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Officials have confirmed the first cases detected in Canada of the Omicron COVID-19 variant in Ottawa, Ont., amid warnings that it remains unclear just how transmissible and severe infection by the highly-mutated variant might be.
A fully vaccinated 62-year-old male who travelled from Canada to Hong Kong is confirmed to be the second case of the COVID-19 Omicron variant identified by authorities there, according to Hong Kong’s Department of Health.
The federal government has tabled a reworked bill aiming to outright prohibit both adults and children from being subjected to conversion therapy practices.The legislation, titled Bill C-4, proposes to eliminate the harmful practice in Canada, and includes a wider-reaching definition of what constitutes conversion therapy, with the Liberals aiming to see the bill pass before the end of 2021.
One of Canada's most high-profile weather forecasters says the extreme storms that have pummelled parts of the country over the past month may be a sign of what lies ahead for the upcoming winter.
Ontario's top doctor said he wouldn't be surprised to discover more cases of the Omicron variant but doesn't see the province implementing further public health measures at this time.
An investigation is underway after Quebec City police were caught on camera violently arresting a Black teenager.
Security camera footage shows a man narrowly dodging concrete blocks as strong winds battered the Turkish city of Izmir.
In a video shared on Nov. 29, actor Matthew McConaughey put the rumours to rest by announcing that he will not run for Texas governor.
A first-of-its-kind electric tundra buggy for polar bear sightseeing is being used for tourist transportation in Churchill, Man. CTV’s Jill Macyshon reports.
A baby in northern China hasn't mastered walking yet, but she's already quite the snowboarder.
Omar Khan, assist. professor at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, explains how boosters work and how they help fight against the newer COVID-19 variants.
The royal residence of Queen Elizabeth II has decked the halls with dazzling decorations. ABC's Julia MacFarlane reports.
Take a look at the fascinating phenomenon that was spotted on Lake Manitoba.