US & Canada
Non-binding motion tasks Canadian government with study to develop ways to address racism and discrimination.
by Daniel Lak
by Lee Wellings
Counting the Cost
US & Canada02 Mar 2017 08:36 GMT
An international team of scientists has discovered what they say appear to be fossils of bacteria from nearly four billion years ago. It's far earlier than organic life was thought to have evolved on Earth.
Refugees27 Feb 2017 11:04 GMT
Canada is trying to be an example for the world by welcoming refugees, but its doors are still not open to Roma.
- Debbie Folaron
Human Rights24 Feb 2017 16:52 GMT
New report says children held alongside parents in immigration detention are at risk of 'serious' human rights abuses.
Islamophobia19 Feb 2017 13:07 GMT
If you assume Canada is a welcoming haven from the bile and divisiveness in the age of Trump, you may be mistaken.
Refugees12 Feb 2017 11:09 GMT
Recently, hundreds of refugees have crossed the US border into Manitoba, braving snow and cold at great peril.
US & Canada11 Feb 2017 16:14 GMT
Alexandre Bissonnette was not charged with terrorism although his attack in Quebec has all the elements of a terror act.
Special series03 Feb 2017 12:39 GMT
The story of Canada's residential school system and the indigenous survivors who bear witness to its abuses.
Human Rights02 Feb 2017 16:47 GMT
Rights groups urge Canada to lift cap on refugee sponsorship after US bars entry to refugees and immigrants.
Politics02 Feb 2017 15:31 GMT
What lies beyond the official welcoming rhetoric directed at Muslim communities in Canada?
US & Canada01 Feb 2017 13:12 GMT
Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hate crimes have been on the rise in Quebec and Canada as a whole for years.
Environment01 Feb 2017 12:42 GMT
Facts and science might be in danger but judging by the Canadian experience, there will be many who will resist.
US & Canada31 Jan 2017 21:47 GMT
Suspect known for far-right views faces several counts of murder but is not charged with any terrorism-related offences.
Inside Story31 Jan 2017 18:50 GMT
Canada's relative calm has been broken by the killing of six people as they prayed in a mosque in Quebec.
Canada31 Jan 2017 05:33 GMT
Social media users express solidarity after attack on a Quebec City mosque leaves six Muslims dead and eight wounded.
Politics31 Jan 2017 03:58 GMT
Four of the biggest mosques in the Netherlands to shut doors during prayers after attack on mosque in Quebec.
by Dafina Savic
- Debbie Folaron
by Andrew Mitrovica
by Faisal Kutty
by Kenza Oumlil
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