The pandemic has changed how, and where, we work. But as many head back to the office, some are calling for a reduced workweek
Carleton University school of social work’s Melissa Redmond talks about drinking habits during the pandemic.
John Davids explains the goals of the Black in Quebec project he’s leading, which will collect data on the minority group in the province.
Suburban municipalities are furious they’ll have to help pay for penalties because Montreal officials cancelled the Formula E.
In 2020, the number of weddings in Quebec plunged. Wedding planner Judy Lamotte on how her profession has adapted.
How well we take care of our teeth could depend on where and how we live. A study hopes to improve access to oral care across Canada.
When Mary Simon walks into the Senate on Monday to be installed as the country's next governor general, she will find the upper chamber sparsely populated. For Simon, there will be 44 people in attendance to view the ceremony in-person to follow public health guidelines.
Starting Sunday morning, Quebecers who have received at least a first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine can register to participate in Loto-Quebec draws, which will take place every Friday in August.
Mounties enforcing the B.C. Supreme Court injunction against anti-logging protesters in the Fairy Creek Watershed on Vancouver Island say they arrested 16 people on Saturday, after escorting them to a picnic in the blockaded area.
Members of the Royal Canadian Air Force rescued a pilot whose plane had crashed north of Petawawa, Ont. on Saturday.
Rural roads have been closed off as investigators work the scene of a helicopter crash in Brantford, Ont.
So far this wildfire season, about 400,000 hectares have burned, and without rain in the forecast, that total looks likely to grow.
Nearly 2,400 Afghan civilians were killed or injured in May and June as fighting between Taliban insurgents and Afghan security forces escalated, the highest number for those two months since records started in 2009, the United Nations said on Monday.
Australia's most populous state reported a rise in new COVID-19 cases on Monday despite a weeks-long stay-at-home order, while police vowed to crack down on any repeat of a wild anti-lockdown protest at the weekend.
A Tennessee man has been sentenced to five years in prison for his role in an international 'swatting' scheme that led to a person's death, The Commercial Appeal reported.
Many who serve and work in the Capitol are trying to make sense of the chaos that unfolded on Jan. 6. And he now has a guiding role in the process, appointed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., as the chairman of a select committee that will investigate the attack.
At least seven people were killed in a 20-vehicle pileup during a sandstorm Sunday afternoon, Utah Highway Patrol said.
Trucks carrying water and food on Sunday streamed into a Chinese city at the center of flooding that killed at least 63 people, while soldiers laid sandbags to fill gaps in river dikes that left neighborhoods under water.
Jackie Mason, a rabbi-turned-comedian whose feisty brand of standup comedy led him to Catskills nightclubs, West Coast talk shows and Broadway stages, has died. He was 93.
Dieter Brummer, the Australian actor best known for his role as heartthrob Shane Parrish on TV soap 'Home and Away,' has died at the age of 45.
For beloved Bennifer fans, the long desired reunion of Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck might actually be happening. Lopez posted photos from her birthday on Saturday, including one of her kissing someone who appears to be Affleck.
A small preliminary study by researchers at Boston Children’s Hospital suggests that people who develop severe COVID-19 have noticeably blunted antiviral responses in the nose and throat.
Health Canada is adding two more products — MediCare Foaming Hand Sanitizer and Pur-Vie — to its growing list of recalled hand sanitizers.
More than 200 individuals in 27 states are being monitored for possible exposure to monkeypox after they came into contact with an American man who contracted the rare disease after returning from a trip to Nigeria, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed.
Canada's spy service closely monitored the burgeoning nationalist movement in the 1960s and '70s, poring over pamphlets, collecting reports from confidential sources and warily watching for signs of Communist infiltration, once-secret records reveal.
The federal government is implementing "special immigration measures" to extract Afghan nationals engaged with the Canadian Embassy, their families and those who helped Canadian military on the front lines as the Taliban continues to gain ground there.
Mary Simon will be installed later this morning as the country's new governor general and become the first Indigenous person to hold the role.
Researchers at Tokyo Metropolitan University have created 'tweezers of sound' that can move objects without physical contact.
Astronomers have detected the presence of a disc around a planet outside our solar system for the first time.
Chimpanzees' lethal attacks on gorillas in the wild have been observed for the first time, a team of researchers has said.