A new report that looks at the human trafficking transportation corridors throughout the country also reveals that Canadian women are most commonly the victims.
Ontario's booking system for COVID-19 vaccines, both online and via telephone, will launch on March 15.
A video of a long lineup inside of a HomeSense store in Thornhill, Ont. as York Region enters the red zone is generating lots of reaction online.
No, putting an onion in the corner of your room won't cure COVID-19 and a University of Guelph anthropology student is working to combat the misinformation around the global pandemic. For Lauren Chang, from Markham, Ont., Onions Don't Cure COVID started off as a research project, going on to receive a grant for her work from the #RisingYouth program. Now, this group of Canadian university students are creating infographics and videos to point people, particular individuals in immigrant communities, towards COVID-19 facts and not myths.
While U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has released a plan that could see England put an end to COVID-19 restrictions by June 21 Canadian officials are still cautious about putting out exact dates.
Manitoba announced changes to the self-isolation requirements for people in the province and is lowering the threshold for prolonged contact from 15 minutes to 10 minutes.
The HBO documentary series Allen v. Farrow allows Dylan Farrow, the adopted daughter of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow who claimed her father sexually abused her at the age of seven, to tell this story in her own words.
While Valentine's Day can be a great way to spend some time with the person you love, the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) is reminding the public to stay vigilant for romance scams, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ontario government announced the stay-at-home order will be extended in Toronto, Peel and North Bay-Parry Sound District for an additional two weeks, until at least March 8.
New modelling data released by the Public Health Agency of Canada shows that although cases, hospitalizations and deaths in Canada are declining, COVID-19 variants are still causing significant concerns around a possible resurgence.
Flora & Ulysses will be released on Disney+ on Feb. 19, directed by Canadian-born Lena Khan, a woman to know as she takes Hollywood by storm.
After significant delays in deliveries of both the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines to Canada, the Public Health Agency of Canada advises that shipments are back on track.
Mississauga, Ont., native and Netflix's 'Never Have I Ever' star Maitreyi Ramakrishnan will be on the cover of TIME magazine as part of 2021 TIME100 Next, an annual list of the next 100 most influential people in the world.
As inoculation rollouts continue around the world, some people are questioning why two companies aren't sharing their formulas.
Ontario reported 847 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, but a delay in Toronto's data has been impacting the province's daily reported cases.
Dr. Barbara Yaffe, Ontario's associate chief medical officer of health, stressed that as variants of concern continue to spread in the province, the public needs to continue to diligently follow the public health measures in place. "This is not the time to get complacent," Dr. Yaffe said. "I am strongly urging everybody to please continue to stay at home and limit non-essential trips, and continue to adhere to pubic health measures."
Ontario has announced what level of COVID-19 response framework 27 public health units will move into on Feb. 16.
The federal government announced the mandatory hotel quarantine for travellers coming to Canada by air will come into effect on Feb. 22.
"If the B117 variant behaves as it did in the United Kingdom, cases will start to grow here again in late February or early March."
Ontario's MInister of Education, Stephen Lecce, announced Thursday that the province will be postponing March Break until Apr. 12 to Apr. 16. "Postponing March Break, not cancelling it, is an important way that schools can help to limit community transmission," Lecce said.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans and show's lead Sarah Michelle Gellar have come out in support of Charisma Carpenter who detailed the "toxic" misconduct of the show's creator Joss Whedon.
Ontario reported 1,072 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, including 93 cases in Toronto, 196 in Peel and 125 new cases in York Region.
Canadian filmmaker Tracey Deer continues to take the world by storm as her film Beans, a story set during the 1990 Oka Crisis in Quebec, has now been selected for the prestigious Berlin Film Festival.