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Travellers who can't access the government's ArriveCan app, or simply forget to fill it out, may start to receive some clemency at the border after Canada's public safety minister gave new instructions to border officials to allow people to provide their travel details in person.
While questions remain about the effectiveness of current vaccines in protecting against the new Omicron COVID-19 variant, experts insist that anyone who is eligible should still get their booster shot.
A document circulating online about 'apprehending' unvaccinated people in Ontario is fake and has been sent to police for investigation, the government says.
A Canadian traveller returning from South Africa says he was forced to continue staying in a federal quarantine facility even after receiving a negative test.
Experts warn that supply-chain issues across the country could threaten the availability of a Christmas dinner staple: turkey.
Biographer Christopher Andersen examines fraught relationships and more in his new book, 'Brothers & Wives'.
Italian artists pay homage to Banksy with murals in Milan. CTV’s Paul Workman reports.
A Christmas-decorated car in Saint John has become a holiday icon in N.B. CTV’s Todd Battis reports.
Video released by NASA shows a total solar eclipse as seen from Western Antarctica on Dec. 4.
An exhibit of Indigenous artist Robert Houle’s work is being held at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Donna Sound reports.