Infectious diseases specialist Dr. Matthew Oughton says be cautious inviting people over – ensure they are vaccinated and not vulnerable.
Wine expert Natalie Maclean's own wine suggestions for those who may be entertaining over the holidays for the first time in a while.
Nathalie Cooke with McGill’s library and archives describes what libraries have contributed to history.
Renee Vezina and Dr. Jesse Papenburg discuss the Montreal Children Hospital Foundation's new ad campaign.
Sports analyst Meeker Guerrier analyzes Habs VP Jeff Gorton’s hiring and why it matters that the next GM speaks French.
McGill University’s Jonathan Jarry explains the truth behind why some people believe spending time in saunas could cure any ailment.
Ontario is extending its pause indefinitely on moving to the next step of the reopening plan as COVID-19 cases continue to increase and new modelling data suggests hospital capacity could be strained over the coming months.
An Ottawa man has been charged following a nearly two-year investigation into several ransomware attacks on targets in Canada and the U.S.
The lawyer for Lethbridge-West MLA Shannon Phillips is asking Alberta's Law Enforcement Review Board (LERB) to recommend a dismissal of an officer who photographed Phillips and didn't report the improper activity to a superior.
Saskatchewan’s premier is calling for an end to the stigmatization of those who remain unvaccinated in the province.
The CEO of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) says the threshold to receive the government's new wage and rent subsidies is too high and could force some businesses to consider decreasing their revenues to meet the eligibility criteria.
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Ontario will continue to rise substantially, even without the Omicron variant, if vaccinations do not increase and further public health measures are not implemented, new modelling data released by the province's science table suggests.
Nearly 17 years after being sentenced to die, Scott Peterson will be resentenced Wednesday to life in prison in the 2002 slayings of his pregnant wife and unborn son that gripped the world then and since.
The plumber who turned in hundreds of envelopes of cash and checks he found in a wall at televangelist Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church is getting US$20,000 for his good deed.
German investigators said Tuesday that a man suspected of killing his family and then himself left a note indicating that he was afraid of being arrested after procuring a fake vaccination certificate for his wife.
Face to face for over two hours, U.S. President Joe Biden and Russia’s Vladimir Putin squared off in a secure video call Tuesday as the U.S. president put Moscow on notice that an invasion of Ukraine would bring enormous harm to the Russian economy. The highly anticipated call between the two leaders came amid growing worries by the U.S. and Western allies about Russia’s threat to its neighbour.
A gunman opened fire in a Moscow government services center and killed two people Tuesday, reportedly after being told to put on a face mask, authorities and Russia media said. Four other people were wounded.
The U.S. Navy is contesting orders from Hawaii to suspend use of fuel tanks and drain them at a complex above an aquifer that supplies nearly 20 per cent of Honolulu's drinking water until certain conditions are met.
A planned book by Chris Cuomo has been cancelled as fallout continues for the former CNN host who had privately helped his brother, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, respond to sexual harassment allegations.
Television host and actor Nick Cannon shared with his talk show audience on Tuesday that his youngest child, Zen, has died.
Jussie Smollett on Tuesday repeatedly denied he staged a racist, anti-gay attack on himself for publicity, telling a prosecutor as the trial neared its end that 'there was no hoax on my part' and that two brothers who testified against him are 'liars.'
Eight years ago, a team of researchers launched a project to carefully repeat early but influential lab experiments in cancer research. They recreated 50 experiments, the type of preliminary research with mice and test tubes that sets the stage for new cancer drugs. The results reported Tuesday: About half the scientific claims didn't hold up.
During the first wave of the pandemic monthly new cases of anorexia and atypical anorexia in adolescents increased by more than 60 per cent and monthly hospitalization nearly tripled compared to pre-pandemic rates, according to a new study.
It's a common assumption among marijuana users: Using weed will help you fall asleep and stay asleep. Scientists, however, aren't so sure that's true.
Conversion therapy will soon be banned across Canada, after the Senate agreed to the expedited passage of Bill C-4 on Tuesday. After multiple attempts to pass legislation banning the harmful practice failed in recent years, the bill has now cleared both the House of Commons and Senate without changes, in just over a week. Once it receives royal assent, the bill will become law.
Military police have laid criminal charges against the Canadian Armed Forces' former head of human resources despite the Liberal government having said it would transfer the investigation and prosecution of sexual misconduct cases to civilian authorities.
Six weeks after being sworn in to their current portfolios, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's cabinet has still not been issued mandate letters, according to a minister who says he doesn't know when he'll receive his.
Just a day before the head of Instagram will face questions from lawmakers over its child safety practices, the company is rolling out a handful of new features aimed at making it harder for users, particularly teenagers, to fall down rabbit holes that could be harmful to their mental health.
The elite Russian state hackers behind last year's massive SolarWinds cyberespionage campaign hardly eased up this year, managing plenty of infiltrations of U.S. and allied government agencies and foreign policy think tanks with consummate craft and stealth, a leading cybersecur
The company that runs the philanthropy of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, is investing up to US$3.4 billion to advance human health over 10 to 15 years, according to a spokesperson for the organization.