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.
Political analyst Raphael Melancon talks Legault’s controversial speech, a failed party merger in Montreal and Coderre’s candidate trouble
After Colin Powell’s death, Dr. Christopher Labos explains why some double-vaccinated people can still get very sick with COVID-19.
A powerful fall storm has led to a number of wind warnings and special weather statements on B.C.’s South Coast.
Ontario is lifting capacity limits today at restaurants, gyms, casinos and some other locations where proof of vaccination against COVID-19 is required.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has used the spectre of gnarled global supply chains in his latest bid to a bloc of Southeast Asian nations to win them over on a free trade deal.
A new bill tabled in Quebec aims to combat sexual violence in the province’s schools.
Even as the capacity limits for performance venues lift, some small venues say they still won't be able to host as many guests as they could before the pandemic.
With Halloween approaching, the Treat Accessibly campaign wants Canadians to make sure the event is accessible to children with disabilities.
A former top Saudi intelligence official who is living in exile accused Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Sunday of targeting him, and made an unprecedented public plea to the Biden administration to help obtain the release of his children jailed in Saudi Arabia.
Japan expressed concern Monday after China and Russia held a joint naval exercise in which 10 of their warships passed through international waterways between its northern and southern islands.
The European Union's executive told Poland Monday that there is 'no place for rhetoric referring to war' among EU partners, after the Polish prime minister said that for Brussels to withhold cash over rule of law issues would be like starting World War III.
A compact Hurricane Rick roared ashore along Mexico's southern Pacific coast early Monday with 105 mph (165 km/h) winds and heavy rain amid warnings of potential flash floods in the coastal mountains.
In a decision with potential ramifications across European museums, France is displaying 26 looted colonial-era artifacts for one last time before returning them home to Benin.
With Laundrie now gone and many questions still unanswered, experts say investigators could home in on crime scenes, circumstances and key items to help them answer what happened to Petito
A camera operator told authorities that Alec Baldwin had been careful with weapons on the set of the film 'Rust' before the actor shot and killed a cinematographer with a gun he'd been told was safe to use, court records released Sunday show.
Singer Ed Sheeran revealed Sunday that he has tested positive for COVID-19, a week after being seen with Prince William, the Duchess of Cabridge and actor Emma Watson.
James Michael Tyler, an actor beloved for his portrayal of Gunther on 'Friends,' died of prostate cancer on Sunday morning, his manager confirmed to Variety. He was 59.
A rise in teen girls developing 'tic-like' behaviours could be linked to TikTok, along with an increase in anxiety and depression, doctors say.
Children as young as 3 will start receiving COVID-19 vaccines in China, where 76 per cent of the population has been fully vaccinated and authorities are maintaining a zero-tolerance policy toward outbreaks.
While 82 per cent of eligible Canadians aged 12 and up are already fully vaccinated, a recent survey by Angus Reid shows only 51 per cent of parents plan to immediately vaccinate their kids when a pediatric dose becomes available.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is flying to Europe later this week touting Canada's climate plan and post-pandemic recovery progress at leaders' summits in Italy and Scotland. Trudeau's six-day trip starts with an official visit to the Netherlands for meetings with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte.
Former prime minister Jean Chretien says he is concerned about the future of Canada's economy, with inflation at a near 20-year high, saying in a wide-ranging interview with Evan Solomon, host of CTV's Question Period, that Canada is 'moving into a dark alley.'
The majority of Canadian residents who received the federal Canada Recovery Benefit were continuous or repeat recipients of the now-ended aid program, An internal government analysis reveals.
Microsoft said Monday the same Russia-backed hackers responsible for the 2020 SolarWinds breach continue to attack the global technology supply chain and have been relentlessly targeting cloud service companies and others since summer.
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen told British lawmakers Monday that the social media giant stokes online hate and extremism, fails to protect children from harmful content and lacks any incentive to fix the problems, providing strong momentum for efforts by European governments working on stricter regulation of tech giants.
A target for rich countries to provide poor nations with US$100 billion in aid each year to tackle global warming will be missed, officials said Monday, dealing a blow to the upcoming UN climate talks in Glasgow.