Is Trudeau’s Cabnet Shuffle Really The Best Option For Canada’s Indigenous People?

Health Minister Jane Philpott will move to the Department of Aboriginal Affairs, which she will share with current incumbent Carolyn Bennett. The first will be the Minister of Aboriginal Services and the... Read more »

Ontario police seize over one metric tonne of pure cocaine

On Monday Ontario provincial police officers unveiled details of a massive seizure of more than one metric tonne of pure cocaine. Officials with the OPP said this is the largest seizure of... Read more »

Dangerous American Criminal Found On Bicycle Path in Montreal

A man who was on a list of Americas Most Wanted, was arrested last week by bicycle patrollers during a simple check on a Montreal bicycle path. Katay-Khaophone Sychanta, 35, was wanted... Read more »

British Columbia Parent Wants “Genderless” Baby To Pick Their Own Gender

Kori Doty does not like conventions. Considered neither man nor woman, this non-binary trans does not have the intention either that their child is subject to it. Thus, since the birth of Searyl Atli last... Read more »

736 kilometers Across The Arctic Desert from Dawson City to Inuvik

Dempster Road begins 40 km east of Dawson City, Yukon, and extends 736 km to Inuvik, Northwest Territories. It is part of the Trans Canada Trail. The wild landscapes are impressive in... Read more »

Anti-G20 demonstrations: police want reinforcements

On Friday, police in Hamburg Germany requested reinforcements to face the many anti-G20 demonstrations in the city, which prevented the wife of the US president from leaving her hotel. “The [reinforcement] request... Read more »

PETA tries to make Céline Dion aware of the plight of animals

While Céline Dion has done a lot of talking about a picture on which she appears scantaly clad on the cover of Vogue magazine, it is rather a picture on which she... Read more »

Aboriginal Woman Attacked With Trailer Hitch Dies

Barbara Kentner, a 34-year-old native of Thunder Bay, died Tuesday morning after suffering injuries for more than five months. In January, she was hit by a trailer hitch thrown from a moving... Read more »

Anti-Pit Bull Act: About 100 Dogs Transferred Outside Quebec

Since the introduction of the new anti-pitbull law, the SPCA Montreal has transferred 134 dogs from Quebec to other Canadian provinces. And even in the United States. While movement was once restricted... Read more »

Health: New Challenges for the LGBTQ Community In Canada

TORONTO – In 2017, it is difficult to find a doctor with a clear understanding of the health problems of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) community, according to several... Read more »