Alberta NDP MP Heather McPherson has tabled a bill requiring federal environmental assessments of new coal-mining proposals. The bill comes in reaction to a Kenney plan, since reversed, to open new coal mines in the Rocky Mountains.
For three weeks Green leader Annamie Paul defended her advisor Noah Zatzman, who branded two Green MPs as anti-Semites and pledged to defeat them in the next election. Zatzman has now been terminated by the Green Party executive committee.
Madiha Salman, 44, murdered in Sunday's hate attack, is remembered for her "bright, generous, loving" personality by the Western University professor who supervised her master's degree in environmental science.
Between 2008 and 2015, CRA's Review and Analysis Division targeted Muslim charities and 75 per cent of the organizations whose charitable status were revoked following their audits were Muslim charities. But the Fraser Institute is still a charity.
Without right to recall legislation, BC hospitality workers could lose good jobs with higher wages, better benefits and seniority
Safer alternatives to toxic street drugs are still far too difficult to access across the province.
Three Vancouver Island First Nations have signed a declaration to renew their authority over traditional lands and defer logging while preparing a stewardship plan. B.C. Premier Horgan said his government will honour the declaration.
More arrests bring total to 185 as RCMP use injunction to allow Teal-Jones Group to log old growth forest in southern Vancouver Island.
After a week of insisting his boozy dinner atop the Calgary "Sky Palace" didn't break any health rules, Premier Jason Kenney has now apologized for breaking COVID-19 rules. On the weekend, two ministers criticized Kenney's lack of apology.
Muslim Canadians are shocked and fearful after an Islamophobic attack on a family in London, Ontario leaves four dead and orphans a young boy. One man has been arrested. Advocates are asking police to consider terrorism charges.
Prime Minister Trudeau and all his Ministers either abstain or didn't show up as the House of Commons passes an NDP motion to end court battles against residential school survivors and Indigenous kids.
Leger poll finds the deaths of 215 children at the Kamloops Residential School has led 57 per cent of Canadians to question the moral foundation of Canada.