Interception of Canadians' private communications by the federal electronic spy agency increased 26-fold last year, for reasons authorities won't fully explain.
Quebec is asking the federal government to examine the possibility of criminalizing the use of cellphones while driving.
As Canada prepares to legalize marijuana, the country's doctors have a lot of concerns about the nitty-gritty of the law and how it will impact their practice, and patients.
Female members of the RCMP are now allowed to wear a hijab head scarf as part of their uniform, as the Mounties look to encourage more Muslim women to join their ranks.
The North Shore Legal Clinic has provided legal advice to citizens from Iron Bridge to Massey, including the two First Nations, for more than 20 years. This service is now in danger of disappearing.
How can justice procedures connected with housing, separation, employment, consumer protection, land use, violence against persons, be designed for people in scarcity situations?
Even if an injured party renting an unregulated bedroom in a family home isn't entitled to support from the Residential Tenancies Act, they are protected by the provincial Human Rights Code.
Province must fix 'deeply flawed' system to help people with developmental disabilities, ombudsman says
In his long-awaited report, Paul Dubé said he found "a fragmented, overly complicated system of service agencies and funding programs, and a baffling lack of flexibility from officials at the top."
Legal Aid Ontario aims to provide low-income citizens with access to legal representation. But it also seems determined to exploit the very lawyers it depends on: Lawyer and article author.
Ontario's Rental Housing Enforcement Unit (formerly called Investigation and Enforcement Unit) is a regulatory entity in the residential rental tenancies sector in Ontario.