Pfizer will ship COVID-19 vaccine in fewer vials if Canada agrees to label change
Pfizer and BioNTech will cut back on how many vials of COVID-19 vaccine they send Canada this year if the federal health regulator agrees to change the vaccine label to say every vial contains six doses instead of five.
Mystery solved: Love will be in the mountain air as The Bachelorette takes over Jasper Park Lodge
The mystery surrounding a 65-day booking at an iconic Jasper, Alta., hotel has been solved — and the Rocky Mountain resort will need to stock up on some lush, long-stemmed roses.
Air Transat cancelling all flights out of Toronto for duration of winter season
Montreal-based Air Transat says it is suspending all flights out of Toronto for the remainder of the winter season.
U.S. warns of heightened domestic terrorism threat after election, Capitol riot
The United States could face a heightened threat of domestic extremist violence for weeks from people angry at Donald Trump's election defeat and inspired by the deadly storming of the U.S. Capitol, the Department of Homeland Security warned on Wednesday.
Canada Post employee with COVID-19 dies amid outbreak at plant west of Toronto
A Canada Post employee who worked at the Crown corporation's Gateway East plant in Mississauga, Ont., and contracted COVID-19 earlier this month has died.
N.L. man reportedly trying to 'stop the election' facing 4 charges after arrest outside candidate's office
According to RCMP, George Brake, 66, allegedly threatened Newfoundland and Labrador politicians prior to his arrest Tuesday outside a local candidate's office and is now facing four charges. Police say they seized 36 knives from his vehicle.