What sank Sears Canada? The inside story of its downfall
It was once Canada’s largest and most successful department store chain. Now, it’s in liquidation. Customers are angry. Pensioners are worried. And 16,000 are out of work with no severance pay. Marina Strauss reports on the slow death of Sears Canada
Jagmeet Singh’s stand on Trans Mountain project alarms Alberta NDP
As head of one of two NDP provincial governments in Canada, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley would seem to be a natural ally and potential mentor for Mr. Singh. But there is one thing that stands in the way of a chummy relationship between Ms. Notley and Jagmeet Singh: the approval of a pipeline.
Quebec veil law Bill 62 sparks protests and confusion
The legislation requires people receiving public services in Quebec – on buses, in a hospital, in daycares or in libraries – to show their faces, a rule that effectively singles out Muslim women who wear the face-covering niqab and burka.