TORONTO — Canadians who want to offer the federal government their views on, or share their experiences about, sexual harassment or violence in the workplace have one more week to fill in an online survey on the topics.
OTTAWA — The Liberal government must end discriminatory practices and increase funding for First Nations child welfare services in the upcoming federal budget, prominent First Nations advocates said Thursday as they marked 10 years since filing a human rights complaint on the
OTTAWA — Canada's federal public sector watchdog says two senior executives at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency committed "gross mismanagement" in their handling of three serious harassment complaints in 2014-15.
OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada has granted Delta Air Lines leave to appeal a ruling that found a Halifax passenger rights advocate could stand up for obese people even though he isn't overweight himself.
OTTAWA — Expert testimony can be admitted in drugged-driving trials without a preliminary examination of the evidence, the Supreme Court said Thursday in a decision that could help expedite the judicial process in the legalized-marijuana era.