Friday, January 21, 2022
Asked who they believe is responsible for historic injustices against Indigenous people in Canada, a majority of respondents (53%) blamed the Canadian government Despite recognizing historic injustices against Indigenous people, two out of three Canadians are still proud of their...
CTV News/ OTTAWA -- The federal minister in charge of aid to the unemployed says jobless Canadians who refuse to get vaccinated may find themselves blocked from benefits so long as public health concerns remain top of mind. The Liberals...
China’s Foreign Ministry says relations with Canada stand “at a crossroads” after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused Beijing of engaging in “coercive diplomacy.” Speaking to media outlets on Dec. 27, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian accused Trudeau of “misunderstanding” and “miscalculating”...
Global News-Nearly every Canadian province shattered its daily COVID-19 case count record Wednesday, as the Omicron variant sweeps across the country and brings a level of infection not seen before. After pausing the release of testing data during the Christmas holiday, some provinces...
Labour Minister Seamus O'Regan says he has tested positive for COVID-19 after taking a rapid test. O'Regan shared the result Monday on Twitter, noting he will stay in isolation and continue to follow public health guidelines. The minister did not share...
Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino has asked Twitter Canada leadership to remove what he characterized as an “abusive” tweet with the aim to “intimidate” the president of the Canadian Medical Association (CMA). In a letter, penned on Tuesday and addressed to...
A number of changes to laws and regulations will come into effect in Ontario next year. Whether it's the staycation tax credit or a boost to Ontario’s minimum wage, there are some important changes for people to know about. CTV News...
Even with tight restrictions, many parents and kids are looking for ways to get out and active during the holiday break. For Ceily MacDuffy, that’s the time she’s taking to learn the new skill of skating. The seven-year-old is teaching herself...
The Ontario government will decide whether schools will re-open for in-class instruction in January in the next several days, Premier Doug Ford said Tuesday. Speaking at a workplace vaccine clinic in Mississauga on Tuesday, Ford said cabinet will meet soon...
The holiday break for students in Nova Scotia has been extended in order to allow families to monitor students for COVID-19 symptoms before they return to in-person classes. Classes will now resume for students on Monday, Jan. 10, while teachers...
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