Valérie Courtois and Dahti Tsetso, director and co-director of the Indigenous Leadership Initiative, join Canada’s National Observer founder and editor-in-chief Linda Solomon Wood for a Conversations event on May 13 at 4 p.m. PT / 7 p.m. ET.
Ontario’s Education Ministry outlined its financial and operational plans for the 2021-22 school year on Tuesday, telling school boards that pandemic-related funding for the second half of the year is not yet confirmed while requiring them to offer virtual classes for the whole year.
The RCMP are investigating whether Vaughan Working Families violated election financing law. The corporation behind the group is led by Michael DeGasperis, a prominent developer whose ties to Premier Doug Ford were highlighted in a recent National Observer/Torstar investigation.
The expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline will stretch hundreds miles and is fiercely opposed by numerous groups — but despite repeated calls, the Canadian government has not forced the pipeline to reveal its insurers.
Children who know someone who has died by suicide need to know their feelings about it are valid and that they will get honest answers to their questions, the Mental Health Commission of Canada says in new guide on the sensitive subject.
Federal Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson decided to intervene on Ontario's Highway 413 Monday, a decision that throws the project's fate into question. But Wilkinson declined to step in on the Progressive Conservatives' other contentious highway proposal, the Bradford Bypass.