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In a deal Ottawa hopes will help jump-start Canada's biomanufacturing industry and better secure its supply chain for future public health emergencies, Merck Canada is partnering with Thermo Fisher Scientific to manufacture its COVID-19 antiviral drug, molnupiravir, in Canada for global distribution.
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.
Ontario's deputy premier says the vaccine passport system may not start to wind down next month as planned if the Omicron coronavirus variant proves itself a greater danger to the public than Delta.
Future pandemics could be even more lethal than COVID-19 so the lessons learned from the outbreak must not be squandered and the world should ensure it is prepared for the next viral onslaught, one of the creators of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine said.
Opposition parties are ramping up calls for a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Winter Olympics as the federal government awaits Washington's move.
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.
Security cameras captured a family of bears playing in Campbell River, B.C.