#Canada

  • Article: Indigenous People in Canada Are Protesting a Gas Pipeline by Blocking Railways

    Indigenous People in Canada Are Protesting a Gas Pipeline by Blocking Railways

    By Catherine Caruso|Feb. 21, 2020

    The Wet'suwet'en First Nation has been fighting against the pipeline for a decade. Read more

  • Article: HIV Rates in Canada on the Rise For Fourth Consecutive Year

    HIV Rates in Canada on the Rise For Fourth Consecutive Year

    By Catherine Caruso|Feb. 20, 2020

    The most recent data shows that the number of new HIV cases has increased by 25.3% since 2014. Read more

  • Article: The Province of Quebec Is Forcing Companies to Recycle the Plastic They Produce

    The Province of Quebec Is Forcing Companies to Recycle the Plastic They Produce

    By Joe McCarthy|Feb. 13, 2020

    “It is time to hold companies to account for what they put into the marketplace.” Read more

  • Article: Top CEOs Have Already Made More in 2020 Than Most Canadians Will All Year

    Top CEOs Have Already Made More in 2020 Than Most Canadians Will All Year

    By Jackie Marchildon|Jan. 6, 2020

    Canada’s average top-earning CEO made $11.8 million in 2018. Read more

  • Article: Canada Isn't Even Close to Reaching Its Emissions Goals

    Canada Isn't Even Close to Reaching Its Emissions Goals

    By Brandon Wiggins|Jan. 3, 2020

    Canada is one of many countries that is behind on hitting key climate goals. Read more

  • Feature: Global Citizen's Action Taker of the Week: Kareen Awadalla From Toronto

    Global Citizen's Action Taker of the Week: Kareen Awadalla From Toronto

    By Jackie Marchildon|Dec. 2, 2019

    "Global Citizen made me realize that small action and simple changes could have huge consequences." Read more

  • Article: How Canada Is Funding Women’s Health Around the World

    How Canada Is Funding Women’s Health Around the World

    By Jacky Habib|Nov. 15, 2019

    In 2018, Canada contributed $128 million to the UN family planning fund to empower women and girls. Read more

  • Article: 'Unignorable Tower' Illustrates the Massive Scale of Poverty in Toronto

    'Unignorable Tower' Illustrates the Massive Scale of Poverty in Toronto

    By Jackie Marchildon|Nov. 7, 2019

    The building would need to house more than 116,000 people. Read more