Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pushed back Friday against Ontario's ongoing calls for tighter travel restrictions, saying finger-pointing won't help Ontarians as the province grapples with the third wave of COVID-19.
TTC ridership remains a fraction of its pre-pandemic levels and is now even lagging behind the relatively conservative projections that the transit agency had based its budget on in December, according to a new report.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's chief of staff says she wonders whether she could have done more to fight sexual misconduct in Canada's armed forces, but refuses to say how her boss was kept in the dark about an allegation against the former top solider.
Ottawa has introduced new ways for small and medium businesses to get access to rapid COVID-19 tests to stop workplace spread and Alberta has announced a deal with neighbouring Montana for truckers to get vaccinated south of the border.
Justin Trudeau stopped well short Friday of endorsing efforts to lift the veil on the trade secrets behind COVID-19 vaccines, insisting instead that Canada is already doing plenty to improve access to doses around the world.
Canada's labour market lost 207,000 jobs last month as a spike in COVID-19 variant cases led to renewed public health restrictions and raised concerns about longer-term economic consequences from the pandemic.
Toronto's top civil servant is coming to the defence of the city’s fire chief in the wake of a lawsuit filed by the Toronto District School Board laying blame for a blaze that destroyed a school two years ago at the feet of the Toronto Fire Service.
The author of a new study that cast doubt on the early efficacy of the Pfizer-BioNech coronavirus vaccine against variants of concern says he believes the data is not applicable to the situation in Canada where doses are being spaced out by up to four months.