It appears that the commission is ending just as it was gaining speed.
These strange-looking houses built with material like old tires, pop cans, and beer bottles are designed to be completely self-sufficient and make it possible for their inhabitants to live off the grid.
This year, the Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival has fewer coming-out stories and more "post-gay" movies—but queer cinema remains a vital, vibrant scene.
I traveled up to Alberta to meet both spirits that reside in this one extremely successful man.
Saskatchewan has cracked down on strippers, so many have resorted to performing in private homes and hotels across the province.
The head covering is worn by a tiny minority of Canadian women, but it could become an issue in this fall's federal election
While nearly 40 percent of Canadians see Khadr as a child soldier, about one in four still consider him a terrorist.
Rob Shirkey thinks that gas pumps should tell drivers that they're harming the planet in the same way that cigarette packs tell smokers they're giving themselves cancer.
There's evidence that the notorious gang is preparing to build up its membership again after being hit by a series of major raids in 2009.
Two of the charges have been dropped by the government, but the fired broadcaster will still have to answer allegations from six women.
Listen to some springtime jams to shake off any remnants of your seasonal affective disorder.
Chris Lloyd's intention was apparently to "mess with" the Tories. Looks like he succeeded.
In his ruling, the judge slammed the credibility of the former undercover officer who was the key witness in the Crown's case against Sandro Lisi.
The cult of Santa Muerte is growing in popularity among Canadians and Americans, despite its gruesome associations—or maybe because of them.
Projected to cost British Columbian taxpayers $1 million over the next four years, this empty town was created to support a decades-old resort project that can't seem to get its shit together.
Airbnb makes it easy to rent your home out to total strangers, but how do you stop those total strangers from leaving their bodily fluids behind them?
Mag Cywink, who has spent over two decades searching for justice in her sister's murder, fears a national inquiry will hurt those who it is trying to help the most.
In the four years I've spent in the city I've been called names like Ebony, Dark Chocolate, Shaniqua, Ma, Blackish, and Boo.
Sonya Cywink died without an aboriginal name or official Indian status. But her story is very much a part of the 1,200 murdered and missing aboriginal women in Canada.
The longest-lived political dynasty in Canadian history has been swept away after 44 years as Albertans voted en masse for the New Democratic Party.
Howard Sapers is being shown the door after a long reign investigating abuses in Canadian prisons.
In the latest episode of our Canadian Cannabis series, we take a look with Fucked Up's Damian Abraham at how Canada is missing out on an economic windfall by continuing down a path of restrictive marijuana policies.
"It's hard to ignore what harm there is in presenting the identity of indigenous women as hypersexual, passive beings."
Hot Docs is one of the most prestigious documentary film festivals in the world, which means that it's also a marketplace with millions of dollars at stake.