Alberta reported five more COVID-19 deaths and 257 new cases of the illness over a three-day period from Friday to Sunday.
The occupants of a 13 foot powerboat are unharmed after it flipped over in the Detroit River near LaSalle, according to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP).
The trial has begun for a Calgary stepfather accused of an assault so vicious it left a four-year-old girl with “life-altering injuries.”
French rail giant Alstom SA is warning that problems at Bombardier’s train division may affect negotiations to buy it, but says it still plans to go ahead with the takeover deal.
A new website is aiming to share Indigenous teachings about dementia and also help those living with it and their caregivers connect with local resources.
New Brunswick is in the midst of its seventh heat warning of the season, but so far, no records have been broken.
Jason Kindrachuck says that without a vaccine, masks are part of the toolkit to curb COVID-19 from spreading.
The change to custodial staffing was made as part of the 2020-21 school year budget at the end of May, after the pandemic started, and the division says tight budgets played a role in the decision.
The government of the Northwest Territories is announcing two new grants for all post-secondary students accessing full-time student financial assistance benefits in the 2020-21 academic year.
Cape Enrage may be closed for the 2020 season but that hasn’t stopped historical discoveries from being made.
The CRC said the alarm sounded at about 11:40 a.m. CST due to a small fire on the Section 1 platform.
Simon Fraser University is now asking that all visitors to its campuses in Burnaby, Vancouver and Surrey wear a non-medical mask in indoor public spaces.
English-language school boards will be allowed to continue operating while they challenge the constitutionality of the Quebec government’s law to turn school boards into service centres.
A two-year member of the Waterloo Regional Police Service is facing assault charges, the police service said Monday.
Officials with New Brunswick’s three Quebec Major Junior Hockey League teams say a plan is being discussed that would see regular season games begin Oct. 1, between Maritime teams.
Experts say the lack of transparency and the political lobbying surrounding a proposal to build what would be the largest private surgical facility in Alberta’s history is troubling given what they say could be a major upheaval of the province’s publicly funded health-care system.
The vessel was towed back to shore following an “extensive search” by the Elgin County Marine Unit and the Auxiliary Coast Guard.
Mark Carney — the former governor of the Bank of Canada and the Bank of England — has been acting as an informal adviser to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the federal government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Saskatchewan hotels and event organizers trying to stay afloat during the pandemic will soon be able to apply for financial support from the provincial government under its Saskatchewan Tourism Sector Support Program (STSSP).
The show Hudson & Rex is filming in St. John’s on Monday. A crew member was diagnosed with COVID-19 last week, as part of regular private testing that is done for people who work on the show, according to the producer.
The forest fire hazard is reported to be mainly high to extreme across the northwest region, after twelve new fires were reported by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry on Sunday.
Aylmer and Bayham continue to grapple with a spike in cases as Southwestern Public Health reported an additional seven COVID-19 cases Monday. There was one new case reported in London.
A winner for the Edmonton Oilers problem-plagued, record-setting 50/50 raffle will not be selected until overcharged fans have a chance to void their tickets.
Hockey Hall of Fame chairman Lanny McDonald said the most likely scenario is to postpone the ceremony to November 2021, either by waiving the 2021 election or combining the 2020 and 2021 classes.
Fraser Health is warning the public about a possible exposure to someone who tested positive for COVID-19 at a “night rave” in Surrey, B.C.
There are 16 new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba, Chief Provincial Public Health Officer Dr. Brent Roussin announced on Monday.
After saying goodbye to Rogers Centre three weeks ago, it’s time for the Toronto Blue Jays to say hello to their temporary digs in Buffalo. On Tuesday, they welcome the Miami Marlins to the home of their triple-A affiliate for the opener of a five-game homestand.
Fire officials continue to monitor the area in Murray River where crews battled a forest fire spanning about three hectares on the weekend, the province says.
The region’s medical officer of health says the symptoms resulting from West Nile – including fever, headache, muscle ache and a rash – are similar to those of COVID-19.
A Progressive Conservative member of the legislative assembly is denouncing an act of racism after a bus bench with her image on it in Windsor Park was defaced with anti-Black graffiti.
As more people in Ontario stay in the province due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an experienced camper says he’s noticing signs of people showing disrespect towards nature and other campers.
The city of London is starting work on three projects aimed at improving cycling infrastructure in the downtown core, including extending the Colborne Street bike lane north of Dufferin Street and improving connections between the TVP and downtown.
Kristy Legge said her daughter, Maria, was brought to the hospital on Sunday after being stung by a Portuguese man-of-war, which are popping up at beaches around Nova Scotia because of warmer water temperatures.