From unbelievable Olympic triumphs to an unimaginable tragedy felt at all corners of the country, sports once again accounted for a significant portion of the Canadian news cycle in 2018.
In 2018, athletes and sports teams alike reminded us that social media can be hard and if you posted something homophobic or racist many years ago, it will be uncovered.
2018 was a big year for the royal family. In the past year, the Windsor clan celebrated the birth of Prince Louis, two televised royal weddings, Prince Charles’s 70th birthday and 65 years under the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. We’re dedicated to delivering the latest in royals news, and this year, took our coverage to the next level by launching our podcast “Make It Reign” where we dished on all things royal. ALSO SEE: Year in Review 2018: Top-searched people of the year As the year comes to a close, we’re looking back at some of the most popular royals and royal moments as searched for by Yahoo Canada users. Check out our gallery for the top 10 most popular royals of 2018! Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @ YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram . Check out Yahoo Canada’s podcast, Make It Reign — our hot takes on all things royals in a non-stuffy way — on Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts .
In the quest for a healthier lifestyle, knowledge is power. That’s why Yahoo Canada users turned to our site for the ins and outs of some of the most popular and headline-making diets of 2018. From low carb to no-carb, high fat to fat-free, some were searching for quick fixes, while others were looking for a long-term lifestyle overhaul. Check our our gallery for the top 10 most searched for diets of 2018! Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @ YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram . Check out Yahoo Canada’s podcast, Make It Reign — our hot takes on all things royals in a non-stuffy way — on Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts .
The sports world is pretty good at providing mankind with plenty of funny moments over the span of, let's say, 12 months. The year 2018 was no exception.
From record-breaking wildfires and hurricanes to flooding in downtown Toronto, this is what Yahoo Canada readers were looking for in 2018.
Not all of 2018's extreme weather events were deadly, but they all generated a lot of interest among Yahoo Canada's readers. Here is a gallery of 10 of the most searched weather events of the year among Yahoo Canada readers.
As the top overall search on Yahoo Canada for the second year in a row, Canadians continued to be fascinated by Trump throughout 2018. The Stormy Daniels saga dominated headlines after the porn star revealed she had an affair with Trump and was threatened into signing an agreement to deny the interaction. Then there was the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for Supreme Court Justice, resulting in an investigation into Christine Blasey Ford, now a 51-year-old research psychologist in Northern California, and her allegations of sexual assault against Kavanaugh.
Four backup credit cards were hidden underneath the counter of the St. John’s, N.L. pot shop at the stroke of midnight on legalization day, according to Bruce Linton, the ceremonial salesperson who rang up Canada’s first gram of recreational cannabis on Oct. 18.
We review the year's top polls and conversations to see what really got Yahoo Canada users talking, and which topics they were most passionate about.
This year has been a turbulent one for Canada thanks in part to tense trade negotiations with the U.S. and Mexico, high-stakes elections in Quebec and Ontario, and deadly attacks on home soil.