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.
by Ryan Koronowski Aug 10, 2015
On Thursday night there were actually three debates held for candidates seeking to lead large North American nations, not two.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 7, 2015
Smoke from Canada's wildfires has caused air quality problems across the United States, from the Midwest into the Southeast.
by Katie Valentine Jun 11, 2015
“If Canada wants to participate constructively in the global effort to stop climate change, we should first stop expanding the oil sands."
by Samantha Page Jun 8, 2015
The group of industrialized nations intends to put $100 billion a year towards climate change mitigation by 2020.
by Beenish Ahmed Jun 5, 2015
The Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission called the government-funded residential school system for Aboriginal children a form of "cultural genocide."
by Tara Culp-Ressler May 29, 2015
The policy change may lend some momentum to similar campaigns in other countries.
by Katie Valentine May 15, 2015
Some environmental groups have criticized the commitment as "weak."