The federal government is tapping the brakes on its plans to phase out pandemic aid programs this summer, deciding instead to freeze benefits at current levels and extend help by an extra month bey
There are many ways to help Hamilton residents beat extreme heat -- and some of those ideas could be presented to the city’s board of health next month.
Ontario is putting more than $62 million in its autism budget this year to make services more available, as the province works to shore up its delayed revamp of the program.
The long-standing tradition of the Governor General acceding to Canadian prime ministers’ requests to dissolve Parliament will practically push Mary Simon to accept a plea from Justin Trudeau to ca
In order to ensure those who have had medical procedures delayed or postponed, the Province is launching the Ministry of Health's surgical recovery plan.
Canadians could be facing mail disruptions and slowdowns at the border with the United States next month after members of a union representing about 9,000 Canadian Border Service Agency employees v
The federal government is investing in two projects intended to help improve vaccination rates against COVID-19 in young Canadians.
A game-changer for Hamilton commuters and day-trippers — all-day GO Train service to Toronto — appears to be on track, at last.
Ontario is FINALLY out of lockdown and into Step 3 of the Province’s reopening framework. Most businesses are open, at least in some capacity, and things are starting to return to normal.
A few days after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Hamilton