Indigenous Mother Calls Out School Assignment That Asked Kids to List Positive Traits of Residential Schools
A B.C. school district has launched an investigation into how the homework was assigned and the school’s principal has apologized.
The U.S., U.K., Germany—and to the Conservative Party’s dismay, Mexico—will likely get first dibs on frontrunner vaccines.
During a tense town hall, staff cried and expressed dismay with the publishing giant's decision to publish 'Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life.'
Despite having the fraction of the population of Ontario and Quebec, Alberta is reporting more infections. Public health experts blame Jason Kenney's weak restrictions and say the worst is still to come.
Provinces across the country are implementing stricter health measures as cases continue to grow in Canada.
Toronto woman Danielle Warriner died due to an "altercation" with hospital security that was captured on video, a coroner’s investigation has found. But police won’t let the public see the footage.
Toronto chef Doug McNish also allegedly questioned if trans men are real men and dead-named an employee. He has since apologized for his 'insensitive and careless' comments and behaviour.
A report looking at decades of sexual harassment and discrimination claims concludes the RCMP has failed to address its underlying issues and is unlikely to do so without external pressure.
The forensic psychiatrist said the Toronto van attack killer claimed he was 'wishing for more female victims' in the rampage that killed 10 and left 16 others injured.
Nunavut was one of the rare places in the world that avoided the pandemic. Now, it has confirmed COVID-19 cases in four communities.
In a scathing report, Canada's information commissioner said the federal police force's response to access to information requests is woefully inadequate, keeping Canadians in the dark.