The number of reported new cases of COVID-19 and related deaths surged in Ontario, authorities reported on Friday, a day after officials expressed cautious optimism the spread… Read more »
With global smartphone makers such as Apple, Samsung, LG and others rolling out their first 5G phones this year, many Canadians will be considering an upgrade to the latest tech during the peak selling season between now and Boxing Day.
Baby spinach under the Fresh Attitude brand is being recalled in Ontario and Quebec over possible salmonella contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says Vegpro International has… Read more »
Champion ice-dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir and Olympic champion swimmer Mark Tewksbury were among 114 athletes, artists, scholars and community leaders named to the Order of… Read more »
Ontario government rolled out a new colour-coded system on Tuesday, November 3rd to mitigate the rapid spread of COVID-19 across the province. On November 16th, Ontario lowered… Read more »
Eric Duncan, the first openly gay Conservative MP, laced into the federal health minister Thursday over the Liberals failure to end a ban on gay men donating blood.
A new federal task force will look at the possibility of a low-cost national flood insurance program as well as options for potential relocation of people who live in areas at highest risk from surging spring waters.
The Ontario government says it is starting voluntary COVID-19 testing for asymptomatic students, faculty and staff in regions with high rates of transmission. Ontario Premier Doug Ford… Read more »
The first COVID-19 vaccine could be approved for use in Canada within two weeks, Health Canada’s chief medical adviser said Thursday. The department’s medicine review team is… Read more »
Ontario has decided to stop changing the clocks twice a year — if Quebec and New York State follow suit. A bill introduced by Tory politician Jeremy… Read more »
Hockey Canada has temporarily shutdown national junior team selection camp following the confirmation of two positive COVID-19 tests among players. Hockey Canada announced on Wednesday that players,… Read more »
The Ontario government announced today that residents should celebrate the upcoming winter holidays only with the people they live with, regardless of the COVID-19 situation in their… Read more »
The Ontario government is urging residents to celebrate the upcoming winter holidays only with the people they live with, regardless of the COVID-19 situation in their region.
The Liberal government says it will bring in a bill on one-game sports betting, five years after a previous attempt died in the Senate. The legislation on… Read more »
The federal Liberals will take small step toward a plan to create a national daycare system, with sources telling The Canadian Press next week’s economic update will… Read more »
Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet is blasting the prime minister’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, calling Justin Trudeau’s pledge that vaccines will start to arrive in the coming months “unacceptable.”
Ontario’s auditor general says the province’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic was slower and more reactive than that of other provinces, hampered by “delays and confusion in… Read more »
Most people across Canada can expect an interruption today by an emergency public alert that will be broadcast on television, radio and sent to mobile devices as… Read more »
Weather permitting, you can experience a penumbral lunar eclipse on November 30, 2020. This is the fourth lunar eclipse of 2020. The best part is, you will be able to see the eclipse irrespective of your location in Canada.
Justin Bieber is coming out on top as the leading Canadian nominee at the Grammys. The Stratford, Ont.-raised pop superstar picked up four nominations this year, including… Read more »
The Ontario government says it has started distributing COVID-19 rapid tests, with the new tools already being used in some hospitals and long-term care homes. Premier Doug… Read more »
A lack of vaccine-production capabilities in Canada means the United States, Britain, Germany and other countries could have some of their citizens inoculated against COVID-19 before Canadians… Read more »
Assisted-dying legislation sends the wrong message to Indigenous communities, advocates said Tuesday as voices opposed to the bill continued to ring out on Parliament Hill. Indigenous elders… Read more »