Winnipeg employs Firefighter-Primary Care Paramedics that travel to scenes on fire trucks. CTV’s Ainsley McPhail has more.
Canada is sending an additional 20,000 rounds of ammunition to Ukraine for the Ukrainian military to use in its ongoing defence against the Russians. This ammunition—155mm calibre, as well as fuses and charge bags—is being donated, but comes at a cost of $98 million, according to the federal government.
Power outages caused by the powerful and deadly storm that swept across Ontario and Quebec on Saturday are stretching into another day, as hydro providers warned customers they could be waiting even longer for service to be fully restored.
An infectious disease expert believes monkeypox outbreaks can be contained by using a strategy called 'ring vaccination' – which means vaccinating all the close contacts of an infected person.
Health Canada says it is preparing for the possibility that a shortage of sunflower oil could further strain baby formula supplies in Canada.
Eleven people, eight of them women, were killed in simultaneous shooting attacks on two bars in north-central Mexico, authorities said Tuesday.
Lawyer Ari Goldkind says it's 'hard to imagine' that either Johnny Depp or Amber Heard emerges from the defamation trial unscathed.
CTV News' Omar Sachedina sat down for an exclusive interview with Justice Mahmud Jamal, one year after being appointed to the Supreme Court.