Lesley Chesterman says Quebec restaurant staff have seen a major impact, not only on their wallet, but also their mental health.
Concordia University professor Kyle Matthews examines what Russia’s intentions could be in Ukraine.
Counselling expert Tina Montreuil discusses COVID's impact on students.
Political science expert Bonnie Campbell discusses whether Canada is doing its part.
Sports analyst Meeker Guerrier breaks down the Habs new GM, first win in six games and other sports news.
McGill University’s Jonathan Jarry explains the Mariko Aoki phenomenon, which is the urge to go to the bathroom after entering a bookstore.
A prosecutor in Mexico said Tuesday the killing of two Canadians at a Caribbean coast resort last week was motivated by debts between international gangs apparently dedicated to drug and weapons trafficking.
Vaccine mandates for truckers have raised transportation costs -- but haven't impacted the shipment of goods to stores, the head of one of Canada's largest grocery chains says.
Quebec will allow small gatherings and restaurants can open at half capacity as of Monday as COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease.
Scammers posing as Canada Border Services Agency officials are using emails, websites, text messages and telephone calls to ask for money and personal information such as social insurance numbers.
One person has died after a crash between a horse and buggy and an SUV in Huron County, Ont. Police say the operator of the horse and buggy was taken to hospital but later pronounced dead.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the province is "very, very close" to a child-care deal with the federal government.
Anti-vaccine activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr., apologized Tuesday for suggesting things are worse for people today than they were for Anne Frank, the teenager who died in a Nazi concentration camp after hiding with her family in a secret annex in an Amsterdam house for two years.
London police said Tuesday they were investigating Downing Street lockdown parties in 2020 to determine if U.K. government officials violated coronavirus restrictions, putting further pressure on Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Hundreds of people marched through the streets of Burkina Faso's capital Tuesday in a show of support for the new military-led junta that ousted democratically elected President Roch Marc Christian Kabore and seized control of the country.
Ukraine 'will not allow anyone to impose any concessions on us' as part of efforts to de-escalate the threat of conflict with Russia, said Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba
A New York City police officer gravely wounded in a Harlem shooting that took his partner's life last week has also died of his injuries, police Commissioner Keechant Sewell said Tuesday.
North Korea on Tuesday test-fired two suspected cruise missiles in its fifth round of weapons launches this month, South Korean military officials said, as it displays its military might amid pandemic-related difficulties and a prolonged freeze in nuclear negotiations with the United States.
Neil Young, an outspoken advocate for COVID-19 safety and prevention, doesn't want his music to share a home with vaccine misinformation.
On the podcast 'Howie Mandel Does Stuff,' Mandel tells Jay Leno he should have publicly defended himself in the 'Tonight Show' rivalries of decades past, when Leno and David Letterman and then Leno and Conan O'Brien tussled over the plum job of host.
A federal jury in Atlanta has awarded US$1.25 million to Cardi B in a defamation lawsuit against a celebrity news blogger who she says posted videos falsely stating the Grammy-winning rapper used cocaine, had contracted herpes and engaged in prostitution.
A new study has found that there may be a link between discrimination and health disparities in Canada, with racialized immigrants less likely to report being in good health compared to white immigrants and white individuals born in the country.
HQ Fine Foods is recalling certain Quality fast foods brand and Hygaard Fine Foods Ltd. brand sandwiches because of a possible Listeria contamination.
Pandemic home-based quarantines effectively put women under heightened levels of control from abusive partners, advocates say.
The Canadian government has ordered family members of diplomatic staff in Ukraine to leave the country, though embassy staff will remain in place. In a statement, Global Affairs Canada said that the government has decided to 'temporarily withdraw' the children of embassy staff if they are under the age of 18, as well as family members accompanying them.
Truck drivers protesting against the vaccine mandate at the border have raised more than $4.5 million from donors around the world but the fundraising platform GoFundMe has temporarily stopped organizers from using the money.
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole is facing another challenge to his leadership. A motion passed Saturday by the board of the Alberta Foothills riding association calls for O'Toole to face an early leadership review to ensure the party is united before 'an imminent election.'
SpaceX's unmanned Dragon cargo ship successfully undocked from the International Space Station Sunday morning and is making its return to Earth.
In light of inflation and supply chain woes, Canadians are using 'food rescue apps' to reduce grocery bills and waste.
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, designed to give the world an unprecedented glimpse of infant galaxies in the early stages of the universe, arrived at its gravitational parking spot in orbit around the sun on Monday, more than a million kilometres from Earth.