Sports analyst Meeker Guerrier analyzes Habs VP Jeff Gorton’s hiring and why it matters that the next GM speaks French.
McGill University’s Jonathan Jarry explains the truth behind why some people believe spending time in saunas could cure any ailment.
Thomas Mulcair explains why the Quebec Liberal Party and the Parti Québécois are trying to reinvent themselves.
The Montreal Economic Institute’s Maria Lilly Shaw explains the correlation between Quebec’s booming economy and ever rising prices.
McGill University’s Jennifer Ronholm explains what it could mean for people if antibiotics stopped working to treat infections.
Dr. Paul Le Guerrier of Montreal Public Health talks COVID-19 concerns in communities where vaccine hesitancy is high.
More residents of Merritt, B.C. were given the green light to return home after the city once again lifted flood evacuation orders.
Hamilton health officials are confirming the city’s first case of the Omicron variant.
Quebec reported 1,512 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, the largest single-day increase in several months.
COVID-19 cases in Ontario spiked above 1,000 for the second straight day on Saturday as the number of infections in the province continues to rise.
Experts are divided on whether travel is advisable in light of the Omicron variant spurring restrictions at the border and new travel bans leading into the holiday season.
An Ontario man says he has been fighting to get back $19,000 for months after making a 'simple mistake' while trying to transfer money between two of his bank accounts.
Authorities say at least 30 shots were fired, killing four students and wounding six other teenagers along with one teacher before the alleged shooter -- a student at Oxford High school -- was detained by police with rounds still in his handgun.
New York announced three more cases of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus Saturday, bringing the number of state cases linked to the new variant to eight.
China's Communist Party took American democracy to task on Saturday, sharply criticizing a global democracy summit being hosted by President Joe Biden next week and extolling the virtues of its governing system.
Britain's government tightened travel restrictions Saturday amid concerns about the spread of the omicron coronavirus variant, saying all travelers arriving in England will need to take a COVID-19 test before they board their flight.
Guns used in U.S. school shootings have often come from the homes of young perpetrators, but parents are rarely charged for the violence that occurs, experts say.
A U.S. man allegedly trying to bring a 16-year-old girl into Canada against her will was denied entry, turned back and taken into custody, Vermont State Police said in a news release.
CNN has fired anchor Chris Cuomo after details emerged about how he assisted his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, as the politician faced sexual harassment allegations earlier this year.
A tie-in to a major promotion from Canadian coffee giant Tim Hortons and singing superstar Justin Bieber has some people looking to turn a profit on the limited-edition merchandise.
'Happy Days' star Henry Winkler is auctioning off a treasure trove of costumes, props and other memorabilia from his acting career.
The Omicron variant of the virus that causes COVID-19 likely acquired at least one of its mutations by picking up a snippet of genetic material from another virus, possibly one that causes the common cold.
Outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday made what is likely her final appeal before leaving office next week for Germans to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
The World Health Organization's chief scientist told the Reuters Next conference on Friday the Omicron variant could become dominant because it is highly transmissible, but that a different vaccine may not be needed.
Canada's trade minister says the fight isn't over yet to stop the Biden administration's Buy American electric vehicle tax credit from becoming a reality. Ng was speaking from Washington, where she and a cross-party delegation of MPs were meeting with American law-makers to fight against the Buy American provision.
International Trade Minister Mary Ng says Canada still has 'runway' to work with in its effort to prevent a proposed U.S. tax credit for electric vehicles from kneecapping the auto industry north of the border.
The federal government has signed deals with Pfizer and Merck to purchase their antiviral medications, pending Health Canada approval of the products. Public Services and Procurement Minister Filomena Tassi said Ottawa has placed an initial order for one million of Pfizer's antiviral pills, and 500,000 of Merck's pills, with an option for 500,000 more.
Twitter acknowledged on Friday that a new policy it unveiled this week to protect users from harassment is being abused by malicious actors — days after journalists, left-wing activists and self-described 'sedition hunters' reported their accounts had been locked for sharing publicly available images of anti-maskers, anti-vaccine protesters and suspected Capitol insurrectionists.
Marine creatures and plants typically found in coastal regions have found new ways to survive in the open ocean by colonizing plastic pollution, scientists say.
The International Space Station had to adjust its orbit to avoid collision with a piece of debris from a U.S. rocket, the head of Russia's space agency Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, said on Friday.