Regina’s mayor says no decision has been made on whether the city will keep the name of its tourism agency after a controversial rebranding rollout. Experience Regina apologized on the weekend and removed phrases online that seemed to make light of the Saskatchewan capital's name rhyming with vagina. "Not all can get past it," Sandra Masters said Wednesday. "But, by and large, people make mistakes. We are human beings. It’s human beings running all these things.” Masters said council will need t
World Animal Protection is thankful no one was injured, but is calling on the Ontario government to finally take action against Jungle Cat World.
In light of President Joe Biden’s visit to Canada, a new survey gives surprising insights into how people across this country feel about our current relationship with the U.S.
The Staal brothers cited their religious beliefs as the reasoning behind the decision.
A Boston talk show host's use of a racial slur to describe ESPN's Mina Kimes again puts the spotlight on the history of racism in Boston.
Flight returns to Las Vegas two hours after taking off due to onboard medical emergency
The health impacts of the so-called "widowhood effect" can change with age, a new study finds.
The model, 29, told her sister the scary experience of recently giving birth to her daughter, Ava.
‘Not the glasses,’ one fan responded on Instagram
Trump has repeatedly alluded to the possibility of political violence in the last several days and mocked calls for his supporters to stay peaceful.
Yellowjackets Season 2, with a cast that includes Melanie Lynskey, Christina Ricci, Juliette Lewis Tawny Cypress, is even bloodier and more twisted.
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The longtime friends Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston will star in an upcoming Netflix movie "Murder Mystery 2," which premieres on March 31.
China's leader, Xi Jinping, appears to be using the leverage he has gained over Russia in the wake of the Ukraine war.
Heidi Klum, 49, wears a see-through top on the cover of Vogue Greece and the pictures are incredible.
Ukraine's Ministry of Defense trolled the Michigan-born-turned-Russian citizen on Twitter.
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Boozer is only the second sophomore in the program's history to win the award for boys basketball.
This animal hasn’t been seen past the Wallowa Mountains in 30 years, wildlife officials say
Reuters/Misha Japaridze/Pool/File PhotoYevgeny Prigozhin is preparing to pull his Wagner Group mercenaries’ attention away from the war in Ukraine, according to a Bloomberg report that cites sources familiar with the matter.His current plan is to focus the private mercenaries’ focus back to countries in Africa, such as Sudan, Mali, and the Central African Republic, where Wagner has deployed forces. On Monday, Wagner posted a recruitment notice offering deployments to African countries that would