The architect responsible for the iconic Canadian Museum of History told a crowd in Toronto that urban planners need to reinvent their profession according to the concept of "love and care for all life."
While Canadians may be more familiar with the role of a park ranger or conservation officer, guardians are first and foremost accountable to their governing structures, ones that have mostly effectively managed and preserved lands and waters for thousands of years.
Musqueam artist William Dan says a welcome figure he carved from centuries-old cedar represents a homecoming for him, after a childhood lost to residential school and decades spent away from his traditional territories.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe participated in his first Pride parade on Saturday, June 22, 2019, marking the first time a leader from his long-governing party has attended the annual celebration of the LGBTQ community.
Jubilant Raptors fans decked out in the team's gear cheered and chanted as a parade starring the newly crowned NBA champions began in Toronto on Monday, June 17, 2019, the first such celebration in more than two decades.
When the video was first circulated by the blog Barstool Sports, the site's editor seemed to coyly acknowledge that it was a fake. But, joke or not, it led plenty of people to express outrage on social media.