It's tough to tackle systemic racism when the people you're talking to are outraged when you suggest it's an issue, says Renu Mandhane, Chief Commissioner at Ontario's Human Rights Commission.
Nursing professionals in Canada say nurses on this side of the border face the same dangers on the job as those described in a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
The premier says she is committed to releasing SIU report into the police shooting death of the 45-year-old South Sudanese immigrant.
An Ontario court has approved a $36-million compensation deal for people mistreated at 12 now-closed institutions for adults with developmental challenges.
Coun. Matthew Green said Wednesday morning being questioned by Hamilton Police while waiting for the bus on Tuesday left him feeling frustrated, embarrassed, and angry.
The $100-million-a-year initiative is expected to offer free dental checkups, cleanings, fillings, X-rays, and urgent oral health services for about 460,000 children.
In a look at what might happen to the estate of a person who dies without a will, this CTV News article references CLEO's publication, Separation and Divorce or Death of a Spouse.
The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal's decision "will immediately impact, for the better, the lives of literally hundreds and thousands of kids": Cindy Blackstock, First Nations Family and Caring Society.
New Brunswick and Ontario are reviewing regulations on payday lending. Parts of British Columbia have either banned new payday lenders or placed severe restrictions on store openings.
Labour lawyer Fay Faraday says employers have been lobbying governments for more flexibility in the work force for years, and as a result, more workers are now vulnerable to exploitation.