Man says he learned a stranger was trying to recruit his son to join jihad. He says his son was taken into custody in front of TV cameras, but never charged
Feb 23, 2017
Changing the police’s relationship with the CBSA ‘poses real difficulties,’ as officers are required to report undocumented migrants
Feb 21, 2017
Marcia Brown Martel was taken away as a child by a policy that separated Indigenous children in Ontario from their families. Now a chief in her community, she's at the centre of a court ruling that calls on the government to right a wrong that's haunted her and others for decades
Feb 17, 2017
Judge rules that ‘great harm was done’ when indigenous children were adopted into non-indigenous families
Feb 14, 2017
Event organizers agree to ban police floats, stalls after demands presented by Black Lives Matter at annual general meeting
Feb 10, 2017
Ontario judge finds Jeff Melanson ‘cannot afford’ fees; orders that parties reach settlement by end of year
Feb 09, 2017
He recruited top names to the practice, including Pierre Trudeau, and led its expansion across Canada and overseas
Feb 07, 2017
Anastasios Leventis was gunned down on George Street near Adelaide Street East on Monday afternoon
Jan 31, 2017
Mourned by friends, family, most victims of mosque shooting had young children
Jan 30, 2017
Elizabeth Wettlaufer, 49, has been charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of eight seniors, seven of which allegedly occurred at Caressant Care between 2007 and 2014.
Jan 27, 2017
Tu Thanh Ha is based in Toronto and writes frequently about judicial, political and security issues. He spent 12 years as a correspondent for the Globe and Mail in Montreal, reporting on Quebec politics, organized crime, terror suspects, space flights and native issues. He has also worked as a reporter in the Globe's parliamentary bureau and as a legislature reporter in Quebec City for Montreal's The Gazette.
He studied computer science before realizing that journalism was a more suitable form of data processing. In addition to sharing a National Newspaper Award citation of merit in 2005, his journalistic achievements include lunching with Stephen Harper in the days when the prime minister still mingled with reporters, interviewing the inventors of poutine and knocking on the door of Hells Angels kingpin Maurice (Mom) Boucher.