When the third wave of COVID-19 hit Canada and the benefits of the short-lived hero pay had long passed, workers’ advocates made renewed calls for a paid sick leave policy.
No, oil and gas can’t pay for our green energy transition. And more fairy tales debunked.
Velma Olsen is creating a display to honour the 215 children who didn’t return home from the Kamloops residential school.
Our laws lag far behind the US and UK. First of two parts on the fight in Parliament for animal cruelty reform.
One long-held excuse for not getting off oil, gas and coal faster is that energy sources like solar and wind only work when the sun's shining or the wind's blowing. Now, rapid advances in energy storage technologies, along with falling prices, have rendered that excuse meaningless.
You're reading it here because you can't read it anywhere else. Not one major newspaper or media outlet in Canada carried news that should have interested every one of us -- Sunday's press release from the head of the religious order that was responsible for burying 215 bodies of Indigenous children in unmarked graves at a former residential school.
Canada under the Liberals still refuses to fund First Nations kids equitably. This lifelong advocate still fights for them.
This report by veteran earth scientist David Hughes analyzes the state of the oil and gas sector in Canada and finds that while production is increasing, jobs and revenues paid to government are decreasing.
Recent statistics indicate that significant progress is being made in vaccinating Canadians. But there is still a long way to go in getting people inoculated against COVID-19. In Saskatchewan 24 per cent "remain unconvinced" about getting the shot. Alberta is second with about 17 per cent expressing that view. The rest of Canada comes in at about 12 per cent.
Through access to information requests, public records, and exclusive interviews, VICE World News has uncovered nearly 70 years of UFO cases involving the Canadian military.