A former McDonald’s worker who confessed to a simple act of kindness is being praised as “The Robin Hood of McNuggets” on social media.
An employee working the drive-thru of a Victoria McDonald’s was told by his manager to stop greeting customers in English and French.
The Toronto Police Service is warning the public about an ongoing telephone scam where fraudsters claim to be representatives from a government department or police agency.
A mother in the Port Alberni school district is taking the district to court after her children had to attend a smudging demonstration.
The Canadian government has issued a travel advisory for Bolivia due to safety and security concerns during protests in the country.
A professor in B.C. is being called out for her belief that more inclusive groups than a fraternity should have participated in a wreath-laying ceremony.
In the world of entertainment, heavy hitter Disney has now launched its own streaming service in Canada, Disney+, and it’s expected to give popular competitors like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video a run for their money.
With the mercury below zero across much of the country, the age-old question is being asked: do you need to warm up your car before driving in winter?
The government of Nunavut is the latest high profile administration to be the target of ransomware. CNN reports that in the last year, there’s been more than 100 attacks on hospitals, police stations and government offices. Ransomware is software written specifically to take control of, and take files
Whether on email or over the phone, most people have come into contact with a fraudster of some kind. One man in the U.S., known as Pleasant Green on YouTube, is facing these scammers head on.
Canadians airline Swoop is facing criticism after it was revealed that a special needs man was removed from a flight from Hamilton, Ont., to Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
A Toronto journalist who reported on the Barry and Honey Sherman murders, including its troubled investigation, has released a book titled “The Billionaire Murders” documenting the mysterious deaths.
After a video posted to social media of a woman yelling at Shoppers Drug Mart employees in Burnaby, B.C., went viral, many Canadians are weighing in on what caused the incident and how they feel about it.
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A video posted on Facebook shows a woman in Burnaby, B.C. yelling “extremely rude and racist” remarks at several local Shoppers Drug Mart employees.
A grocery store in Nunavut is facing criticism after it tossed food that was deemed edible into a landfill, rather than donate it to a local food bank.
Even though Conservatives won the popular vote on Monday night’s election, and gained more seats than last election, many Canadians still think the party’s leader Andrew Scheer should resign.