Law enforcement and government officials say they've seen an increase in social media platforms such as Snapchat being used to lure and sexually exploit children and youth since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The beauty of the bilateral model is that it avoids the question of “federal strings” by allowing provinces to commit to how they will move their services in the direction of the shared goals, writes Tom McIntosh.
It’s no secret that a night of drinking can rattle your head. But what does science say about how it affects your brain? Research suggests alcohol can negatively affect mental health conditions or hike the risk of cognitive issues and dementia — and cutting back could give your brain a boost.
Canada's central bank is widely expected to raise its benchmark interest rate for the eighth time in a year this week, a move that will make it even more expensive to borrow money. But for the first time in almost a year, there isn't unanimous consensus among those who watch the central bank that another hike is in the cards — or even that one should be.
The two dominant national airlines are increasingly focusing less on offering nationwide service and more on their regional strengths as they try to improve their financial performance — and also fend off soaring competition.
A frustrating struggle between a local Somalian soccer group and the eastern Ontario soccer association has left dozens of young soccer players on the sidelines because of miscommunication and alleged discrimination, those involved say.