A heavy rainstorm hit Toronto, flooding the streets and submerging cars on the road.
Toronto Got Caught In Some Intense Rain
A heavy rainstorm hit Toronto, flooding the streets and submerging cars on the road.
Toronto And Vancouver Are Hotspots For Women Entrepreneurs
Toronto and Vancouver ranked among the top 20 cities for female entrepreneurs to thrive in.
Apple Previews New Emojis Coming This Fall
Happy World Emoji Day! The new icons give representation to people with disabilities and also add a variety of skin tones and customization options to the handholding emoji.
Here Are The Canadians To Root For At This Year's Emmys
Beloved Canadian comedy "Schitt's Creek" and "Killing Eve" actress Sandra Oh nabbed multiple Emmy nominations on Tuesday.
Tornado Touches Down In Southern Alberta
A small tornado touched down near Crossfield, Alta. on July 14, and witness captured some stunning images and videos on social media.
Legally Buying Weed In Canada Will Cost You 80 Per Cent More
A new study from Statistics Canada found that legal dispensaries charge an average of 80 per cent more per gram than illicit weed sources.
5 Canadian Facts About The 1st Moon Landing
Canadians did a lot behind the scenes: from making sure the mission's three astronauts were healthy, to working on the spacecraft that got them to the moon.
When You Read A Word Before You Hear It
Hyperbole? Epitome? What word did you read first before you realized you've been pronouncing it wrong the whole time?
Man Survives Being Swept Over Niagara Falls
He's not the first person to go over the falls. Some people make it, others don't.
Arcade Fire's Frontman Is Officially A Canadian
Win Butler took his oath of citizenship, officially making him a Canadian. The band's frontman has spent half his life in Montreal, where he met his wife and bandmate, Regine, and studied at McGill.
The Many Ways Canada's Airline Shakeup Could Shaft Travellers
Buckle up! Canada's airline industry is in for massive change thanks to Air Canada's likely purchase of Air Transat and Ottawa's controversial air passenger bill of rights. And as HuffPost Canada's senior business editor Daniel Tencer points out, this shift in the market is likely to cause heavy turbulence for Canadian travellers.
5 Times Jean Chretien Reached Peak Jean Chretien
Canada's 20th prime minister may be well into his 80s but that hasn't hampered his lust for life.
Ryan Reynolds, Donnie Yen Bring Some CanCon To The Bottle Cap Challenge
Hong Kong action star Donnie Yen wore Raptors gear as he took on the bottle cap challenge, while actor Ryan Reynolds used the challenge to promote his gin company.
All The CanCon In The Taylor Swift/Scooter Braun Drama
Taylor Swift called out talent manager Scooter Braun in a withering Tumblr post June 30, 2019, after he acquired her former record label, Big Machine, and with it, her previous master recordings. Canadians Justin Bieber and Braun’s wife, Yael Cohen Braun, got involved in the ensuing drama that played out online.
Canadians Have A History Of Breaking Neat World Records
Several Canadians are listed in the Guinness World Records, past and present.
Vancouver Aquarium Named Rescue Seals After Prince Harry And Meghan Markle
Meet Prince Herring and Meghan Mackerel! The two baby seals were rescued separately in southern B.C., and are now spending their days at the Marine Mammal Rescue Centre at the Vancouver Aquarium.
Protester, Grad Scuffle At Edmonton Student Climate March
Tensions flared on the steps of the Alberta legislature when a climate justice protester was interrupted by a high school grad, who was posing for photos in a group nearby.
The Indigenous History Behind Your Favourite Canadian Tourist Spots
Canada was built on many, many Indigenous territories. Here are the traditional lands you might set foot on if you visit places like Banff National Park and Parliament Hill this Canada Day weekend.
Vancouver, Toronto Drop In Global Cost of Living Rankings
The drop is a good thing. It means the cities are comparably cheaper to live in now than they were last year.
