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Quebec reported Saturday that 1,171 more people have tested positive for COVID-19, with 726 of those not fully vaccinated. It is the highest daily increase in cases since April 30 when the Quebec Institute of Public Health reported the same number of new cases.
W5’s upcoming documentary ‘Death Penalty,’ airing on Saturday at 7 p.m. on CTV, compiles the first-ever research on a growing trend to treat overdose deaths as potential homicides.
Homicide charges following investigations into overdose deaths in Canada can be described as falling into two categories: pre- and post- fentanyl. W5 found that starting in 2016, there was a significant uptick: 135 manslaughter and criminal negligence causing death charges being laid by police and prosecutors across Canada.
Health officials in Ontario are reporting 854 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday as well as two additional deaths linked to the disease.
Canada's new chief of defence staff says that he is keeping his eyes on a handful of dangerous international situations that could require Canadian Armed Forces participation or intervention, and is promising a series of new initiatives aimed at improving military culture in the weeks ahead.
B.C. officials hope repairs are enough for the forecasted rain on the way. CTV’s Heather Wright reports.
An Indigenous-owned company fights racism in hockey with by incorporating First Nations culture into its apparel. CTV’s Creeson Agecoutay reports.
Two contestants on 'Jeopardy!' didn't know where the Rideau Canal was located. CTV's Dave Charbonneau with reaction from Ottawa residents.
A Christmas ad in Norway showing Santa Claus with a boyfriend is celebrating the 50-year milestone of homosexuality being decriminalized.
Members of Peru's National Forestry and Wildlife Service looked on as an endangered condor that was treated for poisoning took flight.
The City of Gulfport, Miss., shared a video in which a firefighter demonstrates the dangers of deep-frying a frozen turkey.