This week, Christians around the world marked the start of the Lent season — which means Shrove Tuesday (or Pancake Tuesday) for some, and Mardi Gras for others. The world also experienced some wild weather, including a lake turning pink due to heat in Australia and a tornado tearing through the southern
Michael Cohen gave explosive and controversial testimony in front of the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Reform today, as questions about his credibility struck a chord for members. Cohen is the former lawyer, fixer and confidant of U.S. President Donald Trump and will be going to prison on charges
Canadian astronaut Dr. Robert Thirsk tells Yahoo News Canada what the country's future is in space exploration, and how critical research could help Canadians, too.
This month, Canada is recognizing the achievements of members of our black community as part of Black History Month. To mark this significant occasion, we’ve selected ten Canadians who have helped better our country through their efforts in sports, the arts, politics and activism.
A police officer in Kissimmee, Fla. is being recognized with a Compassionate Police Department Award from PETA after comforting an injured pup this week. The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office Facebook paged posted a photo that shows Deputy Josh Fiorelli sitting with a dog who is partially covered with
2018 was an eventful year for many famous faces. From newsworthy political figures, to dramatic royal events, to stars who shone and fizzled, there were lots of reasons to search for people this year and get their full story. We’ve rounded up the 15 people who were searched the most in 2018 by Yahoo
According to a new study, graduates aren't all getting the reading and arithmetic skills they need for the world of work at university and college.
MaCali Cormier's death at a Santa Claus parade in Nova Scotia this past weekend is one of several accidents at similar events this year alone.
Plant-based foods are increasing in popularity in Canada, and companies, industry groups and the government are all racing to keep up.
Sonder is disrupting the home-stay and hospitality industries, and has its sights set on even bigger things.
A security research discovered a vulnerability in Apple devices back in August, and two months later, Apple has done something about it.
MapleChange, a small Canadian cryptocurrency trading platform, drew ire from investors over the weekend for its sudden departure.
Parent company of Tim Hortons, Restaurant Brands International, reported disappointing sales on its Q3 earnings report today.
This week’s legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada will have an impact on the real estate industry, too: 52 per cent of home owners say they would be less likely to consider a property if they knew cannabis had been grown inside. Considering it is now legal for residents to grow up to four
Canada’s home prices remained flat month-over-month in September, meaning if you’re waiting for prices to drop, you may have to wait a little longer. If you’ve got around $1 million to spend on a home, though, there are plenty of options available for you right now. This week, we look at million-dollar
If you want to see how far $1 million has gone for houses in the past, your wait will soon be over: the Canadian Real Estate Association will soon be posting historical sales information to its website realtor.ca. What’s different? You’ll no longer need a password to access it. Certain regions, like
People looking for a new home in Canada may find themselves disappointed if they are limiting themselves to Canada’s most populous cities and neighbouring suburbs: Richmond Hill, Ont. was recently found to be the least affordable city in Ontario . But if you’re willing to move further out of those hubs
A new survey released Monday by Lift & Co. found that 58 per cent of Canadians don't know where to buy recreational marijuana legally.
The ongoing saga of newly-public housing sale data in Toronto continues: the Toronto Real Estate Board is reminding agents this week that they need to report accurate sales data now that anyone can access it. One listing which was reportedly on the market for $3.1 million was allegedly found to have