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.
Psychologist Anna-Marie Tosco speaks about how to cope with anxiety and depression.
It's Fashion Week in Montreal and the message is to shop local.
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.
A man is facing child pornography and sexual assault charges in connection to a home-based daycare in Marshall, Sask.
New charges in connection to a stabbing spree in North Vancouver that killed one woman and injured six others were announced Wednesday.
The leader of Alberta's United Conservative Party and government insists he has caucus confidence, but now isn't the time to prove it.
Racism, climate change and worsening divisions among nations and cultures topped the agenda Wednesday as leaders from China to Costa Rica, from Finland to Turkey to the United Nations itself outlined reasons why the world isn't working as it should -- and what must be done quickly to fix it. Said one country's president: 'The future is raising its voice at us.'
A volley of automatic gunfire hit a car carrying a senior aide to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on Wednesday, an incident a senior official called an assassination attempt and Zelenskiy said may have been a message intended for him.
France will send its ambassador back to Washington next week after French President Emmanuel Macron and U.S. President Joe Biden agreed in a phone call Wednesday to meet next month over a submarine spat that sent relations between the longtime allies into a tailspin.
Attackers struck Taliban vehicles in an eastern Afghanistan on Wednesday, witnesses said, killing at least two fighters and three civilians in the latest violence since the group's takeover of the country in mid-August.
The black truck advertising for 'Wilmore Funeral Home' delivered that blunt and unexpected message on Sunday to football fans in downtown Charlotte as they headed to watch the Carolina Panthers play the New Orleans Saints.
A magnitude 5.9 earthquake caused slight damage in suburban Melbourne on Wednesday in an unusually powerful temblor for Australia.
Actor Willie Garson, known for his role on the 'Sex and the City' series and films, has died, according to his son, Nathen Garson. He was 57.
Canadian makeup artist and prosthetic designer Donald Mowat says he didn't let previous film and TV adaptions of 'Dune' impact his style choices in the latest version of the sci-fi epic, instead opting to make the characters his own.
Netflix says it has acquired the rights to Roald Dahl's stories and plans to create a 'unique universe' of products based on them.
U.S. President Joe Biden announced Wednesday that the United States is doubling its purchase of Pfizer's COVID-19 shots to share with the world to 1 billion doses as he embraces the goal of vaccinating 70 per cent of the global population within the next year.
A U.S. intelligence officer suffered symptoms linked to a series of suspected directed-energy attacks known as 'Havana syndrome' while travelling with CIA Director William Burns in India this month.
Haiti has its first outbreak of the fatal pig virus African swine fever in 37 years, the World Organisation for Animal Health said, fuelling concerns about the disease's spread in the Americas.
The federal Liberals may soon start feeling the pressure to move quickly on spending and tax plans, some of which the party's platform promised this fiscal year.
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.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is vowing to get 'back to work,' after being dealt a second minority government in the 2021 federal election that looks much like the one Canadians elected in 2019.
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.
NASA is splitting its human spaceflight department into two separate bodies -- one centred on big, future-oriented missions to the moon and Mars, the other on the International Space Station and other operations closer to Earth.
A 3,500-year-old clay tablet that shows parts of a Sumerian poem from the Epic of Gilgamesh is being formally handed back to Iraq after it was stolen and eventually housed in a museum in the United States.