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  • Fred VanVleet says Raptors have moved on after Kawhi Leonard signed with Clippers

    Fred VanVleet has a simple message for Raptors fans still reeling about Kawhi: “He moved on, and we’ve got to do the same.”

  • Cyclist in recovery after being impaled by 2-foot splinter

    A typical race turned into a horrific event for Lorenzo Gobbo at the Junior and U23 European Track Championships in Ghent, Belgium.

  • St. Louis Blues visit the Cardinals with the Stanley Cup

    As the St. Louis Blues’ Stanley Cup celebration continues, a quick trip to Busch Stadium to visit with the Cardinals was only to be expected.

  • Young CWHL fan writes heartbreaking letter after league is shut down

    A Toronto Furies fan named Jordyn wrote a heartfelt letter after the CWHL closed its doors.

  • It could happen to you: How a returned wallet helped restore my faith in humanity

    A brief moment of public embarrassment pales in comparison to the trauma of losing your wallet. It's not the cash – it's losing your identity and having your most prized posessions out there on display, likely in some stranger's evil mitts.

  • Woman seen walking a polar bear in Tokyo causes a stir online

    While we're not exactly sure what the Lalsh Organization is all about, we do know one thing: It sure know how to make a statement, even if we're not exactly sure what that statement is.

  • Must-see videos of the week: March 6-12

    What do volcanic eruptions, wing-suited base jumpers, and the adorable Meerkat have in common? They're all featured in this week's edition of our Must -See videos. We begin in the far east of Russia, site of the Shiveluch and Kliuchevskoi volcanoes.

  • Former Finance Minister Jim Flaherty dead at 64

    Jim Flaherty, former finance minister, has passed away at the age of 64.

  • Must-see videos of the week: March 16-22

    We begin this week's edition with a joyful celebration of life. We don't often require our Must-See Video viewers to have a box of tissues nearby, but in celebration of World Down Syndrome Day, we couldn't help but share this wonderful video from an Italian organisation called Coordown.

  • British man duped into spending $750 on a photo of an Xbox One

    As you can see, Peter Clatworthy has had better days. The 19-year-old father from Bilborough, England, is understandably ticked off after spending a whopping $750 on a photo — yes, a photo — on an Xbox One gaming console. And … Continue reading →

  • Video capturing death of Michael Eligon released; escaped mental patient killed in Toronto police shooting

    Long before the death of Sammy Yatim, the troubled teen gunned down by police on a Toronto streetcar, the topic of how authorities deal with people suffering from mental illnesses had already become a burgeoning issue. The strife began with … Continue reading →

  • Rob Ford memes make the rounds online after Toronto mayor admits to smoking crack

    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has finally come clean, admitting to a throng of reporters on Tuesday afternoon that he has indeed smoked crack cocaine. And just as you'd expect, the Rob Ford memes are quickly making the rounds online. Here are a few of our favourites.

  • Hundreds of new species discovered in Amazon rainforest

    Researchers working in a remote section of the Amazon rain forest have uncovered as many as 441 new species of plants and animals, according to World Wildlife Fund.

  • Must-see videos of the week: Oct. 18

    From a dragon terrorizing the skies of London to an incredible family reunion facilitated by Google Maps, we've seen some great videos this week.

  • Must-see videos of the week: September 20

    From an unfortunate wedding surprise to the rising of the Costa Concordia cruise ship, we've seen some great videos this week. Here are a few of our favourites.

  • Must-see videos of the week: Sept. 13

    From a Spider-Man visit to a spectacular lava flow, we've seen some great videos this week. Here are five of our favourites.

  • Dead shark found in New York City subway car

    Riders on the Queens-bound N train in New York City were surprised when they spotted a dead shark on the floor of a subway car early Wednesday morning. "I board a car that's not terribly full and as soon as … <a href="">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span></a>

  • Smartphone use continues to grow in Canada: survey

    The findings of a recent survey on smartphone use in Canada are sure to surprise very few of us north of the border.

  • Google takes aim at Apple TV with Chromecast

    Google is at it again. The tech giant, which continues to carve out its reputation as the "killer" of Apple products, recently unveiled Chromecast, an HDMI stick that streams music, movies, TV shows — just about anything one can stream … <a href="">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span></a>

  • Calgary flood infographic illustrates the city’s plight

    The City of Calgary has released an infographic that illustrates the devastation of the recent flood that shut down the downtown core and forced mass evacuations in nearby areas. Broken down into four parts — the flood, fallout, response, and … <a href="">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span></a>