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.
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.
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.’
Canada’s Prime Minister took to social media on Friday to thank the employees of a Mississauga supermarket after they were confronted by an angry customer who refused to wear a mask and proceeded to make racist comments towards staff, calling the incident “hard to watch.”
Anyone who has been to the grocery store lately might have noticed some of their favorite canned drinks are only available in bottles or not at all, a shortage that may be due to the COVID-19 pandemic.