The puzzling coronavirus cases highlight ongoing surveillance challenges and blind spots.
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 governors of New Hampshire and Ohio announced measures aimed halting the sales of Russian-made and Russian-branded spirits.
Diana Beresford-Kroeger, a botanist and author, has created a forest with tree species handpicked for their ability to withstand a warming planet.
Pandemic misery has swelled the ranks of a right-wing protest.
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.
Doug Ford, the premier, said that the change was based on the diminishing number of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations, and was not a concession to the protester.
But the industry might not return to normal for days, and it still faces a chronic chip shortage that has stunted global production.
Some companies are resorting to U.S.-Canada crossings hundreds of miles from the bridges that protesters have blocked.
Blockades of U.S.-Canada border crossings could hurt the auto industry, factory workers and the economy, which are still recovering from pandemic disruptions.
An explosion last summer in an Ontario community built on 19th-century gas wells has left locals searching for answers and some certainty that their town will ever recover.
As music director for CKLW, a major radio station in the Detroit market, she furthered the careers of Alice Cooper, Bob Seger, the Temptations and many others.
So far, relaxed travel restrictions between the United States and Canada have not led to a big influx of tourists on either side of the New York-Ontario border. Both sides are waiting, not so patiently.
Blamed for flooded fields, damaged roads and the occasional death, the beaver, which has played a seminal role in Canadian history, is now viewed by many as a problem, not a point of national pride.
Pent-up demand has exploded in Ontario’s ‘cottage country,’ with pandemic buyers seeking turnkey or newly built homes.
The police in London, Ontario, say that a 20-year-old driver planned the killings and picked the family because of its faith.
Legal pot has made Canadian justice a little fairer, with “heavily racialized” arrests for possession mostly ending. But vows on amnesty, illicit sales and Indigenous inclusion are works in progress.
The hamlet that was the backdrop for the hit television series Schitt’s Creek has become a pilgrimage site for fans, to the joy and consternation of locals.
Botanists have laid out evidence that dozens of North American trees, herbs, plants and shrubs have gone extinct since European settlers arrived.
Outbreaks at farms have made Canadians question how well their system is really protecting vulnerable migrant workers.
He is one of four reporters arrested while covering Indigenous affairs in a country that has been trying to make amends for its colonial past.
The Canadian series took top honors in all seven categories in which it was nominated.
The Toronto Star’s new owners pledged to keep its tradition of championing liberal causes in a news market dominated by conservative views. Less clear? The plans for fixing the paper’s financial woes.
President Trump is pushing for the return of sports soon in the United States. Up in Canada, that’s not happening.