Lego Version Of Kawhi Leonard's Buzzer-Beater Is Incredible
Jared Jacobs says he spent almost 40 hours recreating Kawhi Leonard's now-legendary buzzer-beater against Philadelphia.
David Saint-Jacques' Highlights From Space Are Out Of This World
The Canadian astronaut set a handful of records while on a mission aboard the International Space Station.
Lizzo’s Wedding-Themed BET Performance “A Marriage Of Self-Love”
Lizzo is rapidly rising to fame, thanks to her musical talent and empowering messages of self-confidence and body positivity. The pop star embodied self-love, broke out her flute and charmed Rihanna in her performance at the BET Awards on Sunday.
Raptors Coach Hits The Stage With Arkells
Toronto Raptors head coach Nick Nurse joined the band Arkells on stage during a show in Toronto. Together they jammed out to Stevie Wonder's hit "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours".
Toronto Gets Loud At Annual Dyke March
Lesbians and their allies took to Toronto’s streets as part of the city’s 2019 Pride festivities. Marchers danced, chanted and held up signs as they lit up Toronto’s streets the day before the LGBT Pride Parade.
Meet Two-Spirit Powwow Dancer Nenookaasi Ogichidaa
Nenookaasi Ogichidaa is an activist, dancer, artist, partner and mom. As a "Black-nish" two-spirit person, they're forging their own path to pave the way for others.
Everyone Bow Down To This Kid's Amazing Powwow Moves
A seven-year-old stole hearts at a Saskatchewan two-spirit powwow.
How This Queer, Single Parent Is Reclaiming The Word ‘Mom’
Kyisha Williams explains how internalized homophobia left her feeling she had to choose between her sexuality and raising a family. Now she's hoping to change the way queer parenting is viewed by society and challenging gender norms for her daughter.
Why The Social Media Giants Could Be In Big Trouble
We don’t want social media spying on our conversations, but we also want them to spot and stop hatred from spreading online. These are among many issues boiling over for social media giants. Activists, politicians and users are demanding answers and action from the tech companies. HuffPost Canada’s senior business editor, Daniel Tencer tells us how social media companies created the problems they now have to fix.
Ghost Killer Whale Spotted In B.C.
A juvenile white orca has been spotted in B.C.'s waters. New drone footage shows another look at its life.
A Bylaw Officer Took Down A Pride Flag In B.C., Neighbours Put Up More
A pride flag was mistakenly taken down by the Township of Langley. The neighbourhood responded by hanging a whole lot more.
Canadian Astronaut David Saint-Jacques Is Coming Back Home
Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques is making his way back home after six months aboard the International Space Station.
2 Canadian Schools Make List Of World's Top 50 Universities
The QS World University Rankings for 2020 are out, and two Canadian schools have made the top 50 institutions.
Toronto Raptors' Summer Diet Sounds Heavenly
Toronto Raptor Serge Ibaka asked his teammates what junk food they were looking forward to eating the most, now that they're NBA champs and the season is over.
Federal Government Approves Trans Mountain Pipeline Project (Again)
The federal government has given the green light to the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, nine months after a court halted its construction and ordered a more substantial review of its impact.
Tories 'Playing' With Lives Of Future Generations In Carbon Price Fight: Grit MP
Liberal MP Mark Gerretsen calls out Tory environment critic Ed Fast over a motion calling for the carbon tax to be scrapped.
Elizabeth May Says Climate Debate Happening In Era Of 'Extreme Cognitive Dissonance'
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May points out the irony of adjourning an emergency climate debate for a month.
Toronto Police Arrest 3 In Connection To Raptors' Parade Shooting
Toronto Police Services say they have three people in custody following a shooting that left four other people with non-life-threatening injuries.
Gunfire Erupts At Toronto Raptors’ Parade
Toronto Police Services say they have two people in custody following a shooting that left two other people with non-life-threatening injuries.
Raptors' Fandemonium Brings Toronto To A Standstill
The Toronto Raptor's NBA championship parade is here and city is going absolutely wild.
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