LGBT

Canada apologises for 'tragic act of discrimination'

Trudeau makes amends for policy that 'purged' thousands of LGBT Canadians from public service between 1950s and 1990s.

Canada apologises for historical LGBT 'purge'

Global Warming

Alaska Natives: Our fight to survive

AJ+ tells the story of the divide between those who live off the land and those who want to profit from its oil.

Alaska Natives: Our fight to survive

Canada

Canada's Trudeau apologises for residential schools

Justin Trudeau delivers 'long overdue' apology for decades of abuse of indigenous children at residential schools.

Canada's Trudeau apologises for residential schools

Opinion

The world's saints and sinners, according to Canada

Venezula's government is bad, but the US and Israel's are good. Why?

Andrew Mitrovica

by Andrew Mitrovica

Andrew Mitrovica

US & Canada

Explained: 'Increased legitimacy' of Quebec's far-right

Analysts say Quebec is home to a rising far-right movement. What groups operate in the Canadian province and how?

Explained: 'Increased legitimacy' of Quebec's far-right

The Far Right

Canadians to march 'against hate and racism' in Quebec

More than 160 community groups join protest aimed at denouncing the rise of far-right groups in the Canadian province.

Canadians to march 'against hate and racism' in Quebec

Human Rights

Guantanamo: Ex-inmate sues Canada for alleged torture

Algerian Djamel Ameziane says Canada was complicit in his detention and torture at US-run Guantanamo Bay prison.

Guantanamo: Ex-inmate sues Canada for alleged torture

prison

'We don't know what happened': Death in a Canada prison

An inquest will look into the death of a mentally ill man who died in an Ontario prison last year.

'No answers' a year after Soleiman Faqiri prison death

US & Canada

Canada's only deepwater Arctic port faces 'uncertain future'

Access by land to Canada's only Arctic port, which was built in Churchill, Manitoba, has been impossible since last May when a railroad line to the small town was damaged beyond repair in floods.

Islamophobia

Groups challenge Quebec's 'unacceptable' face veil ban

Rights groups say the province's Bill 62 violates the constitutional rights of Muslim women who wear the niqab.

Groups launch legal challenge of Quebec's face veil ban

Canada

Children on Canada's no-fly list 'can't wait forever'

Parents of children whose names match ones on no-fly list take fight to set up redress system to Ottawa.

US & Canada

Canada: Parents angry over kids on no-fly lists

Parents of children who are on Canada's no-fly lists are calling on the government to remove their names.

Human Rights

Russia retaliates after Canada imposes sanctions

Moscow says dozens of 'Russophobic Canadians' now barred from entering the country after Ottawa imposed sanctions.

Russia retaliates after Canada imposes sanctions

Opinion

Canada's hypocritical 'feminist' foreign policy

As it applauds itself for following a "feminist agenda", Canada continues to sell weapons to regimes that kill women.

Rafia Zakaria

by Rafia Zakaria

Rafia Zakaria

US & Canada

Canada to accept nearly one million new immigrants by 2020

Canada's government says it will attempt to boost the Canadian economy by welcoming nearly one million immigrants over the next three years. That's a boost of more than 10 percent on current figures.