Dr. Christopher Labos breaks down how rapid testing in schools will change the fourth wave of COVID-19.
Psychologist Anna-Marie Tosco speaks about how to cope with anxiety and depression.
It's Fashion Week in Montreal and the message is to shop local.
With less than a week until voting day new polling figures show the Liberals and Tories are in a statistical tie.
The MNAs and party leaders are back at the National Assembly today laying out their plans for the coming fall session.
The QCGN is hearing concerns from the English-speaking community about Quebec's proposed language law, Bill 96.
Western University students are set to walk out of classes Friday to protest sexual violence on and around the campus.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has announced a temporary indoor masking mandate that will come into force on Friday followed by a proof-of-vaccination policy. It's a move that comes after growing calls from residents in the province to install more measures.
A man who was abducted early Thursday morning has been located with life-threatening injuries following a shooting and home invasion that left one of his sons dead and another in critical condition, Hamilton police say.
Albertans woke up Thursday to new restrictions implemented by the province to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Vaccine mandate protesters' use of Nazi imagery and comparisons to the Holocaust is angering Jewish organizations.
More than two years after the apparent overdose death of B.C. teenager Carson Crimeni, a charge has been approved against someone who was a minor at the time.
South Africa's highest court on Friday denied an application by former president Jacob Zuma to rescind his sentence of 15 months in jail for contempt of court in a ruling viewed as a stern test of the country's resolve to hold powerful figures to account.
When South Carolina lawyer Alex Murdaugh appeared in court Thursday on fraud charges, his lawyer spoke of his life deteriorating and his opioid addiction spiraling. But the lawyer for a family suing Murdaugh said they were 'casting a defence that doesn't exist.'
The father of a 7-year-old Michigan girl whose hair was cut by a teacher without her parents' permission has filed a US$1 million lawsuit against the school district, a librarian and a teacher's assistant.
Bahamian Prime Minister Hubert Minnis on Thursday conceded defeat in the general elections on the Atlantic island chain reeling from a surge in COVID-19 cases and slump in the tourism-dependent economy due to the pandemic.
The father of Gabby Petito, who was reported missing over the weekend, made a public plea Thursday for information on the disappearance of the Florida woman.
The prosecutor tasked with examining the U.S. government's investigation into Russian election interference charged a prominent cybersecurity lawyer on Thursday with making a false statement to the FBI.
This week, TV pop culture critic Richard Crouse reviews new movies: 'Cry Macho,' 'Copshop,' 'Blue Bayou,' and 'The Mad Woman’s Ball.'
Mayim Bialik and Ken Jennings will split 'Jeopardy!' hosting duties for the remainder of 2021.
Jane Powell, the bright-eyed, operatic-voiced star of Hollywood's golden age musicals who sang with Howard Keel in 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers' and danced with Fred Astaire in 'Royal Wedding,' has died. She was 92.
The truth of the fourth wave of COVID-19 in Canada is starkly clear inside the intensive care unit at Hamilton General, where the majority of the COVID-19 patients struggling on life support are young — and unvaccinated.
Cuba on Thursday began a massive COVID-19 vaccination campaign for children between the ages of 2 and 10, becoming one of the first nations to do so. Health officials here say Cuba's homegrown vaccines have been found safe to give to young children.
After almost two years, an unmarried woman suing for the right to freeze her eggs in Beijing is getting her case heard in court Friday in a rare legal challenge against the country's restrictions on unmarried women in reproductive health.
The federal government insists a new intelligence deal between three key allies won't diminish Canada's ability to defend its own interests in the Indo-Pacific region.
Newly elected MPs will be required to take a training course to prevent sexual harassment in their offices.
Refugee claimants and their advocates are asking the Supreme Court of Canada to review a decision that affirmed the constitutionality of a key pact between Ottawa and Washington on asylum seekers.
Dark energy, a mysterious force believed to be causing the universe to expand at an accelerated rate, may have been detected by scientists for the first time.
An app created by allies of imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny disappeared from Apple and Google stores on Friday as polls opened across Russia for three days of voting in a parliamentary election.
A trio of Chinese astronauts returned to Earth on Friday after a 90-day stay aboard their nation's first space station in China's longest mission yet.