Quebec reported Monday that 410 more people have tested positive for COVID-19, and five people have died.
Quebec’s ministry of health will make changes to its verification process for the COVID-19 passport after possibly hundreds of people were able to quite easily get their hands on faked passports online, CTV News has learned.
Quebec is preparing to accept delivery of a small but potentially lifesaving shipment of a COVID-19 antibody treatment, which some doctors say will be a great added disease-fighting tool - if the province’s health authorities can organize the resources needed to drip it into patients’ arms.
As vaccines for Canadians under 12 inch closer to being approved by Health Canada, questions surrounding a child’s capacity to consent to medical procedures under Canadian law may come under scrutiny.
A new joint study from researchers in Quebec and the U.S. suggests that without wearing a mask, a two-metre physical distancing guideline indoors is not enough to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Quebec Health Minister Christian Dube announced Tuesday that seniors living in residences will be offered a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
The Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy and the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy are set to expire on Oct. 23.
With many companies making remote work a permanent aspect of certain jobs, experts say employers cannot reduce a current employee's salary without consent and face legal risks if they do.
Legal experts say Canada is facing a potential wave of terminations tied to mandatory workplace vaccine policies as a growing number of employers require workers to be fully inoculated against COVID-19 or risk losing their jobs.
The employment insurance system is set for another round of pandemic-related changes that come into force.
Canadians with the lowest credit ratings repaid the most credit card debt in the first year of the pandemic as part of a wave of non-mortgage debt repayments, Statistics Canada said Monday.
The body of a Montreal firefighter who went under the water Sunday night assisting a boat in distress has been pulled from the water along with the boat he was trapped under.
Quebec is investing $280 million over the next five years to improve services for the province's homeless population, including $10 million set aside for services specific to women.
Police are investigating after a Lamborghini wound up smashed and abandoned in the middle of a Montreal boulevard.
The trial of a Granby woman accused of killing her stepdaughter two years ago opened Montreal morning at the Trois-Rivieres courthouse.
Another sharp increase in gasoline prices occurred Monday in the Montreal metropolitan area when motorists were paying as much as $1.56 per litre for regular.
On Monday and Tuesday, childcare workers from the FTQ-affiliated Syndicat québécois des employés de service (SQEES) will hold their first two days of strike action in several regions of Quebec. Their mandate is for a 10-day strike.
Starting Monday, the Senneterre hospital emergency room, in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, has closed its doors 16 hours a day, which is causing concern among the population and indignation of Mayor Jean-Maurice Matte.
A three-vehicle collision killed a 72-year-old man Sunday in Herouxville, in the Mauricie region, about 45 minutes north of Trois-Rivieres.
With Health Canada expected to soon begin considering COVID-19 vaccine eligibility for children aged five to 11 years, a new survey by the Angus Reid Institute says that more than half of Canadian parents plan to give their kids the jab as soon as they get the green light.
Colin Powell, the first Black U.S. secretary of state whose leadership in several Republican administrations helped shape American foreign policy in the last years of the 20th century and the early years of the 21st, has died from complications from COVID-19, his family said on Facebook.
More COVID-19 booster shots may be on the way -- but when it's your turn, you'll get an extra dose of the original vaccine, not one updated to better match the extra-contagious delta variant. And that has some experts wondering if the booster campaign is a bit of a missed opportunity to target delta and its likely descendants.
The regulatory body for Ontario's medical profession has barred two outspoken doctors from issuing any medical exemptions related to COVID-19 vaccinations.
A Canadian was among 17 missionaries allegedly kidnapped in Haiti on Saturday, Christian Aid Ministries said in a statement on its website.