Report from Canada's climate change advisory panel says governments need to act "urgently" rather than wait and be forced to make steeper and more sudden emissions cuts later.
Jagmeet Singh looks West to seize opportunities from Conservative weakness
With support on an upswing for his NDP, Jagmeet Singh is looking for new seats in Western Canada as Conservative support hits new lows and the Greens struggle with internal turmoil.
Lytton, B.C., wildfire grows as others force evacuations in another region
Fires continue to blaze near Lytton.
Canada's violence can no longer be masked by shallow national identity
Usually, Canada Day celebrations begin by trotting out Indigenous folk in their colourful beads and feathers. More recently, lame land acknowledgement practices have become some symbol of amends in the settler book of "how to disguise your racism."
These actions are not satisfactory this year.
First Nations Indigenous people are seething in 2021.
Canada Day protest over residential schools sees monarch statues toppled in Winnipeg
As more unmarked graves appear in former residential schools, this Canada Day is one of reckoning with the country's past.
Feds lay out beefed-up flight refund rules after gaps laid bare by pandemic
Feds new law proposes better protections to customers, but the rules are from finalized.
B.C. coroner says 719 deaths in a week during heat wave, but number could jump
Climate change continues to wreak havoc over British Columbia and is a factor in the increase in deaths in the province.
The record-setting day when global heating surpassed COVID-19 as the existential crisis
After the last four years of wildfire, we all know what comes next. The good news? There’s literally nothing like an extreme heat wave to galvanize public concern over climate change
BC’s Heat Wave Turns Deadly
The province’s chief coroner says there have been 233 sudden deaths during the “heat dome.”
'Information is missing': Quebec teachers want Indigenous history taught differently
Indigenous leaders and history teachers say there are big gaps in how Indigenous history is taught in Quebec schools. Even a 2018 review led to only a passing reference to residential schools.
Liberals could have worked with the NDP to ban conversion therapy—instead, they chose to play games with the Tories
Tom Parkin: first the Liberals dodged a conversion therapy ban, calling it provincial jurisdiction. Then they rejected an NDP offer to fast-track legislation. Then they delayed bill C-6, playing games with the Conservatives rather than protecting Canadians.
Muslim charities concerned about targeted audits call for national security probe
Leaders of Muslim charitable organizations are calling for Canada's national security watchdog to investigate why they have been targeted for audits by a CRA branch.