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With nearly 180 million COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in European Union nations, some member nations are slowly easing pandemic restrictions, meaning people there can enjoy the sights, shops and nightlife.
A Canadian actor is suing the parent company of social media company TikTok, claiming that the video-sharing app is using her voice to narrate videos without her permission. Legal experts say the outcome of the copyright case could be crucial for protecting the work of voice actors.
Electric car maker Tesla will stop accepting bitcoin as a payment, CEO Elon Musk tweeted on Wednesday, citing environmental concerns.
Bernie Herman, an RCMP officer in Prince Albert, Sask., has been charged with first degree murder in the death of Braden Herman, a 26-year-old man from Clearwater River Dene Nation found dead Tuesday evening.
After seeing the impact of flooding in Fort Simpson and Jean Marie River, communities in the Sahtu and Beaufort Delta are preparing for when breakup hits them.
The doctor running Project Trauma Support now says she regrets her decision to allow a registered sex offender to peer mentor a group of sexual assault survivors with post traumatic stress disorder under her care.
Workers at CNRL’s Horizon oilsands mine in northeastern Alberta — the province’s largest COVID-19 workplace outbreak — say work and living conditions are exposing them to dangerously high levels of risk.
An RCMP officer in Prince Albert, Sask., has been arrested in connection to the death of a 26-year-old man Tuesday evening that police are investigating as a homicide.
The sun has burped out a stream of particles that, if conditions are right, might produce northern lights across Canada tonight.