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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland joined millions of generation X Canadians trying to nab a vaccine appointment at a pharmacy Tuesday.
Quebec's secularism law, Bill 21, has been upheld by the province's Superior Court, except for certain sections, including provisions affecting English school boards.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says Canada’s international and U.S. border restrictions will be in place for another month, at least.
One of the federal government's many budget promises is a new annual tax that would apply to vacant or underused property in Canada that’s owned by foreign investors.
New Brunswick reported its first case of blood-clotting in a person who received the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
Chef Tallis Voakes tells us about the new Tims for Good sustainability platform, which is designed to promote continuous improvement at Tim Hortons.
India's Ministry of Railways shared a video of a railway employee saving a child who had fallen onto the tracks from an oncoming train.
Twitter account '@VaxHuntersCan' is a volunteer run group that helps Canadians book their COVID-19 vaccination appointment.
Hester Ford had 53 grandchildren, 120 great grandchildren and 126 great-great grandchildren.
A dozen elite European football clubs' proposed breakaway league has sparked controversy and condemnation.
A UBC student is speaking out after she returned from a day of skiing to find her vehicle had been keyed.