Canadian political leaders expressed shock and dismay at events Wednesday in Washington, D.C., as a violent mob loyal to U.S. President Donald Trump paraded through the Capitol building, stealing items and vandalizing property.
If the least surprising thing in the world is that a mob of Trump extremists would storm the U.S. House and Senate as they met to confirm the president-elect, the most shocking was that it would be so easy, writes Sandy Garossino.
A group of seniors at one of the first long-term care homes in Quebec to receive COVID-19 vaccines have threatened to sue the provincial government if they don’t receive their second doses in the coming days.
With some morgues running out of space and hospitals facing an explosion in critically ill patients, Canada's COVID-19 caseload rose sharply on Wednesday, while Quebec mulled tighter restrictions that could include the country's first curfew.
What was supposed to be a historic day in the U.S. capital lived up to that billing for all the wrong reasons Wednesday as an angry throng of Donald Trump supporters managed to overpower police and lay siege to Capitol Hill.
The battle for control of Capitol Hill came down to the wire on Tuesday, January 5, 20201, as a late surge of votes from Atlanta's suburban outskirts put Democrats within shouting distance of the two remaining seats in the U.S. Senate.