Month: June 2019

Trudeau Says He's Seeing An Attempted Rollback Of Women's Rights

VANCOUVER — Gender equality is under attack and, in the age of social media, it’s never been easier to taunt

Trudeau Says He Accepts MMIWG Inquiry’s Finding Of Genocide

VANCOUVER — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday he accepts the finding that Canada’s treatment of missing and murdered Indigenous

For Indigenous Artist Kiley May, Being 2-Spirit Means 'Walking Between Worlds'

Kiley May has many different identities. She’s Mohawk and Haudenosaunee. She’s an actor, artist, and storyteller. And she’s a transgender,

Trudeau Increases Canadian Funding For Women's Health Worldwide To $1.4 Billion

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made several not-too-subtle references to the American president Tuesday as he pledged to gradually

Canada Temporarily Suspends Embassy Operations In Venezuela

OTTAWA — Canada suspended operations at its embassy in Venezuela on Sunday, saying Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s regime is increasingly

Report On Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women: What You Need To Know

OTTAWA — The national inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls in Canada released its final report in

Jeremy Lin Proud To Be One Of The 1st Asian-Americans In NBA Finals

The Toronto Raptors are killing it, reppin’ its city well and proper as they advance to Game 2 in the

Montreal's New Development Model Aims To Keep Housing Affordable

MONTREAL — As Toronto and Vancouver struggle to keep housing affordable for anyone but the wealthy, Montreal says its new,

Donald Trump Gifts Mexico A Recession And 4 Other Things To Know In Business Today

Donald Trump’s Black Swan Markets are in full-blown panic mode this morning after U.S. President Donald Trump made a surprise

'Cruel' Legal Aid Cuts Will Further Erode Ontario's Criminal Justice System

This is the first story in UNAIDED, a HuffPost Canada series that examines the effects of recent funding cuts to