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The Canadian military claims that more than two dozen residents at a Toronto long-term care home died due to dehydration prior to their arrival amid the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic while feces and vomit were reportedly found on the floors and walls of another, according to a newly obtained report.
Hari Gopal and Komal Garg have been stuck in India since Canada banned flights from the country as it battles a deadly second wave of COVID-19 infections.
Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday makes her first public appearance since the funeral of her late husband, Prince Philip, to open a new session of the United Kingdom's parliament.
Ontario has been advised to 'stay the course' with the province's pandemic restrictions, which could see the stay-at-home order extended until June.
A Quebec woman is facing charges after allegedly breaking into the Ottawa home of a new mother and using bear spray on the occupants before abducting an eight-day-old infant.
A Quebec woman is facing multiple charges after allegedly using bear spray in an attempted abduction of a newborn.
Video shows the Toronto Raptors star surprising his mom on Mother's Day.
A new video game will let its users roam Toronto neighbouroods as a raccoon.
Annie Bergeron-Oliver has the story of how the Royal Canadian Mint is sharing its appreciation for Canada's health-care workers.
Kashius Weme is no ordinary two-year-old, he can often be found at the local bike park flying off dirt jumps with kids 5-times his age.
A shortage of tapioca pearls in Canada has many bubble tea businesses scrambling. Vanessa Lee on how the Suez Canal blockage played a role.