Teachers and advocacy groups call the plan a ‘privatization scheme’ that will undermine public education
In Oregon, conservative politicians literally run and hide from carbon pricing. How did BC’s similar party make it law?
In a rare public appearance, Ontario's unpopular premier extends restrictions. After rejecting the recommendations of his own pandemic advisors, resulting hundreds of deaths and overflowing hospitals, COVID-19 cases are only slowing falling.
A court will today rule on whether Jason Kenney's "Anti-Alberta activities" inquiry can continue. Critics have raised concern the government inquiry is being used to bully and silence Kenney's political critic.
A federal court says the CBC was wrong to attempt to block the Conservative Party from using short, CBC-owned video clips of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in their election campaign.
Federal privacy watchdog Daniel Therrien says he cannot charge political parties subject to a data privacy complaint because political parties are excluded from data privacy requirements. Therrien says the law should change.
Vancouver Police have reported a big increase in hate-motivated crimes since 2019 -- and community leaders are calling for more transparency on how hate crimes are charged and prosecuted, and stronger anti-racism programs.
Prince Alberta RCMP officer Cpl Bernie Herman has been charged with first-degree murder of Braden Herman, not related, from Clearwater River Dene Nation. The dead man's sister says the RCMP officer had been harassing him for two years.
Final report looking into allegations of a foreign campaign to targeting Alberta's oil industry is supposed to be due May 31
Two Hitler Youth flags were spotted flying on separate rural Alberta properties last week. One man has since removed the Hitler Youth symbol, while the other is letting his fly next to a Confederate flag.
Reeling from stories of inappropriate sexual actions at the most senior levels and beset by hundreds of sexual harassments and sexual assault reports, the Canadian Armed Forces says recruitment of women remains low.
An RCMP officer is in custody and a murder investigation is underway in the death of a Prince Albert, Saskatchewan man. Police are releasing few details of the incident.