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In February of this year, Charlotte Karetak had to travel more than 1,200 kilometres away from her home in Arviat, Nunavut, to give birth to her first child in an unfamiliar setting.
A judge has ruled the 13-year-old child of divorced Saskatoon parents should be vaccinated against COVID-19, despite legal opposition from the girl’s mother.
An Indigenous inmate in a federal women’s prison who uses a wheelchair is suing the attorney general of Canada for $10 million because she says she was forced to sleep on the bare floor of her cell when she couldn’t be moved from her wheelchair to her bed.
Meghan Stewart has dealt with mental health challenges since childhood. There have even been moments where she considered suicide.
Montreal’s Haitian community is holding its breath as Haiti grapples with a major earthquake that authorities in the country said killed hundreds of people and left hundreds more injured and missing.
Here’s where federal parties stand on firearms control as cities like Montreal suffer a summer of gun violence
A recent spike in gun violence in Quebec — which saw a triple homicide in Montreal on Aug. 2 and two more fatal shootings in the same week — has reinvigorated criticism of the federal government’s proposed legislation on gun control and prompted calls for new measures ahead of the federal election.
Canadian two-time Olympic medallist Jennifer Heil, with support from 12 Canadian Olympians and Paralympians, penned an open letter calling on Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault to improve protections for abuse victims in Canadian sport.
Since his release from immigration detention almost two years ago, Othman (Adam) Hamdan has been living in limbo.
Who hasn’t heard of Warren Buffett—one of the world’s richest people, consistently ranking high on Forbes’ list of billionaires? His net worth was listed at $80 billion as of Oct. 2020. Buffett is probably best known for being one of the world’s most successful investors. This is why it’s not surprising that Warren Buffett’s investment strategy has reached mythical proportions.