With just weeks until a possible election call, a new survey says Canadian political parties are holding steady in terms of voter support.
A recent triple homicide in Montreal has drawn widespread condemnation, former Montreal police inspector André Durocher shares his thoughts.
Old Brewery Mission president and CEO James Hughes on what a vaccine passport could mean for Montreal’s homeless.
A special pop-up stall is offering a variety of menus with an eye toward giving more visibility to Black and Indigenous chefs.
Dr. Donald Vinh is an infectious disease specialist at the MUHC
Marie Sophie L'Heureux, a domestic violence survivor, is cycling to raise awareness of an often hidden tragedy.
Manitoba is taking another step toward fully reopening as the province announced new public health orders will be coming into effect, allowing more businesses to reopen and lifting the province’s mandatory mask mandate.
The Ontario government has revealed their highly anticipated back-to-school plan, which allows for all students to return to the classroom in-person this September.
About 9,000 Canadian Border Service Agency workers are preparing to begin job action across the country on Friday and say travellers should expect long lineups and lengthy delays at border crossings and airports.
Unvaccinated children will not face any different rules than their vaccinated peers within the school setting this September, the Ontario government says.
The Baffin Island community of Qikiqtarjuaq will see a deepwater port built in its community after decades of lobbying the federal government.
The number of COVID-19 cases caused by the Delta variant is doubling every seven to 10 days in British Columbia, experts say. COVID-19 cases in B.C. continued their upward march as the province reported more than 700 infections Tuesday over a four-day period.
An Indiana woman is accused of killing her husband, dismembering his body and placing his remains in a tote with the assistance of her minor children, according to court records.
Banks, businesses and government offices were shuttered Wednesday as Lebanon marks one year since the horrific explosion at the port of Beirut with a national day of mourning.
The hijackers who captured a vessel off the coast of the United Arab Emirates in the Gulf of Oman departed the targeted ship on Wednesday, the British navy reported, as recorded radio traffic appeared to reveal a crew member onboard saying Iranian gunmen had stormed the asphalt tanker.
Coast guard vessels helped with evacuations Wednesday on the Greek island of Evia, where residents escaping wildfires fled to a beach for safety. Fire crews across the country struggled amid a record heat wave to contain new blazes, including one near the birthplace of the ancient Olympic Games.
Three rockets were fired from Lebanon into Israeli territory Wednesday and the army responded with sustained artillery fire, Israel's military said. There was no immediate information on damages or casualties.
Lightning killed at least 16 people who were traveling to a wedding party in western Bangladesh and injured several others, including the groom, an official said.
Actor John Corbett has revealed that he and partner Bo Derek married at a secret ceremony in December.
To mark her 40th birthday, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has launched a mentorship program to support women getting back into the workforce after the pandemic.
Filming of the Last of Us — the largest-ever production in Canada— has begun in the Calgary area, which is part of nearly $1 billion in productions attracted by the Film and Television Tax Credit, Premier Jason Kenney said Tuesday.
Fully-vaccinated people have an around 50 to 60% reduced risk of infection from the Delta coronavirus variant, including those who are asymptomatic, a large English coronavirus prevalence study found on Wednesday.
A new report has ranked Canada's health system second last, ahead of the United States, when comparing 11 high-income countries.
Canada's street supply of opioids is becoming increasingly toxic, unpredictable and contaminated thanks to ultra-potent and deadly mixtures of fentanyl, prompting renewed calls for safe supply programs that could help regain control of the drug supply.
Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller says he is concerned provinces that are lifting COVID-19 restrictions could lead to a Delta-driven fourth wave among Indigenous people.
Behind the scenes, federal political parties are finalizing campaign plans in anticipation of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calling an election this month. But, with the latest national modelling warning that the country may be on the verge of a fourth wave of COVID-19 infections, Canadians and the opposition parties are expressing concerns about hitting the trail.
The federal Conservatives raised roughly twice as much money as the Liberals in the first half of 2021, lending them a cash advantage ahead of a likely fall election. Elections Canada filings show the Tories raked in $13.6 million in the first six months of the year versus $6.8 million for the Grits.
The Inca citadel of Machu Picchu in Peru was occupied from around 1420-1530 AD, several decades earlier than previously thought, according to a new study.
A galactic sibling rivalry is taking place millions of light-years away, and the Hubble Space Telescope has captured it in a stunning image.
A Laurentian University professor may soon be entered into the history books for her find that's being described as potentially 'the oldest fossil record of animal life.'