Culminating six weeks of public hearings inquiring into the Canadian government's use of the Emergencies Act during the Freedom Convoy protests against COVID measures earlier this year, PM Justin Trudeau will publicly testify in defense of his invocation of the law on Friday.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) announced on Thursday that Gérald Nicolas, a 51-year-old resident of Lévis, Quebec, will face terrorism charges for allegedly planning "a terrorist act to overthrow Haiti's then-president Jovenel Moïse."
On the sidelines of the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, Chinese Pres. Xi Jinping appeared to confront Canadian PM Justin Trudeau during a camera-recorded encounter released on Wednesday about alleged indiscretions following a meeting the day before.
In a decision made public on Tuesday, the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (CHRT) rejected a CAD$40B agreement to compensate Indigenous children who reportedly faced discrimination in the welfare system, citing concerns that the deal doesn't go far enough.
On Wednesday, lawmakers rejected a motion by the Bloc Québécois party to end Canada's relationship with the British monarchy following the death of Queen Elizabeth II and the accession of King Charles III, now the ceremonial "head of state" of the North American country.
Hockey Canada's board of directors and CEO Scott Smith resigned on Tuesday amid a series of scandals over allegations of sexual assault and successive settlements paid out by the organization, dating back to 1989.
On Thursday, Canada's top court heard arguments from advocates who say that the US-Canada Safe Third Country Agreement (STCA) — a nearly two decades old deal that sees Canada and the US share responsibility for migrants — should be abolished because it violates Canada's constitution.