One of Canada’s most famous dessert treats, the Nanaimo Bar, was recently featured in the New York Times' online cooking page, and has subsequently sparked a playful online debate about its authenticity among Canadians.
Citizens Helping Addicts and Alcoholics get Treatment said it wants to turn tragedy into positivity, in a letter calling on the province to convert the closed Justice Derek Holder House into a treatment facility.
Small tsunami waves triggered by a series of powerful earthquakes hit the east coast of New Zealand's North Island on Friday and authorities said thousands of residents who had evacuated to higher ground could now return to their homes.
Freezer failures, damaged vials and administrative issues are being blamed for COVID-19 vaccine wastage in Canada, after it was revealed that 1,500 doses of the vaccine went to waste in Ontario during the first three months of the immunization campaign.
Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner has tapped out, say several people who worked closely with Kushner at the White House or are familiar with his thinking and told CNN on background in order to maintain relationships.
An Ontario zoo is being called the worst place for elephants in North America due to practices that are allegedly killing and harming the animals, a new report by an international animal rights organization has found.
Canada's chief medical adviser says her department is constantly receiving and reviewing any data on vaccines and COVID-19 variants and will be ready to quickly authorize needed boosters when they're available.
In October 2020, Miami-based art collector Pablo Rodriguez-Fraile spent almost US$67,000 on a 10-second video artwork that he could have watched for free online. Last week, he sold it for $6.6 million.