With a new wave of COVID-19 infections fueled by the Delta variant striking countries worldwide, disease experts are scrambling to learn whether the latest version of coronavirus is making people - mainly the unvaccinated - sicker than before.
Delia Opekokew, who was the first Indigenous women to be admitted to the bar in both Saskatchewan and Ontario, reflects on her journey as both an advocate for residential school survivors and a survivor herself.
Canada's street supply of opioids is becoming increasingly toxic, unpredictable and contaminated thanks to ultra-potent and deadly mixtures of fentanyl, prompting renewed calls for safe supply programs that could help regain control of the drug supply.
A northern Saskatchewan health official says an emergency public health order could help clamp down on COVID-19 cases in an area that has seen a more than three-fold increase in cases since the start of the month.
Canadians who have received mixed doses of a COVID-19 vaccine or a certain brand of AstraZeneca may face obstacles when travelling to countries that require proof of vaccination. CTVNews.ca examines what COVID-19 vaccines are recognized and where for those travelling abroad.
A nurses' union representative says the Government of Saskatchewan's decision to end the practice of distilling and releasing COVID-19 data on a daily basis could create barriers for a public looking to stay informed about the risk posed by the coronavirus.