The federal government has earmarked $2.6 million to help meet a spike in demand for mental-health services linked to the coronavirus pandemic at Indigenous communities in Ontario’s far north.
While the street patio isn’t officially open, the lane closure on Red River Road between Court Street and St. Paul Street is creating a buzz in the north core.
People in recovery at the Sister Margaret Smith Centre will have new beds to sleep in thanks to the generosity of Dufresne Furniture and Appliances.
The Wake the Giant Music Festival is the latest event to be postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The festival will return Sept. 18, 2021 and all current ticket holders will be automatically refunded.
The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 12:02 p.m. ET on July 11, 2020:
KANESATAKE, Que. - Rolling convoys are marking the 30th anniversary of the Oka crisis today in Mohawk communities near Montreal.
DALLAS - The coronavirus pandemic has taken away another summertime tradition in the U.S.: There will be no free Slurpees at 7-Elevens on Saturday — July 11 — to hail a date that doubles as an abbreviation of the convenience store chain's name.
The rise of the “new normal” isn’t about to stop one of our community’s top sports-related charities and their volunteering professional athletes.
While it wasn’t exactly the end to the season that he had envisioned, Nicholas DeGrazia can still look back fondly on an exceptional initial campaign of playing junior A hockey.
Carson Hill can remember the days when he stole the spotlight in his father’s own real estate ads.