The federal government says it expects about 1 million shots of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to arrive this week, as the two pharmaceutical firms continue delivering doses on a regular schedule.
The federal government will this afternoon unveil its spending plans to manage the remainder of the COVID-19 crisis and chart an economic course in a post-pandemic Canada.
Ontario says the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine will be offered to individuals 40 years old and over in pharmacies and primary care settings starting on Tuesday.
Lawyers for Meng Wanzhou are expected to ask a B.C. Supreme Court judge today to delay the final leg of hearings in her extradition case.
The Russian state penitentiary service said Monday a decision has been made to transfer imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who is in the third week of a hunger strike, to a hospital.
A UBC student is speaking out after she returned from a day of skiing to find her vehicle had been keyed.
'A year from hell': Shooting survivor faces struggle
There are only a handful of cases known worldwide of fraternal twins being conceived at different times.
Executive Director of Parents Engaged in Education Theresa Pastore explains how this decision could leave some lower-income families behind.
Jill Macyshon has the story of a former Winnipeg grocery store worker finding popularity on TikTok sharing his satirical stories.
A U.S. diver stumbled upon a wedding ring while in a river, luckily for the owner who had been looking for the lost band.
A Cyclone helicopter made a precautionary landing at Nova Scotia's Rainbow Haven Provincial Park after noticing a cockpit indication.