Canada’s Wonderland says they are disappointed the government has not yet allowed amusement parks to reopen in Ontario, and due to the delay, the water park will remain closed for the rest of the season.
Lebanese-Canadians who watched in horror as an explosion tore through Beirut turned their attention to helping their homeland on Wednesday, even as they struggled to process their grief at the tragedy.
About 125,000 people in Quebec aged 18-69 are estimated to have contracted COVID-19, according to a new study published Wednesday by Quebec's blood collection agency - more than three times the official number reported by health authorities.
Police have named a 55-year-old man accused of stabbing a city shelter worker at an interim housing site in Toronto's midtown neighbourhood on Tuesday night, and also allege he tried to attack other workers.
Canada now has deals in place with pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and U.S.-based biotech firm Moderna to secure millions of doses of their experimental COVID-19 vaccines, in case either of the candidates is approved for wide-scale use.
A Canadian company is telling the government today that its trials of a potential COVID-19 vaccine on animals completely blocked the virus, but it must conduct human trials to know whether it has found a possible cure for the pandemic.
Nearly half of Canadians would support an election being called if the federal watchdog finds Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to have violated the Conflict of Interest Act again over the WE charity affair, a new poll suggests.