A young plaintiff in a lawsuit against the federal government says she has suffered the debilitating consequences of Lyme disease because climate change has expanded the habitat of disease-carrying ticks.
The leader of the Assembly of First Nations says the minority government elected on Monday, October 21, 2019, presents an opportunity to keep moving the needle on issues affecting Indigenous Peoples in Canada.
The defence team for a Huawei executive whose arrest at Vancouver's airport sparked a diplomatic crisis between Canada and China says there was no good reason for border officials to detain her for almost three hours before her arrest.
Canadian officials followed the law when they detained Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou at Vancouver's airport and the defence has no proof to substantiate its "conspiracy theory" that she was illegally arrested, the Crown says.
Environment Minister George Heyman says British Columbia can't stop the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project but will use a court-ordered review of its environmental assessment certificates to protect the environment and coastal economies.
As Jessica Sherman flips through a photo album documenting the short life of her cousin, Harwin Baringh, she stops at an image of him as a young boy reaching out to the camera. She begins to sob at the sight of him looking so vulnerable, like a baby who wants to be held.
A defence team for a Chinese telecom executive is alleging Canadian officials acted as "agents" of American law enforcement while she was detained at Vancouver's airport for three hours ahead of her arrest.