People who work fewer hours per week are not only happier, but also more productive at their jobs, according to a large-scale pilot program in Iceland.
Mike VanNetten, a 45-year-old farmer from Ontario’s Norfolk County who’s known around town as Chicken, is back home after spending more than two months in hospital battling COVID-19.
A helicopter pilot who died last week while fighting a wildfire west of Edmonton is being remembered as a loving father and husband with a decades-long passion for flying.
Relaxed and upbeat, the Canadian women’s soccer team finishes off camp in California this week before leaving for Japan on Thursday.
The federal government is signalling plans to build an all-new high frequency rail line connecting Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City.
Rosie MacLennan and Samantha Smith have been nominated as Team Canada’s trampoline gymnastics athletes for the Tokyo Olympics, Gymnastics Canada and the Canadian Olympic Committee announced Monday.
See latest area Canada News Blog about two police officers were stabbed Monday morning while on a call in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, according to the Vancouver Police Department. View more recent details on Canada News Blog.
Members of the media are invited to attend a virtual announcement. The Honourable Daniel Vandal, Minister of Northern Affairs, will be joined by Northwest Territories Minister Paulie Chinna to make an announcement on housing.
CBC Sports’ daily newsletter gives three reasons to be optimistic about Canadian basketball even after the men’s national team’s stunning failure to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics.
On July 1, 2021, as a result of the vigilance of staff members, a package containing contraband and unauthorized items was seized in the recreation yard of the maximum security unit at Stony Mountain Institution.
In 1944, Nadia Salmaniw’s great-grandfather Wilfred Laurier Bennett faced a choice: send his children to residential school or renounce his Indigenous heritage.
The Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Foreign Affairs, today met with Mahmoud Abbas, President of the Palestinian Authority, Dr. Muhammad Shtayyeh, Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority, and Dr. Riad Malki, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of the Palestinian Authority.
The family of a 42-year-old man who died Friday while trying to rescue his dog from a cliff ledge west of Edmonton is thanking the Good Samaritans who attempted to save his life.
Anne Pommainville spent several hours in pain lying on the floor of the Hull Hospital emergency department in Gatineau because there was no bed or stretcher available, her family says. She died less than 48 hours later.
Public Services and Procurement Canada wishes to advise motorists that the Alexandra Bridge will remain open to vehicular traffic on Monday, July 5th from 7 pm to 6 am following the cancellation of a planned closure as part of the structural steel replacement project.
The Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage, will announce the successful applicant to the Call for Proposals for the Sport Support Program’s Independent Safe Sport Mechanism
Two police officers were stabbed Monday morning while on a call in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, according to the Vancouver Police Department.
The wildfire that destroyed Lytton, B.C. is just the latest vivid example of what rural communities across the country can expect as the planet continues to get hotter, the authors of a new report on climate change say.
Brian Nadler was arrested in March at Hawkesbury District and General Hospital in eastern Ontario in the death of Albert Poidinger, 89. His lawyer’s office confirmed that the doctor has been granted bail.
Oral stories from survivors and their descendants will help Saskatchewan’s George Gordon First Nation pinpoint where to search for potential unmarked graves near the Gordon’s Reserve Residential School site.
A pilot project that began four years ago with 16 bison being introduced to Banff National Park has grown to a herd of 63 healthy animals, including 16 new calves.
An exhibit that recounts over 200 years of diplomatic history with First Nations people.
Spain has restored nightlife restrictions weeks after they were lifted due to a surge in COVID-19 cases among unvaccinated young adults. On Friday, the 14-day contagion rate among those aged 20 to 29 years was nearly three times the national average.
The Lachute business will thus be able to enhance its productivity, leading to the creation of 93 jobs.
Journalist Wendy Mesley is retiring after a 38 year career in a variety of roles at the national broadcaster, including anchor of The National and her own show, The Weekly with Wendy Mesley.
Algoma Steel Inc. in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., is getting up to $420 million in federal funding to help phase out coal-fired steelmaking processes, and retrofit its operations to clean technology.
Indigenous entrepreneurs and communities in B.C. will be able to begin or expand their farming and food businesses through funding available in the next intake of the B.C. Indigenous Agriculture Development Program.
Today, the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Health, announced three new projects receiving funding through the Immunization Partnership Fund (IPF) to support vaccination efforts across Canada.
The Government of Canada launched the Immunization Partnership Fund (IPF) in 2016 to support projects that improve access to vaccines and encourage vaccine uptake. In 2020, this fund received $64 million to support projects aimed at improving vaccination coverage in Canada in three priority areas.
Some experts say some post-pandemic apprehension is to be expected after 16 months of living with COVID-19.
If you have been eagerly awaiting the return of the Blue Jays to Toronto, you might be in luck — depending on the outcome of a recent proposal, the team could come back to the city as early as July 30.
The Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Indigenous Services Canada, and Brendan Mitchell, Chief of Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation, have announced that they are ready to advance a new agreement that will allow for the reconsideration of applications for active service members of the Canadian Armed Forces, RCMP and veterans of these forces who were denied… Continue reading Canada, Federation of Newfoundland Indians and Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation to work toward a new agreement to reconsider veterans and active service members
The Honourable Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, will make an important announcement regarding support to the Romeo Dallaire Institute through the Veteran and Family Well-Being Fund.
Two astronauts made the first spacewalk outside China’s new orbital station on Sunday to install equipment.
A defence department project to extend the life of the air force’s search and rescue helicopters has hit a major snag, forcing senior officials to go back to the drawing board.
Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) is taking down its field hospital after never getting a single chance to use it.
TROIS-RIVIÈRES, QUEBEC — The Minister of Transport, Honourable Omar Alghabra, the Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, Honorable François-Philippe Champagne, the Mayor of Trois-Rivières, Jean Lamarche, and the President and Chief Executive Officer of Via Rail, Cynthia Garneau, will make an announcement on High Frequency Rail in Trois-Rivières.
$500,000 from the Veteran and Family Well-Being Fund supports VETS Canada’s Guitars for Vets.
A Nunavut woman says her 12-year-old son lost 15 pounds while waiting to have a tooth removed this year. The boy in Rankin Inlet was recently one of more than 1,000 children on the territory’s waiting list for dental surgery.
Canada’s Denis Shapovalov advanced to the quarter-finals of Wimbledon with a 6-1, 6-3, 7-5 win over Roberto Bautista Agut on Monday in London, England.