by Katie Valentine Jan 28, 2016
Oil and gas pipelines now have a new hurdle to clear before they're approved in Canada.
by Beenish Ahmed Dec 19, 2015
The newly-elected prime minister vowed to develop a framework to respond to what the Commission called “cultural genocide” against the country’s indigenous population.
by Justin Salhani Nov 12, 2015
The sheer number of people set for Canada has some worried about the potential conditions refugees will be settled in.
by Justin Salhani Oct 20, 2015
What the niqab debate grew to symbolize was tolerance and empathy in the face of a growing international movement of Islamophobia.
by Katie Valentine Oct 20, 2015
Change was a central part of Justin Trudeau’s campaign, and change is what environmentalists hope will come with his tenure.
by Ian Millhiser Oct 20, 2015
First-past-the-post voting is dumb.
by Katie Valentine Oct 19, 2015
Canadians are heading to the polls Monday in a federal election that could spell the end of Stephen Harper's nine-year reign as prime minister.
by Jessica Goldstein Sep 17, 2015
A conversation with the writer-director of Ninth Floor, a new documentary premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival.
by Alice Ollstein Aug 31, 2015
He said the U.S. should explore building a wall on its more than 4,000-mile long northern border with Canada, calling it a "legitimate issue."
by Katie Valentine Aug 30, 2015
Walker said that law enforcement in New Hampshire have raised "legitimate concerns" about that issue to him.