Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed Tuesday that there will be enough COVID-19 vaccines coming into the country to offer every eligible and willing Canadian their first shot by this summer, and enough doses for everyone to be fully vaccinated 'by September.'
Ontario health officials are reporting just over 2,000 new COVID-19 cases, which marks the lowest daily case count recorded since late March.
Neighbouring provinces are eyeing Saskatchewan's plan to ease COVID-19 restrictions in tandem with vaccination rates, but experts are warning the approach could lead some to a false sense of security.
Another school year will be coming to an end in less than two months, but it’s unlikely that children currently attending remotely in Ontario will be back in classrooms before summer, experts say.
Alberta's justice minister and solicitor general is accusing conservative 'opponents' — a group he says includes the media, provincial NDP and the federal Liberals — of wanting Alberta's health care system to collapse during the pandemic.
While the purchases couldn't be refunded, a GoFundMe was started and helped his mom get her money back.
Seven Calif. siblings have found their forever home three years after their parents died in a crash.
Video shows the Toronto Raptors star surprising his mom on Mother's Day.
A new video game will let its users roam Toronto neighbouroods as a raccoon.
Annie Bergeron-Oliver has the story of how the Royal Canadian Mint is sharing its appreciation for Canada's health-care workers.
Kashius Weme is no ordinary two-year-old, he can often be found at the local bike park flying off dirt jumps with kids 5-times his age.