After federal officials made a surprise announcement that postponed construction of the Dakota Access pipeline, the Standing Rock Sioux tribe vowed to fight on.
The videos are being sold in Uttar Pradesh, ranked among the most dangerous states for women in India. A recent spate of rapes have prompted calls for the chief minister to resign.
The cards are in response to a damning report issued last year on sexual misconduct in the military. Exploitation of power imbalances, date rape, and violent sexual assault were all common stories told by current and former Canadian Forces members.
In April, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Shoal Lake 40, a community that has been on a boil water advisory for 20 years, for a VICELAND documentary airing this weekend in Canada. Here's a look at some of what he saw.
Wind is pushing the flames away from the town of Fox Creek, but the Trilogy energy plant may still be at risk, as wildfires tear through northern Alberta.
"The beast is still up. It's surrounding the city and we're here doing our very best for you," said Fort McMurray fire chief Darby Allen of the blaze that has burned through 85,000 hectares.
Nunavut MLA Pauloosie Keyootak carved his own igloo with a knife to survive the elements after getting lost in a blizzard during a snowmobile trip in Canada's most remote territory.
On Tuesday, Ford's family announced he had died, more than a year after he was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of cancer. He was 46.
In 2011, the only women from Canadian history to grace a bank note were replaced with an icebreaker. Now the Bank of Canada is turning to the public to help find a woman to feature on its money.
Access to alcohol has been a longstanding point of contention in Nunavut, a vast northern region that represents one-fifth of Canada's landmass with just 32,000 inhabitants, most of them Inuit.
Turns out the delay was just a glitch. But, Google searches of "Move to Canada" reached an all time high in the wake of Super Tuesday.
A half-joking, half-serious invitation to relocate to Canada’s Cape Breton if Donald Trump becomes president has struck a chord with Americans.
The controversial Strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act, imposed by the previous Conservative regime, allows the government to revoke the citizenship of dual nationals who have been convicted of offenses related to spying, treason or terrorism.
Three First Nations — Grassy Narrows, Shoal Lake 40 and Neskantaga — are in Geneva, Switzerland to address the UN’s Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, which is reviewing Canada’s human rights record.
Marc Wabafiyebazu, 15, waited in the car last March as his older brother Jean went inside a Miami house. Then gunshots erupted inside, leaving Jean and a 17-year-old drug dealer dead.
The trial of Salim Alaradi, Kamal Ahmed Al Darrat and his son Mohamed Kamal Al Darrat is slated to begin today in an Abu Dhabi court that is closed to the public.
Immigration Minister John McCallum said the government will miss its target of welcoming 10,000 Syrian refugees to Canada by two weeks. It had originally pledged to bring in 25,000 by the end of the year.
Jose Figueroa claimed refugee status in Canada in 1997, but the Canadian government deemed him inadmissible in 2010 and ordered his deportation.
"How you will receive these people tonight will be something they will remember for the rest of their lives but also, I know, something you will remember for the rest of your lives," said Trudeau before the refugees' arrival.
"The fears and politics of division that are being played, in I think a very cynical way, during a US election year is disappointing," said Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.