Marie Sophie L'Heureux, a domestic violence survivor, is cycling to raise awareness of an often hidden tragedy.
Concordia economics professor Moshe Lander on the future of downtown, which is facing an unusually quiet summer.
Michel Audette, former commissioner for the Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, talks about her appointment to the Senate.
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.
RCMP officers found two men suffering from gunshot wounds on a busy commercial street on Saturday evening.
At a minute past midnight Sunday, more COVID-19 restrictions in Quebec were lifted including how late bars and restaurants could serve alcohol and festival capacities.
Delia Opekokew, who was the first Indigenous women to be admitted to the bar in both Saskatchewan and Ontario, reflects on her journey as both an advocate for residential school survivors and a survivor herself.
British Columbia is reporting a slight increase in the number of active wildfires but cooler temperatures and forecasts of rain could bring some relief.
Aug. 1 marks Canada's first federally recognized Emancipation Day, the day in which the British Empire ended the practice of slavery for close to a million African people and their descendants across the former colonies.
Ontario pharmacists say thousands of doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine are set to expire soon and they warn the supply could go to waste if people don't show up to get a shot.
A man was charged with murder Friday for allegedly beheading a woman while they were in a car in traffic in suburban Minneapolis.
Prominent Hong Kong singer and pro-democracy activist Anthony Wong was arrested by the city's anti-corruption watchdog Monday over accusations that he broke the law by singing at a political rally three years ago.
U.S. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy joked at a Saturday night event that it "will be hard not to hit" House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with the speaker's gavel if Republicans take control of the chamber in the 2022 midterms and he becomes speaker.
More than 300 people died in recent flooding in central China, authorities said Monday, three times the previously announced toll.
One year later, every moment of the day of the Beirut blast remains engrained in the minds of those who lived through it. Many still struggle with the physical and psychological trauma.
The powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un warned Sunday that next month's annual military drills between South Korean and U.S. troops will undermine prospects for better ties between the Koreas, just days after the rivals reopened their long-dormant communication channels.
Jay Pickett, a veteran soap opera actor best known for his roles on 'General Hospital,' 'Days of Our Lives' and 'Port Charles,' has died. He was 60.
Despite growing concerns over the Delta variant, 'Jungle Cruise' still drew moviegoers out to theaters during the film's opening weekend to sail atop the North American box office.
Rapper DaBaby was cut from Lollapalooza's closing lineup following crude and homophobic remarks he made last week at a Miami-area music festival.
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.
A new study has found differences in which COVID-19 symptoms are experienced shortly after infection based on age and sex.
According to the WHO, some 85 per cent of vaccines have been administered by rich countries. In contrast, 85 per cent of the world's 26 million refugees live in developing countries struggling to vaccinate even the most vulnerable.
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.
An extraordinary set of handwritten notes by Canada's acting defence chief appear to reveal a behind-the-scenes struggle between due process, political optics and support for the complainant after a sexual misconduct allegation emerged against Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin.
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.
New research spanning more than 200 years of observations shows that polar bears use rocks and blocks of ice to kill walruses.
Zoom Video Communications agreed to pay US$85 million and bolster its security practices to settle a lawsuit claiming it violated users' privacy rights by sharing personal data with Facebook, Google and LinkedIn, and letting hackers disrupt Zoom meetings in a practice called Zoombombing.
Park volunteers patrolling a beach in South Carolina on Wednesday stumbled upon an unexpected surprise: a two-headed baby sea turtle.