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Well, voters have spoken, and it's another minority Liberal government. With an almost identical House of Commons heading to Ottawa in terms of seat distribution, leaders are now facing post-election questions about their futures. As Canadians are waking up to more of the same after Justin Trudeau managed to hold on to power following Monday's election, international media reacted to the prime minister's 'gamble.

Australian researchers say a new form of therapy for babies showing early signs of autism can reduce the likelihood of a diagnosis by two-thirds. After a federal election that saw little movement in seat count, Indigenous leaders are expressing disappointment with the sidelining of Indigenous issues throughout the campaign. A Texas couple who landed themselves a rare night out with friends says it was cut short when the restaurant kicked them out for wearing face masks, which they say they wore to protect their immunocompromised four-month-old son.

Lava from the La Palma volcano has caused destruction across the Canary Islands. Three jailed for allegedly causing this crash deliberately Three London men have been jailed after they deliberately caused a collision on a busy English roadway, according to police. A group of Concordia University students had visions of driving to California's iconic Big Sur, but the COVID-19 pandemic hit and their dreams were put on hold.

CTV News Chief News Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa LaFlamme leads the network's live election special. The set is bigger and the desk is longer for physical distancing. Watch as the stage for CTV News' election special comes to life. Racism, climate change and worsening divisions among nations and cultures topped the agenda Wednesday as leaders from China to Costa Rica, from Finland to Turkey to the United Nations itself outlined reasons why the world isn't working as it should -- and what must be done quickly to fix it.

Said one country's president: 'The future is raising its voice at us. Israel on Wednesday reopened a crossing with the occupied West Bank for the first time since six prisoners tunneled out of a nearby Israeli prison, a rare escape that triggered a massive search before they were all recaptured. Many Haitian migrants camped in a small Texas border town are being released in the United States, two U.

The Taliban have requested representation at this week's United Nations General Assembly, a move that is expected to kick off a diplomatic battle with the preexisting Afghan envoy.

Mount Royal University political science professor Duane Bratt speaks about the fate of Jason Kenney and the UCP in Alberta. Jody Wilson-Raybould on diversity in Canadian politics Jody Wilson-Raybould speaks about the importance of hearing from diverse voices in Canadian politics. World trailing behind Paris Agreement target: UN report The United in Science 2021 report reveals the world is behind in the battle to reduce CO2 emissions. Dan Riskin on how coral may be adapting to climate change Dan Riskin reports on a new study that offers some hope that coral reefs may be able to adapt to and survive the impacts of climate change.

CTV News is shown the ICU at Hamilton General Hospital, where one third of the beds are filled with unvaccinated COVID-19 patients. Two explosions involving fuel tanks occurred on Sept. Criminal lawyer Daniel Brown says there are enough laws already on the books for police to crack down on protests in front of hospitals. A video of an island seemingly "moving" off the coast of Vancouver Island is making waves on the internet.

A cyclist who has been riding across Canada to raise awareness of the youth mental health crisis in a Manitoba community is back home, but says his journey is far from complete. Officials planned to trap and kill dozens of Stanley Park coyotes during a two-week cull, but with only four of the animals euthanized, the park is still reopening on schedule.

At the Chevron retirees country garden, the scarecrows are actually for the moose who have a taste for beet greens. An Ontario woman says Air Canada allowed her 11-year-old son to board an international flight without supervision and fly home alone.

The provincial government, with less than 24 hours to go before new COVID-19 guidelines come into force in Alberta, made it simpler for residents to acquire a document proving they've been vaccinated. The Callander Bay Heritage Museum has received a 'treasured' collection of Dionne Quintuplets memorabilia as part of a large donation. Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is vowing to get 'back to work,' after being dealt a second minority government in the 2021 federal election that looks much like the one Canadians elected in 2019.

President Joe Biden is set to announce that the United States is doubling its purchase of Pfizer's COVID-19 shots to share with the world to 1 billion doses as he embraces the goal of vaccinating 70 per cent of the global population within the next year. Haiti has its first outbreak of the fatal pig virus African swine fever in 37 years, the World Organisation for Animal Health said, fuelling concerns about the disease's spread in the Americas.

NASA is splitting its human spaceflight department into two separate bodies -- one centred on big, future-oriented missions to the moon and Mars, the other on the International Space Station and other operations closer to Earth.

Elon Musk mocked President Joe Biden over the weekend after Saturday's successful splashdown of SpaceX's Inspiration4 flight carried four tourists on a three-day orbital mission.