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Global News will have live election results for many areas throughout Montreal and across Quebec starting at 8 p.m.
Authorities at Columbia and Brown said campus buildings had been cleared Sunday evening.
Flags on federal buildings are flying at full-mast for the first time since the end of May.
The race for mayor will soon be decided in Montreal, with polls closing at 8 p.m.
Canadians in Ethiopia are being asked to check Global Affairs' travel advice.
The concertgoers at a highly anticipated Houston music festival Friday night say they were shocked to witness how the event brewed into pandemonium that left at least eight people dead.
Experts are concerned about the potential harassment and misinformation that could exist on the virtual reality platform.
The dead ranged in age from 14 to 27, and 13 people were still hospitalized Saturday.
The coup has drawn international criticism and massive protests in the streets of Khartoum and elsewhere in the country.
The U.K. said in October it had secured 480,000 courses of the Merck drug, as well as 250,000 courses of an antiviral pill developed by Pfizer Inc.
The Veterans' Transition Network is still raising funds in order to try to get people out of Kabul
There is a growing sense of impatience over what many see as a lack of commitment and leadership from Ottawa on the issue.
Most Canadians got an extra hour so sleep last night as the clocks fell back an hour.
Canada's requirement that all travellers submit the results of a recent PCR test to prove they aren’t sick is an expense that can run anywhere from $150-$300 per person.
From a health perspective, there is growing consensus that staying on permanent standard time year-round is the best option.
The U.S. is reopening its land border with Canada on Monday. Here’s what you need to know about the changing rules.
After over a year-and-a-half, the U.S. border is reopening to Canadians.
Iraq‘s Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi survived an assassination attempt with armed drones that targeted his residence early Sunday.
The federal government will allocate at least 20 per cent of its $5.3 billion international climate finance commitment to nature-based solutions in developing countries over the next five years.
Public health experts have described the use of anti-viral pills as potentially game-changing in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Polar bears survival from place to place is linked heavily to sea ice.
Thirteen Republicans, mostly moderates, supported the legislation while six of Democrats’ farthest left members opposed it.
Officials declared a “mass casualty incident” just after 9 p.m. Friday during the festival where an estimated 50,000 people were in attendance.
Investigators saw patterns of violence by security forces to demonstrations in the first six weeks after the military takeover followed by “an uptick in violence and much more violent methods used to suppress the demonstrators.”
One man has been arrested in connection with the morning attack at the train station in Seubersdorf, where the train is currently stopped, police said.
The explosion took place late Friday after a bus struck the tanker in Wellington, a suburb just to the east of Freetown.
Since 2015, the Liberals have doubled the number of case managers, but Veterans Affairs says they still, on average, have 33 veterans assigned to each of them.
Business leaders argue that the Canadian requirement for returning travellers to provide a recent, negative molecular test is an unnecessary obstacle to kick-starting business travel and tourism.
“There is no credible climate action plan that doesn’t include a significant push towards electric transportation,” an expert says.
Two personal finance pros explain what, if anything, Canadians can do to protect their savings from inflation.
Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council admonished China, saying Taiwan was a democratic society with rule of law and not ruled by Beijing.
President Biden is now set to sign the bill into law, which would create legions of jobs and improve roads, bridges, broadband, water supplies and other public works.
“These people potentially could be harmed very needlessly because our government is not moving fast enough to help them," one veteran said.
Four crewmembers will spend 20 hours in their SpaceX capsule, from the time the hatches are closed until Monday morning’s planned splashdown.
'No single country can go it alone': oil industry group says climate pledges risk making Canada an outlier with competitors
Canada is hoping to revamp how harmful online content is approached.
Half of New Brunswick’s all-party COVID-19 cabinet committee have announced they’re pulling out after the province issued an emergency order to force striking health-care workers back on the job.
Canada is getting reinforcements for its World Cup qualifying games against Costa Rica and Mexico in Edmonton.
#BREAKING: Edward Rogers’ attempt to reshuffle the boardroom at Rogers without shareholder approval is valid, a B.C. Supreme Court judge has ruled.
Trudeau called it “an unacceptable situation,” noting that the minister in charge of official languages is “following up.”
The changing of the clocks has become a controversial topic over the years. But why did we start doing it in the first place?
An email obtained by Global News shows O’Toole’s office asked MPs to refrain from commenting on a proposal to redistribute federal ridings.
Winnipeg police say a man who refused officers’ requests to drop a table leg with a saw taped to it is now facing charges.
The British Columbia government is set to announce plans for the future of mink farming in the province.
Mak Parhar, the New Westminster man who gained online notoriety for his belief the earth is flat and outspoken denial that COVID-19 exists, has died.
Top military justice officials said their investigators are “fully capable" of handling sexual assault cases, but that there is a "crisis" in public confidence in them.
The N.B. government has issued an emergency order forcing striking workers in the health-care sector to return to work by midnight tonight.
While in India, a young newly-wed from B.C. was attacked, kidnapped, and killed. Was this a tragic roadside robbery, or something far more sinister? @NeetuGarcha takes us on a journey of forbidden love. Watch #CrimeBeat Friday on Global:…
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Officials said about 15 gunmen showed up to the beach to execute drug dealers that were new to the area.
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