The Toronto Police Service is warning the public about an ongoing telephone scam where fraudsters claim to be representatives from a government department or police agency.
This week, one of Canada’s most notable television personalities, Don Cherry, was removed from his position on Hockey Night in Canada. Where do you stand in the controversy?
The Canadian government has issued a travel advisory for Bolivia due to safety and security concerns during protests in the country.
Canadians have been experiencing an influx of scam calls, causing frustrations with telecom companies, government agencies and law enforcement to increase, with demands to stop these fraudsters.
In the world of entertainment, heavy hitter Disney has now launched its own streaming service in Canada, Disney+, and it’s expected to give popular competitors like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video a run for their money.
Whether on email or over the phone, most people have come into contact with a fraudster of some kind. One man in the U.S., known as Pleasant Green on YouTube, is facing these scammers head on.
Canadians airline Swoop is facing criticism after it was revealed that a special needs man was removed from a flight from Hamilton, Ont., to Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
A Toronto journalist who reported on the Barry and Honey Sherman murders, including its troubled investigation, has released a book titled “The Billionaire Murders” documenting the mysterious deaths.
This weekend, much of Canada will be “falling back” to conclude Daylight Saving Time (DST), prompting some to question if the process is even necessary.
A video posted on Facebook shows a woman in Burnaby, B.C. yelling “extremely rude and racist” remarks at several local Shoppers Drug Mart employees.
Just after winning a minority government, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is setting out the core priorities of his next term, while facing questions about the apparent division in Canada following the election.
Pleased or upset by the result of the Canadian election, with Justin Trudeau set to be the country’s prime minister again, one thing most Canadians have agreed on is that the party leaders fell short in their final speeches of the night.
It’s official, Justin Trudeau will continue to hold the title of Canada’s prime minister but has been knocked down from a majority to a minority government.
The Liberals and the Conservatives have been deadlocked throughout the election campaign and Canadians are watching to see which party ultimately comes out on top.
Just days away from the next federal election, questions have started to be raised about the first-past-the-post electoral system, where a party can win without actually winning the majority in the popular vote.
Since the beginning of the election campaign, Conservative leader Andrew Scheer has been telling Canadians that Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau is “not as advertised” and should not be Canada’s prime minister following the election. The Conservative platform highlights its goal to help Canadians “get ahead,” promising to lower taxes for people across the country.
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh has seen a significant surge in support for his personal leadership, while the party is promising to make life more affordable for Canadians, highlighting commitment to invest in a universal pharmacare program.
With only three days to go until federal election day, Canadians need to solidify their vote for the party they feel is best to govern the country for the next four years.
This week, Canada’s six federal party leaders participated in English and French debates, the final opportunity to question each other on their platforms and promises before Canadians head to the polls.
On Thursday evening, all six federal party leaders participated in a French debate to continue to discuss core issues facing Canadians ahead of the Oct. 21 election.
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau boards his campaign plane in Ottawa on Sunday, September 29, 2019. It looks like leader of the Conservative Party and Justin Trudeau’s cargo plane have established a mutual friendship. On Wednesday, Andrew Scheer tweeted a message to the unofficial Twitter account of the Liberal Party leader’s second plane.
Canadians hoping at catch the fan-favourite Hamilton in Toronto are being warned to proceed with caution if planning to buy tickets from reselling sites.
As people around the world hit the theatres to check out the film Joker, critics and audience members alike are questioning whether its dark premise and aggressive presentation can actually be “dangerous” for people to see.