The pilots of two Alaskan sightseeing planes that collided in midair couldn’t see each other because airplane structures or a passenger blocked their views, and they didn’t get electronic alerts about their proximity to each other, because safety systems weren’t working properly, according to the NTSB.
Saskatchewan’s COVID-19 health measures have been extended to May 10 as health officials announce that the number of infected patients under intensive care has hit an all-time high.
Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price will be out at least a week due to concussion protocols. He was injured in Monday’s loss to the Oilers after missing six games with a lower-body ailment.
The federal government says any future negotiations about boosting health funding to provinces will be tied to talks on sexual and reproductive health services — including abortion.
Sue Delanoy says the province has an opportunity to revamp child care with newly announced federal money — if the plan comes to fruition.
A day after a software error wiped out wireless services for thousands of Rogers customers across Canada for most of the day, consumers, telecom executives and critical public services still have questions about what exactly happened and how it can be avoided in the future.
The rare earth mine doesn’t use chemicals to sort waste rock from the more valuable materials, unlike gold and diamond mines, said project officials.
Prince Edward Island has another new case of COVID-19, but there’s good news on the hospitalization front. An adult patient has been moved out of intensive care, and a child who came down with the illness has been discharged from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Thunder Bay’s police services board is recommending the city construct a new, centralized police headquarters.
Yukon Medical Association president Dr. Ryan Warshawski says Yukon’s vaccination rate so far is an ‘absolutely fantastic’ achievement — but he worries that the uptake has slowed.
A preliminary hearing is set for January in the case of a Saskatoon woman facing multiple charges of child sexual assault.
Spring break is over, but it might not feel that different for some high school kids — because they’re not going to school.
An Ontario Superior Court Justice ruled Tuesday that there will be an independent review of some St. Anne’s residential school survivor claims — but with some changes.
The Canada-U.S. border will remain closed to non-essential travel until at least May 21. Public Safety Minister Bill Blair tweeted the extension this morning.
A group that includes local residents and Downtown Summerside Inc. is hoping to turn a piece of vacant waterfront land into a park that can be enjoyed by people of all ages.
Hamilton has declared seven new outbreaks, including a hospital, elementary school, child care centres, workplaces, and supportive housing.
More appointments were made for AstraZeneca in Alberta in the span of two and half hours Tuesday than during all of last week, Alberta Health Services said in a statement.
U.S. President Joe Biden said Tuesday that he is “praying the verdict is the right verdict” in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin and that he believed the case, which has gone to the jury and put the nation on edge, to be “overwhelming.”
Community members and local businesses have stepped up to fundraise for a Regina chef who died on Tuesday after contracting COVID-19.
Public health reported 134 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, making the number of cases this month the third highest so far in the pandemic.
Summerside city council has voted to expropriate land needed for a roundabout at the intersection of Central Street and Pope Road.
Premier Doug Ford plans to hold a $1,000 Zoom fundraiser for the provincial Progressive Conservative party later this week while Ontario battles against surging COVID-19 cases.
Manitoba reports 211 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday and one death, a provincial news release says.
Former star goaltender Roberto Luongo has been named general manager for Canada’s men’s team at this year’s world hockey championship in Riga, Latvia.
Quebec became the latest province to lower the eligible age for the AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine today, as hundreds of thousands of doses remain unused.
Premier Joe Savikataaq, Health Minister Lorne Kusugak and Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Michael Patterson will give an update on COVID-19 in the territory at 1 p.m. ET.
There are two new cases of COVID-19 in Newfoundland and Labrador on Tuesday as a slow but steady influx of new infections continues to flow into the province.
An order to be issued Friday that will restrict a person’s ability to leave their health-care authority region will be enforced through a roadside checkpoint program — which is especially concerning to BCCLA executive director Harsha Walia.
The Liberal government is promising up to $30 billion over five years to build an affordable early learning and childcare system across Canada. With a goal of having childcare available at an average cost of $10 per day, in five years time.
As much as 4 cm of snow and freezing temperatures are expected in Waterloo region, Guelph and Wellington County beginning Tuesday evening, Environment Canada says.
The Middlesex London Health Unit reported 74 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday and no deaths. Recoveries are now outpacing new infections, with 1,064 active cases in the region.