Ethics committee summons Kielburger brothers to testify after they duck invitation
The House of Commons ethics committee unanimously passed a motion today to compel the men behind WE Charity to appear before MPs to explain their role in the botched summer student grants program and answer questions about allegations of donor fraud.
How this business is helping Canadians cure their COVID rage, one swing at a time
In a year of periodic lockdowns and pent-up frustrations, the Vengeance Van has taken off as a novelty recreation service amid the COVID-19 pandemic, offering a high-energy outlet for letting off a little destructive steam.
Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Monday
Germany is looking to ramp up the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine after authorities last week gave the green light for it to be administered to people 65 and over.
Interest in Saskatchewan Aurora Hunters group spikes during pandemic
A Saskatchewan Facebook group where people post photos of the northern lights and share tips on how best to capture them has exploded in popularity amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
How the pandemic could create the flexible workplaces parents need
The pandemic may actually lead to workplaces that are more empathetic to working parents, particularly women.
George Floyd murder trial tests how much — if anything — will change in U.S.
Minneapolis is on edge as the George Floyd murder trial tests how much, if anything, will change in the U.S. almost 10 months after the killing sparked global outrage.