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The first 'of a number of flights' carrying Afghan refugees who helped Canadian military personnel while deployed in Afghanistan have arrived in Canada.
The Biden administration is taking the first steps toward requiring nearly all foreign visitors to the U.S. to be vaccinated for the coronavirus, a White House official said Wednesday.
After days of unrelenting criticism of Alberta's plan to change its pandemic response, the province's top doctor is again attempting to assure Albertans it's time to rely on the protection of vaccines and live with COVID-19.
B.C. health officials announced 342 more cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, the largest daily increase in the province's caseload since late May.
As schools get ready to welcome students back to the classroom in September they’re outlining measures to keep everyone safe from COVID-19, but there’s growing concern about what that means for the youngest cohort.
Ontario officials say that they will not require students or staff to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Andre De Grasse from Markham, Ont. sprinted to a gold medal in the 200-metre final in Tokyo. Two-time Olympian Anson Henry comments on De Grasse's performance.
Watch the moment four redundant cooling towers were imploded at a former Yorkshire power plant on Aug. 1. The site will be redeveloped.
Wildfires continue to ravage parts of B.C., the U.S., Turkey and Greece.
Video released on Aug. 1 shows a bear opening the rear door of a Calif. police officer's vehicle and peering inside.
Drone video by Fisheries and Oceans Canada shows crews working to rescue a grey whale that had become tangled in fishing gear.
Will Aiello prepares to ride around Ramsey Lake in Sudbury, Ont. to support the Canadian Organization for Rare Disorders.