Retail stores are set to slowly reopen across the country as provincial governments ease up on COVID-19 closures. In B.C., retail stores were able to reopen as of mid-May under
As members of the Mohawk community maintain checkpoints at Oka’s provincial park, the grand chief of Kanesatake is asking for more time to prepare as Quebec lifts restrictions related to
Ontario reported 413 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Thursday, bringing the provincial total to 24,187 cases. The death toll has risen to 1,993 as 31 more deaths were reported.
Campbellford Memorial Hospital treated its first patient with the novel coronavirus in the emergency department on Tuesday. According to the Trent Hills, Ont., hospital, an individual visited the emergency department,
As Canadians continue to stay home to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, prolonged isolation and worry about the pandemic has begun to take a toll on mental health.
The Alberta government has no plans to make inoculation mandatory if or when an approved COVID-19 vaccine becomes available, Premier Jason Kenney said Wednesday night. The premier made the comment
The reeve of a northern Alberta municipality took to social media this week to voice his disgust with restrictions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, arguing public health measures are
TORONTO – Premier Doug Ford is vowing to increase COVID-19 testing after several days of low numbers, while also warning he will re-enact restrictions if the amount of new cases
George Chronopoulos started cutting hair when he was just 14 years old, and during his 71-year career he has sheared the locks of Hollywood royalty and the city’s business elite.
The City of Toronto has announced more than 850 parks amenities will reopen this week two months after officials shut down all amenities in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The