Un-brrr-lievable: Reese Witherspoon eating snow sparks debate over safety
Reese Witherspoon fielded a flurry of comments after she posted a video of herself eating freshly fallen snow with chocolate and caramel syrup.
Golden Globes 2024 winners list: ‘Oppenheimer’ and ‘Poor Things’ top the night
Awards season officially kicked off with the Golden Globes, which honoured the best of TV and movies in the first big celebrity gala event of the year.
2024 Golden Globe nominations: Will ‘Barbenheimer’ come out on top?
Over on the TV side of things, it may be another 'Succession' domination year at the Golden Globes ceremony.
Dec 11, 2023
Now in disrepair, world’s largest hockey stick in Duncan, B.C. to be benched for good
The record-holding hockey stick and puck, more than 62 metres in length, has graced the east side of the Cowichan Community Centre in Duncan, B.C. for 35 years.
Dec 5, 2023
Are high interest rates and inflation to blame for the Liberals’ slide in polls?
As the governing Liberals continue to slide in the polls, the slow-moving hurricane that may actually end up blowing them away appears to be the economy.
Dec 12, 2023
North Korea claims new spy satellite gathered White House, Pentagon images
So far, Pyongyang has not released any imagery, leaving analysts and foreign governments to debate how capable the new satellite actually is.
Nov 29, 2023
Hamas set to exchange more hostages for Palestinian prisoners
On Saturday, Hamas provided mediators Egypt and Qatar with a list of 14 hostages to be released.
Nov 25, 2023
Survivors, mourners gather in Toronto to mark 5 years since Danforth shooting
About 50 people, many dressed in white, met up in Withrow Park near two trees planted in 2019 to honour the victims.
Jul 22, 2023
Photos show Lahaina’s historic, cultural treasures razed by devastating fire
Wildfires that overtook the town of Lahaina on Maui have reduced what was once the royal kingdom of the Hawaiian islands to a pile of smouldering rubble and ash.
Aug 10, 2023
5 years on, Danforth shooting vivid for those affected, gun control key issue
Demircan was with a group of friends at a parkette along Danforth Avenue on the night of July 22, 2018 when a man drew a semi-automatic handgun and opened fire.
Jul 21, 2023
Firefighter dead in Northwest Territories, 2nd killed in Canada this wildfire season
A firefighter from Fort Liard, N.W.T. has died while fighting a fire in a district of the same name in the southwest corner of the territory.
Jul 16, 2023
Receding water levels a concern for Gull Lake, Alta.
Gull Lake, Alta., residents are concerned about receding water levels, especially as a moratorium to keep out an invasive species is about to expire.
Jul 12, 2023
Alberta floods: 10 years later
It's been 10 years since the historic floods of southern Alberta that were deadly, expensive and resulted in the first ever State of Provincial Emergency in Canadian history.
Jun 20, 2023
North York man convicted of manslaughter in death of fiance’s toddler
A jury on Friday convicted 30-year-old Rodrigo Flores-Romero of manslaughter in the death of Wynonna Noganosh, but found him not guilty of second-degree murder.
Jun 9, 2023
‘He probably thought she was dead’: Victim’s family describes Manitoba home invasion
Candace Richardson, 30, had fallen asleep watching TV in her Erickson, Man., basement, when she woke up to someone stabbing her repeatedly.
Jun 8, 2023
New Mexico mass shooting: At least 4 dead including suspect, more wounded
Two officers were also shot and wounded, Farmington police said, including one city police officer and one New Mexico State Police officer.
May 15, 2023
Massive Calgary-area solar project rejected in favour of wildlife conservation
A proposed solar project that was slated on a site south of Calgary near a popular bird watching area has been rejected by the Alberta Utilities Commission.
Apr 22, 2023
Dal students design new device to help prevent drownings at Peggy’s Cove
The famed lighthouse and rugged coastline attract up to 800,000 visitors yearly, but its beauty can be dangerous to those who do not keep off the black rocks.
Apr 20, 2023
Avian flu and dogs: How to protect your pets as cases of the fatal virus rise
While the avian flu is primarily a disease of birds, it can also infect mammals, especially those who hunt, scavenge or otherwise consume infected birds.
Apr 6, 2023
Emergency declared for tornado-hit Mississippi after dozens killed
President Joe Biden issued an emergency declaration for Mississippi early Sunday, making federal funding available to the areas hardest hit Friday night by a deadly tornado.
Mar 26, 2023