People can do racist things but believe they’re not racist in part from conditioning that says burning crosses and lynchings are racist but little else is.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he was "wary of being definitive" about the number of times he wore "blackface" since he did not remember the "recent pictures that came out".
Hurricane Dorian makes landfall in Canada damaging parts of the east coast. The Bahamas have now started to evacuate as the real damage of Dorian starts to become apparent.
Micro-plastic pieces have been found in remote Arctic ice — the latest indication of how far pollution has spread across the planet.
An Air Canada flight bound for Sydney was diverted to Hawaii on Thursday after experiencing severe turbulence. 35 people suffered minor injuries.
Japan win 7 golds at 2019 Montreal Grand Prix as French judo legend Teddy Riner is crowned heavyweight king after returning to top flight competition
Explosive judo dominated a thrilling second day of the Montreal Grand Prix 2019, with Japan topping the medals table, ahead of hosts Canada in second
There was thrilling judo on display at the inaugural Montreal Grand Prix 2019 as Japan tops medals standings on Day 1, just ahead of hosts Canada
The Canadian province recently adopted a law barring teachers and other civil servants from wearing religious symbols.
Rubbish, labeled as plastic recyclables, was stranded in the Philippines for years. The 69 containers arrived in Vancouver to be incinerated this week. The move ends a dispute which started in 2013 that sparked a diplomatic row between Ottawa and Manila.
The company leading the way in nutrition by making sustainable food supplements and protein powders from household and grocery food waste.
Police have arrested three people and recovered two firearms.
A Canadian woman has been asked to pay 61,000 Canadian dollars ( €40,700) for calls she claims she didn't make.
A long-awaited report from Canada's national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls will call it a 'Canadian genocide.'
A city councillor in Quebec has picked up her knitting needles to highlight the stark difference in the time female and male councillors speak at city council meetings.
A Q&A with Instagram’s Wasteland Rebel
We tour Banff, the festival showcasing some of the best adventure films in the world.
The city of Montreal has been under a state of emergency since Thursday.
The Royal Canadian Mint presented a commemorative coin on Tuesday to honour "50 years of progress in recognizing the rights of LGBT Canadians," according to a statement released by the organization.
The coin marks 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality in the country, and features the words "Equality-Egalite".
World-renowned mountaineers Hansjorg Auer, 35, and David Lama, 28, both from Austria, and Jess Roskelley, 36 from the US, were attempting to climb a challenging route in the Canadian Rockies.
In 1896, thousands of Nova Scotia schoolchildren began reporting their findings in nature as they walked to and from school.
The incident has sparked a debate about children and consent.
Canada's Trudeau expels two ex-ministers from ruling party in bid to end scandal
Two chefs have created a 1.8 metre statue of King Kong scaling the Empire State Building made entirely of milk chocolate
Quebec's immigration minister has tabled a bill that seeks to cancel 18,000 pending applications to the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP) before August 2, 2018.