Lily Wong was admitted to the Yee Hong Centre for Geriatric Care in Toronto at age 88, several years after she had a stroke that severely affected her short-term memory, ability to follow conversations and her balance.
The debate over mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for health-care workers is growing louder in Canada as more countries move forward with the controversial approach in order to safeguard health-care settings and fight the spread of more contagious variants.
Fran Ferguson said she often doesn’t take severe weather warnings very seriously, but something — maybe a feeling or the way the wind was blowing on Thursday, July 15 — made this one different.
Looks aren’t everything, says Netflix’s new blind dating show, Sexy Beasts — but experts say that on television, beauty is still skin deep.
Two horse-racing events were cancelled in southern Alberta on Sunday to protect the animals from severe wildfire smoke that had pushed the region’s air quality off the charts, but the Calgary Stampede said its rodeo will go ahead.
Ontario government officials are considering the pros and cons of requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for health-care workplaces, CBC News has learned.
Shell Canada unveiled plans Tuesday for a new facility in Alberta to capture emissions from its industrial complex and store the greenhouse gases underground.
WARNING: This story contains distressing details.A top Canadian Armed Forces official last fall ordered soldiers not to wear orange to honour Indigenous survivors of residential schools, internal emails obtained by The Fifth Estate show.
Governor general-designate Mary Simon plans to move into Rideau Hall, unlike her predecessor Julie Payette — the first governor general since Confederation to live outside of the official residence.
Canada’s announcement that fully vaccinated Canadian travellers can skip quarantine upon their return has inspired some people to start making travel plans.