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.
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.
A 15-year-old boy is dead and six other teens have been airlifted to Toronto trauma centres after a pickup truck lost control and flipped north-east of Toronto.
The Canadian Armed Forces says its members have arrived in Nunavut's capital to assist with the city's ongoing water emergency.
A new website created by care providers, medical experts and parents who have lost their children is aiming to support and provide resources for families struggling with palliative care for a child.
Canadians plan to spend more on holiday shopping and visit more brick-and-mortar stores compared to last year, a new Retail Council of Canada survey has found.
Military forces detained at least five senior Sudanese government figures on Monday, officials said, as the country's main pro-democracy group called on people to take to the streets to counter an apparent military coup.
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
South Korea's president said Monday he'll keep striving to promote peace with North Korea through dialogue until the end of his term next May, after Pyongyang raised animosities with a resumption of provocative weapons tests.
A judge may decide at a hearing Monday whether use-of-force experts can testify at Kyle Rittenhouse's trial
The Caribbean island of Puerto Rico -- in recent years pummelled by deadly hurricanes, rocked by earthquakes, beset by political unrest and saddled by debt -- has quietly managed to outpace even New England states with the highest vaccination rates in the U.S.
German police said on Sunday they had stopped more than 50 far-right vigilantes armed with pepper spray, a bayonet, a machete and batons who were trying to patrol the Polish border to stop migrants from entering the country.
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.
An assistant director on the film set of 'Rust' was the subject of complaints over safety and his behaviour on set during two productions in 2019
Denis Villeneuve's 'Dune' debuted with US$40.1 million in ticket sales in its opening weekend in North America, drawing a large number of moviegoers to see the thundering sci-fi epic on the big screen despite it also being available to stream in homes.
Canadian tech entrepreneur and venture capitalist Sanjay Singhal gives $5 million to help launch a new psychedelic psychotherapy research centre for mental health at Toronto’s University Health Network.
A rise in teen girls developing 'tic-like' behaviours could be linked to TikTok, along with an increase in anxiety and depression, doctors say.
U.S. health officials may have solved the mystery of how four people in different states came down with a serious tropical disease even though none had traveled internationally: an aromatherapy spray imported from India.
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.
For Blake Desjarlais, becoming an MP wasn’t something he thought he'd pursue. But now, after connecting with the NDP ahead of the 2021 federal election, he's made history as Canada's first openly two-spirit member of Parliament.
A 2.5 billion-year-old ruby was discovered to have carbon residue, which researchers say was once ancient life.
Archaeologists say they have discovered hundreds of Mayan artifacts, including ceramic vessels and burial sites, along the route of a train construction project in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.
Facebook in India has been selective in curbing hate speech, misinformation and inflammatory posts, particularly anti-Muslim content, according to leaked documents obtained by The Associated Press, even as its own employees cast doubt over the company's motivations and interests.