Black Lives Matter Toronto has been drawing attention to racial profiling and pushing for transparency in police shooting investigations since 2014. This week it's been calling out anti-black racism inside the LGBT community.
Attacks motivated by religious extremism have not sprouted up overnight in Bangladesh, but the Dhaka massacre on July 1 raised the scale of the killing. IS has claimed responsibility.
Some of the men suspected of being behind Friday's deadly attack in the diplomatic zone of Bangladesh's capital, which left 20 hostages and two police officers dead, came from affluent families and attended prestigious schools.
Canada's Federal Court of Appeal has overturned the government's approval of the project on the grounds that it did not properly consult Indigenous communities that would be affected.
The proposal would allow anyone over 21 to possess up to an ounce of weed for private recreational use and grow up to six marijuana plants.
A new report from the DEA sheds some light on just how damaging the heroin 'epidemic' has been for the United States.
It's part of a plan to fight radicalization announced by the government following the arrest, last May, of ten youths who were trying to leave Montreal to join extremist groups in the Middle East. Eight teens before them did leave.
David and Collet Stephan were convicted for failing to provide the necessities of life for their son. In an Alberta courtroom on Friday, a judge had little sympathy for either parent.
Fentanyl has been responsible for hundreds of deaths in recent years, and it shows no sign of abating. Some doctors have been warning about this for years.
Kenneth Bae spent almost two years in a North Korean labor camp. Now, on a book tour, he's been talking about his ordeal. And North Korea is not impressed.
Shortfalls of the Canadian government's plan to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees in the span of a few months are become clear as many are still seriously struggling to make ends meet, eight months after the start of the program.
Women are crucial to extreme networks like ISIS because they're better connected than men, helping make the networks get stronger, says a new study.
In an interview with the official Islamic State magazine, the alleged commander of IS' Bangladeshi province vows to expand to India, Myanmar, and elsewhere.
"Your question is full of prejudice against China and arrogance," China's foreign minister Wang Yi told a reporter during a visit to Canada. "I don't know where that comes from. This is totally unacceptable."
In the United States, fentanyl is a lesser-known opioid that has been overshadowed by heroin and OxyContin, two drugs at the root of the country’s overdose epidemic.
On Sunday, the Times of India reported that Indian intelligence agencies had warned the Trudeau government that Hardeep Singh Nijjar was training youths near Mission, BC to use AK-47s and carry out attacks in India.
Exclusive: After Canada Threatened to Deport Him, the Grandson of Hamas Founder Wins Sanctuary in US
John Calvin believes he'd be killed if he were sent back to Palestine because he's come out as gay, converted to Christianity, and renounced the militant organization that his grandfather co-founded.
The Trump International Hotel & Tower — which is not owned by Donald Trump — has been on the market for about a year in Toronto, and a deal is currently in the works.
During a ceremony commemorating British soldiers who died during the Easter Rising in 1916, Ambassador Kevin Vickers "intercepted a protester who ran up to the podium," according to Austin Jean, spokesperson for Global Affairs Canada.
American Detained in North Korea Had 30 Guards to Himself — And They All Wanted to Know About the US
Kenneth Bae was imprisoned in a foreigners camp in Pyongyang for 735 days on charges of trying to overthrow the government. Now he's promoting a new book and campaigning for the release of a Canadian pastor who is going through the same thing.