RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki is rejected a call for a special prosecutor to probe the many complaints of assault on women officers. Lucki says each assaulted woman must come forward on her own and have her claim investigated individually.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is being criticized for his vigorous defence of John A. Macdonald, the Canadian prime minister who established the residential school system, accusing his detractors of "cancel culture."
In the wake of the discovery of the remains of 215 Indigenous children at a BC residential school, Ryerson University's Indigenous professors say their school should be renamed. Egerton Ryerson played a key role in creating the residential school system.
The federal government will today release a framework for addressing the 231 calls to action from the inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. The Native Women's Association of Canada has walked away from the process calling it "dysfunctional."
Alberta Premier Kenney and friends caught on film having an apparently boozy lunch with more people than allowed by health laws atop of Calgary's Sky Palace.
Several Conservative MPs have tabled similar petitions in recent weeks
From basic income to local hiring laws, government has the tools to achieve economic justice
As housing costs continue to climb in many parts of Canada, Prime Minister Trudeau has told the Canadian Federation of Municipalities the federal government will take action, but wants provinces to help identify solutions.
Canadian arms exports to Saudi Arabia, which is at war in Yemen, fell to $1.3 billion in 2020. Canada's total arms exports for 2020 was $2.0 billion.
Senator Murray Sinclair, former chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, says more mass graves of Indigenous children will be found at residential school sites. When he requested the authority to investigate, it was denied.
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business, usually a strident advocate of budget cuts and free markets, says its member companies need more public subsidies.
Audit finds that 10 per cent of communications between inmates and their lawyers are intercepted by prison staff, breaching solicitor-client privilege.