This week, TV pop culture critic Richard Crouse reviews new movies: 'The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild,' 'One Shot,' and 'Two Deaths of Henry Baker.'
Drake and Migos producer Murda Beatz is selling off publishing rights to hundreds of his songs to an upstart Canadian music investment fund.
Evangeline Lilly said she attended a rally against vaccine mandates in Washington, DC, last weekend -- the same event where Robert F. Kennedy Jr. invoked Nazi Germany and Anne Frank in a speech.
Humans have long made playlists to express their love towards a potential partner, and new research suggests song sparrows not only do the same, but can rotate the order.
Toyota is working with Japan's space agency on a vehicle to explore the lunar surface, with ambitions to help people live on the moon by 2040 and then go live on Mars, company officials said Friday.
China said it will strengthen its governance in space over the next five years to better protect its assets and interests, including the study of plans to build a near-earth object defense system and cooperation with other nations.
More than three million cases of COVID-19 have been documented since the start of the pandemic, according to CTVNews.ca’s case tracker, with at least a million of those cases occurring in the past month.
Fewer milk donations from breastfeeding parents are causing a shortage in some parts of Canada, according to a milk bank that supplies several provinces across Canada.
The National Advisory Committee on Immunization is now recommending teenagers with underlying conditions or at high risk of COVID-19 exposure get a booster shot.
As the sun set in Ottawa on Friday constant honks from truck horns could still be heard through the downtown core, as hundreds of convoy participants began gathering around Parliament Hill in what's set to be a 'unique, fluid, risky, and significant' protest, according to city officials.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he's isolating because one of his kids tested positive for COVID-19. In an interview with The Canadian Press, he says he feels fine and has no symptoms.
As the convoy of truckers and their supporters descends on Ottawa for what's set to be a weekend of protests and potentially prolonged gridlock, what is the group looking to accomplish?
U.S. President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden have finally added the long-promised cat to their pet family.
Chinese are travelling to their hometowns for the Lunar New Year, the country's biggest family holiday, despite a government plea to stay where they are as Beijing tries to contain coronavirus outbreaks.
Beef produced at a small Michigan farm was found to contain toxic 'forever chemicals' after the cattle were fed crops grown with fertilizer made from contaminated wastewater biosolids, state officials said Friday.
Five members of Team Canada's delegation in Beijing for the 2022 Winter Olympics are currently in COVID-19 protocol, the Canadian Olympic Committee said Friday.
Five-time Olympic gold medallist Charles Hamelin is back to compete in his fifth and final Winter Olympic Games as part of a 215-athlete delegation Canada is sending to Beijing.
Robert Wickens, the Guelph IndyCar driver who was left partially paralyzed after a crash at the Pocono Raceway in 2018, is racing in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Cup championship this weekend.
In light of the tensions in Ukraine, CTVNews.ca has analyzed the most recent data from the International Trade Centre to provide a snapshot of where Canada's trade relations with Russia stand.
The Bank of Canada's decision to delay a rate hike for five more weeks will add fuel to Canada's scorching housing market as buyers scramble to clinch deals before borrowing costs rise, realtors said.
Gas prices are expected to reach record highs in parts of the country this weekend, as supply constraints impact the cost of crude.
Kia is recalling more than 410,000 vehicles in the U.S. to fix a problem that can stop the air bags from inflating in a crash.
Two dozen people are facing more than 300 charges combined in connection with an investigation into what police are calling a “prolific auto theft ring” in the Greater Toronto Area.
Electric vehicles grabbed a much bigger share of the global car market last year as sales more than doubled despite turbulent economic conditions and a severe shortage of computer chips.