Montreal researcher Dr. Ronald Postuma is studying whether sleep behaviour can be an indicator of neurodegenerative diseases like dementia.
Former PM Jean Chretien is being called out over comments on residential schools, stating he was not aware of any abuses.
Montrealers are undecided and divided this municipal election.
Humour columnist Josh Freed discusses his new book containing his writings on the pandemic.
McGill’s Jonathan Jarry on the new malaria vaccine and if it’s really the game changer people say it is.
The first French debate for Montreal mayoral candidates was a bit chaotic as they covered topics from homelessness to climate change.
A tiny majority of Albertans voted against the province adopting year-round daylight time in the referendum by Alberta’s United Conservative government.
A northern Ontario First Nation has opened up a new safe house designed to help its residents heal from abusive and dangerous situations.
The B.C. government has announced that booster shots of COVID-19 vaccine will be offered to several vulnerable groups before the end of the year, and to the broader population beginning in January.
The ancestral remains of six individuals have been returned home to Dokis First Nation in Ontario by the Field Museum in Chicago, Il., after being kept there for more than a century.
The incoming mayor of Faro, Yukon, says he can confirm there were "multiple injuries" after the RCMP said it was investigating reports of shots fired in the small community.
A long-term care facility in London, Ont. is facing charges under the Occupational Health and Safety Act after a COVID-19 outbreak that killed a registered nurse.
Law enforcement authorities are scheduled to discuss initial findings about a fatal movie-set shooting with a prop gun discharged by actor Alec Baldwin that left a cinematographer dead and the director wounded.
A new book details the vast web of dealings between Mexico’s cartels and the Canadian tech-savvy group of criminals who made up an organized crime group known as 'The Wolfpack.'
Bryan Adams is throwing a New Year's Eve bash in Vancouver this year that organizers say will be one for the history books.
As Canadian firms struggle to fill job vacancies, one advocacy group is calling on companies to increase their benefits coverage to include fertility treatments.
Indigenous and remote communities that rely on fish for sustenance shouldn’t worry about mercury levels in their food as the benefits of eating the meal outweigh the risks, according to a new study.
Two weeks after first being admitted to hospital for COVID-19, a woman from northern B.C. has delivered a baby while in a medically-induced coma.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has considerably shaken up his cabinet roster, naming new ministers to key portfolios including defence, health, foreign affairs, and environment, while adding in a handful of rookies as he forges ahead with a third mandate. Gender parity has been restored, there is new emphasis on regional development agencies. Overall there are 39 members of the new cabinet.
National Defence Minster Anita Anand says she is committed to ensuring “justice is served” in the fight against sexual misconduct in the Canadian Armed Forces. Just hours into the job, Anand says she will be relentless in her pursuit to shift the culture within the military so those in uniform feel safe, while restoring Canadians' trust in the institution.
Following Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet shuffle and the addition of a new cabinet role to address mental health, the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) is calling on the new health ministers to address the ‘health workforce crisis’ caused by pandemic burnout and stress.
For tusks to evolve, researchers found that a flexible ligament attaching the tooth to the jaw was needed, as well as reduced rates of teeth replacement -- a combination of features that today is uniquely found in modern mammals.
When a Facebook researcher suggested disabling comments on vaccine posts in March until the platform could do a better job of tackling anti-vaccine messages lurking in them, that proposal was ignored.
U.S. Senators put executives from YouTube, TikTok and Snapchat on the defensive Tuesday, questioning them about what they're doing to ensure young users' safety on their platforms.