Stunning aerial footage reveals a sight that might put some doubt in your mind the next time you feel like going for a dip in the ocean. Jason Griffeth was flying his new drone with a camera attached on the morning of Jan. 20 around an inlet in Fort Pierce, Fla., when he spotted an alarming sight in
The Internet can be an amazing place to learn and play, but one parent found out the hard way that no one is immune from the depths of what the World Wide Web has to offer. A mother was shocked to find out that her son, a Grade 5 student at Palermo Public School in Oakville, Ont., was able to watch
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan says he received a call from the new U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis. Canada’s Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan received a “warm and cordial” call from his new U.S. counterpart, defence secretary James Mattis. Sajjan shared the news on Twitter, as well as with reporters
Coda, an eight-year-old German shepherd rescue dog, is credited with saving his owners from a house fire. A Vancouver man and his visually impaired nephew escaped a house fire thanks to their rescue dog. Lawrence was woken early Sunday morning by his eight-year-old German shepherd, Coda, and some strange
A new study sheds light on the potential cost-savings to the health-care system from newly legalized assisted-dying. Assisted death could save the Canadian health-care system between $35 million and $139 million a year, according to a new study sure to renew debate over the country’s controversial assisted
In Canada, organizers say more than 112,000 people took to the streets Saturday to chant and make noise about women’s issues that matter to Canadians – the wage gap, missing and murdered women, Islamophobia. What steps will organizers take to convert that burst of energy into sustained efforts? Penelope
Concerns over increasing opioid abuse across Canada continue to mount as headlines on overdoses and deaths become more frequent and the availability of dangerous opioid formulations like fentanyl and cardenafil grows on city streets from coast to coast. More recently, Toronto and Montreal have started
It could be a new world order following the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump, but America still holds old friend Canada in high regard, according to a new survey. The Angus Reid Institute public opinion poll found that 80 per cent of respondents had a positive view of their northern neighbour
If you want to get a sense of what kind of impression Canada has made on the U.S. over the years, newly released declassified documents give some eyebrow-raising insights. Nearly a million records from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, starting from the Second World War until the 1990, are now available
If you’re a sea lion, sometimes a car can look a lot like a rock. The one-minute clip was posted to Facebook Saturday by alpaca farmer and Freeland, Washington resident Melanie Sceva Hill. In the video, a small crowd with camera phones in hand has gathered around the action — a sea lion making itself
A 12-year-old Nfld. boy is reportedly in hot water for illegally selling fish for pocket money. Donnie Harris’ son Jayden began catching smelt, a small fish often served fried, and selling them in order to earn extra money, the father told Yahoo Canada News. Harris, who lives 30 minutes outside Gander
Marjorie and Peter Murphy moved back to Paris in 2015 after 9 years in Toronto. Germans often mention How I Met Your Mother when asked what they know about Canada. The show, which ran from 2005 to 2014, featured Canadian actor Cobie Smulders as Robin Scherbatsky, who had a brief pop career in Canada
Canadians joined their American neighbours Saturday as women’s marches across the country drew in massive crowds of people.
The St. John’s Women’s March was moved online after a blizzard hit the Newfoundland capital. The march planned for downtown St. John’s on Saturday went virtual when a blizzard largely shut down the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador — but some supporters found a way to come out in solidarity anyway
As Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States and protests flared up in Washington, D.C., some moments of levity broke the tension. The 45th President of the USA pic.twitter.com/kA2SrkJEeS
As Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th U.S. president, protesters are taking to the streets around the world to denounce the man and his policies, from climate change skepticism to the overt racism he employed during his election campaign.
On the left, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet picks walk to Rideau Hall to be sworn in. On the right, U.S. President Barack Obama takes the oath of office in 2013. The stark contrast between how the U.S. and Canada swear in their new leaders is one deeply rooted in history and each nation
Donald Trump, who is responsible for many of the world’s most recognized developments, will soon become familiar with some new real estate. With 132 rooms and 35 bathrooms sprawling over 55,000-square feet, the White House is undoubtedly big enough to accommodate Trump’s large family. When asked at
Andrew Stivelman moved to Canada after George W. Bush was elected president. Andrew Stivelman didn’t like the direction his country was heading in and jumped at the chance to leave the United States in the summer of 2003 when his Boston employer opened an office in Toronto. Stivelman didn’t consider
As you can see, cool guy James was out with the boys but wanted to convince his lady friend he was all cuddled up at home. Say what you like about building trust in relationships, the internet wasted no time in cheering on James for the stunt.
Today’s job market can be tough. Around the world, citizens are battling for fair compensation and basic rights. So it should come as no surprise that people called out the hypocricy of a recent job posting on the British classifieds website Gumtree.com.
People in a Russian apartment building use a hammer, a cane and a spray can to show their displeasure with a neighbour’s surveillance camera. Residents in a Russian apartment building were not pleased when a neighbour installed a surveillance camera in the hallway.
Christmas finally came to the animals at the Toronto Zoo when they were given 109 unused fir trees to enjoy in their enclosures. The Toronto Star reports that a Hamilton Home Depot donated the trees and that the animals seem pleased with the post-holiday haul. “Providing these trees to our animals