A new scathing report by the military ombudsman states that while the office has been able to perform its duties in principle, efforts to make the role fully independent from the chain of command have been squashed by top officials.
A Quebec town just north of Montreal is cleaning up Tuesday in the aftermath of a tornado that tore through Monday afternoon.
A new poll suggests about two-thirds of Canadians believe that governments should not lift all restrictions related to COVID-19.
Canada will be lifting most international travel restrictions for Canadians, permanent residents, and certain foreign nationals who are fully vaccinated, starting July 5. Eligible travellers will not have to self-isolate but will still have to take COVID-19 tests before and upon arrival in this country.
The federal government is requiring all travellers enter their information and upload their documents through the ArriveCAN app to ensure travellers are adhering to the COVID-19 travel restrictions. Here's how the app works.
Watch highlights from PM Trudeau's address to Canadians
At least one person has died after a tornado touched down in Quebec, just north of Montreal. Genevieve Beauchemin reports.
A Toronto man has been charged with allegedly poisoning children after a 3-year-old girl died from eating cereal.
Grace Lee reports from Osaka, Japan, on the measures being taken to keep the venues at the upcoming Olympic Games safe from COVID-19.
Experts are warning people to be careful as online rental scams are increasing.
Ryan Brockington and Isaac Webster talk about writing a new book for children that celebrates different types of families.
The Atlantic's Rachel Gutman found an apple that had been left behind in her office before the pandemic started, so she ate it.
Summer will officially begin late tonight and the season is once again looking above seasonal.