In Ontario, where you can only legally buy weed from the province’s online store, dispensaries on First Nations are largely operating without interference from the state.
A former patient held a sign saying she was molested by Dr. Kunwar Raj Singh, a pediatrician, when she was 15.
Roughly 50 to 100 people live in Stony Point, which is still being cleared of the military’s unexploded bombs and grenades.
A government whistleblower is suggesting “discriminatory attitudes” may be to blame.
A bid to stop doctors from prescribing high doses of opioid painkillers could leave vulnerable people in painful limbo.
"I can't start my car for that, so how is he expected to make a life that way?" his mother says.
Twenty Years after Protester Killed in Ipperwash Crisis, First Nation Votes on $95M Land Deal with Government
Development of the site could still be complicated by another potential stand-off as well as unexploded munitions buried around the area.
A disturbing number of people in Sarnia, Ontario, are abusing a powerful painkiller that is 100 times stronger than morphine or 40 times stronger than heroin
Ontario investigators are trying to figure out how up to six coyotes were killed and then laid out in local parks in ways designed to attract the attention of passers-by.
The rash of problems in northern Ontario highlights the growing hazard in Canada and across the US of shipping crude by rail, according to a rail safety expert.
Three companies are demanding almost $340,000 in total from the four families.
Beachfront property owners have responded to a First Nations land claim by constructing makeshift barricades on the contested land.