Washing your hands is better than disposable gloves for preventing COVID-19 spread, Public Health says

More than two months after the COVID-19 outbreak was declared a pandemic, the federal government has weighed in on whether

Why some think Canada’s beef business needs more smaller players

Michael Munton’s family has been ranching in southern Alberta for four generations. The Angus cattle they raise are the same

Stalkerware puts those living with abusers in even greater jeopardy during COVID-19 isolation

This column is an opinion by Christopher Parsons and Adam Molnar. Parsons a senior research associate with the Citizen Lab

Longer lines, virtual rallies and 17 million pencils: doing politics in a pandemic

For the politicians and the people working for them, it all takes some getting used to. Shaking hands and kissing

Green leadership candidate accuses Elizabeth May of ‘consolidating power’ in the party

The head of the Green Party’s Quebec wing is accusing outgoing leader Elizabeth May of consolidating her power within the

McIlroy, Johnson win ‘Driving Relief’ exhibition as live golf returns to TV

Rory McIlroy delivered the money shot Sunday as live golf returned to television for a Skins game that revealed plenty

President Donald Trump wants to see pro golf return with big crowds

President Donald Trump’s idea of golf getting back to normal is having thousands of fans who aren’t wearing masks in

After spending months alone at sea, Calgary man surfaces to new reality

Last September, Calgary resident Bill Norrie embarked on a quest. The seasoned sailor mapped out an ambitious course around the

Rona Ambrose, Canada’s former health minister, joins e-cigarette company Juul’s board of directors

Rona Ambrose, Canada’s former health minister, has joined the board of directors of e-cigarette company Juul. Juul CEO K.C. Crosthwaite

1 dead, 1 injured after Canadian Forces Snowbirds jet crashes in Kamloops, B.C.

A Canadian Forces Snowbirds jet crashed in Kamloops, B.C., on Sunday, the Kamloops Airport reported in a tweet. The airport

Novak Djokovic believes he will break the Grand Slam record

Novak Djokovic insists that he will win the most Grand Slam titles and become the longest-reigning world No. 1 by

Canadian Forces Snowbirds jet crashes in Kamloops, B.C.

A Canadian Forces Snowbirds jet crashed in Kamloops, B.C., on Sunday, the Kamloops Airport reported in a tweet. The airport

Bayern Munich wins as German soccer restart continues

Defending champion Bayern Munich returned to action Sunday with a 2-0 win at Union Berlin as the restart of German

Barring Taiwan from WHO is a serious health concern, Canada and allies say

Canada, the United States and six major allies have told the World Health Organization (WHO) that its ongoing exclusion of

NHL, players make progress on return-to-play plan: report

The NHL and its players union have made progress in their return-to-play talks, should the paused season be able to

Former NFL star Dexter Manley hospitalized with coronavirus

Former Washington Redskins star Dexter Manley is hospitalized and receiving oxygen to treat breathing issues related to the coronavirus, two

Walt Harris loses to Alistair Overeem by TKO in emotional UFC return

Walt Harris lost his first UFC fight since the death of his stepdaughter. Alistair Overeem stopped Harris in the second

Park Hyun-kyung wins KLPGA title in return to live golf

In a return to official live tournament golf after the coronavirus pandemic, Park Hyun-kung shot a final-round 67 Sunday to

Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada on Sunday

The latest: Provinces and territories prepare for varying reopening plans. New research reveals where you’re most at risk of COVID-19.

Travel restrictions turn peak season into bleak season for tourism sector

The May long weekend typically marks the beginning of the peak travel season within Canada, but border closures and travel

Malls need major rethink to survive pandemic, retail consultants say

Tina Kerger of Winnipeg describes herself as a «tactile» shopper who resisted online shopping before the COVID-19 pandemic. «When I

Why the Queen’s isolation is rich in symbolism

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Oil revenues plunge for many Indigenous communities in Western Canada

Considering how much effort the Frog Lake First Nation has spent developing its oil business over the decades, the decision

Spending on official residences is a ‘warm topic’ — and always has been

Little in life is certain these days, but there’s one thing you can always count on in the nation’s capital:

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