Air Canada and the federal government have reached an agreement on a $5.9-billion aid package that the company says will speed up customer refunds, protect industry jobs and return service to some communities that were shuttered due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Canadians are having to find their own answers to the ethical question of when it is right for them to get the COVID-19 vaccine: as soon as they are eligible or after more vulnerable Canadians have gotten their dose.
As snowbirds return to Canada, some are opting to fly into the U.S. and hire a car service to drive them home to avoid the mandatory three-day stay at a quarantine hotel.
Ontario schools will stay closed indefinitely to in-person learning as COVID-19 cases continue to surge in the province.
The police officer who fatally shot a Black man during a traffic stop in a Minneapolis suburb apparently intended to fire a Taser, not a handgun, as the man struggled with police, the city's police chief said Monday.
Freeland outlines strict conditions for new Air Canada aid
Toronto Mayor John Tory welcomed new public health measures announced by the Ontario government on Thursday, saying it will help save lives.
Premier Jason Kenney pushed back against anti-lockdown sentiment among some Albertans, including MLAs in his own party.
An eight-day period of national mourning for the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, is underway in the U.K.
Hospital staff in Colombia are praising a 104-year-old coronavirus patient after she recovered from the virus for a second time.
Wedding planners are finding creative ways to help couples get itch during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jill Macyshon has the story on the flood of social media selfies from people getting their COVID-19 vaccinations.
Doctors have performed the first double lung transplant for a COVID-19 patient in Canada.