It's Earth Day and Canada's environmental policies are under scrutiny. Just in time, Ontario and Quebec were promised snow — lots of it — in mid-April. Every now and then, the white stuff hits Alberta smack in the middle of summer. But for Central Canada, the forecast came as a shock. The article became one of the most read by the end of the week. With that in mind, here's a list of prominent Canadian climate change deniers. If only we could find proof, like snow in April, that global warming exists, right?
In New Zealand, a woman who drank more than 30 cups of Coca-Cola per day had died. Recently, the experts concluded that this habit contributed to her death. It's one of the most-shared stories this week. Find more here.
If that doesn't make you question fast-food eating, here's the week's most popular video. A Sydney judge has found KFC liable for brain damage of a girl. Watch more below.
In Canadian politics, a major race is about to reach a finish line. Check out reasons whyRead More »from Week in Review: phones to see through clothes, last-minute Alberta campaigns and more