Quebec public health authorities announced Sunday that 67,542 people have now tested positive for COVID-19 in the province and 5,802 people have died due to the disease since the start of the pandemic.
The Brockville Museum is highlighting some of the more spooky and unknown parts of history from around the town with a new guided tour.
North Shore Rescue is being featured in a new documentary series airing on B.C.s Knowledge Network.
There was frustration and confusion amongst people at a COVID-19 testing site outside College Catholique Franco-Ouest in Bells Corners Friday morning, after dozens of people were denied COVID-19 testing.
Mayor Bryan Paterson has issued a new emergency order requiring physical distancing on sidewalks and streets to discourage congregating and loitering in the downtown area.
With the dreaded second wave of coronavirus increasingly evident, with 427 new cases announced in Quebec, protests were again planned on Saturday to demand an end to the health emergency — though not many people showed up, at least in Montreal.
During the summer of COVID-19 it was swimming pools and hot tubs that were top sellers, now patio heaters and backyard fireplaces are the must-have items as fall arrives.
Fire crews in New Westminster are still battling the stubborn blaze in Pier Park on the citys waterfront that’s been burning since Sunday evening.
DoorDash is apologizing after a food delivery driver working for the company was caught on camera stealing a package from a customer’s doorstep in Surrey, B.C. Thursday.
Montreal is on track to stay in the ‘yellow’ COVID-19 alert zone for the next week at least, says the citys public health chief. But it’s clear that ‘we’re at the beginning of something.’
Old computers are getting a new life. An Ottawa man is taking donated old tech, and refurbishing it – making it usable for those in need.
Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri said he hasn’t had any contract discussions with team owner Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment since the club’s season ended last week.