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Nurses Are Working as Bouncers Outside Emergency Room Doors
Dispatches from a night shift at an Alberta ER, where nurses are tasked with telling visitors who can and can’t come inside.
Winnipeg Police Killed Three Indigenous People in 10 Days
The Indigenous Bar Association is calling for an inquiry after the recent shooting deaths of two men and a 16-year-old girl.
A Conservative MP Is Hyping Trump’s Unproven Coronavirus Drug
Marilyn Gladu, the party’s former health critic, called for the experimental drug hydroxychloroquine to help send Canadians back to work.
Thousands of Immigrant Doctors Can't Fight Coronavirus in Canada
Physicians with experience in conflict and triage are struggling to get their international credentials recognized.
The Neighbours Going Out of Their Way to Provide Coronavirus Relief
Before Canada announced its multi-billion dollar aid package, Vancouverites started solving each other’s dilemmas on social media.
There’s Still No Deal in Wet’suwet’en But Pipeline Construction Is Ongoing
Nearly one month later, a proposed title deal is still not signed and pipeline opponents are calling for a shutdown, citing concern over the COVID-19 pandemic.
Supervised Drug Use Will Move Online Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Some Vancouver harm reduction advocates are taking a DIY approach to B.C.’s intersecting health emergencies.
Prime Minister’s Wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau Tests Positive for Coronavirus
Justin Trudeau is in self-isolation after his wife returned from the UK with flu-like symptoms.
Accused Cult Leader Threatened Ex Members After VICE Investigation
Former students of Twin Flames Universe received letters threatening to reveal "VERY uncomfortable” information if they didn't take back their claims.
Wet’suwet’en People to Decide on Proposed Deal With Canada
Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett called the arrangement a milestone in the history of Canada.
Justin Trudeau Says Rail Barricades 'Need to Come Down Now'
Canada's prime minister has called on Indigenous leaders including the Wet'suwet'en Nation to not stand in the way of reconciliation with Canada.
What You Need to Know About the Wet'suwet'en Crisis
Your guide to “rule of law,” “land defenders,” and the 1997 Supreme Court decision underpinning Canada’s biggest news story.