The Raptors return to Toronto, Ottawa shares more details about its first-time homebuyers' program and a new 'Hunger Games' is on its way.
The latest from Hong Kong, South America gets hit with a massive blackout and the NDP outlines its 2019 federal election campaign.
The Raptors are NBA champions, two oil tankers are attacked in the Gulf of Oman and Taylor Swift reveals the details of her new album.
The St. Louis Blues win the Stanley Cup, President Trump asserts executive privilege and a Spice Girls movie is on its way.
Two new climate reports paint a grim picture, the CEO of SNC-Lavalin is out and Netflix partners with three Indigenous organizations in Canada.
The Raptors fall to the Warriors in game five, the Liberals announce a plan to ban single-use plastic, Google Maps and Waze get much-needed updates.
The Royal Canadian Legion announces a new anti-hate policy, protestors take to the streets in Hong Kong and the latest news from E3 2019.
Two Canadians are kidnapped in Ghana, the government plans a new social media program, and the Obamas have another new venture.
YouTube makes a big move, Amazon makes some major announcements, and another celebrity biopic is on its way.
The U.S. imposes new travel restrictions on Cuba, Forbes releases its list of 2019's richest self-made women and the lineup for the iHeart Music Fest.
POTUS touches down in the U.K., Amazon announces a new streaming video service, and Apple makes a big change to its services.
The MMIWG releases its report, YouTube changes its Canadian operations and the Raps lose game two.
The Raptors stun the Warriors, New Hampshire overturns the death penalty and JK Rowling announces new Harry Potter books.
Robert Mueller breaks his silence on the Russia investigation, SNC-Lavalin is going to court, and Boy George is getting his own biopic.
More twisters hit America's Midwest, Ottawa wants to change the citizenship oath, and 'Sports Illustrated' finds a new home.
Two former Liberal MPs are running as Independents, Israel's parliament votes to dissolve itself and Asus reveals a new fancy laptop.
Europeans go to the polls, Theresa May steps down and the big winners from the Cannes film festival.
Wildfires threaten northern Alberta, a mass exodus hits the Austrian government, and a star athlete is getting his own shot.
Canada's getting a big shipment of trash, Amazon votes against reducing its carbon footprint, and Uber Eats could be making a major change.
Wildfires threaten northern Alberta, a mass exodus hits the Austrian government, and a star athlete is getting his own shot.
The U.S. and Canada make a big announcement, Ford is cutting 10% of its salaried workforce and Whitney Houston is coming back to life — kind of.
Happy May 2-4! We're sending you into the long weekend with news stories that'll put a smile on your face.
The world comes together to take on terrorism in tech, Britney Spears may be done with music, and the Raptors bring the heat to Milwaukee.
The most restrictive abortion law in the U.S. has been approved, Facebook reveals another security bug, and Bayer is in big trouble.
The NDP unveils its climate plan, Apple's in hot water over App Store fees, and West Jet has a new owner.
Kawhi clinches the NBA conference finals, the U.N. makes a pact on plastic pollution and Google invests in Canadian students.
North Korea makes a bold move, Uber's in big trouble ahead of its IPO and the winner of yesterday's Kentucky Derby.
A massive storm threatens millions in India, Facebook bans some high-profile hate-fuelled accounts and Kanye West is trying his hand at TV.
Trying to set the record straight on the Mueller report, the future of personal security is here, and all the winners from the Billboard awards.
Facebook makes major changes to its networks, Moosehead is getting into the marijuana business and the nominees for the 2019 Tony Awards.
An ISIS leader makes his return, the TV gets turned upside down and the world loses a history-making Hollywood director.
Flood waters threaten homes across Ontario and Quebec, the president of the NRA is pushed out and Canadian curlers are bringing home some hardware.
The government's going after Facebook, Putin and Kim meet in Russia and Joe Biden's officially running for president.
The Boy Scouts of America is in big trouble, Canada holds its key interest rate in place and 'People' names its most beautiful people for 2019.
The PC Party wins in P.E.I., POTUS is going to see the Queen and Canada loses its shot at bringing home the Stanley Cup.
New sanctions for countries importing oil from Iran, a massive earthquake hits the Philippines and the Jonas Brothers announce a new album.
Bombings ravage Sri Lanka, Ukraine has a new president and rising water levels force evacuations on the East Coast.
The U.S. is reinforcing a law from 1996, "Time" magazine reveals its 100 most influential people and Mike Myers is coming back to TV.
The results from Alberta's election, Qualcomm and Apple make a deal, and a big movie star heads to TV for the first time.
One of Paris's most prized structures damaged in a massive blaze, Best Buy makes history and Microsoft is taking on Apple — again.
A primer for Alberta's provincial election, another retailer announces store closures and a big moment for air travel.
