Jurors in traumatic trials need counselling and support, not just 'a coffee and a handshake': advocate
Jurors are often expected to examine extremely violent and disturbing cases, but despite a report from the justice committee urging change, advocates argue there is still a lack of counselling and support.
Nadine Labaki's new film, Capernaum, highlights the heroism of children in Beirut
In Capernaum, Lebanese filmmaker Nadine Labaki's third feature, a 12-year-old boy sues his parents for giving him life.
How my middle-aged buddy went from broke to joining his hero's band
D.O.A. — Canada's original punk band — was hiring.
Probe into whether Trump worked for Russia an 'extraordinary development,' says ex-FBI official
8 years ago, a retired RCMP officer shot his spouse — and shattered multiple lives in the process
Michelle Obama's Becoming was the #1 bestselling print book in Canada in 2018
Podcast: Was a Canadian's death sentence in China an act of diplomatic retribution?
No beads, no feathers: Historical photos show strength, humour of Indigenous communities
Hopes are slim for Canadian sentenced to death in China, says advocate
'Moment of truth' nears for Brexit, but not everyone is worried, says academic
Cat Person writer Kristen Roupenian on her viral success & new short story collection
DR. BRIAN'S BLOG
A national electronic health record for all Canadians
Millennials could swing the 2019 election, but parties need to engage them, says pollster
Bob McDonald's blog
The future needs the energy of new ideas
Early risers are not necessarily healthier, wealthier or wiser
Canada's climate change ambassador says ambition will increase with time