As a new version of bird flu spread through North America this spring, scientists began finding the virus in red foxes, bobcats and other mammals.
The F.D.A. is also reviewing the treatment, Albrioza, but the agency’s scientists have raised questions about its effectiveness.
A scathing report by four privacy commissioners found that the coffee and doughnut chain collected data on customers’ daily lives.
His passion is playing percussion at salsa clubs, but Charlie Montoyo also thrives at his day job: managing the Toronto Blue Jays.
Near the Arctic Circle, Shuvinai Ashoona, a star of the Venice Biennale, and her community of Inuit artists refuse to let isolation stand in their way.
The speed of policymaking in Canada, and its frequent deadlock in the U.S., may come down to the rules of their political systems.
Seizing on the spate of mass shootings in the United States, Prime Minister Trudeau proposes tightening the country’s already stringent control of firearms.
A report by a former Supreme Court justice due out Monday will offer recommendations to turn around pervasive sexual assault and harassment.
We all need great internet service, but it doesn’t happen by accident.
The N.H.L. playoff series between the Oilers and the Flames is boiling over with the heavy hits, trash talk, deafening arenas and bountiful goal scoring that defined hockey in the 1980s, the last time the rivalry was so fierce.
The puzzling coronavirus cases highlight ongoing surveillance challenges and blind spots.
Prince Charles will make a three day tour of the country, where polls suggest there’s little support for the monarchy — but amending Canada’s Constitution is difficult.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned the protest as illegal. Now some of his key opponents are embracing it.
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland called for a review last year, after the discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves of children who attended similar schools in Canada.
Power companies, conservationists, local residents and two U.S. states are mired in an acrimonious dispute about hydroelectricity from Quebec.
A meme about the transitional fossil Tiktaalik argues that although we did emerge from the sea, we aren’t doing just fine.
Public health experts say the proposal could save hundreds of thousands of lives, especially among Black smokers — 85 percent of whom use menthol products.
A campaign using internet memes and merchandise has rallied international public support for Ukraine in its war with Russia.
The bill aims to compensate struggling news organizations, and follows similar moves by Europe and Australia.
Pope Francis also promised to visit Canada as part of a process of healing and reconciliation over the church’s involvement in an abusive system of residential schools.
The investigation that led to charges against Jonathan Vance, a former chief of Canada’s defense staff, has also ensnared other current and former Canadian military commanders.
Francis met for the first time with groups of survivors of Canada’s abusive Indigenous schools who are seeking his apology over the church’s role in running the schools.
The acclaimed author explains how stories shape our worlds — by telling me many stories.
Nearly 30 years ago, Denyse Thomasos forged a form of abstraction that depicted the unspeakable and unimaginable confinement in slave ships and prisons. Her work had to be seen at the Biennial.
A left-of-center opposition party agrees to back the government until 2025 in exchange for advancing its causes.
The Ukrainian leader, a former actor, has invoked emotional moments in the history of nations from which he is hoping to secure support. We look at five of his recent speeches.
Ottawa’s winter-lovers can now pick among a half-dozen skating trails that wind for miles through the wilderness in and around the city. But climate change threatens the good times.
Trucking used to offer good pay, decent benefits and normal hours. What happened?
A family from India froze to death just yards away from crossing into the United States from Canada. Desperate migrants are trying their luck on the northern border.
Our columnist examines whether the soft power of sport should be wielded against Russia, penalizing athletes with little or no say in its actions.
The Russian invasion has disrupted a thriving hub of legal commercial surrogacy. Some couples are risking trips into the war zone to get their children.
The Ukraine crisis shows just how energy dependent Europe has become on Russia.
After playing pro hockey in the 1940s, Hazel McCallion entered politics at a time when few women held high office, leading a major Canadian city through epic growth. Her endorsements still matter.
The Capitals, led by the Russian president’s high-profile supporter, are about to play the Oilers in Edmonton, home to a large concentration of the Ukrainian diaspora.
Protest against the war in Ukraine has a new cultural front — food and drink names — as people across the world show solidarity with Ukraine by renaming or boycotting Russian-made products.
Scientists also found signs of possible deer-to-human transmission, but there is no evidence that the new lineage poses an elevated risk to people.
The diminutive predator is a terrible swimmer but thrives in the intertidal zone thanks to odd evolutionary adaptation.
Diana Beresford-Kroeger, a botanist and author, has created a forest with tree species handpicked for their ability to withstand a warming planet.
An occupation in the capital demonstrates the dangerous influence that American disinformation is having on otherwise stable democracies.
Worsening heat and dryness could lead to a 50 percent rise in off-the-charts fires, according to a United Nations report.
As a court denied bail to one arrested protest organizer, banks have locked up hundreds of accounts linked to others under an emergency order invoked by the government.
Francis, who died Saturday at 95, installed a no-nonsense culture as the Rangers’ general manager and coach. His tenure included nine consecutive playoff appearances.
The operation appeared to be a final salvo in the government’s effort to break up weekslong protests that have roiled Canada’s capital.
In the trucker protests, it’s meritocrats versus populists and the virtual against the physical.
Walter Wachter, a production manager, met James Pearse Connelly, a production designer, at an awards ceremony in Los Angeles, where both had moved to work in television.
More than 100 police have assembled in a staging area with heavy equipment and Ottawa police have issued a new warning that protesters must immediately leave or face arrest.
Pandemic misery has swelled the ranks of a right-wing protest.
Readers call for change in how chickens are raised and marketed; an executive defends industry practices. Also: A Canadian view; reading classics aloud.
The response of law enforcement in the nation’s capital has been painfully sluggish for many residents. But police signaled they may finally be ready to move in.
Hundreds of truckers and their supporters have occupied the nation’s capital for weeks, in an act that has shocked the government.