Portions of a military information campaign meant to influence the Canadian public during the COVID-19 pandemic continued to operate even after the defence chief ordered it shut down in the spring of 2020, CBC News has learned.
On June 22, 2021, at about 4:00 p.m., as a result of the vigilance of staff members, a package containing contraband was seized in the medium security unit at Mission Institution.
The federal government will substantially increase funding to permit Indigenous communities to search former residential school sites for unmarked graves, Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller said today.
B.C. health officials announced 75 new cases of COVID-19 and 3 more deaths on Thursday.
An unidentified former Chicago player says in a lawsuit against the team that a then-assistant coach sexually assaulted him during the team’s 2010 Stanley Cup playoff run, and that the team did nothing after he informed a now-retired employee.
Nunavut Premier Joe Savikataaq is among those in the North calling for apologies, accountability and ‘meaningful, quality’ reparations after a preliminary finding of 751 unmarked graves at a cemetery near a former residential school in Saskatchewan.
Colonization meant Indigenous territories were destroyed in order to make way for settlers. Senaqwila Wyss shares how that history is imperative to understand Indigenous worldviews and culture.
Canada and the United States share one of the longest-standing, closest relationships in the world. It is built on shared geography, values, and interests and on people-to-people ties and deeply integrated supply chains. As both countries finish the fight against COVID-19 and work toward a strong, sustainable, inclusive recovery, the ongoing collaboration and strength of… Continue reading Minister Ng meets with members of U.S. Congress on strengthening Canada-United States trade relations
CBC Sports’ daily newsletter breaks down what the national swimming trials taught us about Canada’s medal chances in Tokyo.
Visitors come to Atlantic Canada to experience its rich seafaring history and beautiful coastal communities. That is why the Government of Canada is investing in key public infrastructure along the Lunenburg waterfront to help position the local tourism industry for a strong, swift recovery.
Guitarist and blues singer Ellen McIlwaine passed away on Wednesday at the age of 75, and for Alberta’s music community, it’s the loss of a legend.
From sunset to 1 a.m., the colours of the fleur-de-lis will adorn Samuel De Champlain Bridge to celebrate the Fête nationale du Québec.
The Honourable Seamus O’Regan Jr., Minister of Natural Resources, and Jennifer Granholm, the United States Secretary of Energy, participated in today’s signing ceremony of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on energy cooperation. The Canadian and United States portions of the North American Renewables Integration Study (NARIS) were also released today.
An unusually aggressive coyote that was believed to be responsible for several attacks on people in a far northwest Calgary neighbourhood has been destroyed.
Ontario is moving into the next phase of its reopening plan next Wednesday, with more outdoor activities permitted and some indoor services allowed with capacity limits and masking rules in place. Here’s a look at what’s permitted under Step 2.
Today, the Honourable Hedy Fry, Member of Parliament, on behalf of the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Health, announced funding to the Dr. Peter Centre to increase COVID-19 vaccine confidence and address barriers to vaccination among communities disproportionately affected by COVID-19.
Both Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto and Woodbine Mohawk Park in Campbellville, Ont., will allow spectators at 25 per cent capacity starting Canada Day (July 1).
Canada’s Vasek Pospisil lost 6-4, 6-4 to No. 2 seed Alex de Minaur of Australia in quarter-final play at the Viking International on Thursday.
Members of the media are invited to attend an important virtual event regarding critical infrastructure in the Winkler and Stanley area of Manitoba.
Yesterday, the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, joined Square Canada’s round table to discuss the Government of Canada’s ongoing support for women entrepreneurs and business owners as we start to emerge from the pandemic.
With less than a month to go until the Olympics, Kim Gaucher may be forced to choose between her life’s work and her future. Gaucher, 37, gave birth to her daughter Sophie two months ago and is still breast-feeding. However, family members of athletes are barred from attending the Tokyo Olympics due to the pandemic.
Government of Canada officials will host a media technical briefing on the terrorist listings process.
Yesterday, the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, spoke with Hiroshi Kajiyama, Japan’s Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry.
Police are looking for a suspect after a man attacked two women wearing hijabs, knocking one unconscious and assaulting the second at knifepoint in St. Albert, Alta., on Wednesday.
On June 24, 2021, Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, issued the following statement on COVID-19.
Nearly all COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. now are in people who weren’t vaccinated, a staggering demonstration of how effective the shots have been and an indication that deaths per day — currently down to under 300 — could be practically zero if everyone eligible got the vaccine.
Students at the University of Waterloo will soon be able to ride to class in style — on a driverless shuttle dubbed the “WATonoBus.”
Today, the Honourable Larry Bagnell, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages (Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency) and Member of Parliament for Yukon, announced that an investment of up to $1.65 million will be going to the territories to encourage people to shop locally and support businesses in their community as… Continue reading PS Bagnell announces Shop Local investment benefiting small businesses in the territories
The Cumberland North MLA is no longer a member of the Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative caucus, and Leader Tim Houston says she is also be barred from running for the party in future elections.
Today, the Honourable Joyce Murray, Minister of Digital Government and Member of Parliament for Vancouver Quadra, announced that an investment of up to $5.5 million will be going to British Columbia to encourage people to shop locally and support businesses in their community as they reopen. This will help businesses stay open so they can… Continue reading Minister Murray announces Shop Local investment benefiting small businesses in British Columbia
This week on Team Canada Today, Andi Petrillo breaks down Canada’s skateboard team and what the expectations are around the sport’s Olympic debut.
Today, the Honourable Jim Carr, Minister and Special Representative for the Prairies and Member of Parliament for Winnipeg South Centre, and Terry Duguid, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages (Western Economic Diversification Canada) and Member of Parliament for Winnipeg South, announced that an investment of up to $7.2 million will… Continue reading Minister Carr and PS Duguid announce Shop Local investment benefiting small businesses across the Prairies
The Honourable Seamus O’Regan, Minister of Natural Resources and Member of Parliament for St. John’s South — Mount Pearl, will participate in a Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada plaque unveiling ceremony to commemorate the national historic significance of the Newfoundland National War Memorial.
An appeals court suspended Rudy Giuliani from practising law in New York state because he made false statements while trying to get courts to overturn Donald Trump’s loss in the presidential race.
In response to the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic in South Asia, Canada is delivering additional COVID-19-related medical supplies to Pakistan and Nepal.
Luxury parka maker Canada Goose said on Thursday it would stop making its products with fur by the end of 2022. The move comes after years of backlash over its use of coyote fur.
Today, the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, spoke with Celeste Drake, Director of Made in America in the White House’s Office of Management and Budget, as well as with labour leaders from Canada and the United States, about reinforcing the thriving economic relationship between Canada and the United… Continue reading Minister Ng speaks with Made in America Director Celeste Drake
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today the pain and grief Indigenous communities are feeling after a preliminary report of 751 unmarked graves found near a former residential school in Saskatchewan is “Canada’s responsibility to bear.”
The second semifinal game of women’s volleyball will showcase USA going head to head with Turkey from Rimini, Italy.
A potentially record-breaking heat wave forecast for B.C. this weekend spells particular danger for people living on the streets, advocacy groups say, as they rally resources to provide shelter and water.