Reports of another deadly vehicle attack in Europe struck social media Wednesday. This time, the Spanish tourist hotspot of Barcelona was targeted in what police suspect was a terror-related incident.
Members of the Canadian armed forces take part in a Sunset Ceremony at the Canadian National Vimy Memorial. In 1917, Leslie Miller, a Canadian soldier who took part in the capture of Vimy Ridge, picked up a handful of acorns and took them back with him to his farm just outside Toronto. The oak saplings
Police in Utah have released dramatic dash camera footage that shows the moment when two vehicles collided, resulting in a massive explosion. KUTV 2News says the fatal crash captured by Utah Highway Patrol took place on July 26 on Highway 89/91 in Wellsville, Utah. The police car was reportedly trailing
Participants of the annual underground freedom train perform with djembe drums at Union Station in Toronto to commemorate Emancipation Day. On this day in 1833, the Slavery Abolition Act was signed, outlawing slavery throughout the Britain’s colonies and thus turning Canada into the terminus of the
A Twitter user sparked a conversation about Albertans’ poor driving habits by simply asking which drivers are as bad as Alberta’s. Not too long after, Twitter had its fill of opinions on the province’s drivers. Alberta drivers are awful.
Rolling Stone is just the latest American publication to fawn over Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with its profile and lament America’s current leadership (the physical copy asks “Why can’t he be our president?”). Is he as strong a leader in his home nation as his global image would suggest?
Donald Trump signs a MAGA hat at a campaign rally prior to the U.S presidential elections. It’s been revealed that those red “Make America Great Again” hats popularized by Donald Trump’s presidential campaign were being sold through a Canadian company, right on the heels of the first “Made in America
Canada’s crime rate has remained essentially unchanged in 2016, according to report released by Statistics Canada. The latest release by the national statistics agency reveals a continuing trend of decreasing crime across the country over the past 20 years. While Canada’s overall crime rate, referred
A group of Florida teens refused to come to the aid of a disabled Florida man even after he called out for help. Dunn, who usually walks with a cane, was unable to swim, and his head can be seen bobbing up and down just above the surface of the water. “He started to struggle and scream for help and
A fight broke out in the parking lot of a busy Toronto grocery store this past weekend, and it was all caught on camera. The incident took place outside of No Frills at Cedarbrae Mall, which is located in the eastern suburb of Scarborough. A bystander noticed a group of people fighting by the entrance
Paul Bernardo is due for a parole hearing in October. Nearly 25 years after being convicted of the brutal rape and murder of two girls, Paul Bernardo is about to be eligible to qualify for day parole. The notorious serial killer was due for parole hearings in March and August, but has rescheduled both
Julie Payette is facing questions about her past following recent news revelations. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s pick for Governor General, Julie Payette, is getting a lot of unwanted attention as yet another revelation regarding her time in the United States threatens to undermine her nomination
A sign has appeared outside a cemetery in the Quebec town of Saint-Honoré with an unmistakeable message, “Saguenay ville blanche.” The sign appeared shortly after the local Muslim association said it would attempt to revive a two-year-old plan to have space for Muslim burials in the town’s cemetery.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s pick for governor general has come under scrutiny for reportedly failing to disclose an expunged assault charge lodged against her back in 2011 while she was living in the U.S. The assault charge was reportedly discovered by iPolitics in what it called a routine background
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s bilateral meeting with U.S. Vice-President Mike Pence on Friday in Rhode Island will likely be a continuation of the charm offensive the Canadian leader has tried to maintain in the run up to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations due to take place
A man accused of stabbing his girlfriend to death in Ontario before fleeing the country has been arrested in Texas after more than two months on the run, police have confirmed. Michael Haffner revealed Ager Hasan was arrested Tuesday in San Antonio during a traffic stop conducted by the U.S. Secret
Manitoba Public Insurance confiscated Nicholas Troller’s custom plate after deeming it offensive. A Manitoba man is seeking out the legal aid of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) after the provincial insurance company revoked his licence plate. The Alberta-based legal organization
This screenshot shows a wildfire raging on July 9 in Hanceville, B.C. Photo from Sally Aitken/Twitter. A new video is providing a small glimpse of what it’s like to come face to face with an out of control wildfire. Sally Aitken captured the stunning footage and shared it on her Twitter page on Sunday
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is well known around the world for many reasons, but the way he poses for photos isn’t one of them.
Ontario MPP Jagmeet Singh would like to become the next federal leader of the NDP. A new survey suggests the majority of Canadians would vote for a party led by a Sikh candidate, such as Singh. A Sikh man can one day become prime minister of Canada, but the odds of him winning would be quite narrow
Indigenous leaders and artists, Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm, Stewart Phillip and Robert Bertrand, share their thoughts about Canada 150.
Seven in 10 polled say helping families living below the poverty line should be the main investment priority for the government, while only 17 per cent say the same for support of Indigenous communities, according to the Ipsos survey commissioned by Yahoo Canada.