UN Human Rights Committee criticizes Canada's record on asylum-seekers, missing and murdered Aboriginal women, mining companies and anti-terrorism legislation.
Canada under fire for violence against Aboriginal women, treatment of asylum-seekers, conduct of mining companies abroad, Bill C-51 and more.
Canadian government unhappy with lopsided participation in work-abroad programs.
For more than 20 years our Saskatchewan family farm has employed young farmers from around the world through the program. It helps our farm economy, boosts our tourism industry and strengthens our image abroad.
There was rejoicing in Washington, but there may be less to this change than meets the eye.
The violence that is now hidden by our simplistic use of the word "terrorism" will continue.
It recognized vineyards in Champagne and Burgundy this month.
Quote of the Week
"We’re very comfortable that we will have a surplus this year."
—Finance Minister Joe Oliver reacts to the economic slowdown, which some have declared a recession, on July 21.