MONTREAL — A Quebec high school French exam question that asked students about adapting to climate change has drawn a torrent of online criticism, as teens used memes and videos to denounce what they see as government inaction on climate issues.
OTTAWA — Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen is defending new measures aimed at cracking down on unscrupulous immigration consultants, rejecting an all-party committee's call that they be brought under government regulation.
SMITHERS, B.C. — The youngest elected mayor in British Columbia's history pleaded guilty Monday to sexually assaulting boys in what his lawyer says is an act of remorse that will bring an end to the cycle of abuse.
OTTAWA — A planned increase in the value of the Canada Child Benefit will miss just over one-fifth of Indigenous families living on reserves, part of the five per cent of families nationwide who don't receive the monthly payments.
OTTAWA — Canada's claim over the Northwest Passage is "illegitimate," U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday in a major speech to the Arctic Council that Canadian experts called both provocative and frequently inaccurate.
A longtime foster mother, her biological daughter and three children she was raising as her own have been identified as the victims of a fire that levelled a home in a remote Indigenous community in northern Ontario last week.