An alleged anti-Muslim hate crime in Toronto that was condemned at the highest levels of the Canadian government never happened, city police said Monday.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in a recent interview that Islamic State fighters who return home to Canada can be rehabilitated and serve as “an extraordinarily powerful voice for preventing radicalization in future generations.”
Current and former students at Canada’s McMaster University have published hundreds of social media posts exalting Adolf Hitler, glorifying terrorism, and calling for “death to” America, white people, Jews, and Israel, according to a new report.
Waiting times for medically necessary health care services under Canada’s single-payer system have hit a record high, according to a report from the Fraser Institute.
Students at a Canadian university voted to kick out their only Jewish representative from the student government board of directors this week, after he was named unfit for the position due to his active role in the Jewish community.
Canada’s largest school board decided last week to remove the word “chief” from job titles to avoid offending indigenous peoples.
The Canadian government has responded to outcry and removed a plaque at the National Holocaust Memorial in Ottawa, Canada that made no mention of how Jews were victims of the Holocaust.
Former U.S. Army soldier Chelsea Manning complained on Twitter Monday that she had been banned from entering Canada as a result of her conviction of espionage.
A Canadian judge was reprimanded by a judiciary disciplinary body on Tuesday after he who wore a Donald Trump “Make America Great Again” (MAGA) hat in court the day following the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
The city of Toronto estimated that it would cost $65,000 to build stairs for a local park, but one resident took it upon himself to build the stairs—and only spent $550.