Pastor James Coates' GraceLife Church in Canada's Parkland County has been accused of repeatedly flouting lockdown rules.
The founder of the Canadian Nationalist Party also said Jewish people "infect the body politic like a parasite" in video reported to police in 2019.
"I have a fear if I'm not walking backwards all the time," says Marty Verlaan, "that I would have no food on the table, my heaters would be turned off."
The Region of Durham is being criticized for an activity list that asked municipal staff to "dance to a reggae song" and "have a conversation with a Black employee."
A father in Canada had to confirm his son died from COVID-19 after online conspiracy theories baselessly claimed otherwise.
The couple have been identified as former casino executive Rodney Baker, 55, and Ekaterina Baker, a 32-year-old actress.
Canada has considered placing the group on same list as ISIS and Al-Qaeda following the January 6 attack on the Capitol.
Members of Canada's Parliament unanimously approved a motion to "immediately" designate the white supremacy group Proud Boys as a "terrorist entity" on Monday.
"We are deeply disturbed...This is a gut punch for the Canadian and Alberta economies," Jason Kenney said Sunday.
"It's morally wrong," said Toronto salon owner Alicia Hirter about the province's business closures. "You can't expect us to shut down."
President Joe Biden suspended the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline project on Wednesday, a controversial project that would have shipped hundreds of thousands of barrels of carbon-heavy oil from Canada to the U.S. daily.
Canada's public safety minister said decisions on "ideologically-motivated violent extremists" are being discussed following Capitol attack.
"Inflammatory words turn to violent action - on the steps of the Reichstag, and now in the #Capitol," German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas tweeted.
Rod Phillips was accused of trying to hide his trip by pre-scheduling posts to social media in non-tropical settings.
Luckily, the deer appeared to be behaving normally and seemed mostly unaffected by the arrow. The hope is that the weapon will fall out with the deer's antlers at a later time.
The two 27-year-olds from Ontario demanded money they said they were owed before realizing their mistake. They have been charged with breaking and entering.
"For NATO, cyber defence is a core part of our collective defence," an official of the U.S.-led transatlantic alliance told Newsweek in reference to a treaty article that could trigger retaliation for a massive hack affecting allies across the globe.
The police department said the officer concerned had been spoken to by his commanding officer "about his conduct and the matter has been dealt with."
Richard Bradley Stevens, 41, was charged in what Edmonton Police described as a "hate-motivated" assault.
Health Canada has approved the Pfizer vaccine, and the first doses will arrive in the country next week.
Minks are susceptible to the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19, with reports of infection in the animal also occurring in Denmark and the Netherlands.
"I'm the guy who's stealing Christmas to keep you safe because you need to do this now," Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister told citizens.
Mask wearing among hospital employees in staff break rooms has also been an issue at Ontario's University Hospital.
Senator Murray Sinclair will leave office at the end of January.
The woman is said to be in a stable condition following the incident at Empire Coffee in Nelson, British Columbia.
Adamson Barbecue and its owner, Adam Skelly, are facing nine charges for violating Toronto's lockdown orders and opening for indoor dining.
Employees at Penguin Random House Canada reportedly confronted management in a town hall meeting after it was announced it would publish Peterson's new book in 2021.
Unlike wide swaths of data labeling kids "asymptomatic," a new study finds two-thirds of children were experiencing symptoms prior to testing positive for COVID-19.