Rare Canada police conviction puts spotlight on race relations Thursday, 28 Jul 2016

TORONTO/MONTREAL (Reuters) - A six-year prison sentence given to a Toronto policeman in the shooting death of a teenager three years ago was a rare occurrence in Canada, where activists say officers too often get off easy in brutality cases.  Full Article

Death of black man in Canada after arrest sparks race debate Wednesday, 27 Jul 2016 

OTTAWA (Reuters) - The death of a mentally ill black man following his arrest by police in Canada's capital has sparked calls for a probe into whether race was a factor in the incident as advocacy groups voiced concerns over police violence against minorities.  Full Article  

Canada housing agency sees over-valuation signs across country Wednesday, 27 Jul 2016 

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's housing market is showing strong signs of over-valuation as prices have surged, the federal housing agency said on Wednesday, becoming the latest authority to voice concern about the country's multi-year property boom.  Full Article