Canadians cast their eye on international news this year, ranking ISIS, Paris attacks and Syria's migrant crisis among the top-searched stories of 2015.
The Toronto Blue Jays, Connor McDavid, and "Deflate-gate." This might sound a bit strange, but the stories surrounding these three topics have one thing in common. As part of our annual Year in Review coverage, we've sifted through a year's worth of Yahoo Search data to bring you the
From persistent favourites like the Atkins Diet and the Paleo Diet to the controversial Ketogenic Diet and the (kind of gross) Cabbage Soup Diet, these were the top-searched diet trends of 2015. -- By Simone Olivero and Hilary Hagerman
The year proved to be more of an ellipsis at the end of 2014’s “to be continued” with economic indicators like the Loonie and the TSX following momentum from the previous year and brands like Target, Future Shop heading out the door while the next generation’s Airbnb and Uber
In 2015 there were plenty of commercials for viewers to complain about, whether for political or religious reasons, perceived safety issues or plain old false advertising.
It's no secret that Canadians are obsessed with Instagram. The social platform has proven to not only serve as a great place to share photos and experiences with friends and family, but it's also a platform for discovering new trends, places and general exploration. So what are people 'gramming
Seems like Taylor Swift’s fans love her cat Meredith because three out of ten most liked photos on Instagram included the adorable feline and her owner. Model and reality TV star Kendall Jenner also dominated the list this year capturing the top spot.
A list of the best books of the year is highly subjective, of course, and will inevitably leave some worthy contenders off. So consider this an extremely unscientific survey, stretching across genres and borders. If the books listed below have anything in common, it's that they lingered in my thoughts