Dialogue should cover everything from unemployment levels, to rates of suicide, substance abuse and high school dropouts, retired judge says
Aug 29, 2014
Premiers at the annual Council of the Federation summit, held this year in Charlottetown, met Wednesday with First Nations leaders, and devoted much of the discussion to the issue of murdered and missing aboriginal women.
Aug 27, 2014
Slain teen’s mother says items gathered by police were her daughter’s
Aug 25, 2014
The death of Tina Fontaine raises questions about missing and murdered First Nations women and about the disproportionate number of aboriginal children in the care of government agencies.
Aug 22, 2014
Prime Minister says cases are a matter for law enforcement, spurs condemnation from First Nations leaders
Aug 21, 2014
Girl began running away, crying and expressing loneliness during court proceedings involving Eugene Fontaine’s 2011 beating death
Aug 20, 2014
On Tuesday evening, hundreds descended upon Alexander Docks, near where the 15-year-old was found on Sunday, to begin a vigil that would take them to a monument honouring Manitoba’s missing and murdered aboriginal women at the Forks
Aug 19, 2014
A high-profile weekend break-in at the Liberal Leader’s Ottawa home prompts security concerns
Aug 18, 2014
The Canadian doctor who spent 53 days in an Egyptian prison was recently detained again, this time at an immigration jail in Israel while he appealed the decision to deny his entry there
Aug 12, 2014
Should Health Canada be recommending a limit on our daily consumption of all sugars or singling out the ones processors add? explores the contentious issue
Aug 09, 2014
Kathryn Blaze Carlson is a parliamentary reporter in Ottawa. She previously worked in the Globe's Toronto bureau.