Maan Alhmidi, The Canadian PressWed Nov 18 2020 19:08:07 OTTAWA — A commissioner who served on the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls says top-down attitudes and the centralized structure of the RCMP are leading to racist practices against Indigenous people in Canada. Speaking in French to the House of Commons public […]
Canadians who channelled their grief into trying to keep Boeing 737 Max aircrafts grounded after losing loved ones in a deadly crash fear American regulators have made a mistake in allowing the planes to fly again.
Jordan Press, The Canadian PressWed Nov 18 2020 14:55:29 OTTAWA — The country’s headline inflation meter jumped last month by 0.7 per cent compared to one year ago, the fastest the consumer price index has risen in months, largely on the back of higher food prices. October’s increase compared with a year-over-year rise of 0.5 […]
A federal agency that monitors brewing online threats warns of fraudsters dangling COVID-19-related content to fool victims into clicking on malicious links and attachments.
Brenna Owen, The Canadian PressWed Nov 18 2020 14:45:30 Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart says he’s preparing to table a motion that would see city council vote on the decriminalization of simple possession of illicit drugs. “Personal possession and use of drugs are not a criminal justice issue, it’s a health issue, and it’s time we […]
The BBC’s board of directors has approved the appointment of a retired senior judge to lead an independent investigation into the circumstances around a controversial 1995 TV interview with Princess Diana, the broadcaster said Wednesday.
OTTAWA — The Canada-U. S. border is set to remain closed well into December. A federal source speaking on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to comment publicly confirmed the 30-day rollover of the closure that was set to expire on Friday. Visits such as vacations, day trips and cross-border shopping excursions […]
Newly published research says climate change is making familiar winter activities on frozen lakes and rivers more dangerous.
Beijing blasts Bob Rae after ambassador calls for UN to investigate genocide claims of ethnic Muslim Uighurs in Xinjiang province
The Chinese government is firing back at Canada’s ambassador to the United Nations for calling on the UN to investigate whether China’s persecution of ethnic Muslim Uighurs in its Xinjiang province is a genocide.
Many have feared US tensions with China are on such an edge on multiple fronts, also through allies in the region, that war could easily erupt based on what in normal times might be seen as a small encounter or incident. And now, Henry Kissinger has raised his warning levels during the opening session of […]