The Toronto Blue Jays captured the hearts of a nation with an incredible run this season, winning the American League East division for the first time in 22 years, naming third-baseman Josh Donaldson the AL MVP, and taking over the Web with the amazing Bautista bat flip that will go down in history. The Canadian dollar had a rough year, hitting an 11-year low at 74.9 cents U.S., thereby garnering the attention -- and woe -- of deal-searching cross-border shoppers across our nation. Between Kim's second pregnancy, Khloe and Kourtney's relationship dramas, Kendall's debut on the runway, Caitlyn Jenner's transition and Kylie's admission about her famous pout, the family has continued to fascinate Canadians with their dramatic lifestyle.
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 top 10 most searched stories of the year. We kick things off with an incredible donation from P.K. Subban of the Montreal Canadiens.
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. Atkins Diet: It’s been more than 40 years since Dr. Robert Atkins wrote Dr. Atkins’ Diet Revolution. The diet aims to help you lose weight by severely cutting back on carbs,while upping your protein intake.
Between Caitlyn Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Eugenie Bouchard and Kate Middleton --- who ranked No. 1? <b>--</b> <i><b>By Sarah Rohoman</b></i>
Johnny Depp, Ben Affleck and Charlie Sheen made the news for shocking revelations and accusations, but no one could top Canadian superstar Justin Bieber. <b><i>-- By Sarah Rohoman</i></b>
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 continued to push their way in.
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? Click through the gallery to see some of the most popular Canadian places and pictures posted in 2015.<br />-- <a href="https://ca.style.yahoo.com/tagged/simoneolivero"><i>Simone Olivero</i></a>
The Associated Press has selected the top <a href="http://blog.apimages.com/2015/12/03/ap-photos-top-100-news-images-of-2015/" target="_blank">100 newsworthy images of the year</a> captured by <span>photojournalists </span>from around the world.
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.
The headlines for this book touted the uncomfortable fact that beloved character Atticus Finch is racist, but don’t let that stop you from reading further. Go Set a Watchman is a complex and lovely follow up to a classic. Unfinished Business: Women Men Work Family Anne-Marie Slaughter, former director of policy planning under Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, might be best known as the woman who quit her job as one of the highest-ranking public official in the department. Between the World and Me There is no naiveté at all in Ta-Nehisi Coates book written in the form of a letter to his adolescent son.