Here are the most giftable devices for everyone from fitness buffs to globetrotters.
Canadian leaders gather in Montreal for a ministers' meeting, Airbnb shares some big news and the nominations for the 76th Golden Globes are here.
European authorities crack down on the Italian mob, Glassdoor reveals the top companies to work for in Canada and USA Gymnastics files for bankruptcy.
A Canadian lands on the International Space Station, an oil company takes on climate change and a beloved '90s band is making a comeback.
The latest developments in the Russia investigation, Apple names the top apps of 2018 and a big star is to set to take 'Sesame Street' to the big screen.
A recap of this weekend's G20 Summit, Mexico officially has a new president and a massive hotel chain suffers a major data breach.
What do you really know about palm oil? A banned Christmas ad went viral, leaving viewers with a lot of questions about the commonly used product.
Gifts that will wow the beauty lover on your list, two new size-inclusive (!!) collections and smart workout wear that'll improve your yoga pose.
We've hunted down the best value gift sets to indulge the beauty lover in your life.
Here's what to expect from this weekend's G20, Canada announces sanctions on 17 Saudis and Netflix hikes its prices.
CMHC shares some interesting stats about the rental market, Alberta makes a move to get its oil to the coast and Margaret Atwood has some big news.
The UN released its latest report on climate change, Mississippi heads to the polls and Scotiabank makes a big business decision.
The Weather Network's heeding a winter warning, Amazon and Apple launch free services and a new Judge is threatening Judge Judy's reign.
The first migrant caravan arrived at the U.S. border, GM is closing its Oshawa plant in December 2019, and Donald Glover and Rihanna are making movie magic.
The Keystone Pipeline is one of the most talked-about environmental and human rights issues in Canada today. Here's what you need to know.
A home decor trend that takes cozy to a new level, a Canadian fashion company pivots to beauty and an epic Airbnb location.
Britain and the EU take another step towards Brexit, Ottawa's forcing Canada Post workers back to work and a high-end designer makes a major fashion faux-pas.
What you need to know from Bill Morneau's fiscal update, Interpol's got a new president and IKEA's doing some downsizing.
The government threatens to stop the Canada Post strike, another magazine is going digital-only and LinkedIn follows Snapchat's lead.
Six Canadian students are arrested for sexual assault, Ivanka Trump misused her personal email (seriously) and 'Moulin Rouge!' is heading to Broadway.
A massive oil spill hits the coast of Newfoundland, Elon Musk's Boring Company gets its first storefront and you can now watch movies on YouTube.
Artificial intelligence is changing everything from our cars to our coffee makers, but do humans have any reason to be concerned?
A natural solution to holiday self-care, party-ready lipstick for your next seasonal soiree, and an innovative new way to shop for Canadian art.
America imposes sanctions over the Kashoggi murder, IKEA announces an exciting new initiative and Instagram makes in-app shopping every easier.
Scientists have discovered a new planet, Canada Post extends an olive branch and a new music festival is set to shake things up.
A draft deal for Brexit is on the table, a ceasefire aims to end violence in the Gaza Strip and a major news network is suing the President of the United States.
Israel and Gaza continue to fire rockets at one another, the Democrats flipped another U.S. Senate seat and the entertainment world lost an icon.
The latest on California's deadly wildfires, Canada's getting a new streaming service and another '90s band is going on tour.
In honour of those who fought for our freedom, we're sharing the history of Remembrance Day and what you can do to remember our fallen soldiers.
Fashion labels are feeling nostalgic, a global beauty brand makes a change for the better and the hot ingredient missing from your protein bars.
The latest on the victims of the America's most recent mass shooting, Facebook's getting into the online dating game, and Michael Bublé's going on tour.
Cops bust a Canada-U.S. gun-smuggling ring, Attorney General Jeff Sessions gets the boot and a beloved TV show is getting a movie makeover.
Here's what happened in yesterday's midterm elections, archaeologists in Quebec make a 350-year-old discovery, and 'People' names its Sexiest Man Alive.
Almost 80 students are kidnapped in Cameroon, major U.S. networks pull a commercial approved by POTUS, and Google's willing to block all your bad ads.
The latest from the yoga studio shooting in Florida, Apple's opening a new massive office in B.C. and another musical is getting the movie treatment.
With just two days left until the U.S. midterm elections, we're breaking down everything that's riding on this mammoth vote.
The feds are trying to protect 'vulnerable workers,' Tesla makes a game-changing update to its app, and Google employees walk off the job to protest sexual misconduct.
Statistics Canada might be doing some shady sh*t, the TSX has had a really bad month and your smart vaccuum is about to get a whole lot smarter.
The Liberals want to change how banks operate in Canada, POTUS wants to revoke the 14th Amendment and two Canadian cannabis companies become one.
The World Wildlife Fund's latest report is devastating, IBM invest in Red Hat and Meghan Markle's BFF gets a new gig on 'Good Morning America.'
The latest on Saturday's Pittsburgh synagogue attack, Ireland completes a historic vote and the Boston Red Sox win the World Series.
Halloween wasn't always about costumes and candy -- find out how the holiday got its start, and the history behind some of the traditions.
The latest on the Liberals' updated carbon plan, the U.S. is working on another tax plan, and Apple makes a big TV announcement.
A major hurricane is headed towards Mexico, Trump threatens to withdraw aid over the migrant caravan and eBay has a new plan for used smartphones.
B.C. is about to make a big decision about voting systems that could affect the rest of the country. Here's what you need to know about it.
The latest on the Canada Post strike, Rihanna sticks it to the NFL in support of Colin Kaepernick and American witches put a hex on Brett Kavanaugh.
There's a serious situation going on at the U.S.-Mexico border, Uber's getting into a new business and a '90s TV classic is making a comeback.
A school attack shakes Crimea, Paul Bernardo's parole hearing, and an iconic TV figure calls it quits.
Canada officially legalizes, and we're breaking down the wheres, whats and hows of the law for each province and territory.
Canada officially legalizes recreational marijuana, and we're breaking down the wheres, whats and hows of cannabis for each province and territory.
It's Thanksgiving weekend, and we're giving y'all the history lesson you likely missed in grade school.
It's sports season in Canada! To help you prepare, we're sharing everything you need to know about the NBA, NHL, MLB, NFL and CFL.
Thanks to fairytales, everyone's a little obsessed with royalty — but what do you really know about the world's royal families?
For most, Labour Day signals the official end of summer and the beginning of the school year, but where did it come from and when did it start? We're breaking it down.
It's hard to keep up with the abuse in the Catholic Church. We're breaking down one of the most talked-about and difficult topics of our generation.
Most Canadians don't know a thing about the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada — but we're hoping to change all that.
Have no idea what cryptocurrencies are or how they work? In this week's Long Shot, we're breaking down one of 2018's most talked-about topics.
We're taking a deep dive into the global immigration "crisis" and which governments are handling it well (and which are not).
Are natural disasters actually getting worse? We break down one of the most talked-about (and fatal) subjects of our generation.
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