Constant movement helps traffickers stay out of sight of law enforcement and leaves victims confused about their location
This is the second shooting death of a Tla-o-qui-aht member by police in the last year
This is the third vaccine for COVID-19 to be approved in Canada, following Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna
A report states that since the pandemic, hate crimes in Vancouver have spiked by 97% overall. Anti-Asian hate crimes had also increased by a staggering 717% in 2020
The Conservative motion passed in the House of Commons with 266 votes to zero
The charity uses donations to provide food, veterinary care, and other essentials to pets in need
This week, early risers in Alberta and Saskatchewan most likely caught a bright shiny ball of light across the sky heading down to earth. University of Alberta professor, Dr. Chris Herd, said it was likely a meteor.
The actions of the health inspector have been labelled a “repugnant and a gross abuse of power”
It looks like sports betting will soon be legal in Canada, as Bill C-218 passed with overwhelming support in the House of Commons. It is waiting to proceed to hearings before the Justice Committee.
With new variants posing a threat, some BC officials believe mandatory mask-wearing should be implemented across all schools.
[WATCH] Indigenous-operated non-profit organizations feed, shelter 1,400 people in Winnipeg; locate two missing women
Churches and hotels kept their doors closed due to COVID-19 restrictions even when more than 1,400 people needed protection from freezing cold
Investigators say there could be more victims
The call for proposals is open until March 25. Visit women.gc.ca for more information and for details on how to apply
Businesses and homes across Atlantic Canada are days away from running out of propane as a result of anti-pipeline protests that have cut off rail links across Canada.
With tax season starting on Friday, filing taxes early this year may benefit you. The earlier you do it, the better it would be as you’ll get a chance to receive your tax refund sooner, get any missing stimulus money faster, and more.
Some self-employed Canadians who received up to $14,000 worth of CERB despite being ineligible will not have to repay due to mixed-messaging by the government. Prime Minister Trudeau made the announcement Thursday.
The Trudeau government received the cease and desist request last week.
U of T researchers say that cannabis legalization helped destigmatization of its use for pain management
Hong Kong graduates of Canadian universities can apply for a new category of three-year work permits. Temporary Hong Kong residents, including visitors, students and workers, can apply online for visas.
At least 100 newsroom staff have been let go, but Bell Media is yet to confirm the exact numbers.