After 48 matches and at least 72 hours of screen time for the World Cup, soccer has become a mainstay in Canadian living rooms and bars. Here’s the top 5 things you can do with your free time:
A Toronto-based start-up company launched a style application for smart phones this week that resembles Tinder’s interface.
Are teams that abstained from sex doing better in the World Cup? That’d be a premature conclusion.
The Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant’s violent sweep across Iraq didn’t begin last week: It was years in the making, the fruits of concerted propaganda efforts.
For the first time, World Cup referees can draw a temporary, visible line demarcating the 9.5-metre distance between a defensive wall and a free kicker.
Prince George took his first steps for the world to see this past weekend at a royal charity polo event.
CBC journalist Robert Fisher said twice during a live broadcast that being a lesbian is a “lifestyle choice.” The Twitterverse was not impressed.
After a fractious campaign that focused on Liberal scandals, this wasn’t an outcome many saw coming. Here’s what Twitter had to say.
There are no breathalyzers in polling stations – we checked for you – so if you want to vote while just a little bit tanked, it’s cool.
Okay, so you slept through the leaders’ debate. And also the rest of the campaign. Don’t worry: We’ve got you covered.
The Moncton triple shooting has brought a digital community of RCMP spouses together and sparked a red-clad memorial movement.
The fatal rampage of a shooter tearing through Moncton Wednesday and Thursday was rare. But in this Maritime municipality gun crime, relatively speaking, is not.
Author and poet Maya Angelou has died. Here are some of her most inspiring quotes.
The news that Canada can’t expect to add Turks and Caicos as an 11th province dismayed many in the Great White North. So we’ve compiled a list of decent alternatives.
The ‘Bowling For Columbine’ director reacted on Facebook to the latest mass shooting in the U.S. But did the outspoken filmmaker get his facts right?