While Connor McDavid, Auston Matthews and Nathan MacKinnon will not get the chance to play in their first Olympics, the men's hockey tournament in Beijing could be a showcase for the next generation of talent.
The Tampa Bay Rays' proposed plan to split the season between Florida and Montreal has been rejected by Major League Baseball.
The Vancouver Whitecaps have dealt Canadian goalkeeper Maxime Crepeau to Los Angeles FC for US$1 million in general allocation money.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers' all-star quarterback will be staying put for another year with the blue and gold.
The 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing is a dream come true for one Winnipeg athlete who will be making his Olympic debut.
The final few weeks ahead of an Olympics are crucial for fine tuning. But the recent crush of COVID-19, amid an Omicron variant that spreads like a grass fire, has forced numerous Canadian athletes into isolation
The potential for an unprecedented Canadian curling double was certainly there ahead of the Beijing Games. A Curling Canada rule that has been in place since mixed doubles was added to the Olympic program again prevented it from happening.
Stephanie Labbe, whose safe hands helped Canada to Olympic women's soccer gold in Tokyo last summer, has announced her retirement.
Vancouver's stop on the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series is being delayed two months due to the pandemic.
Locked out baseball players plan to make a counteroffer to management on Monday, 11 days after clubs gave the union a proposal when the snail-paced negotiations resumed following a 42-day break.
A Florida man has been charged with human smuggling after the bodies of four people, including a baby, were found in Manitoba near the Canada-U.S. border.
A new poll has found that nearly 60 per cent of Canadians are having a hard time providing enough food for their families.
A British Columbia Indigenous leader says the signing of a joint federal, provincial and First Nations agreement is a critical step towards addressing the overrepresentation of Indigenous people in Canada's justice system.
Canada Post employees who showed up to work wearing an N95 mask were being told to switch to company-issued masks or risk being sent home. Now, the postal service says it would be seeking clarification from the federal government on mask guidance.
Ontario announced it will allow indoor dining and gyms to reopen and will increase gathering limits on Jan. 31 as part of a three-step plan to ease COVID-19 restrictions in the province.
WARNING: This story contains graphic details of abuse of minors and may be triggering to some readers. New details are emerging around alleged abuse by Calgary teacher Michael Gregory as 20 more former students filed court documents this week saying he used his position of power to mentally torment and sexually abuse them.
As he starts his second term as UN secretary-general, Antonio Guterres said Thursday the world is worse in many ways than it was five years ago because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the climate crisis and geopolitical tensions that have sparked conflicts everywhere -- but unlike U.S. President Joe Biden he thinks Russia will not invade Ukraine.
Silvio Berlusconi, the billionaire media mogul and three times Italian premier who entered politics nearly 30 years ago with his Forza Italia party, is maneuvering to add Italy's presidency to his resume.
The largest anti-abortion rally in the U.S. returns Friday with thousands of expected protesters in Washington who feel within reach of their goal for the last 49 years: a sweeping rollback of abortion rights.
A jury was picked Thursday for the federal trial of three Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's killing, with the judge stressing repeatedly that fellow Officer Derek Chauvin's conviction on state murder charges and guilty plea to a federal civil rights violation should not influence the proceedings.
The U.S. Treasury Department levied new sanctions Thursday against four Ukrainian officials, including two current members of parliament who administration officials say are part of a Russian influence effort to set the pretext for further invasion of Ukraine.
Russia on Thursday announced sweeping naval drills in several parts of the world this month, and claimed the West is plotting 'provocations' in neighbouring Ukraine where the Kremlin has been accused of planning aggressive military action.
Singer Adele has announced the postponement of her Las Vegas residency, one day before it was set to kick off, saying COVID-19 has rendered it impossible to move forward.
'Sanford and Son' debuted 50 years ago this month on television. It opened the door for other Black family shows to move into the virtually all-white TV neighbourhood.
If you think you know who Jeff Daniels is, think again. You might be thinking of the Hollywood actor -- but there's now a tarantula-killing worm with a very similar name.
A Manitoba man is sharing the challenges he is facing with cataracts, and says he is desperate to have the surgery, noting he has only 10 per cent of his vision left.
Millions of people died from antibiotic-resistant infections worldwide in 2019, a new report says, more than the annual death toll from malaria or AIDS.
According to a paper that looked at three incidents involving children falling from or being struck by a mechanical bull, described in the journal BMJ Case Reports, the bouncy beasts can pose an avoidable risk to young children.
Russia's Ambassador to Canada Oleg Stepanov says the threat of Western sanctions in response to a military buildup along the Ukraine border carries no weight.
The pending takeover of a Canadian lithium mining company by a Chinese state-owned company raises no national security concerns, federal Liberals argued Thursday.
Conflicting messaging from federal officials in the days leading up to the implementation of Canada's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for truckers left transport companies scrambling to recall drivers, and as a result some have had to quarantine, according to one industry group.
A Pakistani court sentenced a Muslim woman to death after finding her guilty of blasphemy for insulting Islam's Prophet Muhammad in text messages she sent to a friend, an official said Thursday.
Twitter on Thursday began rolling out a feature that will let some users set NFTs that they own as their profile picture to signal their investment in the emerging digital art space. The move makes Twitter one of the best-known tech platforms so far to launch a feature for the flashy NFT trend.
The Canadian Centre for Cyber Security issued a bulletin warning operators of critical infrastructure in Canada to be aware and take steps to mitigate Russian-backed cyber threat activity.
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.
Shares were lower in Asia on Friday after a late afternoon sell-off wiped out gains for stocks on Wall Street.
A Manitoba coffee company is making its way to Hollywood for a handful of award shows including the Oscars.
Ford is recalling about 200,000 cars in the U.S. to fix a problem that can stop the brake lights from turning off.
California prosecutors have filed two counts of vehicular manslaughter against the driver of a Tesla on Autopilot who ran a red light, slammed into another car and killed two people in 2019.
Tatiana Calderon will drive for AJ Foyt Racing this season as the first woman to compete regularly in the IndyCar Series since 2013.
The Royal Family has a job vacancy for a minimum wage part-time housekeeping assistant at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Queen’s official residence in Edinburgh, Scotland.
A rookie cop attended a different type of emergency Monday after running toward the sound of screaming in a parking lot.
As inflation increases to levels not seen in decades, experts are advising Canadians to take advantage of coupons, points programs and purchase affordable alternatives where possible to help mitigate the financial strain caused by rising prices.