Quebec’s Health Department says the Montreal Canadiens have made a request to increase capacity during home games at the Bell Centre.
Akim Aliu has been pushing for change in the sport since 2019. He teamed up with eight other NHLers last June to form the Hockey Diversity Alliance. The group’s goal is to “eradicate racism and intolerance in hockey.” As the group hits the one-year anniversary mark, Aliu thinks it has made a difference.
Health Canada has completed its quality review of the shipment of Janssen vaccines that are currently in quarantine.
Today, the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Environment and Climate Change, on behalf of the Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, the Honourable Josie Osborne, British Columbia’s Minister of Municipal Affairs, and His Worship Mike Little, Mayor of the District of North Vancouver, announced funding to redesign Deep Cove’s village core along Lower… Continue reading Canada and British Columbia invest in redesigning Deep Cove’s village core along Lower Gallant Avenue
The Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, spoke yesterday with Kim Yong Gan, Minister for Trade and Industry, Singapore.
Italy waited a long time for this European Championship to start and then showed Friday just how eager the team was to play the tournament opener. Roberto Mancini’s team began its first major international tournament in five years with a convincing 3-0 win over Turkey.
The Toronto Raptors say forward Pascal Siakam will miss approximately five months after he underwent surgery last week to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder.
Andy Anderson of White Rock, B.C., Matt Berger of Kamloops, B.C., and Micky Papa of Vancouver will represent Canada when skateboarding makes its debut at the 2020 Tokyo Games.
Sean McQuillan, his wife, their two children and two pugs slept soundly Thursday night as two black bears rummaged through the family’s SUV in Coquitlam, B.C. Despite a flurry of calls from neighbours and the police, the family knew nothing until morning.
CBC Sports’ daily newsletter anticipates a big stretch for Canada’s national basketball teams, starting with the women’s AmeriCup and culminating with the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan is calling on world leaders to crack down on online hate and extremism following the deadly truck attack in London, Ont. — now being investigated by authorities as a possible act of terror.
The head of the Roman Catholic Church in Halifax says he’s willing to work with other church leaders across the country to ask the Pope to apologize to survivors of residential schools.
Alberta’s government has streamlined its Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) grant process to make it easier for producers to access grants.
Today, on behalf of the Minister of Transport, the Honourable Omar Alghabra, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Transport and Member of Parliament for Hochelaga, Soraya Martinez Ferrada, highlighted that Université du Québec à Rimouski is receiving $100,000 in funding under the Clean Transportation System Research and Development Program.
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal today initiated a preliminary injury inquiry into a complaint by Max-Atlas Equipment International Inc., of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, that it has suffered injury as a result of the dumping and subsidizing of certain container chassis originating in or exported from the People’s Republic of China. The Tribunal’s inquiry is conducted pursuant… Continue reading Tribunal Initiates Inquiry—Certain Container Chassis from China
The teenager who pulled out her cellphone and recorded the police restraint and death of George Floyd, helping to launch a global movement to protest racial injustice, was awarded a special citation by the Pulitzer Prizes on Friday.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau consulted with Queen Elizabeth today about the process for selecting the next governor general of Canada, months after Julie Payette’s resignation.
People’s Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier was handcuffed and put in the back of an RCMP vehicle after attending a rally against COVID-19 restrictions in St-Pierre-Jolys, Man., on Friday afternoon.
“Today marks the 13th anniversary of the Statement of Apology to Former Students of Residential Schools for the harms they suffered by their forced participation at residential schools. We acknowledge that this colonial policy caused harm to Survivors and their families that was so severe that the intergenerational impacts still reverberate and shake communities today.
The number of fully vaccinated Canadians is slowly rising and all levels of government are under pressure to start outlining which restrictions can be lifted for those who’ve gotten their second doses — and how they’ll be expected to prove it.
Nahanni National Park Reserve Management Plan Tabled in Parliament
The committee focused discussions on leveraging the OGP platform to advance COVID-19 response recovery reforms, and how members can work towards a stronger global coalition of governments to advance Open Government in 2021.
Remarks from the Chief Public Health Officer on COVID-19, June 11, 2021
After months of mostly bad news, Canada’s chief public health officer said today the country’s COVID-19 trajectory has improved dramatically and an anticipated flood of doses should put the country “on the path back to the things we miss.”
The public is encouraged to attend the following events to mourn and pay tribute to Muslim family members who lost their lives in last weekend’s attack in London, Ont., as well as show their support.
John Molinaro joins Signa Butler to talk about Canada’s run in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying, how they stack up against Haiti and where Alphonso Davies should play
Members of the media are invited to attend an important infrastructure event with the Honourable Catherine McKenna, Federal Minister of Communities and Infrastructure; the Honourable David J. McGuinty, Member of Parliament for Ottawa South; Jeremy Roberts, Member of Provincial Parliament for Ottawa West—Nepean, on behalf of the Honourable Laurie Scott, Ontario’s Minister of Infrastructure; His… Continue reading Media Advisory – Ottawa, Ontario
Canada had its chances but had to settle with a 0-0 draw with the Czech Republic in a women’s soccer friendly Friday.
Royal Caribbean Group and Carnival Corporation will push ahead with a return to cruises this summer despite two guests onboard Royal Caribbean’s Celebrity Millennium ship testing positive for COVID-19.
Canada’s Erica Wiebe earned a bronze medal in her 76-kilogram match at the Poland Open in Warsaw, the final ranking series event of the year.
The Government of Canada is committed to maintaining the integrity of its infrastructure, while ensuring the safety of its bridge users.
After a decade in coaching, including the past seven years as a Columbus assistant, Larsen was introduced Friday as the Blue Jackets’ new coach.
Stefanos Tsitsipas went from way ahead to suddenly stuck in a five-set struggle against Alexander Zverev at the French Open on Friday before emerging to earn his first berth in a Grand Slam final.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced his country will contribute 100 million doses to the international campaign before the end of the year, stepping up pressure on Canada and other countries to contribute.
An on-site investigation and audit of paperwork by fishery officers from Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s (DFO) Conservation and Protection Aquaculture Unit led to a guilty plea and $10,000 in fines for Keith Chui, a commercial clam fish harvester who co-owns an area aquaculture licence.
Public Services and Procurement Canada wishes to advise motorists that the Alexandra Bridge is scheduled to reopen on June 14, 2021, at 6 am.
The new policy erects another roadblock for Coalspur Mines and its Vista mine expansion near Hinton, Alta., the only such mine in Canada currently before regulators.
Montreal’s Felix Auger-Aliassime is through to the semifinals of the Stuttgart Open after posting a 7-6 (5), 7-6 (8) win over France’s Ugo Humbert on Friday.
Minister Chagger Marks Important Milestone Toward Canada’s first LGBTQ2 Action Plan
To save the planet, the world needs to tackle the crises of climate change and species loss together, taking measures that fix both and not just one, United Nations scientists said.