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UBC grad sentenced to 6 years in Saudi prison for defying...

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One of Saudi Arabia’s most prominent women’s rights activists, and a University of British Columbia (UBC) graduate, was sentenced on Monday to nearly six...

Toronto restaurant discriminated against woman who uses mobility aids, tribunal rules...

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TORONTO — A Toronto restaurant discriminated against a woman who uses mobility devices and “publicly humiliated” her by refusing to let her use its...

Race was a factor when police handcuffed 6-year-old Black girl at...

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Race was a factor in two Peel police officers’ decision to restrain a six-year-old Black girl by “handcuffing and shackling” her at her...

Police chiefs say facial recognition needs more review — but cops...

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The chiefs of two Greater Toronto Area police forces now slamming the brakes on the use of a contentious facial recognition tool admit...

Privacy commissioners launch investigation into facial recognition technology tested by Toronto...

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Federal and provincial regulators are launching an investigation into whether Clearview AI, the company that makes facial recognition technology used by at least...

Did police break the law by using controversial face recognition app?

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The facial recognition technology that at least three GTA police forces tested may be illegal, according to one of Canada’s most powerful privacy...

Beijing think tank cancels global conference amid Canadian boycott

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A global migration policy conference Canada played a key role in establishing has been cancelled after its Beijing host pulled out of the...

U-Haul is refusing to hire smokers. Can Canadian companies do the...

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Canadian smokers nervous about U-Haul’s announcement that it will no longer hire nicotine users can exhale, at least for now. The North American...

‘It’s got to stop’: Meet the Calgary LGBTQ advocate working to...

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CALGARY—Hilary Chapple came out in 1984. She became an activist in the early 1990s and has been advocating for LGBTQ rights in Alberta...

‘I took a business trip to China. Then I got shackled...

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ISTANBUL, TURKEY—They brought her to a small, windowless room. Jalilova Gulkbahar says there were dozens of other women hunched over, their wrists shackled...
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