Canada

Can Canada undo 'unjust' cannabis convictions?

Potential amnesty for those convicted of cannabis possession gains steam amid plans to legalise recreational marijuana.

Can Canada undo 'injustice' of cannabis possession convictions?

Opinion

Canada's silence on Israel's crimes isn't surprising

Canada has always been silent when Israel decides to kill as many Palestinians as it wants to, for any reason.

Andrew Mitrovica

by Andrew Mitrovica

Andrew Mitrovica

Opinion

Shattering the myth of 'Canada the Good'

Migrant labour programmes expose the colonial construction of a country seen by many as tolerant of diversity.

Min Sook Lee

by Min Sook Lee

Min Sook Lee

Canada

Asylum seekers may face tougher hurdles to enter Canada

Canada seeks to alter agreement with the US, which some fear could allow it to turn back thousands from the border.

Asylum seekers may face tougher hurdles to enter Canada

Canada

Misogyny 'clear-cut' in deadly Toronto attack

In a Facebook post, suspect of van attack mentioned 'Incels', a term used for men who espouse virulent hatred of women.

Misogyny 'clear-cut' in deadly Toronto attack

Opinion

Why is the pope not apologising to Canada's indigenous people?

Pope Francis remains silent over the abuse indigenous children suffered for 150 years at the hands of Catholic priests.

Andrew Mitrovica

by Andrew Mitrovica

Andrew Mitrovica

US & Canada

Toronto van attack: Suspect charged with 10 counts of murder

Alek Minassian has appeared in court as police are investigating social media posts that may offer clues to his motive for the worst mass killing in Canada in decades.

Canada

'Looks deliberate': Van ploughs into Toronto crowd, killing 10

Driver in custody and being questioned by police as search for motive in the deadly incident begins.

First Nations

Canada: Trudeau under fire as pipeline opposition grows

Canadian PM vows to push through a $5bn oil pipeline project, but indigenous leaders say it 'will never be built'.

Trudeau under fire as Trans Mountain pipeline opposition grows

Media

Canada group slammed after firing staff decrying Israel killings

A press advocacy employee has been sacked following his condemnation of Israel's lethal force used against Palestinians.

Canada group slammed after firing staff decrying Israel killings

Canada

'Worst nightmare': 15 killed in junior hockey bus crash

Condolences pour in after bus carrying junior hockey team collides with a truck in Canada's Saskatchewan province.

Islamophobia

Paralysed mosque attack survivor receives $310,000

Aymen Derbali was hailed as a hero after being shot several times trying to save others in the 2017 Quebec City attack.

Paralysed Quebec mosque attack 'hero' receives $310,000

Skripal poisoning

Which countries are expelling Russian diplomats?

US, Canada, Australia, 18 EU states, and seven non-EU states have announced the expulsion of 123 Russian diplomats.

Which countries are expelling Russian diplomats?

Canada

Canadian shooter in deadly mosque attack pleads guilty

Alexandre Bissonnette pleaded guilty for last year's deadly attack on a Quebec City mosque that killed six worshipers.

Shooter in deadly Quebec mosque attack pleads guilty

Inside Story

Diplomatic expulsions - a sign of another Cold War?

At least 20 Western countries team up to expel more than 130 Russian diplomats.