Next time you travel, a furry friend might be there to greet you.
Canada's Airports Are Embracing Therapy Dogs
Next time you travel, a furry friend might be there to greet you.
Storm Batters Newfoundland With Tallest Waves On Earth
It's been a long, windy, cold week in Newfoundland, and the weather isn't easing up yet.
Said El Mejdani Prepares Next Generation Oil Sands Workers For Automation
Said El Mejdani is a Fort McMurray high school teacher who wants kids to learn app development and other high tech skills required to find oil sands jobs in the era of automation.
Iceland’s President Regrets The Whole Pineapple-On-Pizza Controversy
Iceland’s president has admitted he went “too far” when he said he wanted to ban pineapple as a topping for pizza in his country. Gudni Johannesson told CBC's "As It Happens" that he'd like to take back his 2017 comments.
'Take Advantage' Of Low Canadian Gas Prices While You Can: Analyst
An analyst with GasBuddy.com says Canadian gas prices have seen a "serious correction" due to falling crude oil prices.
Paul Spring Discusses Impact Of Automation on Canada's Oil Sands
Paul Spring owns a helicopter business in Alberta's oil sands, and he thinks automation could make his job safer.
Steve Kelly Discusses Impact Of Automation On Labour In Oil Sands
Steve Kelly is a heavy-haul truck driver in Alberta's oil sands and he had concerns about the impact of automation on jobs there.
India's Women's Hockey Team Makes History In Canada
India's national women's hockey team made history in Surrey, B.C. on Nov.13 with their first ever match on a Canadian ice rink.
Breaching Whales Bless New Brunswick Couple's Wedding Ceremony
Thankfully, the couple's wedding photographers, Jenn Nauss and Jeff Cooke, were there to capture what they're calling a "once-in-a-lifetime" event on camera.
U.S. Mayor Takes Dying Dog On Vancouver Road Trip
Mura the Japanese wolf dog has terminal cancer. Her owner decided to make her last weeks on Earth memorable.
'Backbenchers' Season 2, Episode 3: Are We Headed To A Federal Ford Fiesta?
It’s been less than six months that Ontario Premier Doug Ford has been in office. So naturally, that means the rumour mill is already swirling about if he has a master plan to become prime minister one day. On this episode of Backbenchers, we explore the relationship between Ford and Conservative leader Andrew Scheer and how the Liberals could be impacted by a rising Ford to the federal spotlight.
McGill Students Vote To Change Sports Teams' Nickname
Students at McGill University in Montreal voted overwhelmingly in favour of changing their sports teams' nickname, the "Redmen."
Video Of Newcomers Reacting To 1st Canadian Snowfall Is Heartwarming
Rebecca Davies filmed the two children, who are part of a family she helped sponsor and bring to Canada, reacting gleefully to the snow in her backyard.
Jonathan Van Ness Gets Beauty Inspo From Meghan Markle
Jonathan Van Ness might be the master of grooming and self-care on Netflix's "Queer Eye," but even he gets beauty inspiration from others. In a new interview, he revealed how the Duchess of Sussex influenced his beauty routine.
Edmonton Senior Turns 90 In Style
He celebrated by crowdsurfing in the freezing cold and riding in a fancy limo.
You Can Now View Canada's WW1 War Efforts In Colour
The Vimy Foundation has released 150 colourized photos of Canada's war efforts during the first world war.
Poilievre Delivers Message To Trump In Question Period
Tory finance critic delivers a message to U.S. President Donald Trump in the House of Commons that was really meant to poke fun at the prime minister.
New Democrats Mock Trudeau Over USMCA Signing Ceremony
NDP MPs Tracey Ramsey and Alexandre Boulerice jab the prime minister for a report stating he won't attend a signing ceremony as long as U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum are in place.
Margaret Atwood Helps Student With Essay Over Twitter
After being stumped by their English teacher's assignment on Margaret Atwood's "The Handmaid's Tale," a student asked Twitter for help and got a surprising response from the author herself.
Gender Stereotypes Hurt Us All. Here's How To Change That
Lee Airton, assistant professor in the Faculty of Education at Queen's University, gives us a breakdown on how the strict gender binary hurts us all and the simple ways we can all shift our thinking to make change.
Elizabeth May Moved To Tears After MS St. Louis Speech
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May joined her federal counterparts to pay tribute to the 1939 voyage of the MS St. Louis and its 907 Jewish passengers on board.
This House In Chile Was Built With Nature In Mind
The residence is on sale for $2 million and it's on a clifftop overlooking the ocean.
Facebook Dating "unlocking" events
Facebook launched its dating feature in Canada on Nov. 8. It allows users to "unlock" dating on events they're attending and groups they're a part of.
How messaging will function on Facebook Dating
Facebook Dating launches in Canada on Nov. 8. The company released this demo of how the messaging function will work. (Video courtesy of Facebook.)
