Canada lost almost two million jobs during the month of April, a record high, as the impact of COVID-19 on the economy made itself known.
Quebec Premier François showed little patience on Monday when asked about the Quebec English School Boards Association (QESBA)’s push to delay the reopening of
Karen Nurkowksi — if you don’t recognize the name, you may recognize her face. Nurkowski has become a regular presence on Saskatchewan TV screens
Political leaders in Canada are experiencing a surge in public support as they focus their efforts on the non-political work of fighting the COVID-19
The PGA tour has given sports fans a glimmer of hope after announcing Thursday that it will resume its 2020 schedule in June, without
Editor’s note: CBC News commissioned this public opinion research before concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic mounted. About half of the total survey of 1,200 respondents
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was in intensive care Tuesday fighting the coronavirus, while authorities in New York and elsewhere in Europe hoped that
Cutthroat suppliers, shady middlemen, phantom shipments, prices soaring by the hour. What sounds like an organized-crime thriller is actually the new world of government
The coronavirus pandemic has brought the global economy to a standstill and plunged the world into a recession that will be “way worse” than
Alberta has suspended environmental reporting requirements for industry. The move comes in a ministerial order signed on Tuesday by Environment Minister Jason Nixon.