Premier Doug Ford and Health Minister Christine Elliott will meet next week with Ontario nurses to talk about staff shortages.
The gates at the Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese haven't always been locked, but Lorraine Lowe says the chains are a symbol of trying times.
To avoid field hospitals held together with tarps and duct tape in future outbreaks or pandemics, the new acute care hospital in Windsor-Essex will be equipped with large sections of unused space to allow for surge capacity.
Ontario's solicitor general has requested an external investigation of Thunder Bay Police Service (TBPS) leadership after several human rights complaints were filed by officers and a member of its oversight board.
Anxiety and feelings of depression and loneliness among adult Canadians are at their highest levels — especially among women and frontline workers — since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, a report released Tuesday by Toronto's Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) suggests.
The provincial government has committed to building a new elementary school in southwest London where students have already outgrown existing classroom space.
A key player behind a convoy travelling to Ottawa to protest a vaccine mandate for truckers is warning that those planning to use the event for acts of violence or vandalism won't be tolerated.
A convoy of transport trucks is travelling through Manitoba on its way to Ottawa to protest the federal mandate that requires them to be vaccinated to cross the Canada-U.S. border.
Opting against two Indigenous names and in response to a poll of parents, a selection committee for the Thames Valley District School Board in Ontario is recommending Ryerson Public School be renamed Old North P.S.
Kaleb Dahlgren didn't know about STARS air ambulance until the night his life was saved. The then-teenager was travelling with his Saskatchewan junior hockey team, the Humboldt Broncos, when a semi-truck failed to yield at a stop sign and collided with the bus Dahlgren was on near Armley, about 335 km north of Regina, on April 6, 2018. Sixteen people died and 13 were injured. Dahlgren and others were airlifted to hospital and received medical attention on board Shock Trauma Air Rescue (STARS) air ambulances, run by the non-profit organization, which serves Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta.
A former Regina doctor accused of sexually assaulting five female patients has testified he was surprised and shocked by the complaints against him.
Doctors at the Red Deer Regional Hospital warn that conditions are taking a toll at the central Alberta facility after a patient died in the ER and the estimated wait time spiked to 14 hours on the weekend.
Alberta is seeing early signs that the transmission of the Omicron variant may be slowing, Health Minister Jason Copping said Tuesday.
A chance encounter by two rivals in a 7-Eleven parking lot led to the fatal stabbing of a 27-year-old man, a Calgary judge heard Tuesday.
Two mothers in Newfoundland and Labrador want changes to how the province handles COVID-19 within its daycare centres, citing missed work and mounting frustrations at policies that force their young children to stay home more often than not.
Nova Scotia is reporting five deaths and 92 people in designated COVID-19 hospital units on Tuesday, including 15 in intensive care.
Four hospitals in the Horizon Health Network are nearing or beyond full capacity, with COVID-19 outbreaks being reported in six hospitals.
Saskatchewan reported two new COVID-19-related deaths on Tuesday, bringing the total in the province since the start of the pandemic to 977.
Health Minister Jason Copping and Dr. Deena Hinshaw, Alberta's chief medical officer of health, will provide an update Tuesday on COVID-19 and its impact on the health-care system.
The court-appointed monitor overseeing Laurentian University's insolvency says the school needs more time to solve its financial woes.
A refugee sponsorship group in Yukon is aiming to resettle another family in the territory, the first since before the pandemic.
Peel Regional Police say an off-duty officer has been charged with impaired driving offences after a crash in Brampton last week.
Calgary's hot housing market is expected to ease from last year's record levels, but prices are forecast to continue rising as the market remains at stronger-than-historical levels, says a new industry outlook.
Letters from top Ontario officials to Windsor's acting medical officer of health scold him for sending now-rescinded written directives to businesses to halt the arrival of temporary foreign workers, CBC News has learned.
The federal government says it will not back down on its vaccination rule for cross-border truckers despite entrenched opposition from some drivers and groups claiming to represent their interests.
The mother of a well-known Nova Scotia comedian who died nearly two years ago says having his ashes stolen is like losing her son all over again.
Another six people have died due to COVID-19 in Manitoba and there are 13 more people with the coronavirus in hospital as of Tuesday, the provincial government reported through its online dashboard.
The union that represents school education support staff on P.E.I. is asking the province to put a pause on the respite care programs in schools when conditions are not safe.
Calgary's lone Liberal MP says he has paid a fine after a doorbell camera captured him removing an opponent's campaign flyer and replacing it with one of his own on the eve of the last federal election.
A new study looking at housing conditions in remote First Nations in northwestern Ontario associated poor air quality with respiratory health issues for young children.
Yukon Education Minister Jeanie McLean and Acting Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Catherine Elliott will give a live COVID-19 update Tuesday morning at 10 a.m.
The number of patients with COVID-19 in Ontario's intensive care units climbed to 626, the province reported Tuesday, a new high for the ongoing Omicron-driven wave of the pandemic.
The Canadian government says it's withdrawing the family members of diplomatic staff stationed in Ukraine amid heightened fears of a Russian invasion.
Students, teachers and school staff across Newfoundland and Labrador are dusting off their lunch bags as they return to the classroom, many of them for the first time in 2022.
Staff shortages because of COVID-19 have forced the shutdown of in-person learning at Princess Elizabeth Public School for the week. Instead, students will have to log in to learn remotely until the end of the month.
Ukraine's leaders sought to reassure the nation that a feared invasion from neighbouring Russia was not imminent, even as they acknowledged the threat is real and prepared to accept a shipment of American military equipment Tuesday to shore up the country's defences.
The mother of a seven-year-old girl allegedly abducted by her anti-vaccine father more than two months ago is urging the Saskatchewan RCMP to issue an Amber Alert, but police say the case doesn't meet the standard.