Scientist who used radar to find graves at Kamloops residential school site only scanned two of 160 acres
The Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation released the findings of a search of the Kamloops residential school grounds, pointing to a long search ahead and investigation to identify the missing children.
Report by McMaster University researchers uncovers why rare blood clots occur after some vaccine jabs
A team of researchers at McMaster University in Hamilton, Not., have uncovered why dangerous but very rare instances of blood clotting called VITT happens after individuals receive an injection of AstraZeneca vaccine.
A new generation leads protests for Palestine in Ottawa
The children of Palestine are leading the protests in Ottawa
Ontario to implement first of its kind anti-human trafficking protocol in schools
Ontario will spend $2.4 million to implement a strategy in schools to combat human trafficking.
Save for Waterloo region, Ontario to enter Step 3 five days early
Ontario will enter Step 3 of reopening five days early on July 16.
RoseAnne Archibald becomes first woman to lead Assembly of First Nations
Roseanne Archibald of Ontario becomes the first woman to lead the Assembly of First Nations.
Chasing the Cup: Despite the Canadiens’ loss, the journey was a beautiful ride
Despite losing to the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Montreal Canadiens magical run was a happy moment in a difficult year.
Community battles boat wake and congestion on the Gatineau River
Boat traffic and wake are a hazard to people and the environment. Local group Friends of the Gatineau River are looking into potential solutions.
Motorhomes “plan A” for Canadians yearning for summer travel adventures
Canadians are continuing to give RV rentals and purchases a try even as the pandemic wanes.
Mary Simon named Canada’s first Indigenous governor general
Mary Simon has been named Governor General becoming the first Indigenous person to hold the post.