Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has decided to leave climate policy to the provinces, while forcing them to act.
Canada has been in the global doldrums for close to two decades, but now it's got a chance to get back in the game.
The Canadian PM's altercation in parliament reflects his manhandling of the political process, but do voters care?
The relationship between Canada's Aboriginal peoples and non-indigenous population has never been an equal one, even though the 1982 national constitution recognises Aboriginal rights.
It has taken years to get CETA in place, and it still doesn't work as intended.
Canadians are watching their new government tackle unprecedented reform in Indigenous affairs.
For better or for worse, various countries around the world charted a new course last year. What lies ahead for 2016?
Australia faces a remarkably similar list of challenges to Canada.
New Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau brings a very different face to climate talks in Paris. Will it project its oil extraction tradition or show global leadership on emissions cuts?
Two politicians known to oppose action on climate change – Canada's Stephen Harper and Australia's Tony Abbott – have been displaced. What does this say about climate as a voter issue?