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Residents of Berlin are praising Germany's response to COVID-19 as the country slowly eases out of its pandemic restrictions.

by : B.C.'s top doctor says more data on COVID-19 in the province is on its way. Some say it's long overdue.

Advocates say the living conditions seen in a viral video are just one of the issues facing migrant farm workers.

Police estimated the crowd to be between 3,500 and 4,000 and said there was no violence.

Scenes from the rally in Toronto, following the death of Regis Korchinski-Paquet, a black woman who died after 911 calls to police. It’s now under investigation by the SIU, the police watchdog

by : Early data from other countries shows us what life might look like when lockdown restrictions lift.

Many Americans rely on traveling to Canada to buy insulin. Border restrictions now make that difficult.

Ambassadors will now cast secret ballots to decide who will sit on the UN Security Council.

Over 80 per cent of respondents to a Canadian survey said they feel flying is risky. Many are now turning to RVs for summer getaways.

by : The way Parliament functioned pre-pandemic wasn't ideal. Maybe it's time for a change.

What happens if you can't wear a mask? What can businesses do if customers won't follow social distancing? Here are the answers.

Some pandemic restrictions in Russia will be lifted Monday, but some businesses are already open underground.

Canadian soldiers serving in long-term care homes are now eligible for the same benefits as those serving overseas.

A history-making space flight was put on hold for bad weather. The second launch attempt is scheduled this afternoon.

Protests against the killing of George Floyd spread from Minneapolis to other large cities in the U.S.

The United Potato Growers of Canada estimates there's a 680 million pound surplus of potatoes.

Marion Rogers says the walks around the Calgary seniors' residence she lives in used to be "dog-gone boring." Now, that's all changed.

COVID-19 patients in ICUs in Vancouver were more likely to survive than patients in hospitals in other countries, a new study has found.

New research is looking at why swearing helps us tolerate pain longer.

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