Black students say their experiences on campus are in sharp contrast to the rosy Black Lives Matter statements universities have been making in recent weeks.
In households where it's common to keep dating a secret, an unplanned pregnancy brings up many challenges.
The House of Commons voted in favour of Bill S-203, which sets out to protect cetaceans from the trauma of confinement for entertainment purposes.
The climate will become milder across Asian Russia by the 2080s, making it way easier to live there.
Man Found Not Guilty of Child Porn After Ordering a Child-like Sex Doll to Replace His Dead Infant Son
The Crown attorney had argued that the man’s explanation for ordering the sex doll 'made no sense.'
Get Your Drugs Tested knows it's illegal to send drugs in the mail in Canada, but thinks safety is worth the risk.
A 57-year-old Nova Scotia man who uses a wheelchair spent a rainy night outside of his building, with a garbage bag over his head.
The city of Hamilton, which has its first upcoming Menstrual Hygiene Day, voted against a proposal looking at providing free menstrual products.
A total of five religious groups now are allowed to use the hallucinogenic in their ceremonies.
To be fair, the slow march of time is absolutely terrifying. No one wants to be confronted by that.
Kenneth Harrisson, whose son died more than two decades ago, has been charged with child pornography for purchasing the sex doll.
Paul Manly’s win in Nanaimo-Ladysmith gives the Green Party two seats in the House of Commons.