In the wake of several shocking terrorist attacks carried out by extremists, some Canadian Muslim families are inviting strangers into their homes and mosques with the hopes of educating them about Islam.
A demand that four Ontario families pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal costs to billion-dollar companies is a thinly disguised warning to anyone pondering a challenge to industrial wind farms in Ontario, the families say.
An organizer of a major cheerleading competition that's set to take place at the West Edmonton Mall says that many parents and squads are expressing their support for the event despite threats made last week by the extremist group al-Shabab.
Universities across Canada are offering outreach programs meant to encourage women to get into the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. York University, for example, runs all-girl courses that teach science through superheroes.