First Nations

First Nations reclaim the streets of Toronto

Activists have added Anishinaabe-language street signs to parts of the city to highlight their indigenous roots.

Canada

Black rights pioneer first Canadian woman on banknote

Desmond fought racial segregation in the 1940s after refusing to give up a seat in a "whites only" section of a cinema.

Business & Economy

Canada greenlights controversial oil pipelines

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says approval of the two contentious pipelines "is in the best interest of Canada".

Canada

Nearly 1,000 sex assaults reported in Canada's military

About 960 soldiers reported being raped, grabbed, kissed, fondled, or subjected to unwanted advances over the past year.

US & Canada

Castro and Cuban baseball

Revolutionary leader leaves behind legacy of both restricting and investing in communist nation's most beloved sport.

US & Canada

Canada at risk of sinking in Trump's political tsunami

Neighbouring nations Canada and the US head into an economic storm caused by the US election.

by Antonia Zerbisias

US & Canada

Fuel spill in Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia

Fuel spill in Canada's Great Bear Rainforest adds to pressure to cut fuel transport lines on Pacific Coast.

Canada

Journalism under surveillance in Canada

Canada might have a strong tradition of free press, but that has not stopped Canadian police spying on journalists.

by Andrew Mitrovica

Business & Economy

EU and Canada sign historic trade deal

After being held up by objections from Belgian farmers, controversial deal marks first EU agreement with a G7 country.

Business & Economy

Time to put Russia-Canada tensions in the deep freeze

The Trudeau government recognises that climate change is the real threat to Canada's Arctic sovereignty.

by Antonia Zerbisias

Business & Economy

Belgium makes breakthrough in EU-Canada trade deal

Negotiations back on after agreement appeared derailed by Belgian farmers concerned over the reach of big corporations.

Inside Story

Can the EU-Canada CETA trade deal be saved?

The EU trade deal with Canada is at risk following objections from the French-speaking parliament in Belgium.

Politics

Canada's Willy Wonka

Sooner or later Canadians' appetite for Justin Trudeau's charming act will fade - whether he knows it or not.

by Andrew Mitrovica

Sweden

Belgium holds up EU-Canada CETA trade pact

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel says French-speaking region of the country has refused to back the CETA deal.

Canada

Canada's vanishing villages along the Lower North Shore

A historic region on Canada's Atlantic coast pins its hopes for survival on a missing road link to the outside world.