The most evocative image coming out of this week’s protests against the Coastal GasLink pipeline was that of a Canadian flag hanging upside-down outside the provincial legislature in Victoria, with the words “Reconciliation is dead” scrawled across it. Because it’s 2020, that phrase was a hashtag, too. Between the declaration ofRead More →

Royal Canadian Mounted Police say they are set to announce a “successful outcome” of the infamous CRA telephone scam that originates overseas and has taken aim at tens of thousands of Canadians. Friday’s announcement will be made at a press conference, which will be held in Milton, Ont., starting at 1:30 p.m. ET. TheRead More →

Canada’s Ted-Jan Bloemen is trending in the right direction. The 2018 Olympic silver medallist won gold in the men’s 5,000-metre race at the single distance speed skating world championships on Thursday in Salt Lake City, Utah. Bloemen, the 33-year-old Calgary resident, outdid 2018 champion Sven Kramer of the Netherlands byRead More →

The latest:  Death toll in mainland China rises to 908, confirmed cases number 40,171, the National Health Commission reports. 65 additional cases — including 1 Canadian — identified on cruise ship quarantined in Japan WHO expert team being deployed to China, will be led by Canadian with expertise in health emergencies and epidemiology. Risk in CanadaRead More →

Canada’s ambassador to China says there is a chill in relations between the two countries since the People’s Republic imprisoned two Canadians, but his top priority is winning their release and resetting the relationship. Dominic Barton is offering that assessment in testimony this evening before the special House of CommonsRead More →