Many Canadian universities received few or no official complaints of racial discrimination or harassment on campus over the past five years. But experts and students — and even a couple of the universities — tell CBC News those low numbers aren’t necessarily a sign of racial harmony.
Members of the Senate's ethics committee met to review the case of embattled Senator Don Meredith on Wednesday, beginning the process of formally sanctioning the Toronto-area senator for his relationship with a teenage girl.
Members of the Senate's ethics committee will review the case of embattled Senator Don Meredith today and begin the process of formally sanctioning the Toronto-area senator for his relationship with a teenage girl.
It's safe to say that the budget Finance Minister Bill Morneau unveils today won't be the one he originally intended as a second instalment of the Liberals' plan to help the middle class — and all those seeking to join it.
Military planners in both Ottawa and Brussels are wrestling with the notion that keystrokes are as much of a threat as Kalashnikovs in this summer's deployment of the Canadian-led NATO battle group to Latvia.
Families of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls are concerned about how the commission overseeing a long-awaited national inquiry is collecting names for its database.
The government of Saskatchewan is expanding and raising the provincial sales tax, scrapping its bus company and cutting its spending on public sector wages as it tables another deficit budget.
A funeral will be held Friday for seven-year-old Nathan Dumas, a St. Catharines, Ont., boy who police say was killed by his own stepfather.
As police scour the country for an Ontario man accused of killing his seven-year-old stepson, the child's family is preparing to lay him to rest.
The northbound lanes of Highway 13 in Laval are now open after a section was closed for several hours Tuesday, as provincial police investigated the discovery of a body on the side of the highway.