As the number of people infected with COVID-19 hits record highs, hospitals run overcapacity with patients and modeling suggests the worst is yet to come, the Ontario Conservative government for a second day mulls what to do about it.
As COVID-19 patients overwhelm hospitals and flow into temporary field hospitals built on parking lots, overworked health care workers say the people they are trying to help are younger and sicker than in previous pandemic waves.
As opioid deaths in parts of Canada continue to rise, NDP MP Don Davies has tabled a bill to decriminalize drug use and instead approach substance addiction as a health issue.
Some elements of last September's deal with the NDP to improve EI, including an increase in minimum support level, may now become permanent, hints Minister Qualtrough.
Special committee of B.C. Legislature reviewing the province's Police Act hears from families of those victimized by police violence.
Minister Bernadette Jordan continues to enforce existing laws in violation of treaties between Canada and Mi'kmaq, says a fisher recently charged for crab trapping despite being authorized to fish for them by his band council.
Surging COVID-19 infections in Ontario and Alberta push infection rates to new highs, with no clarity if new public health restrictions are strong enough to reverse trends that in the last week have killed 162 in those provinces.
Conservative leader Erin O'Toole says he will vote against a Conservative MP's private member bill putting limits on abortion access but will let other caucus support it if they wish.
Originally promised to be law within one year after the Oct 21, 2019 election, Assembly of First Nations chief Perry Bellegarde is expressing his concern UNDRIP won't be passed before before the next election call.
In 2020, 77 per cent of Canada's imported oil came from the United States and 96 per cent of Canadian oil exports went to American consumers.