To those who have perished since the Iranian Revolution

Marina Nemat: The time for democracy and fundamental change will come if war does not set fire to Iran

Justin Trudeau’s statement after plane crash in Iran: Full transcript

Everything Prime Minister Trudeau had to say at the press conference held after 57 Canadians were killed on Flight PS752 in Tehran, Iran

57 Canadians killed in an airliner crash in Iran: Live updates

The Boeing 737 went down shortly after takeoff in Tehran, killing all 176 people aboard. Here is what’s known so far.

The uprising in Iran: ‘This is what revolution looks like’

Terry Glavin on how the ongoing protests are more than an economic revolt. Could the darkness that descended upon Iran in 1979 soon be lifted?

Tehran’s hidden cache of art treasures comes to the West

An incredible and seldom-seen modern art collection, full of Warhols and Picassos, leaves Iran for a tour of the West, starting with Berlin

A Canadian resident’s life slipping away in a Tehran jail

Since 2008, Saeed Malekpour has been serving a life sentence in the infamous Evin prison after he says he was tortured into a false confession

The deal with Iran tackles its nukes. It ignores everything else.

Michael Petrou on the West’s framework nuclear deal, why it’s a half-measure, and why it likely won’t mean more freedoms for Iranians

Mostafa Azizi, TV producer and former Toronto resident, is jailed in Iran

Michael Petrou reports on the Iranian author who has lived in Canada for most of the past five years and has been jailed in Tehran

The women in Iran we never see

Photographer captures the double lives of Tehran women

Can Tehran be trusted?

After decades of hostility, Iran wants to make amends. It may be too late for real change.

‘Canada is weird’

Campbell Clark tries to explain the Harper government’s decision to cut off Iran.


Kenney on Iran

While announcing his department’s crackdown on immigration fraud, Jason Kenney was asked about the government’s decision to cut diplomatic ties with Iran and whether would be any impact on Canadians who need consular services or Iranians who might be hoping to immigrate.