While the COVID-19 pandemic has damaged much of the Canadian economy, one Ontario real estate broker says the province's cottage industry is thriving as people living in cities and working from home look to relocate.
As scientists and policy-makers anticipate a second wave of COVID-19 later this year, a new survey from Nanos Research suggests a majority of Canadians support closing non-essential businesses again if cases spike.
In the midst of protests since George Floyd's death in police custody, the slogan 'defund the police' has emerged as a powerful rallying cry among advocates for change and a target of derision among those convinced law and order needs well-funded police forces. CTVNews.ca examines what it means, and why it's so divisive.
A breakdown of the COVID-19 cases from Region of Waterloo Public Health, Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health, Brant County Health Unit, Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit and Huron Perth Public Health.