The Supreme Court decreed that assisted suicide can be allowed under the Charter and gave the government a year to pass law conforming to this ruling. Here's some serious business that's in a muddle.
Enbridge and Kinder Morgan were hit with another existential earthquake yesterday when the B.C. Supreme Court ruled the province failed to adequately consult and accommodate affected First Nations.
Annabel Soutar is a playwright who brings a journalistic awareness to her theatre production, with the dialogue taken verbatim from interviews and news stories. Her latest play is Seeds.
Enbridge applied to the National Energy Board to reverse the flow of Line 9, a 40-year-old pipeline not designed to carry diluted bitumen. Jane Williams speaks with Myeengun Henry about the challenge.
Medicare as we know it is being challenged in the British Columbia Supreme Court. Colleen Fuller outlines this most recent and serious attack on public health in Canada.
In April, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that mandatory minimums for gun crimes were unconstitutional because they could result in cruel and unusual punishment.
You don't ignore a mandate from the Supreme Court. But that seems to be the initial response from the Conservative government on assisted suicide.
In 1993 Sue Rodriguez took her fight for the right to end her own life to Canada's highest court and lost. Twenty-two years later, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in favour of assisted dying.
The Internet faced a cavalcade of threats in 2014 -- here’s how we fought back and won together.
For 20 years, Lynn Gehl, who shares five generations of Algonquin heritage, has been denied Indian status in Canada because of unstated paternity. Yesterday, she got her day in court.