Ontario will see a rise in ICU admissions related to COVID-19 that will once again put its hospitals under significant strain even without taking into account the spread of a new variant that it likely to “drive cases above current projections,” new modelling suggests.
The Ontario government is extending its pause on lifting capacity limits in remaining higher-risk settings where proof of vaccination against COVID-19 is required as case counts have been steadily rising across the province for the past month.
Ontario will be extending its paid sick leave program until at least July 2022, with the province's labour minister reaffirming his commitment to keep the legislation active until after the pandemic is over.
China's ambassador to Canada is calling on the federal government to ignore “invented” warnings from the United States about Huawei and allow the Chinese telecom giant's participation in this country's 5G networks.
Police say a 31-year-old man from Ottawa is facing multiple charges in ransomware attacks affecting businesses, government agencies and individuals throughout Canada, as well as cyber-related offences in the United States.
Katie Summers cancelled her wedding anniversary trip three times over the past 18 months. Now, the Omicron variant of COVID-19 means her January vacation to Hawaii with her husband may be added to the scrap heap.
The president of the African Community Association of Calgary says its members feel hurt and believe it's important for the federal government to address what they say is subtle racism behind Canada's new travel rules.
Two people are dead and another is in hospital with non-life-threatening injuries following a single vehicle collision on Highway 69 at the Key River, approximately 75 kilometres north of Parry Sound, Ont.
While Canada still has a way to go to rebuild its biomanufacturing sector, Innovation Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says it has rebounded beyond his initial expectations in the last several months.