Asylum US Canada

Trump is turning Canada into a haven for the world’s best and brightest

Well-educated professionals from Nigeria are turning their eyes to Canada after the U.S. expanded its visa and travel bans

The Interview: Bishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon on Nigeria’s future

The Nigerian bishop on the impact of Boko Haram, religious crises masking economic issues—and his hopes for reconciliation

Nigeria’s pirates, coup leaders and statesmen

Amidst rampant corruption, lawlessness and a chaotic election, comes a moment of hope in Africa’s most important nation
Bomb blast at Dukku bus rank in Gombe

Fear of the unknown: Trying to unlock the mystery of Boko Haram

Even those who live in terror nearby—within striking distance of the extremist group—are unsure of Boko Haram’s agenda
Nigerians at NYSC camp in Adamawa

Boko Haram: Random fire and countless dead

The terrorist group has killed an estimated 2,000 since seizing Baga and surrounding villages
Nigeria Kidnapped Girls

Nigeria’s violence has displaced 1.6 million in northeast

Attacks by Boko Haram have lead to Nigerians abandoning their homes, creating a humanitarian crisis in Africa’s most populous nation
Kathleen Wynne; Sandra Vos

5 at 5: The Ontario election and a tractor photo op

Kathleen Wynne on a tractor and other top stories this afternoon

Does America really care about Boko Haram?

Thousands have been killed or kidnapped by Islamist terrorists in Nigeria. But there’s been no meaningful effort to tackle this growing menace.

The QP Clip: How Canada could help Nigerian girls

The exchange you can’t miss from this afternoon’s Question Period
Nigeria Kidnapped Girls

Your morning five: Nigeria can’t find hundreds of lost girls

Nigeria’s president wants international help tracking down girls who were kidnapped by suspected Boko Haram fighters