In a separate incident, Ottawa police officers were filmed complaining that "white man’s day is done."
Government experts in Washington and British Columbia say they need the public's help to eradicate the invasive Asian giant hornet species.
In Edmonton, police made unhoused people leave a transit station and go out into extreme weather. Meanwhile in Vancouver, a cop is under fire for tweeting about extinguishing a fire that was helping people stay warm.
The final report investigating racism within British Columbia’s health care system has come to some stark conclusions about health outcomes for Indigenous peoples.
The prime minister says he's frustrated much of the vaccine remains in freezers. Meanwhile, Alberta says a doctor's allegations that doses are being thrown out is 'misinformation.'
The positive tests come after Denmark culled millions of minks due to a COVID-19 mutation.
Eight people at the B.C. farm were found to have the virus. Last month, Denmark decided to cull its mink population after a mutated strain of the virus was found in the animals.
In light of a new review into a racist game being played in emergency rooms, B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix offered an apology to Indigenous peoples in the province.
Indigenous Mother Calls Out School Assignment That Asked Kids to List Positive Traits of Residential Schools
A B.C. school district has launched an investigation into how the homework was assigned and the school’s principal has apologized.
The Victoria, British Columbia police chief says he was offended by the message, which was then painted over by a vandal.
The investigation was launched after ER nurses and doctors were caught playing a racist game about Indigenous people's blood alcohol levels. Now more than 10,000 people have complained about mistreatment.
It could be like smoking eight cigarettes a day.