New COVID-19 cases in Ontario have jumped back up past the 1,000 mark Wednesday following a slight dip reported a day earlier.
The idea of giving citizens ‘passports’ proving they’ve been vaccinated is controversial around the world, and in Ottawabut less so in Quebec, whose health minister says the province is going full steam ahead on the idea.
Migrant and undocumented workers must have access to the COVID-19 vaccine as part of Canada’s immunization effort, advocates said Wednesday, calling on all levels of government to ensure the workers are guaranteed the shots.
The U.K. is weighing whether Britons will need proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test to visit bars and return to the office, and Israel is issuing vaccination passports for going to hotels and gyms.
After months of living in tents near Gateway International Bridge, migrants in Matamoros prepare to be taken to the U.S to begin processing. Onelia Alonso, a Cuban migrant, says these months have been filled with uncertainty. She has not only had to face the pandemic but also a winter storm..
For an Ottawa-area couple dreaming of warmer days, they transformed their backyard into a nine-hole mini-putt golf course.
Some travellers arriving in Toronto say their calls are being disconnected after waiting hours to book a mandatory quarantine hotel.
Former Montreal Symphony Orchestra (OSM) Kent Nagano is coming back for three special concerts, and will be named conductor emeritus.
The first of four vaccination clinics in Leeds, Grenville and Lanark opened Tuesday in Kemptville, with approximately 175 health care workers from Kemptville District Hospital receiving their first dose.
Jacqueline Boltons security cameras captured what appears to be two coyotes hunting down their prey, right in front of her house.
Several international travellers arriving at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport have refused to comply with a new rule requiring a three-day hotel quarantine, local police said Wednesday.
Standing just taller than the folding plastic table behind her, Charlotte Kwavnick is dwarfed by the two table spread. They are piled high with bags filled with socks, underwear, and gloves.