Montreal's Grey Nuns are facing a class action lawsuit alleging physical and sexual abuse of vulnerable young children under the congregation's care at its orphanage in the city spanning nearly 50 years.
An Ontario woman has become an 'autism influencer' on social media where she shares educational videos about what life is like as a young female living with the disorder and how autism presents itself differently in girls.
Ontario is on the brink of entering stage 3 of its reopening plan. Although it has yet to say when regions will be allowed to go the next level, businesses such as movie theaters and fitness gyms could be on the list to welcome back patrons.
A baby girl in Texas tested positive for COVID-19 shortly after her birth, offering what researchers call the strongest evidence yet that the disease can be transmitted from mothers to children in the womb.
Medical researchers and supercomputers are turning genetics labs into virus detective agencies, looking to find the novel coronavirus itself within blood samples from thousands of infected patients.
Iranian investigators are blaming a misaligned missile battery and miscommunication between soldiers and their commanders for the Revolutionary Guard shooting down a Ukrainian jetliner in January, killing 176 people.
Cheryl Sutton, Nipissing University's former vice-president of finance and administration, took over the leadership position on July 1, succeeding Dr. Mike DeGagné who has served in the role since 2013.
It was a group effort among Sudbury drivers to save a kitten earlier this week that was seen running alongside a busy highway. After a thorough search, the kitten was found in a car fender and has now been given the name ‘Fender.’
Seeing the success of its housing partnership with Northern College, the Cochrane District Social Services Administration Board birthed a program called ‘Housing Now’ as a new approach to tackling homelessness.