OTTAWA — The world has a lesson to learn from Canada in the release of findings from a federally funded commission on missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau . . .
MONTREAL — The head of the First Nations Chiefs of Police Association is calling on Ottawa and Quebec to address the chronic underfunding of Indigenous police forces outlined in this week's report . . .
OTTAWA — Amnesty International Canada is supporting the call from the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women on the "urgent need" to consider the safety of Indigenous women in . . .
OTTAWA — The Canadian Human Rights Commission is backing changes to a bill on solitary confinement, agreeing with other advocates that the amendments to the government's proposed law would follow . . .
OTTAWA — Melanie Morrison says her sister went missing in June 2006 — a unusual disappearance because she was a young mother.She says when their mom went to police, her sister was presumed to be "out. . .
VANCOUVER — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday he accepts the finding that Canada's treatment of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls amounts to genocide.Debate has erupted over . . .
WINNIPEG — A First Nations politician in Manitoba says he does not want his children to see themselves as victims of genocide.Opposition NDP Leader Wab Kinew says the term genocide should not be the . . .
Anita Ross knew the release of a report into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls would roil up difficult feelings about the untimely death of her teenage daughter, but she hopes opening . . .
GATINEAU, Que. — Geraldine Gauthier clutched a picture of her sister, Lynn, as she heard from the federally funded commission tasked with documenting the causes of violence against Indigenous women . . .
Nashville country star Kip Moore is coming back to Vancouver Island for a trio of dates that will serve as a thank you for the raucous reception he received at Lake Cowichan’s Sunfest country music. . .
Even Langford Parks and Recreation manager Cory Manton, who is used to his town’s progressive and streamlined approach to development, seemed in awe as he toured the media around Westhills Stadium . . .
Is there a “shortage” of doctors or are other factors at work? Why are young doctors opting out of family practice, where are they going and what’s the impact on patients when they’re unable to find a physician?