29 dead from COVID-19 in Ontario nursing and…

At least 29 deaths of residents in Ontario nursing and retirement homes have been linked to COVID-19, more than double the number that provincial officials reported on Monday.  The growing death toll is based on information…

OPINION | Opinion: How we care for those…

This column is an opinion by Dr. Andrew L. Smith, a psychiatrist at The Ottawa Hospital, and Dr. Neil de Laplante, a final-year psychiatry resident at the University of Ottawa. For more information about CBC's Opinion section, please…

We, too, are part of this world: How…

Conservative Christian communities are struggling to adapt to COVID-19 restrictions as they balance public safety with their communal lifestyle. Hutterites, the Amish and Old Order Mennonites live simply and separately from wider mainstream society."When a person…

Air pollution eases in four major cities as…

Public health measures shutting down workplaces and schools to fight the COVID-19 pandemic have led to a noticeable reduction in air pollution in multiple Canadian cities known for their traffic congestion, according to satellite images shared with…

Why Alberta is throwing billions behind the Keystone…

With the energy sector still reeling from weeks of economic turmoil, Alberta's United Conservative government announced Tuesday it is throwing its financial heft behind the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline. The investment of $1.5 billion, plus a $6-billion loan guarantee, aims to accelerate construction…