Pro-Palestinian demonstrators spilled onto streets in several Canadian cities on Thanksgiving Day while the prime minister and Opposition leader spoke at a vigil at a Jewish community centre, following a weekend of deadly fighting in the Middle East
As summer heat waves intensify and advocates sound the alarm on the lack of protections for the most vulnerable populations, one extreme weather expert is calling for access to cooling to be treated as a human right.
Canada's electronic waste more than tripled in the last two decades and is expected to keep increasing, a new study indicates, with researchers urging better e-waste management to reduce environmental harm and bring economic rewards.
While Justice Marie-Andrée Vermette called the youths remarkable and was sympathetic to concerns about their future in light of scientific evidence on the impacts of climate change, she did not find Ontario's targets breached their Charter rights.
Increasingly unpredictable winter temperatures have Ontario maple syrup producers concerned about how climate change will affect the industry's future, with some pushing for environmentally friendly practices to reduce the sector's carbon footprint.
Now that Toronto Mayor John Tory has announced plans to step down from the role after admitting to having an affair with a former member of his staff, all eyes have turned to the now looming race to replace him.
Canada deployed a disaster assessment team to Turkey on Wednesday, February 8, 2023, in the wake of a devastating earthquake that's killed thousands, as the federal government faced criticism that the window to help with rescue efforts was closing.
Utility crews in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick were still working on Tuesday, December 27, 2022, to restore electricity to thousands of people in the dark days after last week's fierce winter storms knocked out their power.