The new investment will include funding for two permanent mental health workers in Attawapiskat, the Prime Minister says.
Canada's privacy watchdog tells Justin Trudeau that federal privacy law is badly out of date, hasn't kept up with technology.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled in favour of three British Columbia medical workers who argued they developed breast cancer as a result of their jobs.
The province has appointed the Honourable Hugh Segal to provide advice on the design and implementation of a Basic Income Pilot in Ontario, as announced in the 2016 Budget.
The Supreme Court's majority stressed the importance of getting tough on sexual assault despite the intrusiveness of the swab.
Twenty years after federal government changed sentencing, aboriginals still disproportionately fill our prisons
"Changing sentencing provisions was one part of the solution, but providing alternatives to court is the other, and I think we haven't done as good a job on that as we might have:" Allen Rock.
Margaret Parsons, ED of the African Canadian Legal Clinic, says what CAS might not consider abuse or neglect in a white family they will consider abuse or neglect in a black family.
Should we give more weight to kids' perspectives in legal matters pertaining to them?
The changes mean that names and contact information of people who test positive for HIV at anonymous testing clinics may not necessarily be reported to Public Health authorities in Ontario.
A controversial SIU policy change in 2012 states the victims of police-involved fatalities are not identified unless next-of-kin gives permission.