Top Canadian officials, including the Prime Minister, chief public health officer and city mayors have voiced concerns about racism amid the new coronavirus outbreak.
The Greater Toronto Area has seen its fair share of bizarre crime stories in 2019 and Global News has compiled a list of some of the most notorious cases.
The people of Hong Kong are definitely fighting — but for the most part, it appears they are doing so without violence, writes Global News’ Eric Mark Do.
With over 346 million posts on #travel, it’s clear that Instagram is not only a getaway from our day-to-day lives — but a gateway to an actual destination as well.
Here’s what got tongues wagging this week!
Will it ever stop snowing? Do we love new money? Do we like when hockey teams make kids’ dreams come true? All that and more will be answered in this weeks Social Desk Roundup!
It was a great week for feel-good news. Here’s why.
Some of Canada was found in Australia. Our anthem was changed (pending royal assent). And maybe, just maybe, we’re getting rid of the nickel. That’s not all.
From pets prancing in the snow to hockey games beside the highway, Canadian weather lit up social media this week
These were the standout stories of 2017, decided by you. Here’s what ones generated the most buzz on social media sites based on interactions, shares and comments.
As we collectively gear up for another turn around the sun, Global News would like to hear what you’re hoping and dreaming that 2018 will bring.
In the midst of all the stories of the week, it seems animal stories consistently resonate with people.
Animals rule. Well, you probably already knew that. But this week, they also ruled on social media.
A couple of heartwarming stories, a motorcycle chase and a theory that marijuana legalization will lead to… communism?
Do you love science? Then you’ll love the news from this week!