Many in Ontario and Quebec have seen reports of a storm with significant snowfall on the way for the weekend, but those predictions may not be telling the whole story. The provinces are still being closely monitored for their storm pattern, with small changes expected to cause significant shifts in
Despite being called Mexico’s murder capital, more than three-quarters of hotels were reportedly occupied over the holidays in Acapulco. Some of the world’s most desired travel destinations have some of the biggest issues. The Mexican oceanside resort city of Acapulco is no exception. The 20th century
Shock, surprise, nerves and excitement spread across the faces of nine co-workers who picked up a $60 million cheque after winning the Lotto Max jackpot last year. After only a $5 investment each, life has drastically changed for these line workers at an auto parts manufacturer in Guelph, Ont. “I almost
President Donald Trump speaks from the Oval Office of the White House as he gives a prime-time address about border security Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2018, in Washington. The partial U.S. government shutdown continues to wage on after significant back-and-fourth about president Donald Trump’s border wall at
Ontario drivers were greeted to the new year with stiffer penalties for distracted driving. It can now land you with a fine up to $1,000, three demerit points and a three-day license suspension for the first offence. For the second offence, you can see a fine up to $2,000, six demerit points and a
A year after their bodies were discovered in their Old Colony Rd. home, Honey and Barry Sherman remain two out of 94 victims of unsolved murders in Toronto from 2016 to 2018. Unlike in many of the other cases, the couple’s public profile — Barry, the founder of pharmaceutical company Apotex and Honey
Increased tensions between China and Canada may make some travelers wary, but following some straightforward advice can help ease worries.
The Weather Network meteorologist Doug Gillham says some parts of Canada will have a wet holiday season, while others will see some snow.
Facebook is under the microscope yet again, this time facing allegations of giving away private user information to giant tech companies. The claims were made in a Dec. 18 article by The New York Times, which includes allegations involving Royal Bank of Canada, Netflix, Spotify, Microsoft, Yahoo, and
A police officer in Kissimmee, Fla. is being recognized with a Compassionate Police Department Award from PETA after comforting an injured pup this week. The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office Facebook paged posted a photo that shows Deputy Josh Fiorelli sitting with a dog who is partially covered with
The Doug Ford government’s announcement of a new Ontario Provincial Police commissioner has been met with harsh criticism. The provincial government stated that Toronto police Supt. Ron Taverner, who is a family friend of Ford, would move in to the role. When Taverner was selected as the new OPP commissioner
If a person refuses to comply with a border officer's request to search their electronic devices, they don't cross the border.
As the top overall search on Yahoo Canada for the second year in a row, Canadians continued to be fascinated by Trump throughout 2018. The Stormy Daniels saga dominated headlines after the porn star revealed she had an affair with Trump and was threatened into signing an agreement to deny the interaction
Canadian police forces in Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary and other major cities say they have responded to the threats, but no devices have been found.
This year has been a turbulent one for Canada thanks in part to tense trade negotiations with the U.S. and Mexico, high-stakes elections in Quebec and Ontario, and deadly attacks on home soil.
The classic Christmas song is just the latest to come under fire from those who seek to maintain political correctness - but at what cost?
Winnipeg, the capital of Manitoba and the "Gateway to the West," was featured in a prize for the long-running CBS game show, "The Price is Right."
Since the snow has started to fall across Canada, we’re looking at what’s in store for the rest of the season. Both AccuWeather and The Weather Network are predicting mild temperatures in the far West and freezing cold in the far East, but the Old Farmer’s Almanac is on a bit of a different page. The
Tori Stafford's killers are behind bars, but resuming the life he put on hold when he learned of Terri-Lynne McClintic's transfer to an Indigenous healing lodge this year isn't in the cards for Rodney Stafford — yet.
The Angus Reid Institute set out to learn which demographic of Canadian is most likely support a ban on religious symbols in the public sector.
Health Canada has approved a supervised consumption site in Victoria to allow people to inject illicit drugs in the presence of medical staff. Ontario has released its rules for groups applying to join the new Consumption and Treatment Services (CTS) program — its version of the former overdose prevention
Bitter customers resorted to Twitter when WestJet's discount airline, Swoop, cancelled some flights and delayed others by hours, with little word from the company.