“We’re doing what we have to do, because if we don’t, all future generations will be at risk.”
Abdi’s story is a Canadian one, shaped by compounding government failures.
It's an impediment to medical research on ayahuasca's potential to treat mental health disorders.
While a Canadian senator proposes this country should take in 30,000 DREAMers, the reality is a lot murkier.
Who will pay for the floods?
The program offers support groups for convicted sex offenders.
After 13 years in custody, an Alberta judge released Khadr on $5,000 bail this May pending the appeal of his widely condemned war crimes convictions by an American military tribunal.
Canada’s Aboriginal Minister Shrugs Off Responsibility for Youth Suicides on Reserves, Says It’s Parents’ Problem
Bernard Valcourt has talked himself into political controversy once again.
It took years for an Innuit girl to be returned to her family, because no records were kept of where she came from or who her family was.
In the 50s, the Canadian government shipped thousands of Inuit people infected with tuberculosis from their homes in the Arctic to sanitariums in southern Canada without explaining their whereabouts to their families. We interviewed members of the...
The Harper government's new choice for Privacy Commissioner has privacy advocates concerned for a number of reasons, chief among them the government actually ignoring its own selection committee's recommendation and the new commish's inexperience with...
Weather forecasters fear that speaking about climate change could even limit their careers.