It was a day of disparity in Canada's protracted battle against the novel coronavirus, with some provinces recording alarmingly high numbers of infections on on Sunday, January 10, 2021, while at least one province managed to whittle new cases to zero.
A draft agreement between Ottawa and a Nova Scotia First nation over a "moderate livelihood" fishery has the potential to be a historic recognition of Mi'kmaq treaty rights, the community's chief said on Sunday, November 29, 2020.
Calls for Ottawa to define a "moderate livelihood" fishery mounted on Sunday, October 18, 2020, as hundreds gathered in support of Indigenous lobster fishers after a heated dispute over treaty rights boiled over.
Street checks by Halifax-area police have had a "disproportionate and negative" impact on the African Nova Scotia community, according to a new report that found black males were nine times more likely to be stopped by police than the general population.
Embattled cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX has received another reprieve from its creditors, as the search for nearly $200 million in missing virtual currency continues following the sudden death of the company's co-founder.
The high-profile search for $190 million in missing cryptocurrency owed to users of the beleaguered QuadrigaCX trading platform has turned up a small amount of digital assets, but the intrigue surrounding the case deepened on Friday, March 1, 2019, as investigators pointed to a series of transactions they can't explain.
One by one, seven small white caskets were carried inside a cavernous waterfront hall on Saturday, February 23, 2019, where thousands of mourners gathered for an emotional embrace of grieving parents who lost their children in a devastating house fire.
Justin Trudeau told an audience of African Nova Scotians on Thursday, February 21, 2019, that an incident of apparent racial profiling on Parliament Hill shows that racism, unconscious bias and systemic discrimination still can emerge anywhere in Canada.