A Federal Court judge says former prime minister Stephen Harper's law restricting patients from growing is unconstitutional.
Simon Coutu plants weed at Quebec's only Health Canada-approved facility, visits with cannabis patients, and learns about new medical cannabis research.
There may be lots of good reasons to keep weed criminalized, but so far, opponents to the Liberal Party's plan don't seem to have any.
Indigenous women wear niqabs to direct Harper's attention to Indigenous issues and show solidarity with Muslim women in Canada.
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper has some interesting views on the dangers of cannabis.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission challenges readers to see how non-Aboriginal Canadians benefited from 120 years of residential school policy.
It appears that the commission is ending just as it was gaining speed.
The Canadian Government, the German Aerospace Centre and the Swedish Space Corporation's northern station will soon become a leading science and technology centre.
At a time when the spectre of the Russian military is high on the minds of European countries fearful of the next Ukraine, Canada's Department of National Defence is playing tough with President Vladimir Putin.
Online jihadists are changing their online habits because – surprise – intelligence services are probably tracking them.
Canada's internet speed lags behind many industrialised nations, Including Romania and Latvia.
Are the country's global peacekeeping days over?