Right-wing social media influencer Aaron Gunn is telling his supporters he thinks the BC Liberals need a “total overhaul” and a “new name,” as he publicly mulls a run to be the party’s next leader.
On the face of it, Canada Goose is a rare example of Canadian business success in turbulent economic times. Appealing to Canadian sensibilities of nationalist goodwill—touting that “the place of manufacturing matters as much as the product itself” in its 2019 Corporate Sustainability Report—the winter apparel manufacturer has mostly withstood the COVID-19 pandemic, posting its biggest sales increase this past year.
Since the pandemic began, we've spent late nights and early mornings with a list of worries familiar to people the world over: which of our colleagues will end up in an ICU with COVID-19? Whose patient's or family member's or friend's life will be cut short by this pandemic? Whose grandparent will suffer neglect in long-term care?
Nearly one-in-ten federal inmates who are placed in the “structured intervention units” designed by the Trudeau government to replace solitary confinement cells are actually being tortured, a new report says.
A Toronto carpenter, whose work to build miniature, winterized shelters for the homeless during the COVID-19 pandemic has received immense public support, is speaking out after the city requested an injunction against further construction of the shelters.
Sex workers have won a preliminary motion in an ongoing legal challenge against the province of Ontario that will allow them to present anonymized affidavits in the case, an Ontario Superior Court judge decided Tuesday.
The Toronto-based sex worker rights group Work Safe Twerk Safe alleges that the government of Ontario's September 2020 decision to close down strip clubs -- while allowing bars and similar venues to remain open -- was discriminatory to strippers and sex workers more broadly.
The Liberal government’s newly proposed criminal justice reform legislation fails to address inequities around addiction treatment and will reinforce harms associated with drug criminalization, drug policy experts and harm reduction advocates say.
If you own a home in Montreal, B.C.’s Fraser Valley or just about anywhere in Ontario, there’s a good chance your house is earning more money than you are.
With home sales on a tear across Canada this winter, “house prices are not only rising faster than family income, they are rising more than total annual income,” Bank of Montreal senior economist Sal Guatieri wrote in a client note Wednesday, titled “Your house earns more than you.”
Advocates for people with disabilities say their concerns about a new medical assistance in dying bill have been ignored by Ottawa lawmakers and lobby groups.