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Many members of quasi-judicial bodies are not being reappointed by the Conservative government. Critics say it may be good politics, but it's bad for justice.
Changes to Canada's system for accessing medical marijuana are igniting controversy over the drug's accessibility and the safety of home grow operations.
Hate speech law and the Human Rights Act are under the lens again. Is this the end of unlucky Section 13?
Conservative MP Brian Storseth is proposing a private member's bill to remove hate speech provisions of the Canadian Human Rights Act that he says infringe on Canadians' freedom of speech.
Hunters from the East Coast and the Arctic have been feasting on seals for centuries. There's growing interest in marketing seal meat nationally, but some obstacles must still be overcome.
The Department of Justice has proposed changes to the Youth Criminal Justice Act that critics say place punishment for someahead of the potential for rehabilitation.
Canada is cracking down on immigration marriage fraud with new legislation that came into effect this year. While some say the new laws are protecting Canadians, others are more skeptical about who it's actually helping.
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Do you know where your food comes from? In a move that is being welcomed by local Ontario farmers, a provincial bill is trying to bring more local food to your dinner table. Reporter Kelsey Johnson has the story.