Politicians, Indigenous leaders say burning churches not the way to get justice

The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations says he understands the rage, frustration and pain brought on by the discovery of unmarked graves at former residential schools, but funnelling that anguish into burning down churches will not bring justice.

‘Dynamic, relentless, together’: Canadian women take aim at Olympic basketball podium

The time is now for the Canadian women’s basketball team to reach the podium. A third straight quarter-final loss at Tokyo 2020 could only be viewed as a disappointment for a team ranked fourth by FIBA, boasting three WNBA players and regarded as one of the top basketball nations in the world.

Xi warns China won’t be bullied as Communist Party marks 100 years

Chinese President Xi Jinping warned Thursday that anyone who tries to bully China “will face broken heads and bloodshed,” in a defiant speech hailing the country’s rise that elicited loud cheers from a carefully chosen crowd at a celebration of the centenary of the founding of the ruling Communist Party.

Canada, United States and Mexico trilateral meeting announcement

To commemorate the first anniversary of the entry into force of the Canada-United-States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA), the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade; Katherine Tai, United States Trade Representative; and Tatiana Clouthier Carrillo, Mexico’s Secretary of Economy, will meet in Mexico City on July 7, 2021.