The Republican presidential candidate released the “Seven Steps to a Safer America,” in which he calls on the president to send troops "to patrol the US southern border as well as designated spots along the northern border.”
"The way we capture the air now is a bit of a trade secret," says a co-found of Vitality Air, who goes down to Banff and Lake Louise in Alberta to fill giant cans with air through clean compression.
Canada confirmed it had received a letter from US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter which asked for more contributions in the fight against IS militants. Similar letters were reportedly received by Germany and Australia.
The protesters feel they’ve run out of options in their fight to get the ride-sharing company to operate within the law.
James Forcillo defended his decision to shoot 18-year-old Sammy Yatim, who died in a hail of bullets after refusing to drop a knife. If convicted, he would be the first Toronto police officer guilty of murder in at least 25 years.
A new report says Toronto police made 3,278 calls to the Canada Border Services Agency between November 2014 and June 2015. That's more than police in Quebec City, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver combined.
Jen Scharf has been teaching yoga for about 60 students at the University of Ottawa's Center for Students with Disabilities since 2008. In September, the student union informed her that she could no longer proceed because of “cultural issues."
Saskatoon Health Region has apologized after Brenda Pelletier and Tracy Bannab went public with stories of being pressured to consent to tubal ligation surgeries. One woman was sterilized.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has vowed to bring in 25,000 Syrian refugees by January 1. "Nothing in life is 100% but we’re going to make sure that all of our security protocols and rules are properly followed," a minister said.
Anastasia Lin, an activist and actress with credits in movies and TV shows about human rights abuses in China, has been speaking her mind on behalf of religious minorities in her native country.
The plan to shadow a La Presse reporter was part of a probe into who gave him a secret document on Adil Charkaoui, a Moroccan-Canadian citizen who was arrested in 2003 under a security certificate and accused of being an al Qaeda sleeper agent.
A Canadian man has launched a complaint with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission after police arrested four people at the unlicensed compassion club where he used to get his medical weed.
Harjit Sajjan is one of four ministers of Sikh origin in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet, making the total number of Sikhs in Canada’s federal cabinet the highest in the world. India only has two.
“I’m immensely proud to be an Aboriginal person in this country and I’m equally proud to be a Canadian,” said Jodi Wilson-Raybould, the first justice minister in Canadian history who is indigenous.
Students from the South American nation who are studying abroad have been feeling the brunt of a severe currency crisis back home, which has made exchanging the bolivar into foreign currency a complicated, seemingly impossible task.
By some estimates, college and university graduates in Canada are saddled with around $27,000 in debt once they walk away with degrees or diplomas in hand.
"Canada is not killing black people at the alarming rate the United States is,” says Kyle Lydell Canty, a black American citizen who is seeking refugee status in Canada.
“It is unprecedented what we’ve introduced today,” Ontario's community safety minister Yasir Naqvi told VICE News, calling the regulation the “first of its kind” in Canada.
The storm around allegations of sexual assault by Quebec police officers against Aboriginal women intensified on Tuesday, with the head of the provincial force declaring there was no “crisis.”
The violent death of the 18-year-old in July of 2013 served as a catalyst for efforts to change the Toronto police’s use-of-force practices.