Two men are suing the City of Winnipeg after a day of tobogganing on Garbage Hill came to an abrupt and sudden end when they allegedly hit a snow-covered cement block; though the city says the men had been negligent.
A doctor caring for some of the youngest and most fragile children is warning parents to be aware of the signs and symptoms of RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) bronchiolitis, saying the illness is circulating in the community.
Ahead of new inflation numbers due to be released this week, CTVNews.ca spoke with experts to explain the pandemic's impact on inflation and how Canada compares on the inflation scale with other G7 nations.
After a nearly three-week saga, the organizer of the ill-fated Sunwing trip to Mexico is back in Quebec -- and was ticketed on his way from the border, since he drove into Canada after the start of the 10 p.m. curfew Sunday night.
A trio of instructors at the University of Winnipeg who were placed on unpaid leave due to their vaccination status are suing the school and the province over the COVID-19 vaccine policy they say is discriminatory and 'vilified' them as unvaccinated people.
Ghislaine Maxwell will no longer fight to keep the names of eight 'John Does' secret and will leave it to the court to decide whether the names should be unsealed, according to a Jan. 12 letter to federal Judge Loretta Preska of the Southern District of New York.
As provinces rely more heavily on rapid antigen tests as part of their strategy to curb the spread of COVID-19, there have been concerns over the possibility of false positive results. A University of Toronto study has produced new data shedding light on the likelihood of such events.
Waste material from used COVID-19 rapid antigen tests are technically considered hazardous. Does this mean it’s OK to throw them in the trash? On CTVNews.ca, experts weigh in on what to do when it comes to disposing of used rapid tests.