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Iranian dissidents in Canada say they're being watched and under threat from the regime in Iran
Iranian dissidents in Canada believe they are being watched while the regime's presence continues to grow. They say the Canadian government and police seem unequipped for helping or even understanding the severity of the issue.
Family's 2-year wait for grandmother's visitor visa finally ends
Charlotte Clarke waited more than two years for a visa for her mother, Victoria, that others get within weeks. Now she's here, but they want to warn others who are still in limbo.
Sask. farmers, researchers worry investor-bought land 'empties out the countryside'
Saskatchewan makes up about 40 per cent of Canada's farmland. Family farms own the vast majority of it, but researchers say large agriculture companies or investors who rent it out now control about two per cent.
Man wanted in connection with 'random' kidnapping of woman, toddler believed to be in Winnipeg: RCMP
Manitoba RCMP are searching for a man they say was involved in what they're calling the "random" kidnapping of a toddler and 25-year-old woman on Friday, after she stopped to help a man on the side of road who appeared to be in distress.
Virtual clinic providing critical care to trans patients at risk due to Ontario funding changes
Fox Lake Cree Nation's decades-long fight for reserve land
11 months after Emily Bailey disappeared in Hamilton, her friends and family remain desperate for answers
Immigration department finds no fault in Montreal AIDS summit visa debacle as another conference looms
Alberta premier defends new rules banning school mask mandates, online-only learning
Alcohol, speed led to crash that killed B.C. teen hockey players: coroner
Trudeau makes appearance on Canada's Drag Race spinoff
Flu increasing more sharply than past seasons, chief public health officer says
N.B. mom in 'disbelief' when son found alive after RCMP tell her he's dead
Winnipeg-based evangelical charity's public funding under scrutiny after allegedly discriminatory policies
New legislation gives B.C. Indigenous communities control of their own child welfare system
Federal government to extend EI sickness benefits from 15 to 26 weeks
Drag storytime at Hamilton library sees full house, as community comes out to support
Cost-of-living cheques being sent to dead people, says opposition member of N.L.'s legislature
Federal government opening Northern B.C.'s 1st passport office
Canada's sliders hopeful of progress after calls for leadership change answered
Police fatally shoot 1 man, wound another in Markham, Ont., home invasion investigation
Leader of controversial Diagolon movement Jeremy MacKenzie free on bail after review hearing