As a lifelong Habs fan, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he was 'deeply disappointed' with the Montreal Canadiens' decision to draft Logan Mailloux, who was charged and fined in Sweden for sharing explicit sexual photos without the consent of the woman in the pictures.
Inspired by skull imagery and 'The Lord of The Rings,' a Brazilian tattoo artist has covered nearly every part of his body in ink and undergone surgeries to give himself horns, a forked tongue and pointed orc ears, even cutting off his nose to complete the look.
While some are suggesting on social media that there is a connection between the appearance of shingles symptoms after being vaccinated against COVID-19, experts say there is no evidence to suggest that these vaccines cause shingles.
Noront Resources, the mining company that currently holds development rights in northern Ontario's Ring of Fire chromite deposit with plans to build a smelter in Sault Ste. Marie, is about to be taken over.
Canadians could be facing mail disruptions and slowdowns at the border with the United States next month after members of a union representing about 9,000 Canadian Border Service Agency employees voted in favour of striking, jeopardizing the federal government's reopening plans.
Canada currently has enough doses of COVID-19 vaccines in the country to fully vaccinate every eligible person over the age of 12, with more than 66 million doses received as of Tuesday. While more than 26 million of the eligible 33 million Canadians have rolled up their sleeves, the push is now on to try to reach those who haven't.
A man accused of killing eight people, mostly women of Asian descent, at Atlanta-area massage businesses pleaded guilty to murder Tuesday in four of the killings and was sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison.
With the COVID-19 pandemic and health restrictions making a difficult time even harder, funeral service providers in Sudbury say they are now busier than ever trying to honour lives lost over the last several months.