Ibrahim Hoteit, 51, left, and his wife, Hanan, lead a protest for the relatives of victims of the Aug. 4, 2020, Beirut port explosion in Beirut, Lebanon, Saturday, July 10, 2021. Hoteit, whose brother was killed in the blast, has become the face of calls for justice from the families of the victims. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)

After Beirut blast, winning justice becomes a life’s mission

Quest to expose corruption and negligence powers survivors in wake of port disaster


Foreign minister to tour Beirut aid efforts on first overseas trip since COVID

Canada has so far committed $30 million to help pay for emergency food, water, shelter, medical help


Ottawa pledges up to $5M in aid to help people affected by Lebanon explosion

An initial $1.5 million is going to organizations such as the Red Cross to help meet urgent needs


Lebanese-Canadians look for ways to help while grappling with Beirut tragedy

Officials say at least 135 people were killed and more than 5,000 were injured in the blasts

Abbotsford mom worried about her two kids in Beirut following explosion

Shelley Beyak’s children were abducted by their dad in 2018