Quebecers watched as Mayry Simon became the country’s 30th governor general and the first Indigenous person to fill the role.
The pandemic has changed how, and where, we work. But as many head back to the office, some are calling for a reduced workweek
Carleton University school of social work’s Melissa Redmond talks about drinking habits during the pandemic.
John Davids explains the goals of the Black in Quebec project he’s leading, which will collect data on the minority group in the province.
Suburban municipalities are furious they’ll have to help pay for penalties because Montreal officials cancelled the Formula E.
In 2020, the number of weddings in Quebec plunged. Wedding planner Judy Lamotte on how her profession has adapted.
New data from Statistics Canada shows that while youth unemployment has risen during the COVID-19 pandemic, finding full-time work has been increasingly precarious since the late 1980s.
When Mary Simon walks into the Senate on Monday to be installed as the country's next governor general, she will find the upper chamber sparsely populated. For Simon, there will be 44 people in attendance to view the ceremony in-person to follow public health guidelines.
Montreal police has cancelled an Amber Alert for a 16-year-old after she was found safe and sound. A suspect has been arrested and the investigation is ongoing.
On the nights Lena Harper can't sleep, she stares out a window in her home on Wasagamack First Nation hoping to one day see her granddaughter walk up the driveway. It's become a ritual for Harper since Tammy Nattaway, who was 16 at the time, vanished a year ago.
In the wake of a devastating tornado that displaced more than 100 residents in southern Ontario earlier this month, engineering experts are calling for Canada’s building codes to be updated to include more protections against the natural disasters.
A 33-year-old London, Ont. man has been charged with attempted murder following a weekend incident that saw a man severely injured after he was allegedly set on fire intentionally.
Company officials say a body has been recovered after an explosion at a German chemical plant. At least 16 people were injured and four remain missing following the accident in the western city of Leverkusen.
The leaders of North and South Korea restored suspended communication channels between them and agreed to improve ties, both governments said Tuesday, amid a 2 1/2 year-stalemate in U.S.-led diplomacy aimed at stripping North Korea of its nuclear weapons.
Thomas Barrack, a longtime ally of former U.S. President Donald Trump and chairman of the Trump 2016 Inaugural Committee, pleaded not guilty through his attorney on Monday to illegal foreign lobbying charges unveiled by the Justice Department last week.
Democrats are launching their investigation into the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol insurrection Tuesday with a focus on the law enforcement officers who were attacked and beaten as the rioters broke into the building -- an effort to put a human face on the violence of the day.
The first person to be tried under Hong Kong's sweeping national security law was found guilty of secessionism and terrorism on Tuesday.
Dozens of Afghan soldiers slipped across the border into northwestern Pakistan, the Pakistani army said Monday. The Afghan troops were fleeing after their border post was overrun, apparently by the Taliban.
Britney Spears' newly hired lawyer filed a petition Monday seeking to remove the singer's father, Jamie Spears, as conservator of her estate.
Nobel laureate Kazuo Ishiguro and Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Powers are among 13 authors in the running for the prestigious Booker Prize for fiction.
At an Olympics aiming to set the highest level of television standards, the head of broadcasting at the Tokyo Games is trying to banish overly sexualized images of female athletes.
Health experts warn that a shift in mindset and new solutions are needed as exposure to smoke from bigger wildfires becomes a regular occurrence.
Pharmaceutical company BioNTech said Monday that it wants to use the mRNA technology behind its coronavirus vaccine to target malaria.
The chief executive of the company that makes Marlboro cigarettes was quoted by Britain's Mail on Sunday as saying that the tobacco company foresaw an end to its sales of traditional cigarettes in Britain within 10 years.
Mary Simon is now officially the Governor General of Canada, after being installed in a pared-down but historic and culturally-rich ceremony. A prominent Inuk leader and former ambassador, Simon is the 30th governor general Canada has had, and is the first Indigenous person to take on the role.
In the Inuit region of Nunavik in northern Quebec, the family and friends of Canada’s newest Governor General, Mary Simon, swell with pride as they reflect on how far she’s come.
Canada's spy service closely monitored the burgeoning nationalist movement in the 1960s and '70s, poring over pamphlets, collecting reports from confidential sources and warily watching for signs of Communist infiltration, once-secret records reveal.
Researchers at Tokyo Metropolitan University have created 'tweezers of sound' that can move objects without physical contact.
WeChat is suspending all new user registrations until early August, the popular social messaging app announced on Tuesday. THe company said the suspension relates to an upgrade of security technology 'according to relevant laws and regulations.'
Jeff Bezos wants to spot NASA up to US$2 billion in a bid to reignite the battle for space between his rocket company Blue Origin and Elon Musk's SpaceX.