Oil giant Suncor vowed to fight racism in the wake of George Floyd’s murder. But it’s still releasing cancer-causing chemicals into a low-income Latino neighborhood north of Denver.
Derrick Bales, a Black veteran who runs a popular military lifestyle brand, maintains he did not participate in any fighting and was at the frontlines to conduct interviews for a coffee table book.
Two months after the Atlanta shootings exposed how poorly police treat sex workers, Doug Ford's government is working on legislation that makes it even easier to target them.
Campus centres for students recovering from addiction are exploding during COVID.
Two Hitler Youth flags were spotted flying on separate rural Alberta properties last week. One man has since removed the Hitler Youth symbol, while the other is letting his fly next to a Confederate flag.
Mikayla Miller’s mother said her daughter was found “bound by the neck with a black belt to a tree,” and she suggested police prematurely concluded it was a suicide.
An anti-vaccine conspiracy about the vaccinated is leading some anti-maskers and anti-vaxxers to contemplate wearing a mask and social distance.
More than a third of Americans say they won’t get vaccinated, while nearly 80 percent of Canadians say they’ll get jabbed, according to Ipsos.
Hundreds of people have said their posts about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls were removed on a day meant to honour them.
The Line Canada is demanding “every practicing Muslim” to abandon stay-at-home orders to attend a “proper” Eid prayer in a public park.
Calls for government-backed insurance plans have fallen on deaf ears, leading to growing fears of mass cancellations over the next few weeks.