As the Western Canadian separatist movement Wexit has appointed a former Conservative as leader, its founder is pushing for Alberta to become the 51st state of the U.S.
The sentence was announced amid declining Canada-China relations. Tensions started in 2018 when Canada detained Meng Wanzhou of Huawei and have worsened since.
Health Minister Patty Hajdu has granted four people with terminal cancer access to psilocybin mushrooms through an exemption to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.
Stewart, B.C., and Hyder, Alaska, basically form "one community," Stewart's mayor said. The U.S.-Canada border closure is making life difficult for residents.
Migrant sex workers who are in the industry by choice say cops and border security conflate sex trafficking with sex work as a way to police migration in Canada.
A new lawsuit alleges Ontario Provincial Police brutalized, tasered, and illegally arrested two Anishnaabe brothers walking their bikes home. The violent takedown was caught on cellphone video.
Canadians are being asked to throw away all red onions from the United States because they may be linked to a salmonella outbreak that’s sent 16 to hospital.
In an extremely rare attack, a muskie, a member of the pike family, engulfed a woman's calf "from pretty much knee to ankle."
The Canadian prime minister repeatedly said bureaucrats were responsible for the $900 million mess.
"The people who feed us are hungry," one advocate said, adding that the meals are unhealthy and culturally insensitive.
"We are facing escalating threats to our safety and women are being threatened by their abusers and by their local tattoo artists."
Anonymous Instagram accounts are naming alleged abusers. Experts say there are many reasons survivors may go to social media before going to the police.