Dr. Paul Le Guerrier of Montreal Public Health talks COVID-19 concerns in communities where vaccine hesitancy is high.
W5’s Avery Haines looks at an upcoming report on what happens to drug dealers if someone is killed by a substance they sell.
Sports analyst Meeker Guerrier explains what exactly is wrong with the Habs, write with the Als and all else in sports.
More than 200 Indigenous leaders and businesses gathered in Montreal for a province-wide business conference
Dr. Christopher Labos explains what parents need to know before getting their children vaccinated against COVID-19.
Dr. Sophie Zhang responds to the Quebec Ombudperson’s report into how CHSLDs responded to the first wave of the pandemic.
The community in B.C.'s Sumas Prairie have pulled together to begin the cleanup process after floodwaters forced many of them to evacuate their homes, as a new storm threatens additional flooding.
Abbotsford Mayor Henry Braun says his city remains "extremely concerned" about the possibility of floodwaters from the United States arriving this weekend.
Canada and India are quietly setting the stage to reboot formal free trade talks as the Trudeau government seeks economic alternatives to China following the dispute over the Meng Wanzhou-two Michaels affair.
Supplies were loaded onto a helicopter Saturday, bound for people stranded in rural areas of Cape Breton after a record-setting storm battered the region earlier this week.
Canada will be banning the entry of all foreign nationals who have travelled through southern Africa in the last 14 days as concerns over a new coronavirus variant grow.
Getting shopping done early and having back-up gift ideas are key to navigating the ongoing supply chain issues this holiday season, David Soberman, a professor at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, says.
Afghanistan's Taliban prime minister defended the group's rule in a public address Saturday, saying it was not to blame for a worsening economic crisis and is working to repair the corruption of the ousted government. He also dismissed international pressure for the formation of a more inclusive Cabinet.
At the makeshift camps in France near Calais and Dunkirk, migrants are digging in, waiting for their chance to make a dash across the English Channel despite the deaths of at least 27 people this week when their boat sank a few kilometres from the French coast.
A Russian court on Saturday ordered five people to remain in pre-trial detention for two months pending an investigation into a devastating blast in a coal mine in Siberia that resulted in dozens of deaths.
The new potentially more contagious omicron variant of the coronavirus popped up in more European countries on Saturday, just days after being identified in South Africa, leaving governments around the world scrambling to stop the spread.
At least three people have died in the U.K. after the year's first winter storm battered parts of the countries with gusts of nearly 160 kph.
The price to cross the English Channel varies according to the network of smugglers, between 3,000 and 7,000 euros.
Stephen Sondheim, the songwriter who reshaped the American musical theatre in the second half of the 20th century with his intelligent, intricately rhymed lyrics, his use of evocative melodies and his willingness to tackle unusual subjects, has died. He was 91.
Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds is the recipient of the 2021 National Arts Centre Award. The Vancouver native and Hollywood star shared a video that accompanied the award on social media Saturday.
Christina Applegate is marking a milestone birthday after revealing her multiple sclerosis diagnosis in August.
BioNTech SE said on Friday it expects more data on a worrying new coronavirus variant detected in South Africa within two weeks to help determine whether its vaccine produced with partner Pfizer Inc would have to be reworked. Meanwhile, Moderna Inc said in a statement it is working to advance a booster candidate tailored to the new variant.
Eating a lot of dark green, leafy vegetables with your meals could be the key to relieving severe, chronic headaches, according to a case study reported by doctors that successfully treated a man who suffered from intensely debilitating migraines for more than 12 years.
Health Canada is recalling nearly 1.5-million Old Spice and Secret products after the cancer-causing chemical benzene was detected in deodorants and anti-perspirants.
On Monday, the federal government will be tabling an enhanced version of their bill to largely ban conversion therapy practices in Canada, moving forward with a stronger version of previously-halted legislation. The version of the bill coming next week is expected to include more teeth and potentially a wider reach when it comes to cracking down on the harmful practice.
The federal government introduced a new bill Friday that, if passed, would impose new criminal sanctions for people who threaten health-care workers, impede access to medical facilities, or intimidate people accessing health services. The legislation also would update federal labour laws to provide 10 days of paid medical leave.
Canada's new chief of defence staff says that he is keeping his eyes on a handful of dangerous international situations that could require Canadian Armed Forces participation or intervention, and is promising a series of new initiatives aimed at improving military culture in the weeks ahead.
A team of archeologists from the University of Leicester in central England certainly appear to have the golden touch.
NASA launched a spacecraft Tuesday night on a mission to smash into an asteroid and test whether it would be possible to knock a speeding space rock off course if one were to threaten Earth.
A Russian rocket blasted off successfully on Wednesday to deliver a new docking module to the International Space Station.