One day after surviving a confidence vote on a Conservative motion, Justin Trudeau's minority Liberal government faces another Conservative motion that could trigger yet more high-stakes drama over the possibility of a snap election in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
After a day of nail-biting tension and accusations of partisan brinkmanship, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the federal Liberal minority government have survived a confidence vote. By securing the backing needed to defeat a Conservative push create a new committee to probe alleged Liberal corruption, Trudeau has avoided plunging the country into a snap pandemic election.
A suspect accused in a Brampton crash that left a mother and her three young children dead was fleeing from police at a high rate of speed just prior to the incident, Ontario’s police watchdog confirms.
Premier Doug Ford says families outraged by negligence on the part of long-term care facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic will still be able to hold the operators of those homes accountable despite new provincial legislation that critics say makes it more difficult for loved ones to sue.
A Canadian business group has serious concerns after a new survey found that Canadian shoppers plan to spend 66 per cent of their holiday shopping budget at big box stores and through online giants like Amazon.
Short on specifics and long on bullishness, Blue Jays president Mark Shapiro set an optimistic tone during his first general media availability since the team was eliminated from the post-season a few weeks ago.
As Canada’s COVID-19 death toll grows and tallies reported daily, each statistic represents a Canadian with their own story. CTVNews.ca shares some of the victims’ stories, as told to us by family members and loved ones.
The owner of a laundromat in Toronto's west-end says one of her customers was brutally attacked for no apparent reason. Now she’s sharing security video of the incident to raise awareness and help keep her community safe.
Ontario's Progressive Conservative government has introduced new legislation that could potentially shield itself, as well as long-term care homes, from COVID-19-related lawsuits, as long as the parties acted in "good faith" during the pandemic.