes at several locations of Gaza City early Monday, hours after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signaled the fourth war with Gaza's Hamas rulers would rage on.
A smoky wildfire churning through a Los Angeles canyon community gained strength Sunday as about a thousand residents remained under evacuation orders while others were warned they should get ready to leave, authorities said.
A league of Muslim nations on Sunday demanded that Israel halt attacks killing Palestinian civilians amid heavy fighting between it and Hamas in the Gaza Strip, even as fissures between countries over their recognition of Israel emerged.
Police are reaching out to villagers in northern India to investigate the recovery of bodies buried in shallow sand graves or washing up on the Ganges River banks, prompting speculation on social media that they were the remains of COVID-19 victims.
A severe cyclone is roaring in the Arabian Sea off southwestern India with winds of up to 140 kph, already causing heavy rains and flooding that have killed at least six people, officials said Sunday.
Israeli medics said at least two people were killed and more than 150 injured after a bleacher collapsed at an uncompleted West Bank synagogue on Sunday, the eve of a major Jewish holiday.
A few days after Alberta Health Services said a drive in movie activity could not take place on the Tsuut'ina Nation, that nation's chief and council say it will go ahead and it will be safe for spectators.
The kitschy glamour of Eurovision is back, with the Dutch hosting a scaled-down, coronavirus-safe version this week after the song contest was cancelled last year.
Janet Jackson's ensembles she wore in the 'Scream' music video opposite of her brother Michael Jackson are among the items up for bid in a three-day auction.
When a time-sensitive issue like VITT arises, there are multiple ways urgent updates make their way to physicians, nurses and ER staff, note several experts who say the public can feel confident the health system has kept pace with new discoveries.
Indigenous patients had higher rates of deadly surgical complications and were less likely to undergo life-saving procedures, such as cardiac surgery and caesarean births, according to a new, Indigenous-expert-led study.
Dementia and Alzheimer's disease were the most common comorbidities associated with all of the COVID-19 deaths reported in 2020, according to a new report from Statistics Canada.
CTV News has learned that since March, the military has been aware of a sexual misconduct claim against Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin, who stepped down from his role overseeing the vaccine rollout two days ago.
It could be weeks before Health Canada is able to say for sure whether the first delivery of 300,000 Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine doses can be used due to the ongoing quality control review, according to the agency's chief medical adviser.
The federal Liberal government is facing growing calls for answers on why the military general who was overseeing Canada's COVID-19 vaccination campaign has been sidelined, as well as who will be replacing him.
Board members at Microsoft Corp. made a decision in 2020 that it wasn't appropriate for its co-founder Bill Gates to continue sitting on its board as they investigated the billionaire's prior romantic relationship with a female Microsoft employee that was deemed inappropriate, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
As U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai prepares to meet her Canadian and Mexican counterparts on Monday to review progress in the new North American trade agreement, she is under pressure from home builders and lawmakers to cut U.S. tariffs on Canadian lumber.
Greyhound Canada is permanently cutting all bus routes across the country, shutting down the intercity bus carrier's operations in Canada after nearly a century of service.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission warned Americans Wednesday not to fill plastic bags with gasoline as a fuel shortage strikes the East Coast.
Ford says it is starting to send out over-the-internet software updates to some of its newer models as it moves to offer technology to match electric car maker Tesla.
Musicians Amai Kuda of 'Amai Kuda et Les Bois' and her son say the pandemic has allowed them space to reconnect with their African-Indigenous roots in a new album.
Disability advocates has criticized some provinces for not initially prioritizing people with disabilities in their vaccine rollout.
The Toronto Raptors' season, a campaign spent thousands of kilometres from home and thwarted by COVID-19, came to an end - finally - with a 125-113 loss to Indiana on Sunday.
Ben Wallace, Jay Wright, Chris Bosh and Chris Webber were among the 16 names announced as this year's Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame enshrinement class.
Tyson Fury has announced he will take on Anthony Joshua on Aug. 14 in Saudi Arabia in an all-British fight to determine the undisputed world heavyweight champion.