From child care, to extended pandemic aid programs and a new hiring incentive, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland’s 2021 budget will be a full update on Canada’s finances and is set to outline key measures to start rebuilding the economy.
Ontario says the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine will be offered to individuals 40 years old and over in pharmacies and primary care settings starting on Tuesday.
The Quebec government is still pondering whether to lower the eligibility age for the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine to 40, according to the province's Health Minister.
Friends and family are gathering for a special ceremony to reflect on a year of grief and to remember the loved ones lost in the Nova Scotia mass shooting last April.
The federal government announced it was mobilizing its own resources and co-ordinating with lesser-hit provinces to send health-care workers and other support to help Ontario as it battles record-breaking COVID-19 numbers.
One year after a mass shooting in Nova Scotia took the lives of 22 people and injured three others, family members look back at a year of loss and trauma.
A UBC student is speaking out after she returned from a day of skiing to find her vehicle had been keyed.
Executive Director of Parents Engaged in Education Theresa Pastore explains how this decision could leave some lower-income families behind.
There are only a handful of cases known worldwide of fraternal twins being conceived at different times.
Jill Macyshon has the story of a former Winnipeg grocery store worker finding popularity on TikTok sharing his satirical stories.
A U.S. diver stumbled upon a wedding ring while in a river, luckily for the owner who had been looking for the lost band.
A Cyclone helicopter made a precautionary landing at Nova Scotia's Rainbow Haven Provincial Park after noticing a cockpit indication.
The app, created by Indigenous Vision, shares the locations of historical Blackfoot land sites throughout Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Montana and Wyoming.