Concordia economics professor Moshe Lander on the future of downtown, which is facing an unusually quiet summer.
Michel Audette, former commissioner for the Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, talks about her appointment to the Senate.
McGill University science communicator Jonathan Jarry discusses the latest health craze on TikTok: chlorophyll water.
Dr. Christopher Labos discusses the possibility that the rise of the Delta variant will bring a fourth wave of the pandemic to Quebec.
Due to a labour shortage, iconic Little Italy grocery store Fruiterie Milano’s will close on Mondays. Mario Zaurini explains why.
The Habs’ decision to draft Logan Mailloux is one in the world of sport that has women and their supporters crying foul.
At a minute past midnight Sunday, more COVID-19 restrictions in Quebec were lifted including how late bars and restaurants could serve alcohol and festival capacities.
Ontario pharmacists say thousands of doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine are set to expire soon and they warn the supply could go to waste if people don't show up to get a shot.
With a 'Delta-driven' fourth wave on the horizon, doctors say Canadians need to vaccinate, test, trace and isolate to flatten the curve.
Last year, the federal government doubled the Canada Student Grant. As of Sunday, the doubling of these grants has been extended to July 31, 2023.
The Boyce Farmer's Market, a Fredericton favourite, was a busy spot Saturday morning hours after New Brunswick's mandatory order was lifted, and with it, all of the province's COVID-19 restrictions.
A northern Saskatchewan health official says an emergency public health order could help clamp down on COVID-19 cases in an area that has seen a more than three-fold increase in cases since the start of the month.
Wildfires raged Sunday near Turkey's holiday beach destinations of Antalya and Mugla as the discovery of more bodies caused the death toll to rise to eight.
The powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un warned Sunday that next month's annual military drills between South Korean and U.S. troops will undermine prospects for better ties between the Koreas, just days after the rivals reopened their long-dormant communication channels.
The United Kingdom joined Israel in alleging Iran carried out a fatal drone strike on an oil tanker off the coast of Oman in the Arabian Sea, putting further pressure on Tehran as it denied being involved in the assault.
Six months after seizing power from the elected government, Myanmar's military leader on Sunday repeated his pledge to hold fresh elections in two years and cooperate with Southeast Asian nations on finding a political solution for his country.
New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern sat motionless Sunday as members of the Pacific Island community pulled a large white mat over her head, completely covering her. Moments later they removed it and embraced her.
A 5.4-magnitude tremor occurred early Sunday in the Aegean Sea, near the small Greek island of Nisyros, west of Rhodes, the Athens-based Institute of Geodynamics reported.
Chinese-Canadian pop star Kris Wu has been detained by Beijing police on suspicion of rape, following an accusation the former member of the Korean boy band EXO lured young women into sexual relationships.
With a series of court victories that bring the end to serious legal crises, with a Broadway show beginning and a Cirque du Soleil show returning after a long pandemic pause, Michael Jackson's business is on the upswing 12 years after the pop superstar's death.
One of Hollywood's biggest talent agencies on Friday hit out at the Disney movie studio in an escalating public dispute over claims by Scarlett Johansson that she had lost money over the release of her 'Black Widow' movie.
A new study has found differences in which COVID-19 symptoms are experienced shortly after infection based on age and sex.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) announced Friday that Montreal-based Nature's Touch Frozen Food is recalling various brands of frozen mangoes because they may be contaminated with the hepatitis A virus.
A new study by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed that three-quarters of individuals who became infected with COVID-19 at public events in a Massachusetts county had been fully vaccinated.
The federal government is tapping the brakes on its plans to phase out pandemic aid programs this summer, deciding instead to freeze benefits at current levels and extend help by an extra month beyond the previously planned end date.
An extraordinary set of handwritten notes by Canada's acting defence chief appear to reveal a behind-the-scenes struggle between due process, political optics and support for the complainant after a sexual misconduct allegation emerged against Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin.
Minister of Indigenous Services Marc Miller announced Friday that the federal government has reached an agreement out of court to settle class-action litigation regarding clean drinking water for First Nations communities across Canada.
New research spanning more than 200 years of observations shows that polar bears use rocks and blocks of ice to kill walruses.
Park volunteers patrolling a beach in South Carolina on Wednesday stumbled upon an unexpected surprise: a two-headed baby sea turtle.
The Russian hackers behind the massive SolarWinds cyberespionage campaign broke into the email accounts of some of the most prominent federal prosecutors' offices around the country last year, the U.S. Justice Department said.