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A coalition of aboriginal women's advocacy groups is expressing concerns about the national missing and murdered women's inquiry, saying the commission has failed to adequately... [Read More]
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Families and advocacy groups concerned, frustrated about lack of communication from inquiry. [Read More]
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Two retired judges found enough evidence for eight of 11 allegations against Frank Elsner to proceed to hearings... [Read More]
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Ontario and B.C. have taken steps to ban sexist dress codes, but workplace equality experts say women still face unwritten expectations of lipstick and heels... [Read More]
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Researchers and human rights lawyers say a broader discussion is needed of the pressures faced by women to spend more time and money on their... [Read More]
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Professor Paul Kingsbury, of Simon Fraser University, is studying the activities of several ghost hunting groups with his graduate students. [Read More]
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Len Van Heest was deported after a string of criminal convictions for uttering threats, mischief and assault that his lawyer says were linked to his... [Read More]
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"Would you put that sheen on your vegetable garden?'' asked Bob Chamberlin, the nation's elected chief councillor. [Read More]
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Protestors gathered outside a UBC fundraiser to draw attention to the "silencing" of First Nations people who have accused John Furlong of abuse. [Read More]
Former Vancouver Olympics CEO John Furlong received a standing ovation at a UBC fundraiser Tuesday while a handful of protesters gathered outside to draw attention... [Read More]
A handful of protesters gathered outside to draw attention to abuse allegations against him... [Read More]
Protests are being planned on social media to greet Trump's sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, at the grand opening Feb. 28... [Read More]
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Advocates say letting students hear these cases is inappropriate because they do not have any specific sex assault training. [Read More]
Rare gene abnormality found in boy seized twice by Children's Ministry after unexplained fractures... [Read More]
When Stephanie Hale read the University of British Columbia's new sexual misconduct policy, she had mixed emotions. The 22-year-old undergraduate had refused to participate... [Read More]
The boy was twice seized by the Children's Ministry in fear that his parents had been abusing him. Instead, he has a rare gene abnormality... [Read More]
A Vancouver boy who was seized twice by protective services due to his injuries has been diagnosed with a disorder that can cause repeated broken... [Read More]
A judge in the trial of three people accused of removing girls from Canada so they could be placed in plural marriages is expected to... [Read More]
U.S. conference participation, research partnerships and international students have all been negatively affected by the travel ban, Universities Canada says. [Read More]
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