News Trudeau government moves to mend fences with India over Sikh tensions 2018-02-19T05:00:00.000000000-05:00 Sikhs make up less than two per cent of India's population, but among Indo-Canadians, have considerable political clout. Justin Trudeau's India trip, which includes a visit to the temple at the epicentre of Hindu-Sikh tensions, has presented a diplomatic challenge. Advertisers warn social media to step up, or they're out 2018-02-19T04:00:00.000000000-05:00 Trust in what we read online is eroding quickly, and social media and 'Big Tech' are facing blame. It's even reaching a tipping point for advertisers, who are threatening to pull their ad dollars from the digital domain unless things change — fast. Doctor fingerprinted 'as if we were criminals' fears it'll become standard for health professionals 2018-02-19T04:00:00.000000000-05:00 A civil liberties association and doctors group in B.C. are raising concerns after a doctor whose name is similar to a sex offender's was ordered to be fingerprinted to prove his identity. The doctor predicts all doctors and nurses will be required to be fingerprinted down the road — a suspicion ... Canada raises 'concerns' over Israel's mass deportation plan for African migrants 2018-02-19T04:00:00.000000000-05:00 Canada is opposed to Israel's plan to deport or imprison thousands of African asylum seekers and has officially registered its concerns. Governments of the past have been able to provide proper veteran care. So what's changed? 2018-02-19T04:00:00.000000000-05:00 For at least the last 200 years, whenever veterans required care, government provided — sometimes begrudgingly — regardless of its economic circumstances. The burgeoning field of 'family economics' reveals hidden household strife: Don Pittis 2018-02-19T04:00:00.000000000-05:00 As a majority of Canadians celebrate Family Day, scholars in a growing field dissect the forces that lead to what may be the mere illusion of family love, harmony and altruism. Gerald Stanley murder trial was 'not the right case' for cameras in the courtroom: judge 2018-02-19T04:00:00.000000000-05:00 Media outlets including CBC News made a rare request to broadcast and live stream portions of a murder trial, but the judge in the Gerald Stanley case denied the request. Students of Parkland, Fla., step up and speak out in wake of school shooting 2018-02-19T04:00:00.000000000-05:00 There’s a familiar pattern that follows mass shootings in the U.S., but the students in Parkland, Fla., are determined to break it. Not content to simply accept the country’s thoughts and prayers, they’re speaking out and holding lawmakers’ feet to the fire on gun control. Gunshot reported on western Sask. farm, RCMP searching for suspect 2018-02-19T01:19:16.000000000-05:00 Battleford RCMP responded to a call on a rural property west of North Battleford, where the homeowners say someone trespassed on their property and nearly shot the husband in the head. Oxfam says Haiti director admitted using prostitutes 2018-02-18T21:45:07.000000000-05:00 Oxfam's country director in Haiti admitted to using prostitutes at his residence during a relief mission before resigning in 2011, according to an internal investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct released by the charity on Monday.