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An investigation into an RCMP raid on Wet'suwet'en territory

An investigation into an RCMP raid on Wet'suwet'en territory

Should "self-induced extreme intoxication" be a valid defence for murder or sexual assault?

Should "self-induced extreme intoxication" be a valid defence for murder or sexual assault?

Canada's Supreme Court said "yes," back in a May ruling. Now the federal government is tabling a bill to say "no," in June.
Why is a Canadian flight crew being held in the Dominican Republic?

Why is a Canadian flight crew being held in the Dominican Republic?

And why isn't it a bigger story? Perhaps it's because the circumstances around their detention — the discovery of $25 million worth of cocaine in bags in a plane's maintenance bay — are so mysterious.
Was Wealthsimple wrong to bet on crypto?

Was Wealthsimple wrong to bet on crypto?

Wealthsimple started with the goal of making investing, and long-term wealth building accessible to millennials. Then they became one of the first in Canada to become a regulated cryptocurrency exchange. And it went well for a while.
How to build a safer internet

How to build a safer internet

Scrolling through your social media feeds, especially if you work in any sort of public-facing position, can be hazardous to your mental health.
Saudi Arabia, "sportswashing" and the future of golf

Saudi Arabia, "sportswashing" and the future of golf

Last week, LIV Golf held its first tournament, in London. Under normal circumstances, there would be no reason for anyone who isn't a diehard fan the sport to care. These, however, are anything but normal circumstances.
What is the January 6 Committee revealing? And will it matter?

What is the January 6 Committee revealing? And will it matter?

The more the public learns about the events in Washington, DC on January 6, 2021, the more disturbing it gets. And the public hearings currently running on (most) American networks are offering a deeper look than ever before.
A new, easier way for officers to search your devices at customs

A new, easier way for officers to search your devices at customs

The new threshold, included in an amendment to the Customs Act, is a "reasonable general concern". What's the legal definition of that? Here's the thing: There isn't one.
What we're learning about the RCMP's response to the Portapique massacre

What we're learning about the RCMP's response to the Portapique massacre

In short? That it was a huge mess. But that's not enough.
The CPC Leadership Race: Who is Jean Charest?

The CPC Leadership Race: Who is Jean Charest?

For those who have been paying attention to Canadian politics for the past 3-4 decades, Jean Charest will be a familiar figure.
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