Month: May 2019

Over 100 University Of New Brunswick Faculty 'Condemn' Ricardo Duchesne’s Extremist Views

A rapidly growing group of Ricardo Duchesne’s colleagues have come forward to collectively “condemn” the University of New Brunswick (UNB)

Tory MPs Sue Barrie Councillor For Alleging They Play ‘Footsies’ With Racists

An Ontario city councillor facing lawsuits and reprimands remains steadfast in his demand that two Conservative MPs denounce white supremacy

Liberal MP Terry Beech Brings Daughter Into House Of Commons For Climate Debate

A Liberal MP brought his infant daughter into the House of Commons to help make the case that more must

SNC-Lavalin Criminal Trial Will Go Ahead, Court Rules

MONTREAL — A court of Quebec judge has ruled that SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. is headed to trial on charges of fraud

Federal Court Releases First Ruling In Indigenous Languages

EDMONTON — The Federal Court of Canada says it has issued a ruling in Cree and Dene — the first

Biocell Textured Breast Implants Banned By Health Canada Due To Cancer Risk

Health Canada has banned the sale or importation of macro-textured breast implants after a health review determined that they increase

B.C. Women Who Donated Breast Milk To A Mom In Need Say She Sold It For Profit

It’s called “liquid gold” for a reason. Breast milk contains antibodies and other immune-boosting ingredients, is easy on a baby’s

Pushback To UN Indigenous Rights Bill Is 'Troubling': Cree MP

OTTAWA — An NDP MP’s private member’s bill proposing the government review federal laws to align with the United Nations

Harjit Sajjan Ducks Questions About Mark Norman’s Return To Military Service

OTTAWA — Vice-Admiral Mark Norman and defence chief Gen. Jonathan Vance are being given “their privacy and their space,” Defence

Cineplex Will Screen Toronto Raptors Games For Free In 33 Theatres

One of Canada’s largest theatre chains says it will be airing Toronto Raptors playoff games for free at 33 cinemas