A coup in Sudan, South Korea gets rid of its abortion ban and LinkedIn gets reactions.
The reality of Canada's opioid crisis, a new human species is discovered in the Philippines and details of Disney's new streaming service.
The results of Israel's parliamentary elections, Putin's got a new plan for the Arctic and 'Game of Thrones' is releasing its first soundtrack.
The EU releases new ethical guidelines for AI, there's a new terrorist organization in town and 'The Walking Dead' is getting another spinoff.
Canada's job market takes a hit, another White House official resigns and the winners from last night's Country Music Awards.
The Mormon church makes a surprise (but welcome) change, the nominees for the Billboard Awards and Adidas announces a new A-list collaboration.
The Great Barrier Reef is in serious trouble, a new music festival takes a cue from the '90s and NATO takes on Congress.
Two Liberal MPs get the boot, Whole Foods is cutting its prices and the Oscars are in trouble with the U.S. government.
Canada's climate is changing fast, Gmail introduces some slick new features and a Canadian pop star announces a new album.
The federal carbon tax kicks in today, hackers discover a security flaw in Teslas and a recap of the Canadian Screen Awards.
Israel's expecting a rocky weekend, Wow Air leaves passengers stranded and an iconic '80s movie is headed to Broadway.
There's still a serious gender pay gap, Seth Rogen's getting into the weed biz, and 'Sex and the City' is getting a spinoff.
Prosecutors drop all charges against Jussie Smollett, McDonalds buys a tech company and Huawei unveils some crazy cool new devices.
Everything you missed at Apple's big event, lawyer Michael Avenatti is arrested and another major musical biopic is on its way.
The Mueller report is finally here, a huge sports star announces his retirement and another top tech company is going public.
The DOJ opens a criminal investigation into Boeing, Facebook doesn't know how to securely store information and Schitt's Creek comes to an end.
Sh*t's hitting the fan in Ottawa, Tim Hortons rolls out its new loyalty program and Mindy Kaling is coming back to TV.
The federal government releases its 2019 budget bill, Instagram launches in-app shopping and Google gets into the gaming biz.
A massive tropical storm wreaks havoc on southeast Africa, a gunman opens fire on a train in the Netherlands, and more political changes in Canada.
An international school walkout for climate change, Shawn Mendes sweeps the Junos and Snapchat has big plans to pivot.
Mass shooting in New Zealand, Coca Cola is trying to rid the planet of plastic and the highlights from the iHeartRadio Music Awards.
The battle against ISIS is almost over, pot continues to be a hot commodity and a Fox News host is in the line of fire — again.
Brexit is dealt another blow, two major stars are arrested as part of a college admissions scam and Britney heads to Broadway.
Trump reveals his 2020 budget proposal, Boeing finds itself in big trouble and Jay Z and Beyonce are being honoured again.
The latest on the fatal plane crash in Africa, America gets its first look at Democratic candidates and a huge star gets a huge diamond ring.
The U.S. government needs more space to house migrant children, SiriusXM has big plans for Pandora and Clusterfest announces an epic lineup.
What you missed in Gerald Butts testimony, Rogers has a new option to give you the newest phone and Comedy Central heads to YouTube.
The federal government is facing another lawsuit, 'Forbes' releases its list of the world's billionaires and Ottawa's Bluesfest is going big for 2019.
Big Tobacco's in big trouble, another Liberal cabinet member resigns and the world loses a '90s heartthrob.
Meng Wanzhou goes after the Canadian government, two tornadoes kill at least 25 in Alabama and a beloved '90s movie is getting reimagined for the small screen.
The NoKo-U.S. summit ends without a deal, Martha Stewart is getting into the weed business and a '90s favourite is heading to the small screen.
Two testimonies with big repercussions, the president of HBC calls it quits and a major player gets cut from the entire CFL.
Cuba votes in a new constitution, Ontario's getting a revamped healthcare system and the House pulls the plug on POTUS's national emergency. ]]>
The results from yesterday's special by-elections, the U.S. imposes more sanctions on Venezuela and an innovative new device from Sony.
Everything you missed at last night's Oscars, a new development in the Trans Mountain pipeline case and the latest details on R. Kelly's arrest.
Developments in the SNC-Lavalin scandal, another Canadian company's closing up shop and one of our most famous athletes announces his retirement.
The CRTC confirms that telecom companies are up to no good, Samsung unveils its latest lineup and the Academy of Country Music reveals its 2019 nominees.
The latest issue with POTUS's presidential plans, another retail chain is going out of business and the loss of a fashion legend.
The crisis in Haiti is getting worse, there's another development in the SNC-Lavalin scandal and BlackBerry gets a boost from the federal government.
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.
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.