RCMP union tells Ottawa to stop making Mounties investigate colleagues
The union representing RCMP officers says one way to improve accountability in the national police force is to stop tasking Mounties with investigating colleagues accused of wrongdoing.
Poilievre accuses Liberals of leading the country into 'financial crisis,' vows to filibuster budget
As interest rates rose again Wednesday, Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre vowed to tie up the House of Commons with a prolonged speech to prevent the government from passing a budget he says will drive Canada into “a full scale financial crisis.”
Supporters of slain Mexican mining activist take case against Canada to international body
Family and supporters of a Mexican activist who was killed after opposing a Canadian company's mining project are taking their case to an international human rights body.
CNN ousts top exec following loss of confidence from audiences — and journalists
CNN ousted chief executive Chris Licht after a tumultuous year leading the struggling news network that culminated in a damning magazine profile and the growing realization that he'd lost the confidence of the network's journalists.
Shakeup at Indigo as almost half of company's board exits. Chair Heather Reisman also plans to leave soon
Four members of Indigo's board of directors have abruptly resigned, and the company has announced that chair Heather Reisman will retire this summer.
Wildfire smoke from Canada disrupts New York flights
Some flights into the New York City area on Wednesday were delayed and some briefly halted because of reduced visibility from wildfire smoke from Canada.
Calgary mass killer Matthew de Grood seeks 'absolute discharge'
The man who was found not criminally responsible in the stabbing deaths of five people at a house party in Brentwood more than nine years ago is seeking more freedoms.
Eight takeaways from Prince Harry's seven hours on the witness stand
It's been a busy, tumultuous few days for Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex as he took his place on the witness stand in his trial against the Mirror Group Newspapers. Here are royal commentator Afua Hagan's top takeaways from his two-day grilling.
Wrestling icon The Iron Sheik dead at 81
World Wrestling Entertainment legend The Iron Sheik has died. He was 81.
Have rising home prices driven you to leave Canada? We want to hear from you
The Bank of Canada's latest decision to raise its key interest rate comes at a time when many are struggling to afford their homes. CTVNews.ca wants to hear from people in Canada who are going to great lengths to find affordable housing.
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Florida Grand Jury Hears Testimony in Trump Classified Documents Case
Among those appearing before the grand jury in Miami was Taylor Budowich, who served as a spokesman for former President Donald Trump.
Pence Delivers Strong Rebuke to Trump in Campaign Announcement
The former vice president — and now rival — to Donald Trump gave his most aggressive criticism of his former boss, portraying him as unfit to be president.
The PGA Tour and LIV Golf Merger, Explained
The announced deal to dramatically change golf is far from complete.
Prince Harry Ends Testimony on Tabloid Case
Prince Harry ended his testimony in his trial against a newspaper group. “For my whole life, the press have misled about me and covered up their wrongdoing,” he said.
Man Charged With Spraying Police With Insecticide on Jan. 6
The Justice Department also charged the Long Island man with assaulting a news photographer, in the latest reminder that the authorities are continuing to find rioters who assaulted the Capitol.
Scientists film deepest ever fish on seabed off Japan
Cruising at a depth of 8,336 meters (over 27,000 feet) just above the seabed, a young snailfish has become the deepest fish ever filmed by scientists during a probe into the abyss of the northern Pacific Ocean.
Ukraine dam: Thousands flee as floods submerge Kherson and nearby towns
Officials say there could be a catastrophic impact on agriculture, worsening global food shortages.
Florida woman arrested for fatally shooting neighbour
Susan Louise Lorincz says she shot the mother of four in self defence - a claim that police deny.
Egypt bans Dutch archaeologists over exhibit about black musicians
A museum says it is being unfairly punished for showing ancient Egypt's influence on black artists.
Pope Francis, 86, has abdominal surgery
The three-hour operation at a Roman hospital was completed without complications, says the Vatican.
Crocodile found to have made herself pregnant
Researchers have found the first case of a crocodile who made herself pregnant.