McGill University science communicator Jonathan Jarry discusses the latest health craze on TikTok: chlorophyll water.
Dr. Christopher Labos discusses the possibility that the rise of the Delta variant will bring a fourth wave of the pandemic to Quebec.
Due to a labour shortage, iconic Little Italy grocery store Fruiterie Milano’s will close on Mondays. Mario Zaurini explains why.
The Habs’ decision to draft Logan Mailloux is one in the world of sport that has women and their supporters crying foul.
Smoggy days due to forest fires are a side effect of climate change – and one we have to get used to – according to Jill Baumgartner.
Quebecers watched as Mayry Simon became the country’s 30th governor general and the first Indigenous person to fill the role.
Emergency crews evacuated an area in the south end of Barrie, Ont., around 2 p.m. Friday to deal with explosions and a fire at a propane facility.
A B.C. utility says it's noticed a large increase in trespassing at its sites in recent years and thinks social media may be to blame.
The Ontario government is providing the clearest picture so far of what restrictions will look like once the province exits its reopening roadmap plan following the lengthy COVID-19 lockdown and masks will remain a part of the landscape.
Canada's top doctors say Alberta's decision to end isolation requirements for those who test positive for COVID-19, or who have been in close contact with someone who has, could have ripple effects across the country.
Several dozen people gathered at the McDougall Centre in Calgary over the noon hour on Friday to voice concerns about Alberta dropping mandatory health measures for COVID-19.
As New Brunswick prepares to drop virtually all of its COVID-19 restrictions Friday night, some infectious disease experts are warning the province should prepare for a surge in cases this fall because of the highly contagious Delta variant.
The first flight evacuating Afghans who worked alongside Americans in Afghanistan brought more than 200 people, scores of them children and babies in arms, to new lives in the United States on Friday, and U.S. President Joe Biden said he was proud to welcome them home.
Babysitter Terry McKirchy got a light sentence 36 years ago after pleading no contest to attempted murder for shaking 5-month-old Benjamin Dowling so severely that he suffered permanent brain damage -- weekends in jail for three months and three years probation.
Then-U.S. president Donald Trump urged senior Justice Department officials to declare the 2020 election results 'corrupt' in a December phone call, according to handwritten notes from one of the participants in the conversation.
An attack on an oil tanker linked to an Israeli billionaire killed two crew members off Oman in the Arabian Sea, authorities said Friday, marking the first fatalities after years of assaults targeting shipping in the region.
The death toll in wildfires raging in southern Turkey rose to four as fire crews on Friday battled blazes that burned down homes and forced people to evacuate villages and beach resorts.
The Justice Department, in a reversal, says the Treasury Department must provide the House Ways and Means Committee former President Donald Trump's tax returns, apparently ending a long legal showdown over the records.
One of Hollywood's biggest talent agencies on Friday hit out at the Disney movie studio in an escalating public dispute over claims by Scarlett Johansson that she had lost money over the release of her 'Black Widow' movie.
Broadway theatergoers will need to prove they've been vaccinated for COVID-19 and masks will be required when theatres reopen in the coming weeks, producers announced Friday.
Scarlett Johansson is suing the Walt Disney Co. over its streaming release of 'Black Widow,' which she said breached her contract and deprived her of potential earnings.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has expanded the emergency use authorization of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc's COVID-19 antibody cocktail, enabling its use as a preventive treatment for the illness in certain people.
Canada is headed towards a fourth wave of COVID-19 infections, but how severe of a resurgence it'll be depends on how many people are fully vaccinated, warns new national modelling released Friday. The country is seeing an increase in new COVID-19 cases, and thousands more infections are predicted if contacts aren't contained, the modelling indicates.
The Delta coronavirus variant surging across the United States appears to cause more severe illness and spread as easily as chickenpox, according to an internal document from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The federal government is tapping the brakes on its plans to phase out pandemic aid programs this summer, deciding instead to freeze benefits at current levels and extend help by an extra month beyond the previously planned end date.
Minister of Indigenous Services Marc Miller announced Friday that the federal government has reached an agreement out of court to settle class-action litigation regarding clean drinking water for First Nations communities across Canada.
Afghan interpreters trying to escape a resurgent Taliban had another challenge Thursday in seeking Canada's help: the email inbox for immigration forms stopped working.
A new study suggests that clay minerals are the cause of radar reflections below the South Pole on Mars after initially being attributed to liquid water.
A Russian space official on Friday blamed a software problem on a newly docked science lab that briefly knocked the International Space Station out of position.
British Columbia's highest court has upheld the distracted driving conviction of a man who insisted his cellphone was merely wedged between his thigh and car seat when he was stopped by police.