“Yaaaas” Justin Trudeau rates his internet critics through a series of memes and tweets.
Check out my favourite BuzzFeed video of the week, it's worth the watch!
After the Mike Duffy Senate expense scandal, you would think Canadian politicians would learn their lesson.
Well apparently not, as two of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s more trusted advisers were ordered to repay more than $65,000 in “unreasonable” expenses.
Prince William and his wife, Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte will arrive this Saturday for a week-long tour of B.C. and Yukon.
Their tour will focus on environmental and Indigenous issues.
Traffic mayhem is expected in Toronto this weekend as the Blue Jays head into a sold out Rogers Centre and a make-or-break series against the New York Yankees.
Last month Toronto had a 40-50% chance of winning the division, now they are fighting for the Wild Card. Go Jays Go!!
A 6-year-old boy named Alex wrote a letter to President Obama asking him to adopt the boy from Syria, whose photo circulated around the world after being pulled from rubble and into an ambulance.
Way to go Alex, the world can learn a valuable lesson from you!
Donald Trump isn’t the only one making controversial comments; apparently his son also has no filter as Donald Jr. disgracefully compared Syrian refugees to Skittles this week.
What’s going on with Hillary Clinton? This week she sat down with Zack Galifianakis on his comedy series, Between Two Ferns (hilarious!).
Senator Elizabeth Warren grills Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf calling for his resignation and a criminal investigation.
Will he walk away with 200 million and no accountability?
The Internet erupted this Tuesday within seconds of TMZ breaking the news that Angelina Jolie had filed for divorce from Brad Pitt – but Twitter wasn’t talking about them...
“Brangelina" jokes were complete with Jennifer Aniston GIFS in almost every tweet.
A 6.5 magnitude earthquake strikes offshore in southeast Tokyo this week with no tsunami warming issued by the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre in Hawaii.
Japan's weather agency said there could be slight changes in sea level but no damage to Japan itself.
The Syrian ceasefire is now just a distant memory as bombing intensifies in Aleppo this week.
The bombing campaign in Syria’s rebel-held districts targeted several neighbourhoods and several centers of the award-winning volunteer civil defence group known as the White Helmets. If you have not seen the documentary ‘White Helmets’, it is a wake up call and worth watching.
Yahoo confirmed late yesterday 500 million email accounts have been hacked in 2014.
The data stolen includes names, email addresses, telephone numbers, date of birth and passwords.
McDonald's features a new ad campaign showcasing Montreal Canadiens, Alex Galchenyuk and Brendan Gallagher, in their latest burger battle.
The two dished chirps back and forth after swapping burger creations. Want to try them? McDonald's has added the creations to their menu!
In its first significant product innovation since Coca-Cola Zero, the company introduces Coca-Cola Life to Canada!
The naturally sweetened drink has 50% fewer calories than regular sodas, hoping to offer more choice to Canadian consumers.
Remember looking through the Sears catalogue as a kid and picking out your favourite holiday items to put on your wishlist?
In an attempt to win back the business of consumers, Sears has launched a new wish book in a separate innovation space that is focused on storytelling and digital innovation.
The Trans Canada trail stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean, while heading as far north as the Arctic, says “Hello” in its new “Great Trail” campaign.
The Trans Canada Trail project spans over 24,000 kilometres and connects 400 communities.