The group is in day five of a protest outside police headquarters over the decision not to charge a cop in a fatal shooting. On Thursday, they teamed up with the lawyer of a woman who says police illegally searched her home in 2013.
The 29-year-old man, whose name hasn't been published in order to protect the identity of the victim, admitted to posting three nude photos of her on Facebook after their year-long relationship came to a bitter end.
Andrew Loku's death at the hands of a police force that has recently been under intense scrutiny for its treatment of people of color sparked public fury in Toronto.
Saskatoon is considering a bylaw that would punish shunning, ostracizing, gossiping, taunting, tormenting, name calling, ridiculing, insulting, and mocking. Some are worried about that.
Toronto's police chief said Ayanle Hassan Ali was heard uttering "Allah told me to do this" and "Allah told me to come here and kill people" when he entered a military recruitment building and allegedly started slashing people.
There are over 90 supervised injection services around the world, mostly in Europe, and Australia. In North America, however, Vancouver is still the only city to officially provide spaces for users to consume their drugs.
Filipino Islamist captors took two Canadian men, a Norwegian and a Filipino woman at gunpoint from a beach resort on Samal Island in the Philippines in September of 2015.
Travis Vader, a crystal meth user charged with the murder of two Alberta seniors, is questioning whether or not the the couple he is accused of killing are even dead, a courtroom heard at the start of his trial this week.
The parents are facing charges after they tried to treat their son's meningitis with a homemade concoction that included whey protein and maple syrup.
Canada plans to accept 300,000 immigrants this year, including more refugees than usual. But it will be at the expense of people trying to enter on the merits of their professional qualifications.
Omar Egwilla, the son of a former Canadian imam who reportedly tried to recruit his peers to “take part in jihad,” died in Benghazi on Saturday, according to SITE Intelligence Group.
Mohammad Shafia, his wife Tooba Yahya and their son Hamed were convicted in 2012 of killing Zainab, 19, Sahar, 17, and Geeti, 13, and Mohammad’s first wife, Rona Amir Mohammad. Their bodies were found in a car at the bottom of a canal.
Canadian police claim the records contain crucial evidence in their case against a Calgary man claiming to be an Islamic State fighter, and who remains at large.
Pathologist Charles Smith was found to have made egregious errors in nearly half of his cases. Now, decades later, the justice system is finally remedying the problem.
Vince Li was found not criminally responsible for beheading a passenger on a Greyhound bus in Manitoba in 2008. He was admitted to a psychiatric hospital and has been living in a group home for about a year.
Mike Ward, a popular and provocative comic in Quebec, is before a human rights tribunal for a joke he made about a young man who suffers from a condition that causes facial disfigurement.
Another Canadian university has voted to join the effort to boycott Israel, just a day after the Canadian Parliament overwhelmingly condemned the movement.
“The investigation showed that deplorable detention conditions are tolerated in Nunavik, conditions that are below even the lowest acceptable standards and that are a serious violation of rights," a Quebec prison watchdog said.
It's unclear what the immediate impact of this policy reversal will be, but two Canadian men who might benefit from it are Ronald Smith and Robert Bolden. They face execution in the US.
Edgar Latulip disappeared 30 years ago from Kitchener, Ontario. His mother thought he was dead. But he had been living nearby all along, under a different name, until the memory flashbacks began.