Advance in-person voting begins but some say an online option is long overdue. Nicole and Rachel have top stories for October 4.
Control over immigration and Quebec's religious symbols ban could be sources of conflict between Ottawa and the province as Premier Francois Legault begins his second mandate.
Francois Legault has been elected for a second mandate as Quebec premier with a majority government. Within eight minutes of the polls closing across the province at 8 p.m. EST, CTV News declared Coalition Avenir Québec has secured a resounding win in the Quebec legislature.
Gas prices in Ontario are projected to jump later this week, industry analyst Dan McTeague tells CP24.
CTV News has learned Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be called to testify about his government’s decision to invoke the Emergencies Act in response to anti-mandate Freedom Convoy protests in February.
A group of family members of Indigenous women killed across B.C. is calling for more police accountability and improved communication when investigating missing person cases across jurisdictions. The families spoke out on the eve of Canada-wide Sisters in Spirit vigils Oct. 4 to honour missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
Francois Legault is re-elected as Quebec premier, with the CAQ projected to have a majority government. Genevieve Beauchemin reports.
Dressed in a Kenora dinner jacket, Trudeau threw himself off the 200-foot (60-metre) bungee tower that over looks a lagoon at Great Canadian Bungee in Chelsea, Que.