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Canada needs better protections for migrant workers, federal parties say

Federal political parties say they back stronger protections for migrant farm workers, following a Star investigation that exposed thousands of complaints made by...

An Alberta man made history by voting twice. Here’s how it...

BROOKS, ALTA — Alberta’s election watchdog has admonished a voter for casting multiple ballots in a provincial election — the first such offence...

In surprise move, authors Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo win 2019...

In a surprise move, the 2019 Booker Prize jury announced two winners of the coveted fiction award: Canadian writer Margaret Atwood for “The...

Snakes, rats, bedbugs, abuse. Complaints filed by Mexican migrant workers expose...

Bunkhouses ridden with bedbugs and rats.Bathrooms leaking fecal matter.Broken promises, bribes and sometimes beatings.These are among the thousands of concerns raised by Mexican...

From the dreamers to the jesters, fringe candidates line up to...

It takes a certain special something to criss-cross rural Saskatchewan in your electric car to talk to voters about climate change knowing full...

One person, one vote? In Canada, it’s not even close

The chances are excellent that when you go about marking your ballot in the upcoming federal election, something quirky and quintessentially Canadian will...

What happens when you and your parents disagree on politics?

Most of what Seth McDermott knew about politics came from his evangelical Christian home and his father’s extreme views. The ideology was so...

Havoc in Havana leads to wedding bell blues for Canadians married...

Canadians who’ve fallen for Cubans are grappling with the suddenly higher cost of saying “I do.”Dozens of newlyweds have recently been faced with...

Shallow graves, deep scars: Unmarked cemetery in Alberta reflects atrocities at...

RED DEER—The red and yellow autumn leaves crunch under Lyle Keewatin Richards’ feet as he walks, sinking into the still snow on a...

Andrew Scheer’s political ascent marked by victories against long odds

Immaculata High School’s 1998 yearbook contains the typical gallery of teenage archetypes: jocks, nerds, class clowns. But amid the photos of gleeful graduates...
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