An employee at the National Energy Board who alleges he was a victim of workplace violence has taken the federal government to court, accusing officials of tampering with an exam he wrote when he applied for another public service job.
Myths die hard. For example, a third of Canadian adults say they still believe in Santa Claus. It’s harder to justify the three Big Lies surrounding the alleged Canadian oil discount — they serve the interests of Big Oil, the most powerful industry on earth
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.
Premier John Horgan of British Columbia said on Wednesday that he sees “no quick fix” to the surging Canadian question about territorial rights as a First Nation group and law enforcement clashed in a remote northern part of the province this week.
Anger at Canada’s support for fossil fuel expansion boiled over Tuesday, forcing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to physically change venues before giving a speech to Indigenous leaders in Ottawa — where he failed to mention a blockade in British Columbia that had spurred a nationwide solidarity movement.