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Reparations for Japanese Canadians imprisoned during World War II viewed by many as too little, too late


More than 20,000 Japanese Canadians were forced from their homes during World War II. They were incarcerated, while, back home, much of their property was forcibly sold by the government. Redress came 44 years later, but much of what was lost is gone forever.

Four men are shown wearing traditional Afghani robes with two men holding large weapons.

Taliban takes over three more Afghan provincial capitals

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Jim Nickel is shown wearing a suit and tie while speaking into a microphone with an image of Michael Spavor projected on a screen in the background.

China sentences Canadian to 11 years in case tied to Huawei executive

A man is shown riding a scooter in blurred focus while wearing a facemask with the brick facade of the Canadian embassy building in the distance.

Canadian faces spy ruling as Huawei decision looms

Flowers, children's shoes and other items rest at a memorial

Gruesome boarding school discovery forces Canada to reckon with its cultural genocide history

Human rights
A ferry moves through British Colombia waters.

COVID-19 racial stats: A ‘double-edged sword’ for some marginalized groups in Canada


Several marginalized communities throughout Canada say they have experienced similar discrimination after the public disclosure of their COVID-19 infections.

A flight attendant is serving meals in a flight-themed restaurant complete with airline seats and cabin crew to customers at Thai airways head office in Bangkok, Oct. 3, 2020. 

First-class swag, airplane meals, ‘flights to nowhere’: Airlines innovate amid pandemic

Airlines are doing everything from selling in-flight meals to “flights to nowhere” to keep customers amid the coronavirus.  

Cats rest outside a closed shop on cement steps with a red and green backdrop.

Pets stranded during the pandemic await reunions with their families


The situation for furry friends has improved as airlines slowly increase the number of flights and some nations reopen their borders. But transporting house pets during this time is still very challenging.

Chief Allan Adam of Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation exits the passenger seat of a truck before his violent arrest by Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officers, in a still from police dashcam video obtained during legal discovery, in Fort McMurray, Al

Video of police beating Indigenous chief fuels ongoing anti-racism protests in Canada

Human rights

It’s one of many recent incidents of police violence against Indigenous and black people causing an outcry. 

Britain's Prince William and Catherine, duchess of Cambridge, tour in a canoe during a visit to Haida Gwaii in Skidegate, British Columbia, Canada, Sept. 30, 2016.

Indigenous groups in Canada fight to stay closed as restrictions ease

Lifestyle & Belief

The Haida are one of many Indigenous groups across the world trying to stay closed as surrounding areas reopen following restrictions to contain the spread of the coronavirus.