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Canada is set to receive a large infusion of COVID-19 vaccines this week, even as questions swirl around how the immunization drive will be affected by the sudden departure of the man tasked with overseeing it.
CTV News has learned that since March, the military has been aware of a sexual misconduct claim against Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin, who stepped down from his role overseeing the vaccine rollout two days ago.
The Israeli military unleashed a wave of heavy airstrikes on the Gaza Strip early Monday, saying it destroyed 15 kilometres of militant tunnels and the homes of nine Hamas commanders, as international diplomats worked to end the week of fighting that has killed hundreds of people.
Working more than 55 hours a week increases the risk of death from heart disease and strokes, according to a United Nations study out Monday.
A vaccination clinic in Toronto reached a milestone Sunday evening, administering more than 10,000 doses in less than 24 hours.
A kayaker was rescued by a fellow paddler in Okanagan Lake, after a dramatic moment when they had to flag down a boat to bring them ashore.
An artist in Montreal is on a mission, in a big way, to raise awareness about plastic pollution.
A now muted Maritime landmark designed to warn ships could be forever silenced. CTV’s Todd Battis explains.
9-year-old uses social media to help save lives in India
'Feared for my life': Alta. doc shares COVID-19 experience
Romania's Bran Castle, widely known as 'Dracula's castle,' is offering Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to visitors.
Young Gaby stars in her own TV show for kids, showing what's behind her admiration for agriculture.
Athletes from around the world are taking part in a virtual marathon and two Canadians are leading the pack.