Partisan divisions on COVID-19 exist in Canada but they’re deeper — and more dangerous — in the U.S.

In response to a reporter’s question on Monday, Ontario Premier Doug Ford passed on a chance to take a shot

Some U.S. religious leaders flout COVID-19 restrictions

School buses delivered hundreds of church-goers to Life Tabernacle Church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Sunday, defying physical-distancing guidelines and

Oilers, Flames announce temporary layoffs due to coronavirus pandemic

The Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames have announced temporary staff reductions because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The moves on Monday

Former Canucks goalie Eddie Lack retires after stepping away with injury

Former Vancouver Canucks goaltender Eddie Lack is retiring from the NHL. Lack, who had been sidelined this season with a

Longer road, but less limbo for Canadian athletes headed to Tokyo Games

On the coldest, wettest, hardest days on Elk Lake, rower Hillary Janssens told herself and her numb hands “this is

Air Canada to begin laying off 15,000 employees amid pandemic-related flight cancellations

Air Canada will temporarily lay off more than 15,000 unionized workers beginning this week as the airline struggles with effects

Phil Mickelson ‘working on’ possible rematch vs. Tiger Woods

Phil Mickelson says he is “working on” a rematch with Tiger Woods. The two PGA titans tangled in “The Match:

Quebec couple fleeing COVID-19 ‘endangered’ Yukon First Nation, chief says

A Quebec couple, apparently fearing the spread of COVID-19, travelled thousands of kilometres across the country to find haven in

Senators’ Tkachuk says teammates who tested positive for COVID-19 are ‘doing well’

Ottawa Senators winger Brady Tkachuk says two teammates who tested positive for COVID-19 are “doing well.” Speaking on one of

Canadian military assembles ‘rapid reaction’ teams to help with pandemic response

The Canadian military has mobilized 24,000 full-time and part-time members to respond to calls from provinces and northern Indigenous communities

Edmonton man keeps ‘even keel’ during Beijing quarantine, 54 days in isolation

Throughout his career playing minor hockey in 13 countries, Rory Rawlyk has come to expect brushes with disaster. Rawlyk arrived

‘I knew this day was coming’: Ex-pro golfer Casey Martin fighting to save leg

Former PGA Tour pro Casey Martin, who won the right to use a golf cart in professional events, is now