When Britney Spears, who turns 40 this year, speaks to a Los Angeles judge at her own request on Wednesday, she'll do it 13 years into a court-enforced conservatorship that has exercised vast control of her life and money.
Penguin Press announced Sunday that Will Smith will release his memoir called "Will" on Nov. 9. The actor-rapper shared a photo of the book's cover art to more than 54 million of his followers on Instagram.
"The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard," starring Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson and Salma Hayek brought in US$11.6 million domestically to claim the No. 1 spot in its debut.
Iran's sole nuclear power plant has undergone an unexplained temporary emergency shutdown, the country's state TV reported.
Facebook is launching podcasts and live audio streams in the U.S. on Monday to keep users engaged on its platform and to compete with emerging rivals.
Spacewalking astronauts equipped the International Space Station with the first in a series of powerful new solar panels Sunday, overcoming suit problems and other obstacles with muscle and persistence.
Some 5,000 Canadians suffer from sickle cell disease that can leave them in excruciating and paralyzing pain during an attack, and when left untreated, can be deadly. But many patients who seek medical help are instead racially profiled and discriminated against, resulting in poor health care and potentially deadly consequences.
A global action plan on alcohol laid out by the World Health Organization (WHO) has come under fire after some interpreted that the WHO had proposed to ban people of childbearing age from drinking alcohol entirely.
Health Canada is warning that there is a global shortage in euthanasia drugs for animals due to an explosion at a manufacturing plant overseas, but according to the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, pet owners in Canada shouldn’t worry.
Canada will be lifting most international travel restrictions for Canadians, permanent residents, and certain foreign nationals who are fully vaccinated, starting July 5. Eligible travellers will not have to self-isolate but will still have to take COVID-19 tests before and upon arrival in this country.
Parliamentarians are entering what could be their final stretch in the House of Commons before summer break as the Liberal government sharpens its focus on two key pieces of legislation.
An American congressman says he has proposed to the White House to unilaterally reopen the border to Canadians as Ottawa announced another month extension of the restrictions that prohibit non-essential travel.
A rare case of China's fiery national liquor has sold for more than US$1 million, more than five times what experts had estimated it would fetch.
On CTVNews.ca, CTV News' Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid shares her advice for the winner of the Lotto Max draw, the largest prize pool in Canadian lottery history with a projected jackpot of $70 million.
Police are appealing for information on how two original paintings from 17th century European artists ended up in a roadside dumpster in southeast Germany.
Two of Canada's most prominent athletes are part of the ownership group of the National Lacrosse League's new Las Vegas franchise.
Eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt has announced the birth of his twin sons Thunder and Saint Leo.
A sharply limited number of fans will be allowed to attend the Tokyo Olympics, organizers announced Monday as they tried to save some of the spirit of the Games where even cheering has been banned.
With fiscal spending booming and households flush with cash, investors are betting that the Bank of Canada's next tightening cycle, expected to begin in 2022, will result in interest rates climbing above the previous peak for the first time in decades.
High shipping rates, delays and increases in grain costs have sent food prices soaring for restaurants already hurt by pandemic restrictions and closures. Restaurants Canada's James Rilett said restaurants are a low margin industry, so there's not a lot of room to work in additional costs.
Inter Pipeline Ltd. has rejected a revised hostile takeover offer by Brookfield Infrastructure Partners LP that allows shareholders to receive their payment entirely in cash instead of a mix of cash and shares if they want.
Shared e-scooter companies have had some ups and downs since they first rolled into Canada in 2018, But recent wins in Western Canada and impending decisions in several Ontario municipalities could soon provide the opportunities they need to establish themselves in the market.
The United Kingdom, Quebec and California are among the jurisdictions planning to ban the sale of new gas-powered vehicles in 2030 or later.
A federal judge on Friday said he won't allow an Arkansas man arrested after he was photographed sitting at a desk in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office during the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot to travel for a classic-car swap meet.