Canada will spend $440 million to join an international program which is trying ensure COVID-19 vaccines aren't just hoarded by rich countries, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday.
The new school year has started, but it’s been far from a smooth transition from distance learning that was implemented towards the beginning of the pandemic to a return to in-class learning.
OTTAWA -- Health Canada says it can't provide any information about the status of any of the rapid-testing devices for COVID-19 it is reviewing.
In addition to concern about class sizes, many Ontario parents of school children are concerned about a memo that has been going around instructing teachers on changes to self-isolation protocols.<
OTTAWA -- In a new speech from the throne, the Liberal government detailed its plan to face the coming second wave of COVID-19, support Canadians and businesses that are still struggling because of
Several provinces are imposing tougher measures in a bid to tackle a rapid increase in new COVID-19 cases.
With students returning to schools, and many businesses reopening, many Ontarians are concerned about the rising number of COVID-19 cases.
OTTAWA -- A guaranteed basic income for all Canadians has emerged as the top policy choice of Liberal MPs, just as the Trudeau government is crafting its plan to help people weather t
OTTAWA -- Less than two weeks before Parliament is to resume sitting, no one knows how it is going to function amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The federal government, combined with the government of Ontario are working together to ensure families have access to safe, affordable, and high-quality child care.