Top Hats and Tiara’s New Year’s Eve event is coming to the Children’s Museum. CTV’s Ainsley McPhail has more.
Canada's ban on single-use plastics, starting with the manufacture and import for sale of a number of products, comes into effect later this month.
The federal government has approved a change in how the cannabis content of beverages is calculated, pushing the number of standard-sized, canned pot drinks that can be bought at once from five to 48.
Pulled from a sunken trunk at an 1857 shipwreck off the coast of North Carolina, work pants that auction officials describe as the oldest known pair of jeans in the world have sold for US$114,000.
Amid calls for his resignation, Winnipeg's police chief says he will not be stepping down and is committed to getting justice for the four victims of an alleged serial killer.
The men’s World Cup quarterfinal stage kicked off on Friday as Croatia eliminated Brazil and Argentina beat the Netherlands. CTVNews.ca has all the latest from the tournament.
Jill Promoli, a flu shot advocate, shares her story after losing her son to the flu in 2016 and urged parents to take precautions.
A Seattle-based company has been granted the salvage rights to a sunken ship believed to have millions of dollars worth of gold on board.