Spanish police said an employee at the Ukrainian embassy in Madrid was injured on Wednesday in an explosion that occurred while he was handling a letter.
Soccer fans will be packing the cafes and bars across the city for Thursday's Canada-Morocco game, especially in a neighbourhood north of downtown known as 'Little Maghreb.'
An experimental Alzheimer's drug modestly slowed the brain disease's inevitable worsening, researchers reported Tuesday.
Winter weather has hampered fighting on the ground, and Volodymyr Zelenskyy has told Ukrainians to expect a major Russian barrage this week.
Railroad unions on Tuesday decried Biden’s call for Congress to intervene in their contract dispute, saying it undercuts their efforts to address workers’ quality-of-life concerns.
Authorities eased some controls and announced a new push to vaccinate vulnerable groups after the demonstrations, but maintained they would stick to the 'zero-COVID' strategy.
While Ukrainian Canadians are able to celebrate the holiday in a safe environment, many have decided to support those who remain in Ukraine and Ukrainian newcomers to Canada.
The shelter site at what was formerly the Novotel Hotel Centre in downtown Toronto was leased by the city after the pandemic hit.
'As I close 25 years of public service, I do so with gratitude for those who built this magnificent land of opportunity through their wisdom and sacrifice.'
Tuesday's game marked the return of Matthew Tkachuk, a Calgary Flame for his first six NHL seasons, to the Saddledome after his summer trade to the Florida Panthers.
The renaming process of the south London, Ont., park won't begin until full city council grants final approval during its Dec. 13 meeting.
A final tally is expected Wednesday. But even so, the hefty sum is more than $1.2 more than donors gave last year -- an incredible feat by CKNW listeners.
About 50 protesters chanted slogans in both languages, such as "We don't want dictatorships, we want elections!" and ``Step down, Xi Jinping.''
Brigitte Cleroux, who does not have a nursing degree, worked at B.C. Women's Hospital between June 1, 2020 and June 23, 2021 when she was fired over her false credentials.
Trees on the ground of Osgood Hall, in the University Avenue and Queen Street area, were due to be removed by Metrolinx as part of its plans to construct the Ontario Line.
The Assembly of First Nations says the bill "continues the federal government's approach of privileging English and French while devaluing Indigenous languages."
The bill, which would ensure that same-sex and interracial marriages are enshrined in federal law, was approved 61-36 on Tuesday, including support from 12 Republicans.
Calgary homeless advocates and those who serve the city’s vulnerable population are concerned about the effects of staying outside in -20 C weather.
Scotiabank's Q4 earnings showed growth in its international banking division, though overall results were weighed down by about $500 million in one-time charges.
'Russian missiles have destroyed about 50 per cent of Ukraine's energy-generating infrastructure,' says Nick Krawetz, a volunteer with the Ukrainian Canadian Congress in Manitoba.
'No matter what struggle it is they’re struggling with, there is something available to help them,' said one of the creators of a new veterans wellness program.
A jury found Stewart Rhodes guilty of sedition in a trial that showcased the far-right extremist group's efforts to keep Donald Trump in the White House at all costs.
Four police officers were present to maintain order and public safety while city workers removed the tents and speak to the people camping in the area.
A one-sentence update to Twitter's online rules states the policy was no longer being enforced as of Nov. 23, which some accounts have already taken advantage of.
The "drive safe" message on bright yellow background brings CPS photo radar vehicles in line with provincial legislation taking effect next month.
The First Nation says the new partnership is a step toward helping communities find the truth of what occurred in residential schools.
Quebec's administrative labour tribunal wrote in its decision that the woman's employer went so far as to take her doctor's note and throw the paper in her direction.
The mother of a man found dead last week in Moncton is calling for change after what she calls a series of systemic failures led to his body being found in a cold public washroom.
According to Opta, Canada is the third team to lose its first five World Cup matches, joining Mexico (which lost its first nine) and El Salvador (lost six).
The government of Saskatchewan announced Tuesday that it is providing $1.15 million to Mitacs for research internships and programming.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are raising funds for ALS Action Canada in memory of Leafs legend Börje Salming. Here's how you can help.
'Obviously, everyone in China should be allowed to express themselves, should be allowed to share their perspectives and indeed, protest,' Trudeau said.
While a guest on an episode of 'The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,' Will Smith described the Oscars as a 'horrific night.'
Nova Scotiasays logging can't go ahead until the company conducts surveys in the forest and the government looks into the situation.
A two-day meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Bucharest is likely to see the 30-nation alliance make fresh pledges of non-lethal support to Ukraine.
Nova Scotia residents who receive student assistance will get a one-time payment of $550 'to help post-secondary students with the rising cost of living.'
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement calling for strong winds in the Guelph and Waterloo Region areas as well as Huron and Perth counties.
It's unclear whether any Iranian or U.S. government officials will be on hand for the match. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken already attended the U.S. match against Wales.
After a period of organizational turbulence, the centre has continued its work, with a lower profile, a smaller budget, and a focus that has increasingly shifted.
The spokesman for Ukraine's Foreign Affairs Ministry said the findings point to the need for a special tribunal. But Ukraine's allies, including Canada, question the proposal.
Asked about criticism of the crackdown, a Foreign Ministry spokesman defended Beijing’s anti-virus strategy and said the public’s legal rights were protected by law.
The strategy, announced Sunday in Vancouver, includes commitments to increase military spending and build closer ties with countries such as India.
Statistics Canada's preliminary estimate for the third quarter suggests the economy grew by 0.4 per cent. That's in contrast to 0.8 per cent growth in the second quarter.
The hospice are accepting donations in person and online. They are looking to raise enough gift cards and cash to pay for groceries for an entire year.
The Edmonton Oilers scored late in the third and early in overtime to snatch a 4-3 victory from the Florida Panthers Monday night at Rogers Place.