Earthquakes Canada says Montreal, Longueuil, Mascouche, and Repentigny were hit with seismic waves radiating from about 10 kilometres underground just after 8 p.m. on Sunday.
The statement said there was no evidence that any of the copied data was being misused. BORN is currently monitoring the internet, including the dark web.
Proof that deer experienced elevated stress in response to wildfires in British Columbia's southern Interior can be found in their poop.
Mark Bishop spent a year and half working with the city to get permission to build a parking pad on his property to accommodate an EV charger. The city ultimately said no.
If the case is allowed to go ahead, it would cover all residents of long-term care homes where COVID-19 outbreaks occurred during the first two waves of the pandemic.
The group behind a proposed carbon capture and storage network for Alberta's oilsands is watching the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion's latest regulatory hurdles with dismay.
As the cost of living continue to rise across Canada, many women are forced to choose between feeding their families and buying menstrual products, according to advocates.
A Calgary manufacturing facility has developed a new innovation it hopes will make electric vehicles more efficient for companies and consumers.
The ARS product is one of several needle-free devices being developed to treat dangerous reactions to food, insect stings and medications.
Casino company Caesars Entertainment was also hit by a cyberattack, although it said casino and online operations were not disrupted.
Towards the end of summer, wasp populations typically reach their peak as colonies expand in size and the need for food intensifies in preparation for the upcoming winter season.
Laws will address the four phases of emergency management, ranging from preparedness and mitigation to response and recovery, according to Emergency Management Minister Bowinn Ma.
Minister Searle Turton said he’s working with different ministries to get the application web portal up and running so families can access the funds.
At 348 cases as of Monday, AHS said the slowing increases is a 'clear indication' of a peak in cases, as the province ponders an inquiry into what happened.
A Montreal lawyer says that Quebec's COVID-19 response in long-term care homes was marked by improvisation and that a pre-existing pandemic plan was ignored until it was too late.
Hospital visits for self-harm among youth saw a 'large' increase during the first years of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada, according to a new study.
Health Canada warns that foods contaminated with Listeria bacteria won’t necessarily look or smell spoiled, but they can still make people sick.
In a late night statement, CMOH Dr. Mark Joffe announced five additional daycare sites in Calgary are closed due to positive E. Coli tests.
An expert said an E. coli outbreak is beyond the norm and food safety should be a given when it comes to daycare. But that's not all parents should consider in making their choice.
In provinces where there's no requirement that child-care centres supply food, such as Alberta, experts say there aren't robust regulations around food handling.
Rebecca Mayrhofer and other victim advocates have long sought reform of the system handling offenders deemed not criminally responsible by reason of mental disorder.
There could be more cases, including among other Canadians travelling in France, because symptoms of botulism can take up to eight days to appear.
While Shell has its own net-zero ambitions, Susannah Pierce said the speed of global decarbonization is dependent on the entire economy transitioning, not just the energy sector.
Eleven days after an E. coli outbreak was declared in Calgary daycares, Alberta’s premier will be joining provincial and health officials for an update on the outbreak.
Earlier this month, the District of Tofino warned that water levels in its reservoirs had hit historic lows and it may need to implement its most extreme level of restrictions.
The technology uses AI to provide women with personalized risk estimations one to two years ahead of time, even when a current mammogram comes back clear.
A spokesperson with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission says engineering consulting firm Xona Partners is carrying out the review.
Legault often boasts that Quebec emits the least amount of greenhouse gases per capita in North America and that 99 per cent of its electricity comes from renewable sources.
The research that examined the dikes in Merritt also found that the Town of Princeton and the City of Abbotsford did not properly report on their dikes.
Some Republicans have been wary of following the path of the European Union, which signed off in June on the world's first set of comprehensive rules for artificial intelligence.
Children under age five are most at risk of developing a severe illness called hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), a kidney disease that can be caused by E. coli 0157.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ruled Tuesday that a key drug in popular decongestants is ineffective, which one Canadian group of doctors has known for years.
While health inspectors and labs investigate an E. coli outbreak in Calgary daycares, one food supply expert suspects the issue could have come from further up the supply chain.
Advisors to the FDA voted unanimously on Tuesday against the effectiveness of the key drug found in popular versions of Sudafed, Allegra and other medications.
The E. coli variant known as 0157 is often the most virulent and can cause hemolytic uremic syndrome, which affects the kidneys and the ability of blood to clot.
One of the best ways to protect kids and teachers against the dual threat of viruses and polluted air is better ventilation coupled with air filtration, air quality experts say.
Health Canada has authorized the Moderna COVID-19 booster shot, with the aim of strengthening people's protection against the virus for the fall.
As of Monday, 231 lab-confirmed cases were linked to the outbreak, with 26 in hospital – 25 kids and an adult – and 21 kids developing hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS).
A Northwest Territories official says pre-registration for flights will begin at 8 a.m. Tuesday for wildfire evacuees from Hay River, Enterprise and K'atl'odeeche First Nation.
Three daycares with no links to the Calgary E. coli outbreak reopened on Monday, but parents are left angry and without answers about what happened to their kids.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's decision is part of a shift to treat fall updates of the COVID-19 vaccine much like getting a yearly flu shot.
On Monday, the Rotary Club of Peterborough presented Camp Kawartha with a $25,000 donation, bringing the contribution up to $75,000 to support a new health centre at the camp.
A Halifax-area woman is frustrated after her diabetic husband missed a meal during a stay at the Victoria General Hospital, and had another meal arrive several hours late.
As of Sunday, there are 190 lab-confirmed cases linked to the E.coli outbreak and 27 kids are in hospital. Seven patients were discharged from hospital.
Parks Canada says it has killed a coyote that was seen chasing a cyclist. This is the second incident of aggressive behaviour by coyotes along the Cabot Trail in less than a week.
A study published Thursday in the JAMA Network Open found that exposure to extreme heat may increase the risk of severe health problems in pregnant individuals.
The medication will not work on someone who has overdosed on stimulants including cocaine, MDMA (ecstasy) and Ritalin, but will not cause harm either.
On Wednesday, a brand-new lab examining wildlife teeth for age analysis and disease tracking opened at Lethbridge College. It’s the first of its kind in Canada.