Yes, climate change is a crisis: surveys

Yes, there are some crises in Canada, but they are not related to pipelines, you told us in a series of surveys. After many people were buzzing about a new Angus Reid poll that concluded most Canadians believed the country faces a crisis due to a lack of pipelines, we did a few informal surveys of our own on some questions that the pollsters may have forgotten.
Rahaf Mohammed

'Minefield' of online threats

"It's a complex world so people do anything and everything to save themselves," Mario Calla, executive director of the immigrant services agency COSTI, told reporters after Rahaf Mohammed made her last public statement. "Social media may now be a tool for them," he said. "It depends on whether or not it grabs the attention of the right people."

Why Jason Kenney targets Quebec

Quebec bashing is low-hanging fruit for Jason Kenney, leader of the United Conservative Party in Alberta. The attacks will ramp up as the Alberta election draws closer, Nora Loreto predicts in an opinion column.

The Dzawada’enuxw First Nation files lawsuit against Canada on fish farms dispute

The Dzawada’enuxw First Nation filed an 'Aboriginal rights' lawsuit against the government of Canada, challenging the federal permits that allow Atlantic farmed salmon farms in their traditional territories. Chiefs, artists and community members traveled to Vancouver Thursday for a press conference and art exhibit at night to kick off the Nation's legal action.