Nova Scotia has decided to stop giving the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine as the first dose effective immediately. Health officials also reported 149 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday, bringing the province's total number of active cases to 1,621.
New Brunswick is reporting nine new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, including two travel-related cases involving New Brunswick residents who are isolating outside of the province.
Nova Scotia is launching a new COVID-19 sick leave program for residents who must take time off work.
The family of a teenager who died by suicide shortly after trying to get help in a hospital emergency room is welcoming promises to change the system.
Two weeks after being soundly criticized on social media for helping to organize a so-called "freedom rally" on Citadel Hill, Halifax Regional Police are now warning the organizers there could be consequences for the gathering.
At its peak, Nova Scotia's lab processed over 19,000 tests in one day. Tuesday, that number was down to around 7,300. That drop is not what public health officials want and they are encouraging Nova Scotians to make testing part of their regular routine.
A Cambridge family moving to Nova Scotia is being denied entry into the province due to COVID-19 restrictions.
A civil liberties group says Nova Scotia's decision to close provincial boundaries to non-essential travel is unconstitutional.
Halifax Regional Police arrested three adults after a shooting in Dartmouth on Wednesday evening.
Canada’s top doctor believes Canada could be mixing different kinds of COVID-19 vaccines in the next few months, as several provinces have already halted administering first doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine over concerns surrounding rare blood clotting.
Thousands of residents of the Ontario/Michigan border town rely on Line 5, a shutdown could take away their livelihood.
As COVID-19 vaccine shipments ramp up, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is on track for a 'one-dose summer' and 'two-dose fall.' But with a gap in immunity, many Canadians are left wondering what a ‘one-dose summer’ means for restrictions.
Preliminary results from a study in the U.K. suggest that receiving your second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine from a different brand than the first dose is safe — but it could be more likely to give you mild side-effects such as a headache, chills or a fever.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) says it has received a significantly higher volume of calls from taxpayers this tax season compared to a year ago and, as a result, wait times to access services have also increased.
A new study reveals that NASA's Voyager 1 probe has detected a 'persistent hum' coming from interstellar space billions of kilometres away.
Seven Calif. siblings have found their forever home three years after their parents died in a crash.
A bee removal expert in Georgia removed 2,000 bees from one home and more than 100,000 from another.
Vanessa Lee has the story of a life-changing journey to Canada for 19 dogs found abused or abandoned on the streets in Lebanon.
A huge section of a new bridge has arrived at its home in Toronto after making a week-long journey across the St. Lawrence and Lake Ontario.