One of Canada’s most famous dessert treats, the Nanaimo Bar, was recently featured in the New York Times' online cooking page, and has subsequently sparked a playful online debate about its authenticity among Canadians.
On Monday, three labour groups filed an appeal to unseal correspondence between Laurentian University and the Ministry of Colleges and Universities that relates to the insolvency being claimed by Laurentian University.
Some clarity on the future of Laurentian University should emerge by April 15, the university's president said Monday in his first statement since Feb. 1, when it was announced the school was insolvent.
COVID-19 infections in Ontario have spiked to levels unseen since early February but the province says Monday’s case count is higher than expected due to a “data catch-up process” related to its case and contact management system.
The Royal Family absorbed the tremors Monday from a sensational television interview by Prince Harry and Meghan, in which the couple said they encountered racist attitudes and a lack of support that drove the duchess to thoughts of suicide.
The Cochrane-based tech company is researching how simulating Earth-bound activities can help improve astronauts' mental health while on board the International Space Station (ISS) — and eventually during long-distance space travel.
As countries continue to vaccinate larger segments of their populations, federal Health Minister Patty Hajdu says that discussions about introducing some form of vaccine passport are 'very live' among the G7 countries.
The economic and life disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted some recent immigrants to leave Canada and return to their countries of origin, where they have more social and family connections.