Library and Archives Canada is expanding a project that's helped to identify thousands of photos of unknown Inuit people, places and activities. The third phase of Project Naming has been launched with the goal of identifying the subjects in at least 12,000 more images.
The discovery that several streets and parks in Quebec were named after historical figures who had links to the Nazis has sparked a campaign to get the streets renamed. But some residents say it just isn’t worth the hassle.
A police dog has helped a 10-year-old girl endure the pain of testifying about an alleged sexual assault, and in doing so has become the first canine to assist a child during a trial in British Columbia.
The Russian Embassy in Ottawa ripped into the federal government Thursday after news emerged that a longtime Canadian resident who was No. 2 on the Simon Wiesenthal Center's list of most wanted Nazi war criminals had died.
Students may have been rebelling against school-imposed dress codes for decades, but observers say the fact that those protests are now making national headlines suggests a fundamental shift in social attitudes.