Quebec man who viciously insulted a Muslim woman has been identified
It has been two weeks since a video circulated throughout Quebec showing a man hurling insults at a Muslim woman.
EXCLUSIVE: Mining industry implicated in multiple rapes and murders faces no “real consequences” after lobbying Trudeau 33 times in just over a year
Asides from victims of murder and beatings, researchers were surprised to find more than a hundred women and children were raped by a Canadian mine’s security forces.
As Trudeau talks climate change in Iqaluit, locals fear parties “overshadow the larger picture”
Trudeau travelled to Iqaluit Thursday to announce his plans to expand the reach of marine protected areas. At least one local is critical of attempts to politicize environmental issues.
107-year-old claims longevity comes through staying single
Avoiding cake is another one of Signore’s personal pieces of advice
American mother gives birth to a baby less than one pound
A pre-mature birth can reportedly cost $49,000 a year in the US.
First Nations community asks for psychological aid after RCMP end lockdown in Manitoba manhunt
Small, closely bound groups can suffer trauma from a large police and military occupancy, added one advocacy group.
Ford cuts $130 million of funding to Ontario legal clinics sparking mass protest
The 30% cuts have meant lay-offs, lower case loads, and may cost the public much more in the end.
The term “Midget” to be removed from Manitoba junior hockey
Basketball Manitoba has previously stopped the word “midget,” from being used for category titles. Hockey is following suit.
Manitoban 84-year-old grandmother turns up alive after four-day search, asks for a beer and a hot tub
When Mary Byman, 84, went berry-picking in rural Manitoba, she didn’t come back home.
Ford government cancels changes to autism program after wide-spread protests and lay-offs
The flat rate of $5,000 a year would have been for everyone.