» GoFundMe releasing $1 million of fundraising money to trucker convoy
27/01/22 23:19 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
GoFundMe is releasing an initial $1 million in fundraising money to the organizers of the trucker convoy protesting vaccine mandates, after the website had temporarily frozen the funds earlier this week.
» Canada Post moving to surgical masks for all employees
27/01/22 22:57 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
Canada Post is now offering employees upgraded medical procedure masks for their shifts and anyone wishing to wear their own mask will have to double up.
» Record-high gas prices expected for Ontario, Quebec
27/01/22 22:18 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
Gas prices are expected to reach record highs in parts of the country ahead of the weekend.
» Ontario's top doctor says it's time to learn to live with COVID-19
27/01/22 21:54 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
Ontario's top doctor says it’s time to 'learn to live with COVID-19' as he anticipates the province is in for a much better spring.
» A look at Canada's vaccine mandates and public health restrictions
27/01/22 20:27 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
A convoy made up of cross-border truckers and supporters protesting a federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate, as well as public health restrictions more generally, is expected to arrive in Ottawa this weekend. CTVNews.ca looks at what mandates...
» Sergeant-at-Arms sends warning to MPs about security risks related to trucker convoy
27/01/22 19:25 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
As a convoy of truckers made its way through Ontario on Thursday, hundreds of supporters gathered along roadways and overpasses in the Greater Toronto Area, with police warning of major traffic delays.
» Family of four found frozen to death near Canada-U.S. border identified; RCMP investigation continues
27/01/22 18:55 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
Four people who froze to death while trying to cross the Canada-U.S. border in Manitoba have been identified. According to a release from the High Commission of India, the four people have been identified as Jagdish Baldevbhai Patel, 39,...
» Mexico party plane organizer threatens legal action over airlines refusing return flights
27/01/22 17:06 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
The man who organized a 'party plane' of Quebec influencers on an ill-fated New Year's trip to Mexico says he's now planning to sue Sunwing, the airline that flew them down on a charter flight before cancelling their return trip.
» Bell Let's Talk Day sets record, raises $8.2M for mental health initiatives
27/01/22 15:26 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
The 12th edition of Bell Let's Talk Day was the most successful one yet, logging 164,298,820 interactions and raising $8,214,941 for mental health initiatives.
» 4 adult victims of fatal Richmond, B.C., shooting from same family, police not seeking suspect
27/01/22 15:18 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
All four people killed in a shooting in Richmond, B.C., are adult members of the same family, homicide investigators say.
» Canadian man gets 6 months for groping flight attendant
27/01/22 14:49 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
A Canadian man has been sentenced to six months in U.S. federal prison for groping an American Airlines flight attendant.
» Why this Holocaust survivor began sharing her story after decades of silence
27/01/22 14:40 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
On International Holocaust Rememberance Day, Hedy Bohm shares her story of surviving the Holocaust, how the Nazis murdered her parents, and the message she has for younger generations.
» PM Trudeau in isolation after COVID-19 exposure
27/01/22 14:24 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he will be isolating for five days, after being exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. Trudeau said in a tweet Thursday morning that he learned about the exposure Wednesday night.
» Antiviral pills work well against Omicron, antibody drugs are less effective: lab study
27/01/22 14:02 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
A new study suggests that current antiviral pills being used to treat COVID-19 remain effective against the highly transmissible Omicron variant, while intravenous antibody drugs appear to be 'substantially' less successful.
» CRA to send out new round of letters checking eligibility from CERB recipients
27/01/22 09:21 from CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
The Canada Revenue Agency is sending out a new round of letters to pandemic aid recipients to verify they were eligible for the help, and warning of potential need for repayments.