An independent review was reportedly so damning it left the government with no choice but to ask Canada’s Governor General Julie Payette to resign or face dismissal.
Indigenous communities currently have about 8 percent of the country’s active COVID-19 cases, despite accounting for 5 percent of the population.
COVID-19 has taken away shelter and safety from many homeless people. Outreach workers are worried more deaths are inevitable unless something changes.
“This is kind of your George Floyd moment. Sure you can look the other way and keep the pressure on, or you can ease up on the neck,” said Laurie Munro in a meeting about local governance in Muskoka.
Forty years after his first arrest for rape, Nygard is facing extradition to the United States on sex trafficking and racketeering charges. Court docs show he had a friendship with one police chief who should have been investigating him.
The country is getting half the expected Pfizer doses in the coming weeks, which will slow down an already beleaguered vaccine campaign.
Data obtained by VICE World News shows that in at least one case, a 6-year-old child was labelled as "at risk" of gang activity by authorities using the controversial policing model.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, who has invested over a billion dollars of public money into the project, spoke out against the reported move.
A CBC Reporter Got a Racialized Colleague Fired After Looking Through His WhatsApp Amid Don Cherry Controversy
Ahmar Khan was fired after CBC made him delete a tweet calling out Don Cherry’s racism and he leaked it to the press. His coworker Austin Grabish went through his private messages and reported them to management.
Workers attempting to unionize at three Manitoba factories of the luxury jacket brand allege the company has not provided adequate protections during the COVID-19 pandemic and has attempted to intimidate pro-union employees.
Danielle Smith, a former conservative politician, likened her resignation to 'Seppuku', the ritual suicide used by the samurai.
Kingston, Ontario Mayor Bryan Paterson addressed the ‘elephant in the room’ in an impassioned speech before city council supporting a ban of the practice.