On a day of celebration in Toronto for the Raptors NBA victory, police in the city have alerted the public about a shooting at Nathan Phillips Square at the heart of the event.
The Lotto Max jackpot has jumped to a never-before-seen $65 million, with 10 additional and separate Maxmillions prizes worth $1 million each.
One woman’s fight to make TripAdvisor more accountable for the places it promotes has come to a victorious end with new safety measures, focused on reporting sexual assault incidents, now in place.
For Star Wars fans and amusement park enthusiasts alike, Disneyland has debuted Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, a history making new land that allows guests to truly live out their own Star Wars story.
From golden lamps to mystical genies and magic carpet rides, the legendary Disney film “Aladdin” has returned to the big screen Toronto-raised actor Mena Massoud leading the way.
After weeks of anticipation, technology entrepreneur Dwayne Williams from Whitby, Ont., has officially claimed his $55 million Lotto Max prize.
Lottery history is being made today that will give Canadians a better chance of coming home a millionaire with a new Tuesday Lotto Max draw.
As many areas in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick continue to fight with historic levels of flooding, a “active” weather system is still on the horizon for many of these flood zones.
Biodegradable bags are turning out to be less effective at breaking down than once thought, and that's just the first issue with recycling in Canada.
On May 3, visitors to Canada’s largest theme park will get to experience the world’s faster, tallest and longest dive roller coaster in the world - Yukon Striker.
Firefighters rushed to the legendary Notre Dame Cathedral on Monday afternoon after a fire broke out at the central Paris landmark. According to local news reports, police have been treating the incident as an accident. The cathedral is best known for being featured in Victor Hugo’s classic novel “The
Whether you’re a seasoned traveller, an airplane newbie or you get particularly anxious on a flight, airline employees have those tidbits of information we could all use before we head to the airport. Have you ever wondered how flight crews make themselves comfortable on the plane?
Domestic and international travellers in Terminal 3 at Toronto Pearson International Airport can now order Uber Eats to the gate before a flight.
lets you create your own Ontario license plate slogan. The concept for this trending tool was sparked by Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s announcement that the Progressive Conservatives want to change the slogan on commercial license plates from “Yours To Discover” to “Open For Business.”
If you’re longing to spend your summer on the beach in the south of France or have a winter getaway to ski the alps, it might be a bit more difficult. The European Union has announced the European Travel Information and Authorization System (EITAS) will take effect in 2021.
Yahoo Canada spoke to Lashana Lynch about what it was like to step into the shoes of Maria Rambeau for this film.
In the wake of Jody Wilson-Raybould’s testimony on the SNC-Lavalin controversy, Conservative leader Andrew Scheer has called for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to resign. “Justin Trudeau simply cannot continue to govern this country now that Canadians know what he has done,” Scheer said.
A woman trudges along on the sidewalk in the midst of a heavy snowfall in Toronto, Ont. on Jan. 28, 2019. The most active weather pattern this week is centered around Toronto, with 8 to 12 cm of snow expected in the city on Wednesday. “Most of it is coming tomorrow…it’s also going to be cold, so it
Much of Canada is currently under snow storm and freezing rain warnings, but it does look like there is relief in sight, at least in terms of precipitation. “I think the weekend looks dry across all of Eastern Canada at this point, even the Prairies,” Brett Anderson, senior meteorologist with AccuWeather
A person walks a dog as heavy snow falls in Vancouver, on Sunday February 10, 2019. Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning for Metro Vancouver with five to 10 centimetres expected in the region beginning Sunday afternoon. After a relatively calm and mild start to 2019, Western Canada has now