The response of law enforcement in the nation’s capital has been painfully sluggish for many residents. But police signaled they may finally be ready to move in.
The authorities believe a family of 4, including an infant, froze to death in Manitoba, Canada. A Florida man, arrested while driving a van nearby, was charged with human smuggling.
The Six Nations in Ontario have set up a special group to oversee the investigation of student deaths, in a rare collaboration between an Indigenous group and the police.
Blamed for flooded fields, damaged roads and the occasional death, the beaver, which has played a seminal role in Canadian history, is now viewed by many as a problem, not a point of national pride.
In exchange for the admission of the man, Shehroze Chaudhry, Canada dropped criminal charges against him.
The fires come at a raw moment, just weeks after the discovery in British Columbia of the unmarked graves of 215 Indigenous children.
Outrage over the video comes as Canada undergoes a national awakening about institutional racism, including among police forces.
A scathing report found that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police mistreated and discriminated against the family of Colten Boushie in 2016 and mishandled parts of the investigation into his death.
A Canadian’s gruesome account as an Islamic State executioner in Syria, which was the subject of the “Caliphate” podcast by The New York Times, was fabricated, officials say. A Times review found no corroboration of his claim to have committed atrocities.
A battle over the lucrative lobster industry in Nova Scotia has become the latest flash point in a series of abuses of Indigenous people in Canada.
In skeleton, the headfirst Olympic sledding sport, the opportunity for unlimited training on the track can be a huge advantage. But Canadian Olympians who had such access believe it was bad for their brains.
The vehicle, with 27 people on board, was specially designed to carry visitors onto one of North America’s largest glaciers, in Jasper National Park in Alberta.
Nova Scotians are grieving amid a coronavirus lockdown the deaths of at least 22 people killed by a gunman. Among the dead: an elementary schoolteacher, a cancer survivor and a family of three.
The authorities identified the gunman as Gabriel Wortman, 51, who may be driving a vehicle that resembles a Royal Canadian Mounted Police patrol.