US & Canada

Canadian scientists explain rare 'nocturnal sun' phenomenon

Canadian scientists have unravelled the mystery behind what the Romans called the "nocturnal sun".

Business & Economy

What is NAFTA and why does Trump want it renegotiated?

What is NAFTA, who are the winners and losers, and why did Trump call it 'the worst trade deal' in US history?

US & Canada

Canada's dairy industry a major sticking point in NAFTA talks

US President Donald Trump will have the chance to turn a key campaign promise into reality, with this week's first official talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement.


Canadian held in North Korea for 2 years arrives home

Hyeon Soo Lim was sentenced to life of hard labour in 2015 for trying to use religion to destroy the North Korea system.

Pastor freed from North Korea arrives back in Canada

Latin America

Canada struggles with asylum seeker influx from US

Canada is struggling to cope with a large increase in the number of asylum seekers crossing the open border with the United States.

Latin America

Canadian diplomat in Cuba also treated for hearing loss

The incident comes a day after media reports of a group of American diplomats in Havana suffering similar symptoms.

US & Canada

Canada: Evidence links aluminum dust to brain damage among miners

Underground mining for gold can be a dangerous way to earn a living. Miners use explosives to dislodge minerals from rock, risking physical injuries and lung diseases from abrasive dust in mine shafts.

Inside Story

What matters more in the arms trade - money or morals?

Canada's probe of allegations that weapons it sold to Saudi Arabia were used against civilians reopens ethics debate.

US & Canada

Canada opposition demands end to Saudi arms sales

Canada investigates reports of Saudi Arabia using armoured trucks made near Toronto against civilians.

The Listening Post

Omar Khadr: The case, the compensation and the media

A look at competing narratives surrounding the Omar Khadr case that is dividing Canadians.

US & Canada

Documentary unearths Canada's historic Klondike gold rush

Canada's famous Klondike gold rush in the 1900s has been immortalised in a film that has been made by restored old film clips.


Ruling on West Bank settlement wines stirs debate

Canada's food inspection agency will continue labelling wines made in illegal settlements as "Products of Israel".

Ruling on West Bank settlement wines stirs debate


Hani al-Moliya: Legally Blind, Photographer, Refugee

A photographer from Homs becomes a youth leader after his photos of life in a refugee camp are noticed in Canada.


Canada hosts North American Indigenous Games

Canada is hosting this year’s North American Indigenous Games.


Canada's 'untouchable' spies

Canada's Islamophobic, homophobic and sexist spies remain unpunished in the malleable name of national security.

Andrew Mitrovica

by Andrew Mitrovica

Andrew Mitrovica