Health Minister Patty Hajdu said Sunday that all vaccines in use in Canada have been approved by Health Canada, reiterating the best to take is the first one offered, but said the agency wouldn't hesitate to stop usage that wasn't safe and effective.
Manitoba is moving K-12 schools in Winnipeg and Brandon to remote learning amid a spike in COVID-19 cases in the province, officials said on Sunday.
More than 860 medics have died in India since the COVID-19 pandemic began, 116 of them in less than a month during the ongoing second wave, according to the head of Indian Medical Association.
As much as a short video posted for Prince William and Kate's 10th wedding anniversary offers a rare glimpse of their family enjoying time at play, there is also a sense that it was a carefully crafted impression they chose to share.
A couple is engaged after meeting at a blind date photo shoot this fall, and the Indiana photographer who serendipitously brought them together also took pictures of the surprise proposal.
A woman was killed and four others were injured Tuesday in a shooting at a Richmond, Virginia, apartment complex, police said.
Louisville police department struggles to recruit new staff in Defund The Police era
As Joe Biden prepares to deliver his first address to Congress tonight, the question is whether the country is relatively satisfied with a laid-back leader who’s often out of sight.
Actress Rachel Bilson on Tuesday said that Rami Malek has reconnected with her weeks after she mentioned he had previously asked her to take down a photo she posted on Instagram of the two of them as teenagers.
The Minnesota city of Brooklyn Center is considering a resolution to reform policing nearly a month after the fatal officer-involved shooting of 20-year-old Daunte Wright that would send unarmed civilians to respond to minor traffic violations and mental health calls.
A Texas sheriff slammed President Biden’s border policies and argued it’s a “complete embarrassment” that his administration is forcing the Texas National Guard to clean up the piles of trash left behind by migrants.
There was no shortage of tips about who killed Pamela Pitts, a rowdy but compassionate 19-year-old whose body was found burned beyond recognition in a pile of trash in 1988