While many events have moved online, the Quebec government's decision this week to once again OK festivals -- with a new 250-person limit and social distancing rules -- has others cautiously moving forward with scaled-down versions, which they say may have to be the reality for some time.
The plane swayed violently as it approached a hilltop runway drenched in monsoon rain, and moments later the special return flight for Indians stranded abroad by the pandemic skidded off, nosedived and cracked in two, leaving 18 dead and more than 120 injured.
Of the students who will be doing classes online next semester, science students will feel the change the most with the loss of labs. But Concordia profs have now designed a solution -- a to-go lab kit.
Artturi Lehkonen scored with 4:11 left in the third period and Shea Weber iced it with an empty-netter as the Montreal Canadiens upset Pittsburgh 2-0 to secure a berth in the first round of the NHL playoffs.
Francois Legault's CAQ government has met with both the English and French parents committees and the government will go ahead with school service centre board of directors (formerly commissioners) elections Nov. 1.
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland has begun detailing Canada's plans to hit back with $3.6 billion in countermeasures on a 'broad and extensive list' of aluminum products in response to U.S. President Donald Trump imposing new tariffs on Canadian aluminum. She said Canada's intent is to have the 'strongest possible impact in the United States.'
Racialized workers had an unemployment rate more than one-and-a-half times white workers last month, jobs data released Friday showed, as Statistics Canad for the first time put a figure on a widening inequality gap being exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are currently 161 tenant households still without homes in the Montreal area according to rights group le Front d’action populaire en reamenagement urbain (FRAPRU), a situation its spokesperson says has never been seen before.
A massive explosion rocked Beirut on Tuesday, flattening much of the city's port and damaging buildings across the capital. To better understand the devastating impact of the blast, CTVNews.ca breaks down how widespread the damage would have been if the explosion happened in cities across Canada.
A new petition has garnered nearly 8,000 signatures of parents demanding Quebec accommodate families that can’t take the health risk of sending kids back to physical classes. Some parents are also threatening a lawsuit if remote teaching is not offered.
People are getting sick and even dying after swallowing hand sanitizer, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday. Four died and others have suffered impaired vision or seizures, the CDC says.
Quebec’s plan to train up 10,000 orderlies may fill the staffing needs in long-term care homes, but it's creating a shortage of home health aides, which in turn will create a vicious cycle, say advocates.
Months after welcoming friends and family members, including grandparents, back into your social bubble, experts say you may have to reconsider who your children have close contact with once they go back to school due to the risk of COVID-19.
The crown prince of Saudi Arabia sent a hit squad to Canada in an effort to hunt down and kill a former top intelligence official who knows too much, a civil suit filed Thursday in court in the United States asserts.