Premier Doug Ford’s government will announce its new plan for lifting more of Ontario’s COVID-19 public health restrictions next week, CBC News has learned.
The Canadian military has postponed the appointment of its next commander of the army because the man selected for the role is being investigated for misconduct.
A Calgary-based street pastor, his brother and an anti-mask café owner have been fined, put on probation and ordered by a judge that they must also preach science if they continue to rail against COVID-19 public health rules.
As the U.S. reopens its border, some Americans are asking: Can Canada relax its testing requirement for vaccinated travellers?
Intimate photos that provide a rare window into the lives of polar bears, birds and insects have earned several Canadians recognition in this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards.
That drone carried a pair of lungs 1.5 kilometers across downtown Toronto in what University Health Network believes was a world-first delivery that saved the life of Alain Hodak, 63, who was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis.
The organization that represents Inuit in Nunavut claims the territorial government is discriminating against Inuit, by not offering education in Inuktut to the same degree as English and French.
Ottawa, ON – The Government of Canada is committed to renewing its relationship with Indigenous peoples. To this end, Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) continues to work with First Nations across the Maritimes and the Gaspé region of Quebec on the ongoing implementation of their Treaty right to fish in pursuit of a moderate livelihood… Continue reading Interim understanding reached that will see Bear River and Annapolis Valley First Nations members fishing in pursuit of a moderate livelihood
The Nunavut government is stepping in to help Iqaluit after the city declared a state of emergency Tuesday due to its fuel-contaminated water supply.
Canadian forward Jordyn Huitema scored three goals in 17 minutes Wednesday to help Paris Saint-Germain defeat Ukraine’s WFC Kharkiv 5-0 in UEFA Women’s Champions League group play.
Several people were killed and others were injured by a man using a bow and arrows to carry out attacks in the Norwegian town of Kongsberg on Wednesday, local police said.
The World Health Organization has formed a scientific advisory group to further investigate the origins of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19, and how humans became infected with it.
The endangered orcas are not suffering from a shortage of chinook salmon to feed on in the Salish Sea, according to a new study from the University of British Columbia.
The Government of Canada welcomes the news that the U.S. is opening its land border to vaccinated Canadian travelers starting in November.
CBSA vehicle examination at Ambassador Bridge leads to seizure of suspected cocaine and RCMP charges
Canadian Blood Services is taking the first steps to allowing gay and bisexual men who have sex with men — which it calls the gbMSM community — to donate blood plasma, starting in the test cities of Calgary and London, Ont.
Canada Post has revealed a new commemorative stamp honouring late acting legend Christopher Plummer who died in February at age 91.
Alberta Health Services says pediatric patients will receive care even if Alberta’s intensive care units are stretched beyond capacity.
Quebec Health Minister Christian Dubé announced health-care workers will have 30 more days to get adequately vaccinated. The original deadline was Friday.
The White House said Wednesday it has helped broker an agreement for the Port of Los Angeles to become a 24-hour, seven-days-a-week operation, part of an effort to relieve supply chain bottlenecks and move stranded container ships that are driving prices higher for U.S. consumers.
Canada’s special envoy on preserving holocaust remembrance and combatting antisemitism is now a permanent role, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday.
An ongoing shortage of microchips that has eaten into the supply of everything from cars to toys is finally starting to hit the supply of iPhones.
Four artists want to change what’s been a traditionally male-dominated field.
The European Union will seek a ban on tapping new oil, coal and gas deposits in the Arctic, according to a just-published proposal.
A significant change in leadership under new-ish head coach Darryl Sutter make the Calgary Flames a team in transition heading into the 2021-22 season.
Ottawa Senators general manager Pierre Dorion has officially declared the rebuild over in the nation’s capital. Now the question remains whether or not the pieces he put in place are ready to take the next step.
Hit South Korean show Squid Game has officially become Netflix’s biggest original series launch, the streaming service said on Wednesday.
Today, the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, concluded successful meetings with her counterparts at the G20 Trade and Investment Ministerial Meeting in Sorrento, Italy.
Cindy Tye is still receiving congratulations 2 weeks after being named head coach.
The inflation rate rose to a 13-year high in September as rising costs for food and shelter pushed the rate up to 5.4 per cent.
A bat-infested roof might make a perfect turnkey haunted house for Halloween enthusiasts, but for an unsuspecting B.C. couple, it provoked a strong case of buyer’s remorse.
Wisps of green light danced across the night sky as a display of aurora borealis was visible across Manitoba on Monday.
Windy weather over the course of October is pushing storm petrels further inland than usual, leading to thousands being rescued in some unexpected places.
Three Toronto-area teachers who’ve chosen to buy and wear N95-style masks in the classroom say they’ve been threatened with disciplinary action because only board-issued but less-protective blue surgical masks are allowed.
A new office dedicated to hiring health-care workers in Nova Scotia needs to take immediate action to address employees who feel overworked and undervalued if it hopes to fill hundreds of vacancies, say union leaders representing paramedics and nurses in the province.
Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise pedestrians that the stairway on the west escarpment of Parliament Hill will be closed from October 18 to November 8. Pathways above and below the stairway will remain open.
Hundreds of people on La Palma in Spain’s Canary Islands awoke on Wednesday fearing for their homes and property after a new lava stream from an erupting volcano threatened to engulf another neighbourhood on its way toward the Atlantic Ocean.
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The endangered orcas are not not suffering from a shortage of chinook salmon to feed on in the Salish Sea, according to new study out of the University of British Columbia.
Actor William Shatner counted down Wednesday to his wildest role yet: riding a rocket into space, courtesy of Star Trek fan Jeff Bezos.