Canadian officials are disputing reports in Chinese media that a famous sailor from that country attempting to circumnavigate the Arctic was turned back in the Northwest Passage.
When Alex Carnio tested positive for the coronavirus in early August while pregnant with twins, she didn’t anticipate how quickly her illness would progress.
Canada was already desperately short of nurses before COVID-19. Now nurses say they’re hanging on by a thread
When the Clinton Public Hospital emergency department had to close its doors on the August long weekend because it didn’t have enough nurses to operate, Holly Braecker was embarrassed.
Popular outrage at the soaring price of Canadian housing has a fix that almost no one is talking about — certainly not those aspiring to be Canada’s prime minister.
The number of Canadians opting to vote by mail in next week’s federal election will likely end up far lower than Elections Canada’s initial estimates.
At Toronto General Hospital’s intensive care unit, Denis Varaka nursed the sickest COVID-19 patients back to health during the height of the pandemic. But he now fears he will lose his job because he received two shots of the wrong vaccine.
The next government’s climate change plan will impact every aspect of Canadians’ lives, public policy researchers say.
A Niagara Region police officer charged with assault with a weapon is scheduled to go on trial Monday — despite being shot by a fellow officer in the altercation.
A 32-year-old man from Kitchener, Ont., is facing charges for threatening Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau during a campaign stop in Cambridge, Ont., last month.
Sask. reinstates isolation for COVID-19 positive people, does not implement masking or vaccine mandates
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe announced Friday that the province will again require COVID-19 positive people to isolate for 10 days and close contacts who are not vaccinated to self-isolate for 14 days.