A Canadian west-coast indigenous community said the remains of about 215 children were found through the use of ground-penetrating radar, which surveyed nearby territory where a government-funded boarding school for indigenous students once operated.
Canada wants to force YouTube, TikTok and other video- and audio-sharing sites to prominently feature the country’s artists, a move that digital-law experts and former government officials call one of the most aggressive internet regulations yet from a Western country.
A series of sexual-misconduct allegations against Canadian military leaders has sparked a public outcry, triggering a wide-ranging investigation into the culture of Canada’s armed forces.
An investigation has found that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau didn’t break conflict-of-interest laws when his Liberal government awarded a contract to a charity with financial ties with his family.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Daniel Eichinger, director of Michigan’s natural resources department, remind the company in a letter that the state revoked a permit that allowed the Line 5 pipeline to run along the bottom of the Straits of Mackinac.
British Columbia quickly imposed limits on movement and used genomic surveillance to help identify where vaccines were most needed to fight a breakout of the variant found in Brazil.
The decision marks the first time a Covid-19 vaccine will be available for children in North America, and comes as the U.S. and Europe are weighing similar requests.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s push to close the Enbridge Line 5 corridor could choke off central Canada from gasoline and home-heating oil, Canadian officials say.
The decision reverses a lower-court ruling that found the practice unconstitutional and sets up a possible challenge in the Supreme Court of Canada.
Hospitals in the province of Ontario are canceling surgeries and transferring patients to deal with biggest surge since the pandemic began.
Canada’s vaccine rollout has been among the slowest in major economies, and the country is imposing fresh lockdowns as coronavirus variants spread.
The West Coast province of British Columbia is struggling to contain the coronavirus variant, which is more contagious and is sending younger patients to hospitals.
The secretive Israeli investigative firm sought to embarrass a judge who made an unfavorable ruling against private-equity client Catalyst for a fee of as much as $11 million, an Ontario court ruling said.
The government recently announced plans to increase the number of newcomers it accepts to help make up for a pandemic-induced decline.
Some Canadian homes are selling for near double their asking price, causing the country’s pandemic price run-up to lead G-7 countries and spawning worries about real estate’s outsize role in economy.
Alek Minassian was found guilty on all counts for the attack, which killed 10 people and injured several more.
President Biden asked Canada to ramp up its spending on defense, including an upgrade of Norad, a network of defense satellites and radar in the Arctic, in a bid to counter a growing military presence in the north from Russia and China.
The Trudeau government proposed repealing some mandatory sentences following protests across Canada after George Floyd’s death.
Canada is introducing new gun-control legislation that would make it possible for individual cities to ban handguns at a local level and plans to create a buyback program for banned military-style semiautomatic weapons.
A Canadian court ruled that victims of a 2018 shooting in Toronto have a viable legal claim of negligence against Smith & Wesson for failing provide safeguards on the gun used by the shooter.