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.
A state board in Virginia approved a contentious plan on Tuesday, January 8, 2019, to build a natural gas pipeline station in a historic African-American community, prompting angry shouts of "shame" from more than 200 opponents.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's efforts to run a feminist government should take an extra step to create a universal daycare system, and prevent the funding from being lost in electoral politics, says a leading expert.
Nearly halfway through Canada's 12-month mission in Mali, questions and disappointment are emerging over what some experts see as the Trudeau government's lack of interest in the country — and peacekeeping in general.
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.