The increased cost of living is a burden for many families, who are struggling to keep up with the rising prices of food, housing, and other essentials.
In Canada, federal elections are held every four years, on the first Monday in October. The reason for this is to ensure that all Canadians have a chance to elect their representatives in the House of Commons, which is the Lower Chamber of Parliament.
Researchers have found that those suffering from long-term COVID are aging 20 years or losing 10 IQ points.
Each neighborhood in Calgary has its own unique charm, and there are plenty of great places to call home in this vibrant city. However, some neighborhoods stand out above the rest as being especially livable. Here are eight of the best neighborhoods in Calgary, each with something special to offer residents.
Whistler Mountain is a popular ski resort in British Columbia, Canada. But did you know that it’s also a great place to live? Here are 9 perks of living on Whistler Mountain.
Canada is home to a wide variety of medicinal plants, many of which have been used by traditional cultures for centuries. Here are seven healthy herbs that can be found growing in the wilds of Canada.
A plan to build a new shipping container terminal the size of nearly 144 football fields at a major Metro Vancouver port has sparked a rival proposal along with concerns for endangered orcas and the salmon they depend on.
Manitoba families are opening up their homes to help refugee families fleeing violence in Ukraine. Families with extra space in their homes are providing temporary accommodation, while others are collecting donations of clothing and other necessary items.
Ontario is dropping the requirement for mandatory vaccination and testing policies in schools, long-term care homes and hospitals as the province reports 228 people in intensive care with COVID-19.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage communities across Ontario, hospitals in the province are vowing to keep their mandatory vaccination rules in place.