Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says while she doesn’t believe British Columbia’s legal challenge to the Trans Mountain pipeline has merit, her government will be watching it closely. Notley says she’s not sure the B.C. courts will even entertain making a ruling on the clearly established constitutional rule that the federal
Had it just been the snickering from the usual suspects about his clothes, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau likely would have ended his week in India with little political damage and possibly even a bump in popularity in Canada’s large Indian diaspora. But some bad press turned worse, much worse, when it
This shouldn’t be surprising to anyone, but there’s a lot of sugar inside a Cadbury Creme Egg. U.K.-based mom Rebecca Bilham of The Little Red Hut Home & Gifts, recently posted a photo of exactly how much sugar is inside this popular Easter treat on Facebook. “Warning, may upset Creme Egg
While labels work at setting up superstar releases for later in the year, the first quarter continues to be a time for music lovers to explore material from new and exciting bands. But every once in a while, an old friend surfaces in the mix. Here are my music picks
A German figure skater is under fire after performing to music from the film Schindler’s List at the 2018 Winter Olympics on Friday. Nicole Schott, 21, was competing in the singles figure skating competition and used the Academy Award-winning score for her choreographed routine. READ MORE: Here’s what Canada did while you were sleeping
TORONTO – Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says the province’s automotive and agri-food sectors will need billions in funding from the federal government to survive the impact of the recently rebooted Trans-Pacific Partnership. Wynne, who spoke Thursday to the Toronto Region Board of Trade, says Ottawa should only ratify the 11-country
The announcement of Toronto being shortlisted in one of the most lucrative competitions in the tech world has sent waves across Canada’s largest city. Amazon looked at bids from 238 communities for it’s new headquarters and Toronto made the cut when the tech giant narrowed down that list to 20.
A Venezuelan zoo in the western state of Zulia may have sacrificed emaciated animals and fed them to healthier ones as the country struggles with chronic food shortages, zoo workers report. The chaotic collapse of the country has created chronic food shortages that have fuelled malnutrition and left millions seeking food anywhere they can
The government says there isn’t a whole lot it can do to stop the spread of fake news. Yet according to new research from the University of Cambridge, federal intervention might not be the only way to stem the flow of misinformation. The answer could lie in getting more people
Quincy Jones recently gave two very candid interviews in which he made some pretty out-there claims involving assassinated U.S. president John F. Kennedy and current presidential daughter Ivanka Trump. Today, Jones has publicly apologized for “silly” things he said “to anyone whom [his] words offended.” In a statement, he writes, “I have LEARNED MY LESSON!