Some Canadians are propping open their mail boxes in an effort to do more to help protect mail carriers still on the job amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The family of a 26-year-old Brampton, Ont. man is calling for more mental health training for police officers, after he was stunned with a conducted energy weapon and shot dead by police.
Twenty-one more deaths linked to COVID-19 were confirmed by Ontario health officials Tuesday morning, as 379 additional cases of the novel coronavirus were announced.
Tuesday's daily update by Quebec's premier and health officials comes just hours before the province is to release its longer-term COVID-19 projections.
A woman who received a $2,800 ticket for violating the province’s public health order had tested positive for COVID-19, Regina police said on Tuesday.
An argument broke out when a person who wanted to deliver food to the Hasidic community in Boisbriand was denied entry at the security checkpoint.
Premier Doug Ford has added the Easter Bunny to the province’s list of essential workers following pressure from Mayor John Tory.
Concern among families and advocates is rising as more positive cases of COVID-19 have been connected to long-term care facilities in the province.
Eight people in a Laval-area long-term care facility have died from COVID-19 as of Monday, according to local officials.
A Vancouver woman who received an eviction notice before the provincial moratorium is worried about being able to find a new rental during the pandemic.
A massive amount of methamphetamine was seized in B.C. earlier this year, the Canada Border Services Agency says.
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