Dr. Caroline Quach weighs in on the case of a Montreal elementary school closed this week after an outbreak.
Only 58 per cent of Canadian voters showed up this election. Tom Mulcair discusses what it means for the future.
Director of McGill Institute for the Study of Canada Daniel Beland weighs in on the election results.
Political analyst Daniel Beland on the biggest moments in this year’s election.
Electric vehicle show in Montreal introduces those keen on fighting climate change an option to drive in.
Dr. Christopher Labos breaks down how rapid testing in schools will change the fourth wave of COVID-19.
The United Conservative Party says it will be moving up its annual general meeting in 2022 from the fall to the spring, and it's Jason Kenney's idea to do so.
On the day restrictions were lifted at Vancouver's Stanley Park, two people were allegedly caught feeding the coyotes that prompted the park's overnight closure.
Aissatou Diallo, 44, has been found not guilty on all charges of dangerous driving.
Premier Doug Ford welcomed the launch of COVID-19 vaccine certificates in Ontario, saying the system is essential to prevent the province from entering into another lockdown.
Three workers have died after an explosion Monday at the Bois Ouvré plant in Beauceville.
The former Liberal candidate elected in Spadina- Fort York has confirmed he intends to represent the riding in Ottawa despite calls for him to step aside after a past allegation of sexual assault came to light.
A couple from Louisiana who were vacationing in Jackson, Wyoming, last month said Wednesday they saw an incident involving Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie in a restaurant in one of the last sightings of Petito before her death.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday announced that the state has put out a revised rule which follows a 'symptom-based approach' to quarantining students, meaning asymptomatic children exposed to COVID-19 in classrooms could be sent back to school by parents.
How Haitian migrants, would-be refugees fleeing an island nation that is rocked by political instability and economic depression, converged at once at the U.S.-Mexico border in a specific spot in Texas is complicated.
Hundreds of thousands of white flags covering 80,000 square metres of the National Mall in Washington, D.C., have been planted in memory of the lives lost to COVID-19 in the U.S..
Croatian police said Wednesday they have established the identity of a woman who was found in a remote area on a northern Adriatic island with no recollection of who she was or where she came from.
The bitter custody battle over a 6-year-old boy who survived a cable car crash in Italy inched forward in Israel on Thursday with a hearing in family court.
Britney Spears said in a court filing Wednesday that she agrees with her father that the conservatorship that has controlled her life and money since 2008 should be terminated.
Taking center stage in a prestigious Spanish film festival to receive a top career award, actor Johnny Depp presented himself as a victim of the 'cancel culture' that, he said, has spread across the cinema industry.
Melvin Van Peebles, the groundbreaking playwright, musician and movie director whose work ushered in the 'Blaxploitation' wave of the 1970s and influenced filmmakers long after, has died. He was 89.
Windsor hospitals have suspended dozens of employees without pay because they are not vaccinated against COVID-19.
The U.S. moved a step closer Wednesday to offering booster doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to senior citizens and others at high risk from the virus as the Food and Drug Administration signed off on the targeted use of extra shots.
Scientists have found evidence of a resistant form of malaria in Uganda, a worrying sign that the top drug used against the parasitic disease could ultimately be rendered useless without more action to stop its spread.
The Trudeau Liberals may soon start feeling the pressure to move quickly on spending and tax plans, buoyed by a more optimistic outlook for federal finances and an electorate the parties have said is eager to see more policy-making than politicking.
While the People's Party of Canada did not manage to gain any seats this federal election, its accruing of the popular vote has experts saying the rise of the far-right populist party cannot be ignored.
Bloc Quebecois Leader Yves-Francois Blanchet is calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to convene a summit with his provincial and territorial counterparts to discuss federal health transfers.
Astronomers say they have solved the mystery of why some of the oldest and largest galaxies in the universe suddenly stopped growing billions of years ago.
Intel Corp Chief Executive Pat Gelsinger plans to attend a virtual White House meeting on the global chip shortage on Thursday, along with representatives from companies including Apple, Microsoft, Samsung Electronics, GM, Ford and Stellantis, people familiar with the matter said.
A U.S.-based private cybersecurity company said Wednesday it has uncovered evidence that an Indian media conglomerate, a police department and the agency responsible for the country's national identification database have been hacked, likely by a state-sponsored Chinese group.