Six more New Brunswickers died from COVID-19 in the past week, while hospitalizations because of the virus and new confirmed cases have both increased, figures released by the province Tuesday show.
About 100 people attended a public meeting in Digby on Monday to hear from senior health officials, ask questions and share feedback about their experiences with the system.
Morocco advanced to the World Cup quarterfinals for the first time, beating Spain 3-0 in a penalty shootout on Tuesday.
Environment Canada is warning of heavy snowfall for eastern and central B.C. on Tuesday, a day after some regions on the coast broke cold temperature records.
The borough of Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve is hoping to address the flooding problem, without ripping up the sewage system itself, in part by using a local park to try to absorb the water.
For the first time in the Hamilton area, Muslim women in need of shelter services now have an option specifically for them. An official launch of the shelter takes place Tuesday afternoon at City Hall, on the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.
Linda Uqaituk Kirshner, also known as Charli, has been missing since late Saturday night. She was last seen in the city of Kirkland.
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy was sworn in for a second term on Monday, saying his goal is to “work with everybody to create an Alaska for the next 50 years.”
Tuesday marks the 33rd anniversary of the École Polytechnique massacre, when 14 female students in Montreal were shot and killed by a man who said he hated feminists.
Toronto Blue Jays relief pitcher Jordan Romano was named winner of the Tip O’Neill Award on Tuesday as Canadian baseball player of the year after saving 36 games and being selected to his first MLB all-star game.
For the first time since 2019, the Holiday Host program returns to help newcomers, international students or people with work permits enjoy Islanders’ holiday traditions.
A third Russian airfield was ablaze on Tuesday from a drone strike, a day after Ukraine demonstrated an apparent new ability to penetrate hundreds of kilometres deep into Russian air space with attacks on two Russian air bases.
Residents of Pettens Road in C.B.S. are asked to stay indoors and people are asked to stay away from the area.
The plan would add two new bus routes and increase transit service hours by about 35 per cent. Some routes would be restructured but most stops would remain unchanged. Six stops with low ridership would be scrapped.
The federal government succeeded in quickly securing COVID-19 vaccines and rolling out pandemic benefits to help people and backstop the economy, but wasted millions of doses and gave billions in benefits to ineligible recipients, the Auditor General of Canada says.
Three of the biggest names in the business were up for the award. But the nod for acoustic guitar of the year for 2022 didn’t go to Yamaha. And it didn’t go to Taylor Guitars or Martin Guitars. It went to Riversong Guitars of Kamloops, B.C.
Red Deer RCMP is seeking help from the public as they attempt to locate a family of five.
Red Deer RCMP say they’ve located a missing family of five.
The hunt for man who wounded a Mountie near Biggar, Sask., two years ago, has led to a massive fentanyl bust in Alberta, RCMP say.
The Georgia run-off determines the final U.S. Senate contest in the country, with incumbent Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock battling Republican Herschel Walker, the former NFL star. There are multiple reasons the Democrats would like to emerge with a 51-49 advantage in the Senate.
A project to fully restore a former high school could cost the Town of Essex about $10 million.
Vancouver city council is set to vote on a motion to outfit Vancouver police officers with body cameras by 2025, a move that councillors with ABC Vancouver say will fulfil a campaign promise to improve public safety in the city while addressing concerns about transparency and accountability in policing.
Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board (HWDSB) trustees passed a motion late Monday to implement a temporary, indoor masking requirement in all schools with no restrictions for anyone who wants to opt out.
A B.C. Supreme Court judge has upheld a ban meant to prevent a Fraser Valley naturopath from manufacturing, advertising and selling pills and enemas made from human feces for use on autistic children
Toronto MPP Marit Stiles will be the next leader of Ontario’s New Democrats, the party said Tuesday. Stiles, who represents the downtown riding of Davenport, was the lone contender in the race to helm the Official Opposition at Queen’s Park.
Zach Dean and Ryan Greene have a shot at representing Canada on the world stage this Christmas.
Teachers’ unions in northern Ontario are wondering what the recent battle between CUPE and the province means for their ongoing negotiations.
Creating a pedestrian zone on Banff Avenue happened quickly as a pandemic measure to ensure people had the space to visit the town – but as tourists return councillors are debating the future of the vehicle-free stretch.