Jul 3, 2015 - 5:00 PM EDTThis Canada Day show off how much you love your country by using the hashtag #Your Canada on all your pictures. Vote by "liking" the images. The favourites will be featured in Global News coverage to show the best that Canada has to offer.
Eating according to Canada's Food Guide
Jun 26, 2015Canada's Food Guide -- a pillar of strength in the country's approach to healthy eating, or fraught with flaws and seriously outdated? We're going to find out!
Live coverage: Moncton shooting one-year anniversary
Jun 4, 2015 - 9:30 AM EDTIt’s been one year since the city of Moncton lost three of their own after a gunman opened fire on police officers, killing three Mounties and injuring two.Global News reflects on the tragic events of June 4, 2014.
Alberta Election 2015: Live Blog
May 6, 2015 - 10:13 AM EDTOn May 5, 2015, Albertans will head to the polls for the provincial election. Follow along as our reporters offer live coverage in various ridings and headquarters.
Air Canada Flight 624 crash lands in Halifax
Mar 30, 2015It was a frightening landing for passengers on Air Canada flight 624 arriving in Halifax from Toronto early Sunday morning.Global News reporters have been on the story since last night.
Germanwings Airbus crash
Mar 30, 2015A passenger jet carrying at least 147 people crashed Tuesday in a remote area of the French Alps as it flew from Barcelona to Duesseldorf, authorities said. As search-and-rescue teams raced to the region, France’s president warned that no survivors were expected.
16X9 live chat: Wives of ISIS
Mar 15, 2015Join Global News 16x9 for a live debate about a disturbing situation: young women and girls who are being lured by ISIS recruiters, including pockets of underage teens here in Canada who have left, tried to leave, or are hoping to leave Canada to join ISIS.
Smart Money live chat on real estate
Mar 4, 2015On Wed. March 4, Global News is hosting a live chat on real estate. Global News' Sean O'Shea will be joined by a panel of experts, taking your questions about housing and real estate in Canada.
LIVE CHAT: First Responders and PTSD
Feb 2, 2015Since the end of April, more than 25 Canadian first responders have taken their own lives. First responders see hundreds of horrific traumas, and the best research we have indicates thousands of them may be in crisis, in occupations where the prevailing culture still tells them it’s not okay to ask for help. 16x9 hosts a live chat to discuss the issue.
Orion launch: live coverage
Dec 5, 2014 - 3:49 PM EDTGlobal News is in Cape Canaveral, Fla. for Orion’s test launch. If successful, this historic flight will mark the first time a vehicle designed for human long-duration space travel has been tested since Apollo in the 1960s. Correspondent Aarti Pole along with Nicole Mortillaro, Global News senior web coordinator in charge of science coverage, and Randy Attwood, Executive Director of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, provide analysis, images and updates.
Why do you wear a poppy? Share your story
Nov 7, 2014Poppies are worn across the country, but the reasons why you wear one may be personal and unique - a national symbol that means something different to everyone who dons it. For some, it’s to remember those lost in war a century ago. For others, it’s to honour the men and women still working today to serve and protect at home and overseas. This Remembrance Day, we want to hear your stories. Why do you wear a poppy? What does it, and Remembrance Day, mean to you?
Cpl. Nathan Cirillo funeral
Oct 28, 2014A military funeral for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, fatally shot while on duty at Ottawa’s National War Memorial last week, is taking place Tuesday in his hometown of Hamilton.
Live coverage: Toronto election 2014
Oct 28, 2014On Monday Oct. 27, voters in Toronto cast their ballots in the 2014 municipal election, electing a new mayor, city councillors and school board trustees. Follow Global News for live coverage on election day.
Allergies and schools: a 16X9 live chat
Oct 19, 2014The number of children with allergies has tripled in the last 20 years - and no one knows why.The most troubling is the growing number of children with anaphylaxis, a potentially deadly reaction to foods like dairy, egg or peanut. That is putting schools in a difficult position. With milk programs, bake sales, cafeterias and food eaten in classrooms, how far should they go to accommodate a child with allergies? Peanuts have practically been banned, but should the same be done with milk? Join us Saturday for a live chat.
