Skate Canada event provides Canadian high performance director with ‘good takeaways’

It was just a snapshot in time but the results from this weekend’s Skate Canada International figure skating competition provided an early picture of what Canadian skaters are doing well and where they need to improve, says Michael Slipchuk, Skate Canada’s high performance director.

Compensation for Indigenous children removed from homes not justice, says AFN chief

Talks set to start Monday between Indigenous leaders and the federal government about a possible settlement over court-ordered compensation to First Nations children could signal the clearing of the road to reconciliation, the Assembly of First Nations National chief said Saturday.

Minister Guilbeault will accompany Prime Minister Trudeau and the Canadian delegation to UN Climate Change Conference (COP26)

Six years ago, the world came together to sign on to the Paris Agreement. The science says that in order to keep the goals of the Paris Agreement within reach and avert the worst impacts of climate change, the world needs to do more, and on a faster timeline. That is why Canada will join… Continue reading Minister Guilbeault will accompany Prime Minister Trudeau and the Canadian delegation to UN Climate Change Conference (COP26)

Canadian men’s short track relay team wins gold in Japan

The Canadian men’s short track relay team of Pascal Dion, Charles Hamelin, Steven Dubois, and Jordan Pierre-Gilles will bring home gold after winning the 5,000-metre final at the World Cup event in Nagoya, Japan, on Sunday. Dion also added a bronze in the men’s 1,000-metre final.