Twelve people have died in a COVID-19 outbreak at a hospital in London, Ont., that has seen dozens of staff and patients sickened. As of Friday, the… Read more »
The country’s largest organization of small businesses is calling on the Ontario government to think twice about its lockdown policies that close most small businesses while leaving big box retailers open.
The Ontario government is tightening restrictions on three more regions in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19. Moving into the “orange” zone are the Middlesex-London… Read more »
A quick look at Canada’s November employment (numbers from the previous month in brackets): Unemployment rate: 8.5 per cent (8.9) Employment rate: 59.5 per cent (59.4) Participation… Read more »
The Ontario government has appointed nine people to its new COVID-19 vaccine panel, including the province’s top coroner. The panel, headed by retired chief of national defence… Read more »
The rate of job growth continued to slow in November with the economy adding 62,000 jobs, down from 84,000 in October. The gains were mostly focused in… Read more »
The three Prairie provinces have become the epicentre of COVID-19’s second wave in Canada — surpassing Ontario and Quebec, the two most populous provinces that were initially… Read more »
Federal and provincial governments will stage a dress rehearsal Monday to test the complex plan to get precious COVID-19 vaccines distributed to every corner of Canada.
Transport Canada’s head of civil aviation informed family members in a virtual meeting Wednesday the department is on the cusp of validating changes to the plane — already cleared for takeoff in the United States — said Chris Moore, who lost his 24-year-old daughter Danielle in the tragedy.
One of the first things Alexandher Brandy wanted to do after reading Elliot Page’s coming out letter was break into a dance. The urge to celebrate the… Read more »
Airbnb says it has a plan to curb New Year’s Eve parties this year while Canada works to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, with the… Read more »
Husky Energy will receive $41.5 million in federal money to maintain jobs and move toward restarting its West White Rose offshore oil project in Newfoundland and Labrador,… Read more »
The Liberal government is set to introduce long-awaited legislation today to enshrine the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Canadian law.
Ten-month-old Aidan Deschamps was the first baby in Canada to be diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy through Ontario’s newborn screening program. The test was added to the program six days before he was born.
The scars from the 2014 attack on Parliament Hill are part of the “heritage fabric” of the iconic Centre Block and will not be fixed during extensive… Read more »
A coalition of about 50 retailers is calling on the Ontario government to lift COVID-19 restrictions for non-essential stores it claims is making things worse. In an… Read more »
The cost of digital services and goods sold by foreign companies like Netflix will go up under a taxation plan the government wants to put in place… Read more »
The Liberal government says it will take steps over the next year to tax foreign homeowners who live outside of Canada as part of a plan to… Read more »
Netflix Canada will bid farewell to “Friends” later this month as the hit sitcom moves to Crave. Both streaming platforms confirmed the switch on Tuesday, saying Dec…. Read more »
The Oscar-nominated Canadian star of the film “Juno” has come out as transgender. The Halifax-raised Elliot Page, formerly known as Ellen Page, made the announcement in a… Read more »
A new poll suggests most Canadians aren’t currently worried that people in other countries might get a COVID-19 vaccine first.
Google has revealed the most-watched YouTube videos in Canada including the list of top 10 Canadian ads, top 5 Canadian content creators, top 10 music videos and… Read more »