Luka Magnotta Trial
Nov 3, 2014We'll have regular updates from the Luka Rocco Magnotta trial in Montreal. Magnotta has admitted to killing Chinese exchange student Jun Lin in May 2012 but is arguing he was not criminally responsible because he was suffering from schizophrenia. WARNING: the following contains disturbing images and details
Q & A: Living with dementia
Sep 30, 2014Join Global National anchor Dawna Friesen, Senior Investigative Correspondent Jennifer Tryon and Mary Schultz, Education Director at the Alzheimer's Society of Canada, on Sept. 30 for a live online question and answer session. The Q & A session takes place Tuesday 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. PT. Feel free to submit questions prior to the live Q & A by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Dementia Questions."
Update on Mayor Rob Ford's health
Sep 17, 2014Doctors are set to provide an update on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s health today, a full week after he was diagnosed with an abdominal tumour. We'll have live coverage at 4:45 p.m. EST.
Live coverage: New Brunswick Election 2014
Sep 24, 2014On Monday Sept. 22, voters in New Brunswick go to the polls in the 2014 provincial election. Global News will have live election results and live coverage on election day.
Live blog: Israel-Gaza conflict
Aug 5, 2014 - 11:22 AM EDTThe United Nations chief and the United States secretary of state have launched a high-level effort to end two weeks of deadly fighting in the Gaza Strip.
RBC Canadian Open 2014
Jul 28, 2014The RBC Canadian Open returns to the Royal Montreal Golf Club for the first time in 13 years. Join Globalnews.ca for complete coverage of the Canadian Open from July 21 to 27, 2014.
July 15 - Mayoral debate
Jul 15, 2014Rob Ford, Karen Stintz, David Soknacki, John Tory and Olivia Chow will face up in the first debate since the mayor has returned from rehab.
Ontario Election 2014
Jun 13, 2014Globalnews.ca has live coverage as Ontario goes to the polls to elect the next premier of Ontario.
Suspected gunman in Dartmouth
Jun 7, 2014Halifax Regional Police have locked down an industrial area in Dartmouth after receiving reports of a man with a gun.
Ontario Leaders' Debate - 2014
Jun 3, 2014 - 6:11 PM EDTKathleen Wynne, Tim Hudak and Andrea Horwath meet for the only televised debate featuring all three leaders during the 2014 Ontario general election.
Apple WWDC Keynote
Jun 2, 2014Apple CEO Tim Cook and other executives will take to the stage Monday to give users a first look at Apple’s next wave of software and features at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.
Guelph robocall trial begins Monday
Jun 3, 2014 - 9:31 AM EDTAfter a three-year investigation into almost 2,500 complaints in 261 ridings across Canada, the robocall scandal comes down to a solitary trial of one junior Conservative campaign staffer in a single southwestern Ontario riding.Michael Sona's trial is scheduled to begin Monday.
Heartbleed Live Blog
Apr 15, 2014Global News will host a live-blog Tuesday from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. EST answering all of your questions about the Heartbleed bug and what might happen to those affected by the Canada Revenue Agency’s website breach, which resulted in 900 social insurance numbers being stolen.
Nova Scotia nurses strike
Apr 3, 2014Nurses in Halifax walked off the job Thursday as the Nova Scotia government prepared to push a law through the legislature to end the strike.
Nurses poised to strike, as NS MLAs debate essential services bill
Apr 1, 2014 - 3:36 AM EDTFollowing a months-long labour dispute, nurses in the Halifax-area are poised to strike Tuesday morning. At 7 a.m., NSGEU members are expected to meet and possibly start a wildcat strike. Meanwhile, Nova Scotia MLAs are debating Bill 37: The Essential Services and Community Services Act. The wide-ranging legislation would impact health care workers, paramedics, 911 operators, childcare workers and senior care workers. Introduced Monday night, it entered its second reading at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday. The Liberal government is pushing through the legislation ahead of the nurses' legal strike date, April 3.