A group of Canadian researchers monitored polar bears in the Beaufort Sea, north of Alaska and the Yukon, and Hudson Bay. They found that as sea ice melted, female adult bears and younger bears were paddling distances greater than 30 miles.
But others are criticizing the Liberal government for not legalizing marijuana as soon as they took office, and pushed them to decriminalize the drug as soon as possible and address regulations surrounding production afterwards.
Canada's minister of Indigenous affairs toured on Monday Attawapiskat, which shot to international attention last week with reports that 11 people — most of them youths — had tried to commit suicide in one day. Another five tried on Friday.
Three Ontario families are taking a US sperm bank and its Ontario distributor to court for allegedly giving them false information about their sperm donor.
Leaders in Attawapiskat, a tiny and remote Aboriginal reserve, declared a state of emergency on Saturday night after 11 people attempted suicide that night, including nine minors.
The debate was requested after the tiny, remote community of Attawapiskat declared a state of emergency over suicides. Leaders said 11 people had attempted to their own lives on Saturday night alone.
As legislators in the nation's capital prepared for an "emergency debate" on Attawapiskat, a small Indigenous reserve, residents are scrambling to cope with a crisis that, by many accounts, is far from over.
Attawapiskat, a James Bay community of about 2,000 people, has been plagued by suicide for decades, but the crisis reached new heights on Saturday.
Surrey, British Columbia, has seen 32 shootings, eight injuries, and one death since the start of the year. On Friday, a "concerned and offended" mayor announced she has enlisted more help from the police.
Cold-FX, as it turns out, won't actually make your cold shorter or less terrible. So these people want a refund.
The declaration, related to one woman's complaint about being fired from her job, opens the door for people to argue against discrimination based on miscarriage.
About 1,000 people were arrested or detained during protests against a gathering of international leaders in June of 2010, with police boxing in crowds of demonstrators at various locations across the city.
"Most black Americans think Canada is a haven," said Patrisse Cullors, the LA-based activist and co-founder of Black Lives Matter. But lately, longstanding anger over how Toronto police treat black residents has come to the fore.
"In my heart I believe that we all need to work together to make sure we get this right. The reason I'm out here is I want you to understand that," Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne told protesters on Monday.
Omar Elabi, whose brother says he fought with both Jabhat al-Nusra and the Islamic State, was arrested after a bomb scare last week, but not charged. Police applied their legal weapon: the peace bond.
Calgary police Chief Roger Chaffin's warning comes after someone leaked to the CBC that a cop who fatally shot a man last year in the Alberta metropolis was also one of three cops involved in the death of another man this January.
Pikangikum, a fly-in reserve in northern Ontario, is in a state of shock, said Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler, and "trying to come to grips with the magnitude of the tragedy."
The Ontario government has promised to end the "absolutely appalling" practice and to form a task force to address the issue of overcrowding in provincial jails.
Father Amer Saka was caught with his hand in the communion plate, church officials say, and now Canadian police are investigating.
Charlotte's Web is used to treat children with epilepsy because it helps with seizures without making them feel stoned. But Canada's border agency says it's illegal to import marijuana and its derivatives, whether medicinal or not.