It’s a snapshot of a superspreading event: one person unknowingly infected with COVID-19 transmitted the contagion to 23 other passengers scattered on a tour bus, even those sitting seven rows behind.
Young people are among the most prolific spreaders of COVID-19, and while health authorities and schools continue to issue heavy-handed warnings, some experts on public policy say there may be more effective ways to shift their behaviour.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday put an end to a lawsuit brought by Democratic Lawmakers that accused President Donald Trump of violating anti-corruption provisions in the U.S. Constitution with his business dealings.
People from P.E.I. and Nova Scotia have even more reason to abandon plans for trips to Moncton this Thanksgiving weekend, after New Brunswick confirmed a bad COVID-19 situation is worsening.
Emmarae Dale has been part of big games her entire life. She knows what it’s like to have pregame jitters, both as a fan and as a player.
An Indigenous artist who has collaborated with Vancouver fashion designer Chloë Angus says he will no longer work with her in response to concerns about cultural appropriation and misleading marketing.
Saying their community’s culture and way of life was devastated by the construction of a hydroelectric project, the Innu Nation of Labrador is taking Hydro-Québec and Churchill Falls Corp. to the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador.
During the Page Six interview, famous chef Cat Cora maintained that Jennifer Cora was anything but a supportive spouse during the length of their marriage. “She has never cared if I needed to be with my mom, or the kids or anything. Her whole goal in life is for me to fail, be destroyed, not have a relationship with the kids, for everyone to know I am a bad person… she is desperately trying to make me seem like a bad person, bad mother, anything to hurt me,” Cat claimed.
Families who lost loved ones in the destruction of Flight PS752 held protests today in cities across Canada, the U.S., Germany and the United Kingdom to demand justice.
The director of a prominent Arctic research institute says dress codes that prohibit female participants from wearing tight-fitting clothing are not meant to be sexist.