Experts say Canadian milk is among the most expensive in the advanced world, so when U.S. President Donald Trump set his sights on Canadian dairy, many Canadians saw an opportunity to finally open up their country’s market and get cheaper milk. “I’ve seen estimates — robust, credible estimates — that
A giant rabbit that died on board a United Airlines flight has caused an uproar online. It was on track to become the world’s largest rabbit. United Airlines is under fire once again, this time because of a giant rabbit that died aboard one of its flights.
An editor at Buzzfeed is pointing out the difference in governing communication between Canada and U.S. by sharing each country’s press release regarding a phone call on trade relations.
The Vancouver Police Department took to Twitter this week to announce it’s hiring. They did it in a roundabout way, however, while simultaneously getting into a Twitter war with Manitoba RCMP.
American actor Jeff Goldblum surprised the people of Australia Wednesday with free sausages for people passing by a food truck with his name on it. Fans quickly made their way to the area to grab some grub from the movie star.
A mourning mother shared a heartbreaking photo of her dying son on social media to convey a chilling message — you don’t have to be a drug
Despite the federal government’s allowance for marijuana offences to be prosecuted ahead of pot legalization, some are calling for the decriminalization of cannabis in the interim period. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and MP Bill Blair participated in a Vice event at the news outlet’s Toronto office
Parents surprise son who has autism with mini ‘Blockbuster’ store. Twitter user @Javiii_Zuniga posted these photos showing the touching moment his parents unveiled a customized ‘Blockbuster’ video display rack for his brother. “My autistic brother was sad that Blockbuster was closing down, so my parents
Ellen “Dolly” Gibb is pictured here celebrating her 111th birthday in 2016. The average life expectancy in Canada is just under 82 years old, but Ellen “Dolly” Gibb is not your average person. Officially the country’s oldest person, Gibb is celebrating her 112th birthday on Wednesday and the woman
A mysterious dancing light that appears in the skies above Calgary and other Canadian cities is inspiring researchers to determine what the burst of colours could possibly be. The atmospheric phenomenon currently doesn’t have an official title, so the Alberta Aurora Chasers have nicknamed it “Steve”
Residents in New Westminster now have the freedom to roam after sunset without fear of being fined, now that an ancient bylaw has been repealed. The city in B.C.’s Lower Mainland first introduced the Curfew Bylaw in 1903. A whopping $1 fine was the punishment for anyone who broke curfew.
Bidding for a painting by Nova Scotia artist Maud Lewis has surpassed an astonishing $125,000. “Portrait of Eddie Barnes and Ed Murphy, Lobster Fishermen, Bay View N.S.” was discovered by volunteers at the New Hamburg Thrift Centre in New Hamburg, Ontario, while sorting through donations, according
A young student’s sweet thank you note to his teacher. A school teacher recently received an unexpected note from a young student — and it reduced him to tears. Twitter user @Mainey_maine teaches in Atlanta, Georgia.
PM Trudeau has some advice for men when it comes to flushing a urinal at a bar. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has some advice for men concerned with cleanliness after relieving themselves at their local watering hole. Trudeau recently sat down to record his first ever podcast as Canada’s prime minister
Over a century later, the Canadian island will play a new role in the ongoing history of the doomed ship as it becomes the starting point for underwater trips to the Titanic wreck. Starting in May 2018, London-based travel company Blue Marble Private will begin eight-day treks to the Titanic wreck site
Buffer zones are needed to prevent anti-abortion protesters from harassing clients, clinics say. Anti-abortion protests outside Ottawa’s only private clinic providing abortion services are causing stress for staff and patients, and some are calling for Ottawa Police and local politicians to do more.
Justin Trudeau was interviewed by Bloomberg News in Toronto on Thursday. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is learning how to deal with U.S. President Donald Trump, especially when the two countries don’t see eye to eye. “He is a little bit unlike many politicians,” Trudeau said of Trump during a sit-down
A new video shows a private security team on board a cargo ship successfully fending off what appears to be Somali pirates in a tense gun battle at sea. The footage published Thursday on YouTube is taken aboard the cargo vessel. In the video, a small boat can be seen approaching.
University student Daivon Reeder recently took to Twitter to celebrate the fact he was graduating, despite the discouragement of his own family.
Canadian Music Week, currently happening in Toronto, is being criticized for its lack of diversity because the event's conference panels are made up of primarily white men.
A Florida man is slyly owning up to his poor cropping skills after sending his grandparents a revealing photo on Easter. The culprit, who goes by the handle @dougiegow8 on Twitter, shared the seemingly inconspicuous photo on his account. “So I sent my grandparents our easter pic..” he tweeted, along
Sandra Perron, Canada’s first female infantry officer, is seen here at home with her old uniform. After years of silence, Canada’s first female infantry officer, Sandra Perron, has penned a memoir about the misogyny she experienced in the military and the changes she hopes will be made someday.