The plan, by Ontario Power Generation, to bury the waste less than a mile from Lake Huron will have “no significant adverse effects on the Great Lakes,” according to a Canadian review panel. Opponents aren't buying it.
The Montana indictment alleges that canadadrugs.com, along with its affiliates in Barbados and the UK, sold cheap foreign versions of lifesaving drugs, which were not approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
The Quebec Toponymy Commission confirmed to VICE News that they’re aware of public concerns and are reviewing the names. The director of the Black Coalition of Quebec objects, though.
The very thin bear spent over three minutes underwater hunting seals, breaking the previous record of 72 seconds, according to a Dutch adventurer who published his observations in the journal Polar Biology.
Recently, the former Iranian president broke a two-year silence, calling on supporters to "begin working energetically in the provinces" and reminding them that "the US is our enemy.”
Months after disappearing in North Korea, the Reverend Hyeon Soo Lim was front and centre at a press conference on Thursday, apologizing for his "indescribable treason.”
In 2013, Health Canada mailed 41,514 letters that included full names and the words "Marihuana Medical Access Program." Plaintiffs say they suffered damage to their reputation, employment prospects, and mental health as a result.
The Army of Conquest, an alliance of Sunni Islamist militias that includes the al Qaeda affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra, announced the offensive over Twitter on Sunday.
Scientists say it's "very possible" and "very probable" that three earthquakes this year, measuring 3.8 to 4.4 on the Richter scale, were caused by fracking in Fox Creek, Alberta. But locals aren't revolting against the industry.
Milner, the Russian tycoon, has pledged $100 million for the search. But Hawking warned that we should be cautious if we do find anyone, since sophisticated aliens "may not see us as any more valuable than we see bacteria.”
Amid record-breaking dry spells and conservation edicts in BC and California, a new debate has emerged over the value of water.
There's a 'Warm Blob' in the Pacific and It's Partly to Blame for BC Forest Fires, California Drought, Hurricanes
The US climate scientist who named "the blob" says it provides a preview of what climate change holds in store for the West Coast.
The treaty under negotiation aims to decrease or eliminate import tariffs between 12 Pacific Rim countries. Canadian beef ranchers want in, but dairy farmers insist on protecting their tariffs.
Porter, the former hospital chief who is accused of taking $11 million in bribes, died of lung cancer while awaiting extradition to Quebec in a Panamanian hospital on Tuesday, according to his wife and associates.
Hiva Alizadeh, an Iranian-Canadian, pleaded guilty last fall to explosives possession with the intent to cause harm as part of a terrorist conspiracy.
Three years ago, Canada and the US said they would draw up a list of “chemicals of mutual concern” regarding the Great Lakes. It still doesn’t exist.
From the early 1960s to the 1980s, social workers in Canada took children from First Nations, Inuit and Métis families, without their consent, and placed them in foster care or adoptive homes. Manitoba is the first province to apologize.
Canada’s hate crime rate is far lower than some other countries, and new stats show it's dropping overall. But, incidents are also notoriously underreported.
Toronto's mayor wants to cancel "carding,” a practice that has been found to disproportionately target black and brown people. But similar data gathering programs remain in other parts of Ontario and police say it’s vital to their work.
A meeting in Paris brought together the leaders of more than 20 countries battling the surging jihadist group, which took Ramadi and other parts of Iraq’s Anbar province last month.