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There’s a Canada Worth Celebrating, But We’re Not There Yet
Canada 150 feels like a bust, as it should.
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Alberta Man Fined for Displaying ‘Fuck Harper’ Sign on Car, Threatens Charter Defence
Insulting the prime minister will cost him $543.
Canada’s Supreme Court Shoots Down Harper’s Minimum Sentences for Firearm Offences
Another big legal loss for the Harper government's tough-on-crime agenda.
A Life Sentence in Canada Will Soon Mean an Actual Life Sentence for Nastiest Murderers
Even with the murder rate as low as it's been, the government plans on jailing particularly nasty killers forever.
CSIS is Refusing to Tell Us How Much It Spent on an Unconstitutional Snooping Campaign
Canada's top spy agency has given VICE a "we can neither confirm nor deny."
NDP Vows to Fight Anti-Terror Bill as Conservatives Limit Debate
While Thomas Mulcair promises to go to the mat, Justin Trudeau sits on the sidelines.
Canada’s Supreme Court Has Legalized Assisted Suicide
Until this morning, physician-assisted suicide was a criminal offence in Canada and could result in criminal prosecution for any person who "aids or abets a person to commit suicide."
The Winnipeg Guitarist Who Let His Mother Die on the Kitchen Floor Was Just Released on Bail
Ron Siwicki says he was respecting his mother's refusal of medical care when he left her on the kitchen floor for five days.
Canadian Cops Can Now Search Your Phone if You’ve Been Arrested, so Slap a Password on It
Following a Supreme Court ruling, Canadian police can search your phone and computer when they arrest you. Even if you're released without charge or trial.
First Nations Communities Are Suing the Federal Government Over Third World Water Conditions
After facing gruesome problems with their water supply like floating mice in cisterns, four Alberta First Nations have filed a lawsuit against the Canadian government, who they say hasn't fulfilled an obligation to provide quality drinking water to...
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