A new report from the Canadian Armed Forces has shone a light on shocking conditions inside five Ontario long-term care homes, but many — including the government itself — say problems have been known for years.
Canada's vibrant and busy events industry has been shut down because of COVID-19. Convention centres, caterers, event planners, keynote speakers and others have seen their business grind to a halt.
Ottawa has unveiled several financial assistance programs for seemingly every size of oil and gas company. Here is a closer look at what they are and how they've been received.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the province has launched an investigation that could lead to criminal charges against five long-term care homes rocked by COVID-19.
Dr. Bonnie Henry says if the NHL wants teams to play in Vancouver as a "hub city," she won't be making exceptions to public health rules that could put people at risk.
The federal government is postponing the release of an action plan on missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, which was expected next month to mark the one-year anniversary of the national inquiry's final report.
The so-called Vancouver model is an outlier in the history of Canadian crime, a criminologist told B.C.’s public inquiry on money laundering Tuesday.
The Canada Pension Plan earned a return of 3.1 per cent after expenses during the financial year ended March 31, the board that manages the fund's money reported Tuesday.
Living life during a pandemic can be confusing. But experts say you can navigate how to approach different settings and activities once you know the risks.
While U.S. and other international flights coming into Canada have been significantly curtailed since the outbreak of COVID-19, thousands of passengers are still arriving at the country's airports each week.