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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians can soon expect more updates about the easing of travel restrictions should vaccinations continue to increase and COVID-19 case counts remain low.
Teen killer and serial rapist Paul Bernardo failed in his second parole bid on Tuesday after the parents of two of his victims recounted the enduring pain of his twisted crimes and warned he should never be released from his life sentence.
The families of Leslie Mahaffy and Kristen French described the crushing pain serial rapist and killer Paul Bernardo's parole hearing had rekindled, saying the pain they feel is a 'life sentence.' Read the full text on CTVNews.ca.
Chief public health officer Dr. Theresa Tam says she'll soon have advice to help fully vaccinated Canadians figure out what they can safely do, but she says much will depend on who you are and where you live.
All of Quebec will move to the green zone as of Monday, as COVID-19 cases drop and vaccinations continue.
Grace Lee reports from Osaka, Japan, on the measures being taken to keep the venues at the upcoming Olympic Games safe from COVID-19.
Experts are warning people to be careful as online rental scams are increasing.
Ryan Brockington and Isaac Webster talk about writing a new book for children that celebrates different types of families.
The Atlantic's Rachel Gutman found an apple that had been left behind in her office before the pandemic started, so she ate it.