We don’t hear much about Taiwan unless a foreign dignitary visits the island nation that…
Doctrine of Discovery is a ‘legal fiction,’ but revoking it won’t herald immediate changes, experts say
The principle is entrenched in Canadian and U.S. law and may be a challenge to dismantle.
Pope’s apology leaves ‘deep hole’ by blaming individual Catholics for residential school abuses, says former TRC chair
Murray Sinclair says ‘in many instances, it was not just a collaboration, but an instigation’ by the church
It’s the second labour lawsuit launched by a former employee against AFN in as many years
Groups say alleged aggression and overreach by specialized police enforcement squad in B.C. requires more oversight
St. Anne’s survivors ask Supreme Court to intervene in compensation case as country preps for Pope’s arrival
Less than a week before the Pope’s scheduled arrival on Canadian soil, survivors of a…
Current CEO’s lawyer says no conflict of interest in arrangement.
RoseAnne Archibald detailed specific concerns in confidential documents to chiefs.
Deal signed following six months of confidential negotiations but still must be approved by the court and human rights tribunal