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The National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) is now strongly recommending adults over the age of 50 be offered COVID-19 boosters, while those aged 18 to 49 'may' be offered boosters based on individual risks and where they live.
The federal government has signed a deal with Pfizer and Merck to purchase their antiviral medication, pending Health Canada approval of the products. Public Services and Procurement Minister Filomena Tassi said Ottawa has placed an order for one million of Pfizer's antiviral pills, and 500,000 of Merck’s pills, with an option for 500,000 more.
The main trucking lobbies in Canada and the United States are warning that vaccine and testing requirements for workers will further disrupt supply chains because there is already a dire shortage of drivers.
Ontario health officials are reporting more than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases for the first time since late spring.
A prosecutor says the parents of a teen accused of killing four students at a Michigan high school were summoned a few hours earlier after a teacher found a drawing of a gun, a person bleeding and the words 'help me.'
Dr. Anthony Fauci provides an update on the COVID-19 situation in the U.S. after confirming their first case of the Omicron variant.
No injuries were reported after a car was seen getting dragged by a truck down a Chicago-area highway.
Comedian Rick Mercer speaks about his new memoir, 'Talking to Canadians,' and reflects on his lengthy career in Canadian media.
After spending 91 days in hospital with COVID-19 complications, an Ontario man is marking a milestone by thanking the people who saved his life.
Watch the moment when the Cumbre Vieja volcano located on the island of La Palma in Spain erupted on Dec. 1.
Six-year-old Callan Perks is receiving widespread acclaim over his electrifying pre-game speech to the OHL's Peterborough Petes.
Taking over from outgoing leader Ed Broadbent, McLaughlin became the first woman to lead a major federal party in Canada.
The answer was still 'yes' even after this proposal went wrong in Texas. The ring was found after a half-hour search.
Canadian casting companies say they’re having a tough time finding new Santa actors for the holiday season. Heather Butts reports.