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Canada Made Sexual Predator 'Our Problem,' American Prosecutor Says

Canada Made Sexual Predator 'Our Problem,' American Prosecutor Says

A convicted killer and sexual predator who could have spent his life in Canadian prison was instead back in the United States Tuesday for a court hearing, as an American prosecutor questioned the Parole Board of Canada's logic in sending him her way.

Canada Made Sexual Predator 'Our Problem,' American Prosecutor Says

U.S. Confirms It Will Ask Canada To Extradite Huawei Executive; China Protests

U.S. Confirms It Will Ask Canada To Extradite Huawei Executive; China Protests

"We greatly appreciate Canada's continuing support in our mutual efforts to enforce the rule of law."

U.S. Confirms It Will Ask Canada To Extradite Huawei Executive; China Protests

Singer Jeremy Gabriel Who Won Rights Case Against Comedian Exits Social Media Following Threats

Singer Jeremy Gabriel Who Won Rights Case Against Comedian Exits Social Media Following Threats

Jeremy Gabriel won a human rights case against comedian Mike Ward in 2016, arguing that a joke mocking his disability had amounted to discrimination.

Singer Jeremy Gabriel Who Won Rights Case Against Comedian Exits Social Media Following Threats

Cannabis-Carrying Border-Crossers Could Be Hit With Fines Under Coming System

Cannabis-Carrying Border-Crossers Could Be Hit With Fines Under Coming System

The border agency received approximately $40 million over five years to help enforce the new cannabis law.

Cannabis-Carrying Border-Crossers Could Be Hit With Fines Under Coming System

Transgender Girl Says Sex-Ed Repeal Made Her Nervous About Returning To School

Transgender Girl Says Sex-Ed Repeal Made Her Nervous About Returning To School

The 11-year-old, identified only as AB, testified Tuesday before Ontario's human rights tribunal in a case focusing on how rolling back the curriculum impacts LGBTQ students.

Transgender Girl Says Sex-Ed Repeal Made Her Nervous About Returning To School

Netflix Apologizes To Lac-Megantic For Using Rail Disaster Footage In 'Bird Box'

Netflix Apologizes To Lac-Megantic For Using Rail Disaster Footage In 'Bird Box'

MONTREAL — Netflix is apologizing to the people of Lac-Megantic after actual footage of the 2013 rail disaster that devastated the town was used in dramas on the streaming service.

Netflix Apologizes To Lac-Megantic For Using Rail Disaster Footage In 'Bird Box'