Senior government officials are expected to speak Thursday about plans to increase daily COVID-19 testing rates and diversify testing options to include saliva testing and asymptomatic testing in select pharmacies at a news conference on Thursday.
OTTAWA The federal ethics watchdog has dismissed Conservative allegations of conflict of interest involving Prime Minister Justin Trudeaus chief of staff
Toronto Police have tracked down a man they say left a package filled with syringes and other paraphernalia by a midtown elementary school.
Vancouver Coastal Health says it will not be posting all COVID-19 school notifications online, unlike other health authorities in the province.
The Liberal government’s throne speech took place in Ottawa Wednesday afternoon and it’s clear that Alberta Premier Jason Kenney isn’t happy about it.
Business groups applaud Ottawas extension of wage subsidy program: Ottawa says it will again extend the wage subsidy program that has helped to buttress the economy against the novel coronavirus, a move business and labour groups both welcomed as critical to preserving jobs as the pandemic stretches into 2021. (Patrick Brethour, Matt Lundy, Rachelle Younglai, Josh OKane)
A new “gravity thrill ride” is coming to a North Shore Mountain and with construction underway, the attraction is expected to open next spring or summer.
The House of Commons will sit this fall with most MPs participating by video link so they can stay physically apart during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many food banks in the Greater Toronto Area say they are busier than ever before due to the pandemic.
Ottawa’s two COVID-19 care clinics reached capacity minutes after opening on Wednesday, while the COVID-19 Assessment Centre at Brewer Arena said people with no symptoms of novel coronavirus will be turned away from testing.
Thunderbird Entertainment Group (CVE: TBRD-OTC: THBRF) CEO Jennifer Twiner McCarron joined Steve Darling from Proactive Vancouver with news the company has r…