First Nations

Acquittal in Native man's death spurs calls for reform

Indigenous leaders say not guilty verdict in Native man's killing highlights deep-seated racism in Canada.

Canada

Slain indigenous man 'denied justice'

Canadian jury finds farmer Gerald Stanley not guilty of second-degree murder in relation to killing of indigenous man.

Slain Colten Boushie's family vows to 'pursue justice'

Opinion

War doesn't have to be nuclear to kill indiscriminately

The proliferation of conventional weapons is out of control and incredibly deadly.

Alexander Gillespie

by Alexander Gillespie

Alexander Gillespie

US & Canada

Canada under fire for bid to deport Somali refugee

Canada is facing criticism from human rights groups for its attempts to deport a 24-year-old man to Somalia.

First Nations

Canada: Sixties Scoop survivors want 'just reparations'

Sixties Scoop vow to block financial settlement until the government holds more inclusive consultation process.

Canada: Sixties Scoop survivors want 'just reparations'

Reporter's Notebook

Icebound no more: Is Northwest Passage a game-changer?

Melting sea ice makes it possible for many more ships to cross Northwest Passage without help of an icebreaker.

Canada

Canada ordered to fund indigenous child welfare - again

Rights tribunal says indigenous children continue to face discrimination in child welfare system.

Canada ordered to fund indigenous child welfare - again

Canada

Canada's BC submits new rules to restrict oil shipments

New regulations proposed in British Columbia are seen as a blow to a contentious oil pipeline expansion project.

Canada's BC submits new rules to restrict oil shipments

Islamophobia

'We need to run': Survivor recalls Quebec mosque attack

Muslim-Canadians say 'a feeling of fear' lingers in Quebec City one year after a deadly attack on a local mosque.

'We need to run': Survivor recalls Quebec mosque attack

Canada

Wilder Penfield: Why Google honours him today

Once described as the 'greatest living Canadian', Wilder Penfield would have been 127 years on January 26.

Wilder Penfield: Why Google honours him today

Canada

Freed Hassan Diab demands probe over 'terrorism' ordeal

Diab and supporters call for Canada to reform extradition law after professor was wrongfully handed over to France.

Freed Hassan Diab demands probe over 'terrorism' ordeal

Opinion

Trudeau's silence means complicity in the age of Trump

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has chosen not to speak out on Trump.

Andrew Mitrovica

by Andrew Mitrovica

Andrew Mitrovica

US & Canada

Vancouver talks: US threatens North Korea to accept negotiations

The talks, which did not include Russia or China, are not expected to be a venue for resolving the conflict with North Korea, but rather a coordination of efforts.

North Korea

China, Russia not invited to summit on North Korea in Canada

Beijing is North Korea's key trading partner and its only ally. It has called the summit "meaningless". China wants gentle diplomacy to work first instead of tougher measures.

Canada

Canada: Attack on girl wearing hijab 'did not happen'

Toronto police announce hate crime investigation concluded after evidence shows cutting of girl's hijab didn't occur.

Canada: Attack on girl wearing hijab 'did not happen'