Three years ago, Jamie Haller asked the RCMP for help, instead she ended up with severe bruising, a haemorrhage of the eye, blurred vision, cuts to the inside of her mouth and a deep distrust of the RCMP and Canada’s justice system.
To deal with the nuisance of urban deer overpopulations, the city of Thunder Bay, Ont. has proposed expanding the fall deer hunt’s boundaries into populated areas, setting the stage for semi-urban hunting grounds.
Will he make it across Canada? Or will someone bash him with a baseball bat?
The Harper government approved the construction of the dual Northern Gateway pipelines yesterday, but the Feds and Enbridge are far from stepping on the gas.
The Congolese refugees weren’t paid, were segregated, fed inferior food, and housed in shipping containers with no bathrooms.
Abuse of migrant and refugee workers in Canada is rampant, and few provinces have methods in place to combat it. Dave Dean looks at our nation's fragmented approach to protecting our most vulnerable labour force.
Despite sustained rallying from the public, the Feds will likely approve Northern Gateway in June. According to some, that approval may lead to acts of civil disobedience and more direct forms of protest. We visited an anti-Gateway protest in Vancouver...
A few weeks ago, Ellen DeGeneres used a selfie-driven social media campaign to raise and donate $1.5 million to an organization petitioning the Canadian government end seal hunting. This upset many in the Inuit community, who feel they're being...
Tensions between the Akwesasne community and border control agents near Cornwall Island have been contentious for years, but they recently came to a head after border officials allegedly detained and intimidated a wheelchair bound woman in an attempt...
Alberta's wild horse population has become an issue for farmers. The provincial government has advised that licenses be distributed that allow interested parties to cull them in designated areas. Dave Dean examines the debate.
Last week it was revealed that the American government has been using Skinny Puppy's music as a tool of torture in Guantanmo Bay. That pissed off the band, and now they're billing the US military for it. We interviewed them about it.
The National Energy Board has approved a significant increase in the capacity of Enbridge's Line 7 without holding any public hearings or consulting landowners, once again calling into question their level of concern for public interest.