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Candidates are making their final appeals to voters today ahead of tomorrow's federal election. The three main party leaders have packed schedules as they try to reach as much of the electorate as possible.
As the federal party leaders make their final push to Canadian voters, new polling data suggests that the Liberals and the Conservatives are in dead heat.
On CTVNews.ca: A transcript of an interview with Diane Benson, spokesperson at Elections Canada, who answered questions on reduced polling stations, how students can vote, and other challenges facing voters in a pandemic election.
Canadian snowbirds are watching to see if the United States finally eases the travel restrictions preventing them from driving south for the winter but some are flying in and planning on getting a COVID-19 booster shot as soon as they get there, said one Toronto travel insurance broker.
Female employees in the Kabul city government have been told to stay home, with work only allowed for those who cannot be replaced by men, the interim mayor of Afghanistan's capital said Sunday, detailing the latest restrictions on women by the new Taliban rulers.
Justin Trudeau reached out to progressives in Ontario ridings crucial to potential Liberal seat gains. Glen McGregor explains.
The first all-civilian space crew to orbit the earth, safely splashed down off the coast of Florida in the Atlantic Ocean.
Norman, a dog who has been credited in saving the lives of at least 16 dogs with emergency blood donations, is now in need of help himself.
A new study from the University of Guelph suggests that the vast majority of Canadian kids are consuming too much sugar.
Genevieve Beauchemin has the story of a former Afghan interpreter finally reuniting with her family in Canada.
The Guinness Book of Records has been keeping track of human achievement for decades. Genevieve Beauchemin reports on the new additions.
A video rental store in Kingston, Ont. says they received a movie 9 years overdue with a late fee over $2,000.