A witness to a fatal attack at a central Alberta medical clinic says the victim was her family doctor. The assault happened at the Village Mall Walk-In Clinic in Red Deer… Read more »
Manitoba’s top doctor says stricter regional restrictions are possible as a cluster of COVID-19 cases in the province’s second-largest city grew to 64, with more than a third them… Read more »
New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs is proposing that he and the leaders of the opposition parties sign a formal agreement not to trigger an election until 2022… Read more »
The federal Liberal government is defending its decision to have the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. oversee a rent-relief program for small businesses struggling because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says Canada is “deeply concerned” by a violent crackdown following presidential elections in Belarus. Dozens of people have been injured and thousands detained… Read more »
The federal government has temporarily set a minimum unemployment rate of 13.1 per cent to calculate employment insurance benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic. Those people living in… Read more »
Quebec’s updated back-to-school plan requires students in Grade 5 and up to wear masks in all common areas of school buildings, except classrooms. Education Minister Jean-Francois Roberge said today… Read more »
Ontario’s human rights commission has found that Black people in Toronto are “disproportionately” arrested, charged and subjected to use of force by the city’s police force. In… Read more »
People in a small town in southwestern Manitoba are trying to cope with the loss of a young couple killed by a tornado that touched down on a… Read more »
A new study links cannabis use in pregnancy to a greater risk of autism. Researchers including experts from the Ottawa Hospital and the University of Ottawa reviewed… Read more »
A record-setting Edmonton Oilers 50/50 draw won’t have a winner for several more days as officials work out problems with the online raffle. The community foundation said all tickets… Read more »
Paula Spurr is used to being herded together with co-workers on the job. As a background performer in film and TV, the Burnaby, B.C., actress has been packed… Read more »
Dockworkers at the Port of Montreal launched a strike Monday morning. The longshore worker’s union failed to reach an agreement with the Maritime Employers Association despite discussions that… Read more »
The Windsor-Essex region will join the rest of Ontario in Stage 3 of the province’s reopening plan on Wednesday. The provincial government made the announcement this morning…. Read more »
This Halloween season, witness magnificent works of pumpkin artistry coming at Pumpkins After Dark! Over 150 one-of-a-kind pumpkin sculptures, displayed with a showcase of jack-o-lanterns, will light… Read more »
The Maple Leafs fired blanks when it mattered most — and ran out of miracles. Now Toronto’s talented, high-powered roster has a long time to contemplate what might have… Read more »
The federal Liberal government has handed over thousands of pages of documents related to the WE controversy to a House of Commons committee, which lawyers are now vetting for personal information and cabinet secrets.
With Gov. Gen. Julie Payette finding herself the focus of intensifying public scrutiny following reports about expensive personal renovations at Rideau Hall and alleged mistreatment of current and former staff, renewed interest has been sparked… Read more »
The Edmonton Oilers’ record-setting online 50/50 raffle from Friday with a total estimated pot of more than $15 million remained in limbo on Saturday as officials attempted to… Read more »
Alberta Minister of Education Adriana LaGrange says Alberta has placed procurement order for reusable masks for students and staff for the 2020-21 school year. Adriana LaGrange said… Read more »
Montreal police say they’re looking for a rogue driver who drove through a pedestrian-only zone today on Ste-Catherine Street in downtown Montreal, injuring two people.
A tornado that killed two teens when it threw their vehicle into a Manitoba field surprised even those in the area who are accustomed to violent weather,… Read more »
Environment Canada said it’s investigating a large tornado that touched down in southwestern Manitoba, which a witness said flipped vehicles, snapped trees and downed power lines. The weather… Read more »