Small business owners across Canada are breathing a bit easier as this year’s federal budget toned down some of last year’s dramatic changes proposed to the country’s tax laws.
While experts agree the volatility we’ve seen in the past few weeks is here to stay, they also say there are some Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) out there that can help you weather the storm.
Retailers use a lot of tactics in flyers to get you in store to spend your hard-earned cash, but experts say you need to be savvy to ensure you’re getting the best deal.
Some small coffee shops like HotBlack Coffee are forgoing Wi-Fi to create a sense of community, and it's proving to be a boon for business.
This photo caused an insurance company to revoke a U.S. woman’s insurance policy. Horror stories of people losing their jobs from poorly thought out social media posts aren’t uncommon. If you’re not careful, what you post on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram could also cost you your insurance coverage
Vancouver's overheated housing market isn't just hurting buyers: rental vacancy is as low as 0 per cent in some areas of the city, and tenants are in need of a solution.
Cathy Press, CEO of Chinook Helicopters, was the first woman to become a rated helicopter flight instructor in Canada, but that's not what she wants you to know about her most.
A “shocking” prank video on Twitter by students at an Ontario high school making light of suicide got the attention of their school board, according to local media. The Hamilton Spectator reports the Waterloo Region District School Board spoke to several students from Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute
Vancouver’s fentanyl crisis has been in the headlines for months, but there likely hasn’t been a stronger image of how much of an epidemic it has become until now. Vancouver Police Department Superintendent Michelle Davey shared an image on Twitter of what she said was a pigeon’s nest made out of used
Sixteen-year-old Girl Scout Lucie Myslíková made waves around the world for standing up to a neo-Nazi at a Czech Republic May Day rally.
Australian man Peter Wheatley had one of those moments recently and uploaded dashcam footage of the incident that left him puzzled to Facebook on May 1. In the short minute-long clip, the dashcam makes its way to a traffic light stop in Pakenham, Australia, with another vehicle in front of it. When
Selfies on social media are a dime a dozen, but one photo a couple uploaded earlier this week to Twitter had the Internet in such of a frenzy that it collectively doused itself in holy water.
With over 2.2 million apps in the App Store, customers are showing signs of being overwhelmed, and are turning to messenger apps as all-in-one solutions.
If you’ve ever thought radio-friendly EDM group The Chainsmokers’ hits Closer and Something Like This sound eerily alike, then this new viral video might just put your suspicions to rest. YouTuber John Fassold says he’s cracked the formula to writing Chainsmokers songs, and in a four-and-a-half minute