A city councillor is calling on the Toronto Public Library to cancel a speaking invitation extended to an author who he says “spreads disinformation and conspiracy theories about Jews and the Holocaust.”
Stephanie Urlando knows cookies. From a very young age, she’s been baking them, testing recipes and perfecting the craft. As a kid, she would watch bakers compete on the Food Network – and now, she’s one of them. And, she won.
Canadians whose relatives are struggling to survive in the Gaza Strip are losing faith the federal government will step in to save the lives of their loved ones, and are joining an NDP call for Canada to help get their extended family members out of the embattled territory.
The family of the only Canadian believed to be held by Hamas joined a Monday rally on Parliament Hill, where a large crowd gathered to call for an end to antisemitic violence in Canada and for solidarity with Israel.
House of Commons Speaker Greg Fergus apologized Monday, and is now facing calls to step down, after a video message he recorded to thank the departing interim leader of the Ontario Liberals was played at the provincial party's leadership convention on the weekend.
Politicians Han Dong and Michael Chan, the federal government and the commissioner of Canada elections are among those granted standing in the factual phase of a public inquiry into foreign interference.
The controlled release or burning of methane from oil and gas production sites will be almost entirely barred in Canada by 2030 under proposed regulations outlined Monday by Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault.