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Premier Doug Ford welcomed the launch of COVID-19 vaccine certificates in Ontario, saying the system is essential to prevent the province from entering into another lockdown.
While Canadians didn't have to wait too long on election night to find out who will lead the next government, there are still several individual seats too close to call and it could take a few days to get clear results with many mail-in ballots still to be counted.
Aissatou Diallo, 44, has been found not guilty on all charges of dangerous driving.
Further deliveries of COVID-19 vaccines to Canada are on pause because provinces already have more doses than they can currently use.
A polling station officer was scared of contracting COVID-19 on Monday because Elections Canada didn't require workers to be fully vaccinated or allow them to request proof of a medical exemption from maskless voters.
The ABC News Breakfast team reacts to feeling a magnitude 5.9 earthquake live on air.
There's video emerging of a unknown man hanging onto the side of semi-trucks in Atlanta, but it's not the first sighting.
Lava from the La Palma volcano has caused destruction across the Canary Islands.
Meet Ralph and Dorothy Kohler, the longest living married couple in America who just celebrated their 86th wedding anniversary.
A group of Concordia University students had visions of driving to California's iconic Big Sur, but the COVID-19 pandemic hit and their dreams were put on hold.
CTV News Chief News Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa LaFlamme leads the network's live election special.
The set is bigger and the desk is longer for physical distancing. Watch as the stage for CTV News' election special comes to life.