Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada and the world on Tuesday

A U.S. official told a World Health Organization meeting on Tuesday that Washington would participate in…

Air Canada cuts 1,500 more jobs, and cancels 17 more routes

Canada’s biggest airline has informed 1,500 of its workers that they’ll soon be out of jobs…

Champions League: Paris Saint-Germain Lose Angel Di Maria For Barcelona Tie

Angel Di Maria suffered a thigh injury during the 2-0 Ligue 1 win against Marseille on…

Ontario reports 1,022 new COVID-19 cases — the fewest since early November

As of yesterday, there were 13,948 confirmed, active cases of COVID-19 provincewide. The number of active…

WHO says coronavirus unlikely to have leaked from Chinese lab

A World Health Organization expert says the coronavirus is unlikely to have leaked from a Chinese…

Federal officials give update on COVID-19 vaccines

Government of Canada officials hold a technical briefing to provide an update on the regulatory status…

GM extends closure of Ontario factory as semiconductor chip shortage deepens

General Motors Co. said on Tuesday it was extending production cuts at three North American plants…

Rich countries are shooting themselves in the foot with vaccine nationalism, OECD warns

As the Trudeau government is forced to explain delays rolling out COVID-19 vaccines, some of the…

As Ontario schools reopen, parents and experts say details of COVID testing plan lacking

The provincial government has promised to provide up to 50,000 rapid COVID tests a week for…

A rare glimpse inside Calgary’s COVID-19 isolation hotel, as travellers share concerns

Two men, both now at home, are among the few willing to speak publicly about their…