Searching for two brown-skinned men who were acting "suspicious" three months ago? Sure, makes perfect sense.
The Liberal government giveth and they taketh away the right to smoke medicinal pot wherever you want.
While illicit drugs are still making their way into prisons, the one proven way to get people off heroin is being denied to some prisoners.
"The fears and politics of division that are being played, in I think a very cynical way, during a US election year is disappointing," said Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Abdullah Almalki, Ahmad El Maati, and Muayyed Nureddin have been deadlocked in a legal battle with the Canadian government for years, as they seek compensation for the time they spent in Syrian jail cells.
We came up with some better lyrics to reflect 2015.
'I left them in the dust,' he said of his detractors, practically a prime ministerial middle finger.
While Canada's murder rate is at a five-decade low, a Stats Can report says Aboriginal people are six times more likely to be murdered than the rest of the population.
Medical marijuana users are exempt from smoke-free zones.
Petronas' proposal to ship gas out of a terminal off the coast of British Columbia has been touted as a massive job creator, but First Nations, environmental groups, and scientists insist its true environmental impact is being obscured.
A new report says Toronto police made 3,278 calls to the Canada Border Services Agency between November 2014 and June 2015. That's more than police in Quebec City, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver combined.
Lino Zambito, who helped expose the dirty side of Quebec's construction industry, says other governments should do the same.
Activists says the re-election of Michael Nadli sends the wrong message to a territory struggling with violence against women.
What? You expected a love-in between politicians and reporters?
It'll only cost you nine grand.
A report says some snow professionals were told they'd have their legs broken if they bid on a certain contract.
"It's the most fucked up, inhumane thing I have ever come across," one stripper told us.
Brutal accidents, long hours, and little sleep. Very few photojournalists want to do what Victor Biro does on most nights.
Cops will no longer (legally) be checking out shows for unregulated boobs.
Jen Scharf has been teaching yoga for about 60 students at the University of Ottawa's Center for Students with Disabilities since 2008. In September, the student union informed her that she could no longer proceed because of "cultural issues."
We went to the Sturgeon Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan with the Canine Action Project to see how they are trying to limit the need for dog culls.
"This is the day we stop denying there is an issue. And this is the day we do our part," Alberta Premier Rachel Notley said on Sunday.
At least 130 women were raped by security guards at Barrick Gold Corporation's open pit mine in Porgera, Papua New Guinea. Some say the compensation they received was inadequate.
"We'd like to have a list of people that could help us—interpreters, community members that might be from the same regions," said a Longueuil police spokesperson. But some Syrian residents are disturbed.