The recent incident against Justin Trudeau is just the tip of the iceberg, Canadian politicians and their staff say. And they say the RCMP is not doing enough to protect them.
Two years after Justin Trudeau legalized cannabis, the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police says arresting people for having small amounts of other drugs, such as cocaine and heroin, is “ineffective.”
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau declined an invitation from Donald Trump to attend a NAFTA meeting in the U.S., where COVID-19 cases are exponentially higher than in Canada.
The legislature approved a motion on Monday that calls for the province to explore voluntary civilian corps opportunities. Many Albertans are worried.
Singh called Bloc Quebecois MP Alain Therrien racist after Therrien dismissed a motion to review racism among federal police.
The Canadian prime minister made the comments amid a series of police brutality allegations across the country.
Nathalie Provost survived the anti-feminist shooting at École Polytechnique in 1989. Now, she's offering support for survivors and grieving loved ones following the Nova Scotia shooting.
Countries that have eased physical distancing have seen spikes in COVID-19 cases. Plus, a slaughterhouse in Alberta is sending staff back to work after half of its workers tested positive for the virus.
Ontario is tracking towards a best-case scenario; COVID-19 hotspots in care homes and prisons; Alberta's energy sector is suffering from negative oil prices as pandemic rages on.
Coronavirus Updates Canada: Trudeau Announces Help For Energy Workers, But No Big Bailout for the Industry Yet
Canada is investing $1.7 billion to clean up orphan wells and millions of dollars for emission reduction efforts as COVID-19 continues to batter the country's already struggling energy sector.
Marilyn Gladu, the party’s former health critic, called for the experimental drug hydroxychloroquine to help send Canadians back to work.