'They Will Not be Able to Gag Us:' Syrian Human Rights Monitor Defiant After Islamic State Hacks Website
The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights catalogues attacks, executions, bombings, torture, and other human rights abuses throughout Syria. It's back online after pro-IS hackers took it down Wednesday.
Following a Supreme Court of Canada decision that legalized the possession of edibles, the government announced Wednesday it has eased restrictions on what medical marijuana can be sold by mail and by certain producers.
Canadian Bill to Force Unions to Disclose Political Activities Could Hurt Hockey and Football Players
Bill C-377, which amends Canada’s Income Tax Act, slaps new requirements on any labor organization. Everyone from the largest private-sector union in the country to the NHLPA has concerns.
Canada has kicked in money to help launch "a reputable Ukrainian reform-oriented" online television station. Ukraine is also reportedly looking to fill the airwaves with Canadian classics like Anne of Green Gables.
Canada, Australia, the UK and New Zealand stood to be big beneficiaries of the alleged snooping, which extended to a French economic official who was purportedly intercepted complaining about 'narcissism' in Washington.
It's the first Canadian city to establish a medical marijuana shop regime, which includes a $30,000 licensing fee and limits proximity to schools. The health minister quickly expressed her deep disappointment.
Canada’s campaign finance laws are generally pretty strict. But there’s one big loophole — there are virtually no rules on spending in the lead-up to the formal campaign period. Canadians head to the polls in October.
While Canada’s cops haven’t faced as many high-profile incidents as their American brethren, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have had their share of controversy.
Trudeau, the leader of the Liberal Party, is proposing a package of democratic reforms, including the abolition of the so-called "first past the post" method of election. He didn't say what he would replace it with exactly.
Coalition Commander Says Airstrikes Just a 'Stopgap' Until Iraqi Forces Can Pull Themselves Together
Canadian Air Force commander makes an unusually blunt assessment of the air mission against the so-called Islamic State, arguing the coalition can’t do much more until the Iraqi forces can retake their country.
The decision is the latest in a long line of losses for the Canadian government on its pot laws. But the case only dealt with criminal prohibitions around possessing and producing cannabis, not with regulations on who can sell it.
The Auditor General of Canada's report, released Tuesday, is the culmination of a two-year scandal that has seen a flurry of resignations, a criminal case, and a growing campaign to abolish Canada's unelected Senate.
Russia and Canada have been locked in a series of public spats lately, largely sparked by Russia’s seizure of Crimea and parts of Eastern Ukraine.
Ontario's legislature unanimously banned “any practice that seeks to change or direct the sexual orientation or gender identity of a patient under 18 years of age, including efforts to change or direct the patient’s behavior or gender expression."
A final report on the residential school system was released Tuesday, detailing the horror faced by scores of First Nations children in Canada.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police released on Friday the remaining 18 seconds of a video Michael Zehaf-Bibeau recorded of himself before he shot and killed a soldier guarding a war memorial in Ottawa in October.
Peter MacKay is pretty close to traditional conservative royalty in Canada. He is set to announce he will not be running in the fall federal election.
CSIS and CSE have been signing cooperation agreements since before the Canadian government acknowledged that CSE existed. The coziness had even a senior minister worried.
New Mass Surveillance Laws Come to Canada, France, and the United Kingdom, as the NSA May Have Its Wings Clipped
Canada’s Anti-Terrorism Act and France’s Projet de loi relatif au renseignement were approved by their respective parliaments last week.
During a state visit from King Abdullah, Ottawa announced that it’s pouring cash into Jordan as the Arab state feels pressure from all sides.