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Canadian court strikes down Trudeau’s appeal against compensation to Indigenous children

The Justin Trudeau government has been stalling efforts by Indigenous groups to secure compensation to survivors of Canada’s discriminatory child services that has pushed Indigenous children disproportionately into foster care

After 3 years of house arrest in Canada, Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou returns to China

Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei, was held under house arrest in Canada over allegations of the tech giant flouting US-imposed sanctions on Iran. China continues to insist that her arrest and prosecution was political

Canadian elections Trudeau set for a third term as Canadian prime minister, but fails to secure majority

The results of the snap elections announced by Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, two years ahead of the scheduled dissolution of the House of Commons, will maintain the status quo in parliamentary composition

John A. Macdonald: Canada’s first prime minister and the architect of “Indian residential schools”

On August 14, protestors in Canada toppled a statue of John A. Macdonald, the country’s first prime minister. Macdonald was responsible for some of the most atrocious crimes against Indigenous people.

Canada arms sale Rights groups ask Canada to stop its weapon sales to Saudi Arabia 

The Justin Trudeau-led government in Canada has repeatedly ignored similar calls in the past, claiming that “there is no serious risk” of its military equipment being used for human rights violations in Yemen 

Canada is waging an all-front legal war against Indigenous people

After mass graves full of Indigenous children have been found, how can Canada justify ongoing land theft?

26 arrested in police crackdown on homeless encampment in Toronto

Hundreds arrived at the Lamport Stadium park to oppose the forcible eviction of a homeless encampment, leading to 26 arrests and several injuries

Indigenous groups call for the cancellation of Canada Day

The 154th Canada Day comes a day after 182 unmarked graves were found near a former residential school in British Columbia.

Hundreds of more unmarked graves discovered in residential school in Canada

The Cowessess First Nation said that at least 600 unmarked graves have been discovered on the grounds of what used to be the Marieval Indian Residential School in Saskatchewan

Graves of 215 Indigenous children in Canada brings back memories of cultural genocide

Indigenous activists and progressive groups in Canada have called for the government to commit to the process of reconciliation and speed up the identification of children who lost their lives in the notorious “Indian residential schools”

Canada miners strike 2,600 Canadian workers on strike after rejecting Vale Canada’s contract deal

In a vote held among members of United Steelworkers which represents the workers at Vale Canada, over 70% voted to reject the deal the company had reached with negotiators

Port workers in Montreal strike over pressure tactics by employers

While workers have been on partial strike since April 13, pressure tactics by employers prompted an indefinite general strike, bringing Canada’s second largest port to a standstill

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