Liberals have veered dramatically away from promises of more progressive foreign policy
A look at COVID-19 reopening plans across the country
Though Alberta has had a poor COVID-19 responses and vaccination is lower than in most of Canada, Premier Jason Kenney has the most rapid reopening plan, which will eliminate almost all health restrictions in 10 days.
MPs study of systemic racism in policing concludes RCMP needs new model
Over a year since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took a knee, a report from a Commons committee says the Trudeau government still needs to act to reform the RCMP and ensure full civilian oversight.
Trudeau defends Sajjan, accuses Tories of slandering embattled defence minister
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is defending Harjit Sajjan as all three opposition parties vote to censure the Defence Minister for his inaction in rooting out sexist and racist assaulters and harassers in the armed forces.
Maxime Bernier's defamation lawsuit should be tossed, says lawyer for Warren Kinsella
Maxime Bernier is in court fighting lobbyist and political consultant Warren Kinsella over social media posts branding the leader of the right-wing People's Party as a racist.
At least 20 per cent of eligible Canadians fully vaccinated, data suggests
Twenty per cent of eligible Canadians have now received two vaccine doses. Previous public health advice allowed loosening of public health restrictions when 20 per cent are vaccinated and removing restrictions when 75 have received two doses.
Public health agency reports spike in confirmed cases of Delta variant
Delta variant growing rapidly in Canada, says Dr. Theresa Tam. Canada had identified 2,000 Delta cases Friday, up from 1,187 cases three days before. Delta is now dominant in UK, where COVID-19 cases are again rising.
Urgent reforms needed to military justice system to protect misconduct victims: Fish
Urgent overhaul is needed to end ability of commanders to interfere in military police and courts, says retired Supreme Court Justice Morris Fish. Without change, victims of sexism and racism will continue to suffer.
Singh’s blunt message about racism reflects mood of Canadians
After the Islamophobic murder of a family of four in London, Ontario, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh challenged Canadians to accept "this is our Canada." And a poll shows 57 per cent now question the "whole moral foundation" Canada has been based on.
No oxygen concentrators or water at private long-term care home where 100 died
Quarantine zone set up by Quebec long-term care company's residence didn't have oxygen, running water or attendant bells. More than 100 died at the facility, a Quebec inquiry has heard.
'Alarming situation' but help slow in coming for struggling Kashechewan, chief says
Federal public health response slow as COVID-19 outbreak hits First Nations town of Kasheschewan, says Chief Leo Friday. Closed and close living conditions have aided the virus in infecting 232 people, almost half children.
Human rights groups want Canada to prosecute Canadian alleged of war crimes in Guatemala
Two human rights groups call for the Canadian government to prosecute Canadian citizen alleged to have committed horrendous war crimes in Guatemala, including directing the murder of 200 people, rape and torture.