It's the first long weekend of 2019 (for most of us), which means we're sharing this week's top feel-good news stories.
Paul Manafort's plea deal gets thrown out, an iconic fashion brand files for IPO and a world-renowned company wants to reinvent the movie theatre experience.
The Senate unofficially releases its findings on its Russia investigation, "El Chapo" is found guilty, and David Spade announces a return to TV.
The Prime Minister's Office is under investigation, a huge winter storm is heading north and Tim Hortons has big news for loyal customers.
The winners and losers from last night's Grammy Awards, Amazon second-guesses its HQ2 location and a famous Olympian calls it quits.
Democrats unveil a new climate change proposal, Airbnb is getting into the transportation biz and Jeff Bezos brings the heat to the 'National Enquirer.'
NASA offers another scary report about climate change, House Democrats expand the Russia investigation and more performers for the 2019 Grammys.
Everything you missed in Trump's State of the Union speech, Canada's having a major issue with mortgage growth and the Maple Leafs lock in a star player.
The Canadian government coughs up cash to help Venezuela, Starbucks comes up with a charitable initiative and Goop makes its Netflix deal official.
The New England Patriots win the Super Bowl (again), Canada loses a business legend and more movie awards have been handed out.
The U.S. government makes a massive drug bust, Ritual announces big plans to expand and our favourite Canadian crooner is heading back to TV.
This is how many Canadian women were murdered in 2018, Samsung's revolutionized phone storage and a Canadian icon is getting the movie treatment.
Bruce McArthur admits to killing eight men, Waze figures out a way to work without GPS and this year's Juno nominees.
A new report takes aim at the food industry, the sentencing hearing begins in the Humboldt Broncos case and Apple's working on a not-so-secret project.
The U.S. government is open again, a Trump ally is indicted and the winners from last night's SAG Awards.
The U.S. fails to end the government shutdown (again), Nokia makes a big deal with the feds and E.L. James is back with a new book.
Venezuela kinda has a new president, Shopify is getting into the production business and another popular musician is heading to Las Vegas.
Canada's food guide gets a makeover, SCOTUS makes a controversial devision and the Academy announces this year's Oscar nominees.
The rich and powerful gather in Davos, sad news for fans of The Ordinary, and Wu-Tang comes to the small screen.
The migrant crisis between Africa and Europe intensifies, Tesla is on shaky ground and R.Kelly gets some comeuppance.
The feud between China and Canada intensifies, extreme winter weather is coming and yet another hack exposes millions of email passwords.
The RCMP is officially under watch, Trump promises backpay to workers hurt by the shutdown and Canadians hit the court at the Aussie open.
Brexit fails its most important vote yet, Facebook tries to make nice with media and Hollywood says goodbye to the star of "Hello, Dolly!"
China hands a Canadian the death sentence, Trudeau completes his cabinet shuffle and Chris Pratt is off the market.
Israel shuts down a threat to its borders, Ontario's pot license lottery leaves a lot to chance and Missy Elliott makes history.
The pipeline blockade in Northern BC is open, a steel company gets a big cheque from Ottawa and the Oscars are going hostless.
Stargazers discover a new planet, the Bank of Canada makes its first interest rate decision of 2019 and Jeff Bezos is heading to divorce court.
POTUS tries to defend the government shutdown, Canadians unite in support of First Nations, and Google makes some major updates.
A Venezuelan judge defects to the U.S., flying cars are becoming a reality and the lineup for the Governors Ball music festival.
We're back with the latest on the U.S. government shutdown, Malaysia's king decides to call it quits and Apple and Samsung are making nice.
Since we need more than a day to recover, our first newsletter of 2019 is a look back — at the best WTFs of 2018.
It's the last Friday before Christmas, so we're doing something we don't do too often — we're spreading good cheer.
The U.S. is pulling its troops out of Syria, Shoppers is getting into the injection business and the world gets its first look at the new live-action 'Aladdin.'
The feds extend a billion-dollar olive branch to Alberta, the news on our new drunk driving laws, and Hollywood loses one of its most treasured stars.
The latest report on Canadian real estate, a new federal bill could improve air travel and an NBA team puts a female in its front office.
UN member countries sign a climate agreement, another young CEO is dead from an apparent drug overdose and 2018's newly crowned Miss Universe.
Bomb threats cause chaos around North America, Ontario makes a big change to its pot plans and the 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees are announced.
Another Canadian goes missing in China, Trump's lawyer is sentenced to three years in prison and Google's Play Store gets a much-needed update for the holidays.
Trump throws a tantrum over the border wall, 'Time' magazine names its person of the year and a morning show icon announces her retirement.
China's really upset about a tech exec's arrest in Vancouver, Google suffers a massive data breach and the nominees for the Critics' Choice Awards.
The latest from this weekend's GCC Summit, the Canadian government does the shuffle and a big chain is getting in on the booming cannabis business.
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.
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 Canadian lands on the International Space Station, an oil company takes on climate change and a beloved '90s band is making a comeback.
A recap of this weekend's G20 Summit, Mexico officially has a new president and a massive hotel chain suffers a major data breach.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.