Pierre Fitzgibbon said the province has had preliminary talks with potential buyers in the pharmaceutical sector to keep Medicago's expertise and skilled workforce in Quebec.
Medicago has shut down its COVID-19 vaccine project in Quebec after its sole shareholder decided to no longer invest in the company, the company announced Thursday.
Currently, the board said Vancouver has 150,000 existing job vacancies and has a projected 700,000 workers set to retire over the next ten years.
BC Transit plans to move in a new direction when it comes to how riders pay fares. A new electronic fare system will be similar to what Metro Vancouver has been using.
Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington say final sales numbers for January are pointing to a shift in the market that may indicate stability despite rising interest rates.
The Saskatchewan government is looking at ways to increase patient access to a variety of health-care services, including ones that could mean new duties for health-care workers.
Hamilton fire deployed a hazmat team to a Canada Post sight Thursday afternoon following reports of suspicious package at a facility on Millen Road.
A ceremony for Black History Month in London, Ont., to be held at Museum London Saturday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. is set to feature a variety of performances and is open to everyone.
A federal court judge says that a man in Ontario was not entitled to receive Employment Insurance benefits after losing his job for refusing COVID-19 vaccination and testing.
The army says reserve personnel from 31 Service Battalion and 23 Support Company will conduct driving training between Hamilton, Ottawa and Petawawa from Feb. 3 to 5.
Environment Canada issued an extreme cold warning for a large swath of the province, including Montreal. The frigid temperatures are set to roll in throughout the day.
A New Brunswick parent group is welcoming a statement by the premier that the government's proposed reform to the French immersion program in schools isn't a sure thing.
Nova Scotia's utility regulator has defied the provincial government and approved an average 14 per cent increase in electricity rates over two years.
A pilot program enlisting an encampment response team, providing outreach services and bylaw enforcement, was extend after the initiative expired at the end of 2022.
GO Transit and UP Express train riders now have the ability to text Metrolinx amid any safety concerns on their commute, dispatching support if needed.
Controversial former Mount Royal University professor Frances Widdowson was getting set to speak at the University of Lethbridge, but protesters took over the space.
The sign, in the northeast community of Bridgeland, has taken a couple hits over the last year which has resulted in two missing letters.
While an action plan will be unveiled by early spring, legislation to guide its implementation won't come for some time after, Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson said.
Nestlé Canada stated that the company does not have a factory in Canada that manufactures any of its frozen meals or pizza products.
The inquiry, announced late last year, comes in response to a complaint filed by the environmental law firm Ecojustice on behalf of eight environmental groups.
Officials said a child was playing in a tunnel that had been dug out in a snowbank by the side of the road while snow-clearing operations were underway.
The City of Vernon says they've experienced a steady decline in donations given through the Kindness Meter program that began in 2016 but hopes things will change.
Conservatives will support sending the Liberal government's child-care bill for further study, party Leader Pierre Poilievre said Wednesday.
According to the Canadian Western Agribition, nearly $100 million was generated in economic activity in 2022 after last year’s Agribition.
Mayor Sutcliffe says the city needs financial support from other levels of government to make up for the lost revenue it expects will be associated with a provincial housing bill.
The B.C. government has announced that $3 million in funding has been allocated to launch its Passenger Transportation Accessibility Program.
It was unclear what provincial remedies Ford is considering, but a legislative committee in Ontario is also studying the issue.
Amira Elghawaby, who was appointed last Thursday, has faced criticism since her appointment was announced over an opinion piece she co-wrote about Quebec's Bill 21 in 2019.
Montreal's McGill University says the Raymond, Macdonald-Stewart and Barton buildings on the Macdonald Campus will be off limits for at least two days due to asbestos.
In a two-part letter, Ontario NDP incoming leader Marit Stiles raised concerns about a meeting involving a town in York Region, a developer and a local hospital.
With the unemployment rate at historic lows, many companies are "starved" for workers, and new immigrants will help fill some of the need, one expert said.
Shareholder proposals for U.S. companies, focused entirely on adopting emission reduction targets, got more support from Canadian investors.
The questions came as part of an update to the Calgary city councillors on the executive committee on Tuesday from officials with the Green Line project.
Organizations say Winnipeg has great examples like The Bell Hotel that help people transition out of homelessness. They say the city is in dire need of housing with supports.
As new safety measures go into effect on the TTC, one transit user describes her own disturbing encounter this past weekend while on the subway.
The Public Order Emergency Commission was initially given a deadline of Feb. 6 to submit its report to cabinet, but the government has now been advised that date will not be met.
Preliminary results of a new study suggest systemic racism in Quebec schools is adversely impacting Black youth, and researchers say some pedagogical practices need to change