This Is What Facebook Dating Will Look Like
Facebook Dating launches in Canada on Nov. 8. This is how it works. (Video courtesy of Facebook.)
What is Diwali?
Diwali, the festival of lights, is celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains in India and around the world. It takes place during the seventh month of the Hindu calendar, which generally falls in either November or December. Here's a quick refresher on what Diwali is about, and how it's celebrated.
These Will Be The Top Baby Names In 2028
Nameberry has predicted the most popular baby names of 2028 based on U.S. Social Security data of more than 30,000 monikers.
10 Things To Do Before You Die
Canadian Audrey Parker had an assisted death on Thursday surrounded by friends and family. In her obituary, she wrote 10 things she did that helped her have a fabulous end-of-life experience.
His Marriage Plans Gone, This Canadian Went On The Adventure Of A Lifetime
Radu Paltineanu was about to graduate from McGill University in Montreal and start a career in software engineering, but life had other plans for him.
Liberal MP Calls Climate Change An 'Existential Challenge'
A Liberal MP called climate change an “existential challenge” in question period on Nov. 2, 2018 after the government was pressed by the NDP to escalate its plan to address global warming.
Want To Invest In Pot Stocks? Here's What You Need To Know
Did you miss the boat on investing in cannabis? HuffPost Canada's senior business editor, Daniel Tencer breaks down what you need to know about putting your money in pot stocks.
There’s A Reason Meghan Markle Always Wears Blue
The Duchess of Sussex consistently turns to one particular colour for many of her royal engagements: navy blue. And according to one colour psychology specialist, there’s a specific reason for this.
Calgary (Unofficially) Has The Best Library In Canada
Calgary's New Central Library opened its doors to the public on Nov. 1, 2018, inviting visitors to enjoy the building's stunning architecture and wide variety of free programs and features.
Western Canada Says Goodbye To Greyhound
The bus carrier ended service to the western side of the country on Oct. 31, leaving many rural and northern communities scrambling for other options.
Canadians Mourn Pittsburgh Synagogue Attack Victims
Vigils were held across the nation following a mass shooting that left 11 dead and six injured at a Pittsburgh synagogue.
Libertarian Leader On What It's Like To Lead A Small Party
Libertarian Party Leader Tim Moen spoke to HuffPost Canada about what it's like to be at the helm of a smaller federal party.
What's New On Netflix Canada For November 2018
Season 6 of House of Cards is here! Season 6 of House of Cards is here! Season 6 of House of Cards is here!
Humans Are Driving World's Wildlife 'To Extinction': WWF
The World Wildlife Fund has released a report that says the world's wildlife populations have dropped by 60 per cent in the last four decades.
Backbenchers Season 2, Episode 2: Prepare For A 'Nasty' Campaign In 2019
Can you believe we are just one year away from the next federal election? In this episode the backbenchers dive in to the messaging that you might hear from each party. The episode also features a sit-down with a federal party leader where things get… a little catty!
Ontario Mother Meets Son Decades After Alleged Abduction
Lyneth Mann-Lewis was able to find her son 31 years after his father allegedly abducted him.
Did You Know Alberta Is Likely Birthplace Of ‘Trick Or Treat’?
Kids across North America love to yell "trick or treat", but did you know that the phrase may have come from Southern Alberta? The Blackie Times newspaper was the first to print the popular cry, when it wrote about the mischief occurring on Halloween in 1927.
Liberal MP Roasts Floor-Crossing Conservative On Climate Change
Sean Fraser was ready with a witty response when Tory MP Leona Alleslev rose to question the government's carbon plan.
Photo Series Aims To Change Perception Of Down Syndrome
To mark World Down Syndrome Awareness Month in October, Canadian photographer Hilary Gauld-Camilleri launched a photo series to show that kids with the genetic disorder can lead "rich and full" lives.
What To Know About Cannabis And Credit Cards
Credit card purchase history is fair game for border officials. That might be a problem for cannabis consumers in Canada.
What Every Canadian Should Know About Flying With Weed
Whether you're flying internationally or domestically makes a huge difference on whether you can carry pot on the plane.
NDP MP Offers 'Simple Plan' To Get Out Of Saudi Arms Deal
Charlie Angus calls on the feds to scrap the deal and tell the Saudi Crown prince to "stuff his objections."
Manitoba Makes Lonely Planet's 'Best In Travel' List For 2019
Lonely Planet has named Manitoba in its 'Best In Travel' list for 2019.
Montreal's Oldest Subway Cars Aren't Going To Waste
The MR-63 cars were in operation for 52 years. Now they've been retired and will be serving a different role in the community.
DIY Glamour Puss Makeup By Besos
Who needs a Halloween costume when you're makeup game is this on point? Makeup artist Besos shows you how to pull off this fierce look in under 90 seconds.
Michael Bonacini’s Tagliolini aglio e olio With Parmigiano Reggiano Is One Delicious Mouthful
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