A petition calling for pop star Justin Bieber to be deported back to Canada has collected more than 100,000 signatures – triggering a political hot
After experiencing the chillingly harsh realities of Arctic life with the Polar Vortex, Americans are in for a brush with a more benevolent freak of
Embattled Toronto mayor Rob Ford has increased his popularity since admitting he smoked crack cocaine, a survey has revealed.
A poll of 1,049
It’s a story that the US media love: about a politician having allegedly used drugs, been drunk in public on two occasions, bullied reporters, then
The WISE Awards 2013 go to six outstanding educational projects which solve concrete issues and have a big impact.
This year winners came from
This edition of Learning World looks at how the educational landscape in Saudi Arabia, Canada and New Zealand is changing. Three schemes in these
Columbian police have arrested a woman after uncovering two kilograms of cocaine hidden in a fake pregnancy pouch.
Tabitha Leah Ritchie, 28, was
Canadian actor Cory Monteith, heart throb of Fox’s musical-comedy television series ‘Glee’, was found dead on Saturday at the Fairmont Pacific Rim
Violence in schools is a fact of life for many people around the world.
Harassment, intimidation, cyber-bullying, threats, assaults – they all
Sent by Chantal Khalaf, 27 Dec 2012
The UK and Canada are two states that force offenders to help pay for victim support services, and the laws in both nations are set to get even
Researchers say that on average, students lose about a month of progress in maths skills each summer, so many projects are now promoting learning for
The UN estimates that almost 400 million children around the world go to bed hungry. Many also go to school without breakfast. In other countries
Living with autism can be difficult, and helping children live with it can be overwhelming for parents. Education can play a key role. In this
Education plays a key role in connecting cultures and fostering tolerance. Our first report takes us to Morocco where a non-profit organisation aims
Hurricane Irene is seen from the St-Joseph Basilica on top of Mont-Royal in Montréal. Winds of up to 120km/h were recorded along the St-Laurence
The most innovative minds have come together for one week only to brainstorm ways to make the world a better place.
Ashoka, the worlds leading
Coquitlam city of British Columbia celebrates Canada day with fireworks (Filmed by Hejar Berenji).
Social media can be a tool for political and social change, it can also be a powerful aid in the classroom. Connecting people from different corners
Three world stars on one stage: the French dancer Sylvie Guillem, the Canadian director Robert Lepage and the British choreographer Russell Maliphant
Here are a few extra excerpts from our interviews with French dancer Sylvie Guillem, British choreographer Russell Maliphant and Canadian director