- Activists Demand Reform After Another Immigrant Dies in a Canadian Jail
- According to the Toronto Star, Canada detained 8,519 people who violated immigration law in 2013. On average, detainees remained in custody for 23 days, but 58 people were detained for more than a year. Four of those individuals had been in jail for at ...
- Torstar Announces John Cruickshank Stepping Down as Publisher of the Toronto
- Its businesses include the Star Media Group led by the Toronto Star, Canada's largest daily newspaper and Free Daily News Group Inc., which publishes the English-language Metro newspapers in several Canadian cities; Metroland Media Group, publisher ...
- Otter dies after being tangled in pants given by Canadian zoo staff
- “Enrichment items” are meant to elicit behaviours the animals will display in the wild. Items allowed in the otter's pool would include items like clams and mussels, Calgary zoo's curator Colleen Baird told The Star Canada.
- Canada to face its racism demons
- Families of more than 1,000 missing or murdered First Nations women have finally won a promise from Canada's new Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, to hold an official inquiry. JOHN RICHMOND reports ...
- Canada Reads was a stressful experience, author says
- One of the things Kim Fu really enjoyed about doing her public readings in the Yukon, and especially in Dawson, was that this provided her with her first real opportunity to read from something other than her successful debut novel, For Today I am a Boy.
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