Ontario health officials are reporting more than 3,000 new COVID-19 cases and 47 additional deaths related to the disease, which marks the highest death tally since mid-February.
A COVID-19 vaccine likely won't be a requirement to return to the physical classroom at some universities in September, with several large schools saying they have no intention of mandating proof of immunization for students.
While the government continues to insist that individuals' online audio or video content won't be subject to federal regulations under Bill C-10, the Canadian Radio-television and telecommunications Commission (CRTC) could impose regulations on accounts that have a large enough following or are making enough money off of it, according to Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault.
Britain, like Canada, is one of the only countries in the world to delay second doses for several months, so that more people can get protected from at least one dose faster. Now, after half the British population has had a single vaccine dose, new cases, hospitalizations and deaths are all down significantly.
Grieving families buried their dead Sunday following a horrific bombing at a girls' school in the Afghan capital that killed 50 people, many of them pupils between 11 and 15 years old.
A shortage of tapioca pearls in Canada has many bubble tea businesses scrambling. Vanessa Lee on how the Suez Canal blockage played a role.
Watch this heartwarming video of third grader D'Corey Johnson singing the 'Star-Spangeled Banner' during the national anthem at school.
John Vennavally-Rao has the story of a Toronto company's plan to build a huge e-sports stadium in the city.
The Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia, unveiled a rare, short-beaked echidna puggle.
A man has been arrested after stealing a police cruiser, crashing it in the woods, and taking off in another patrol car in Fla. on May 6.
An Alberta man dropped his glasses while ice fishing and he fetched them from the bottom of the lake months later. Watch his diving adventure.
A young black bear is now safely back in the wild after venturing all the way into Vancouver's Gastown.