Attacks that occur because of a victim's religion, race, or sexual orientation are considered hate crimes, but does an attack for having body modifications count as the same thing? We talked to an expert to find out.
The case of the 15-year-old Nova Scotian girl who committed suicide after being allegedly gang-raped, then bullied and taunted with a picture taken during the alleged assault, is coming to its conclusion. And many of the parties involved are walking free
Much has been made of Uber's executive gaffes in the US over the past few days. Now, in Canada, they're facing a new attack from Toronto's municipal government, which aims to have all of Uber's services outlawed from the city.
On the heels of drastic austerity cuts and preferable treatment of the resource extraction industry, the Quebec Liberals are facing mounting public opposition that suggest a possible pushback similiar in scale to the 2012 so-called "Maple Spring" student
According to a recent report from the Brisbane Times, Australia spent $100 million on security during their recent G20 summit, a figure which pales in comparison to Toronto's $929 million for the G8 and G20 of 2010.
When evidence revealed that the CBC chose not to reprimand Jian Ghomeshi despite complaints of inappropriate office behaviour, many were shocked. But according to several CBC employees, Ghomeshi's behaviour was indicative of a culture of unchecked harassm…
After being hit with harsh criticism for failing to fill a position that was, designed to oversee Canada's misbehaving mining industry, the Harper government has finally re-launched its effort to bring the extractive sector in line.
In the midst of a global media outcry and a controversial publication ban, the man who took a life-ruining photo of an infamous Nova Scotian sexual assault victim that later committed suicide stood trial. Meanwhile, the man who assaulted her has escaped p…
Can you hear the awkward silence? That's the sound of government not releasing an annual report on Canada's carbon emission trends amid news that America and China have both made ambitious commitments to curb climate change.
Pick-up artist Julien Blanc who was recently kicked out of Australia also has a petition against allowing him in Canada with over 7,000 signatures. Now there's a video of his business partner bragging about forcible sex with a woman he dated.