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Ottawa violating obligations toward Labrador’s Innu during treaty talks, says human rights commission report
world
G7 chides China over human-rights abuses in Xinjiang, demands fresh COVID-19 origins probe
olympics
Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics: What to know about the calls for a boycott
world
Ethiopia says Eritrean troops have started withdrawing from Tigray
canada
Ottawa settles human-rights complaint on research chairs
politics
Trudeau defends his effort to ban Chinese goods made with forced labour
opinion
China’s clumsy sanctions on Canada’s opposition backfires
Campbell Clark
Campbell Clark
world
China sanctions Canadian parliamentarian, human rights sub-committee over ‘genocide’ label
u.s. politics
Biden talks tough on human rights in China
canada
Visitor restrictions imposed by Ontario group home discriminated against 14-year-old boy with disabilities: tribunal
world
Ethiopia confirms massacre by Eritrean soldiers
world
Caster Semenya battling sports regulators in new bid for Olympic entry
world
China responds angrily to Canada’s sanctions over human-rights abuses in Xinjiang
opinion
Canada must sanction Chinese officials for their gross human-rights abuse of the Michaels
Colin Robertson
theatre & performance
Verbatim play Being Here looks at refugees in Canada and their sponsors
world
U.S. Secretary of State blasts Chinese ‘aggression,’ accuses North Korea of ‘systemic’ rights abuses
opinion
A vaccination-passport program would be an unfair waste of time
Gary Mason
Gary Mason
politics
Office probing human rights abuses by Canadian companies abroad to begin investigating complaints
opinion
Ten years after the start of Syria’s civil war, refugees deserve a place to call home
Kim Samuel
politics
Advocacy group for blind Canadians says Ottawa’s funding application was inaccessible
opinion
There’s only one group of Canadians the government can get away with torturing
Robyn Urback
Robyn Urback
canada
Federal prisons still use solitary confinement, report says
world
China’s new demands for ‘national unity’ take the state deeper into Xinjiang homes
opinion
The silence of Canadian authorities regarding the death of Karima Mehrab is deafening
Margaret Jenkins
politics
Human rights adviser presses Trudeau to call out China’s actions in Xinjiang as genocide
canada
UN, rights watchdogs say Canada isn’t living up to new global campaign against arbitrary detention
world
Half London councils found using Chinese surveillance tech linked to Uyghur abuses
opinion
The changing of the guard in Washington has prompted change in Saudi Arabia
Rashid Husain Syed
world
Biden says China will face repercussions for human rights violations
politics
Conservatives urge moving Beijing Olympics over Uyghur atrocities, but Trudeau disputes use of term ‘genocide’
world
Sisters of Saudi activist Loujain al-Hathloul vow fight for justice will continue