‘Some parents were never told their children died, some never knew what became of their kids’
A recent surge in violent events at Toronto shelters is playing a role in the increase of encampments, say several homeless people. But the city insists its shelter continue to be safe.
More dissent among Alberta Conservatives as two UCP ministers criticize Premier Jason Kenney for not following the public health rules during boozy dinner atop the Calgary Sky Palace.
While yesterday saying the discovery of 215 residential school children in an unmarked mass in BC was "shocking," the Pope has not made the official apology set out as a call to action from the Truth and Reconciliation report released six years ago.
While some provinces have recently updated what students learn about residential schools, curriculum in many provinces continued to give scant attention to the Indigenous experience of Canada including residential schools.
After public outcry, Air Canada's top executives say they will return their $2 million in bonuses, but no word on returning the $6 million in bonuses paid to other executives. The federal government gave a $5.9 billion bailout to the company.
National shock at the discovery of 215 buried Indigenous children is the result of school curriculum reluctant to address Canada's history, say educators. BC Premier Horgan says public education needs to tell the story of Canada "with the reality it deserves."
Matt Gaetz under investigation for obstructing justice by tampering with a witness and perhaps threatening them. This shows that Gaetz is facing numerous charges that entail years in Prison.
Forced sterilization of Indigenous women is still happening today in Canada, says Senate report.
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh calls on Prime Minister Trudeau to stop his "hypocrisy" of gesturing solidarity with Indigenous people and instead end his government's legal battles against improved health services for Indigenous children.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said he used reasonable efforts to follow his own health rules at whiskey dinner atop Calgary's "Sky Palace."
Trudeau's Liberals boast their next campaign will use texting platform used by Shawn Mendes, Shania Twain and Justin Bieber.