OTTAWA — Thousands of Iraqi refugees found less work and earned less money in Canada than refugees from elsewhere who arrived during the same period, according to an internal government case study into the Iraqi resettlement program.
BRIDGEWATER, N.S. — When 14-year-old Jillian speaks of her generation's widespread practice of sending naked selfies to others, she describes both its inherent dangers — and what for some is an irresistible allure.
WASHINGTON — The Canadian government has begun a wide-ranging exercise to plan for the potential effects of the American election, including the possibility of a President Donald Trump threatening to scrap the North American Free Trade Agreement.
WINNIPEG — The wife of a man who died after suffering an epileptic seizure while in custody at the Winnipeg Remand Centre says facility staff denied her husband his epilepsy medication in the days leading up to his death.