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Health Canada is expected to authorize the use of Pfizer’s COVID-19 antiviral treatment Paxlovid on Monday, CTV News has confirmed. Pfizer submitted clinical data for the oral medication that can be used to treat mild to moderate cases of COVID-19 in adults, on Dec. 1, 2021.
A winter storm is battering southern Ontario and parts of Quebec Monday, with anywhere from 15 to 50 centimetres of snow expected to fall across the provinces.
From cars buried in snow to ambulances scrambling through barely visible streets, CTVNews.ca has collected images showing the extent of the snowfall across Toronto and parts of Ontario.
A six-year cold case investigation into the betrayal of Anne Frank has identified a surprising suspect in the mystery of how the Nazis found the hiding place of the famous diarist in 1944.
Waste material from used COVID-19 rapid antigen tests are technically considered hazardous. Does this mean it’s OK to throw them in the trash? On CTVNews.ca, experts weigh in on what to do when it comes to disposing of used rapid tests.
Most of Ontario hammered with winter snowstorm
Health Canada to authorize Pfizer antiviral COVID-19 drug
The remains of four victims in Ottawa's deadly explosion have been found, but it may be too risky to recover them. Colton Praill reports.
A man is giving back to the people who saved him by driving healthcare staff members to work. Adam Sawatsky has the details.
A doctor's skills were put to the test when she was called to help deliver a baby on a flight across Africa.
York University prof. Elizabeth Clare discusses a new study where certain animal species can be detected only through airborne DNA.
Adam Sawatsky has the story of a B.C. coin collector who received a priceless surprise after losing her toonies collection.
A Michigan judge is garnering criticism online after shaming a 72-year-old cancer patient for not taking care of his overgrown lawn.
Political pioneer Alexa McDonough died at the age of 77 after a lengthy struggle with Alzheimer's disease.
While excavating, construction crews discovered a little slice of Calgary's past: glass bottles and other items from a site just northeast of the Stampede grounds.