School boards are seeking confirmation from parents as to whether their child will be in the classroom or learning from home, and it's a difficult choice.
Universities are keeping tuition at the same levels despite many classes moving online, and students aren't happy.
Provinces are releasing their back-to-school plans for students ahead of the September 2020 return to the classroom.
The latest COVID-19 updates from Canadian officials, health experts and politicians.
A Filipina-Canadian woman who was sitting on the grounds of a public school during summer holidays was berated by a white woman claiming to be a teacher.
Lebanon is reeling after a massive explosion erupted at the central port in the capital city of Beirut. These charities are supporting relief efforts.
A recently published study shows that where and how long you sit on a commuter train could impact your chances of contracting COVID-19.
In a 90 minute testimony before the House of Commons finance committee Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stressed that the public service determined that the Canada Student Service Grant could only be run with WE Charity as the third-party company administering program, or it could not move forward at all.
Months into the COVID-19 pandemic, Canada's poison centres have reported worrisome trends relating to hand sanitizers.
According to police, a Brampton house party had over 200 people show up, with little to no social distancing being practiced.
While the world may be in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, that still isn’t enough to stifle Canadian actor and filmmaker Jay Baruchel’s excitement as his horror film, "Random Acts of Violence," is finally being released to the general public after about 10 years of work.
As cases of COVID-19 continue to spread around the world, Canadians are increasingly concerned about their health and safety.
Half of Canadians are confident their communities would take a second lockdown seriously if another wave of COVID-19 hit later this year.
An Alberta woman was spit on and called a racial slur by a man in a local park. He has now been arrested and charged.
Over the past four decades, the number of chicks that pairs of loons have produced on Ontario's lakes has steadily declined.
Last week, the Ontario government announced it would be ending Grade 9 streaming into applied and academic courses, beginning with math in the 2021-2022 school year.
The Ontario government has announced parts of the province will be able to move into Stage 3 of reopening on Friday.
After his biophysics internship was cancelled due to COVID-19, this teenager set his sights helping kids who also love outer space.
The U.S is no stranger to departing major global organizations, but the ramifications of this particular exit could spell costly for current member nations, including their closest ally in Canada.
As the conversation around Black lives continues to evolve, linguists are now taking a hard look at common words used today and how their meanings are rooted in racism.