In October of 2009, the Canadian government created the Immigration Special Measures Program, so Afghans who collaborated with Canadian Forces during Canada's military stint would receive special consideration if they wished to relocate to Canada...
Transparency and access to public information from the Canadian government could take awhile, even as many as several years.
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has ruled the federal government must release thousands of police documents concerning the case of six students who were "disciplined" in an electric chair at St. Anne’s residential school.
In 2012, the Conservative government introduced legislation that allowed employers to pay foreign workers 15% less than their Canadian counterparts, paving the way for their full-scale exploitation.
The current governing structure on First Nations reserves in Canada has done a very good job in keeping the Indigenous population of this country internalized and dependent.
After hearings earlier this year revealed the use of an electric chair as a punishment device for Native children at residential schools, we looked into the horrifying and torturous history of Canada's sick attempt to solve the "Indian Problem."
A regular old external hard drive full of personal information belonging to 583,000 students went missing from a government office. Why aren't more people talking about it?