Desmond Cole says the recent election of Ontario's right-wing premier is Canada's Trumpian moment.
Republican politicians are hailing the new agreement as a trade milestone. Some labor groups would disagree.
The Canadian Federal Court of Appeals ruled against the Trans Mountain pipeline in what some are calling a major setback for oil and a win for environmental and indigenous groups.
A collection of some of our most important and timely stories, from a conversation with John Holdren on President Donald Trump's approach to science to a feature on innovative tracking devices and technological solutions to prevent the trafficking of polar bear pelts in Canada.
An influx of refugees into Manitoba has raised concern among indigenous Canadians about how limited governmental resources will be distributed between the groups.
The Canadian government announced plans Tuesday to buy a controversial pipeline that would carry oil from Alberta's tar sands to a port in Vancouver, the New York Times reports.
Blame the high cost of tuition in the U.S. and the 2016 election results.
Lessons from the Haida, who fought the government of Canada for sovereignty—and actually won.
The ruling liberal government has recently introduced a piece of legislation that points to its desire to treat housing as a right for all citizens.
Canadian activists call on their government to consider First Nation and ecological interests over those of multinational corporations.
The United States has proposed several changes to the trade agreement, most of which appear to be aimed at reducing the U.S. trade deficit.
Canada's Haitian newcomers are victims of a game of North American cross-border political ping-pong.
Ice gathered on Hudson Bay's western edge is helping some bears hunt seals longer into the summer than they normally would.
Vancouver has begun offering users instant test strips to verify whether their illegal drugs contain fentanyl.