The SkyDome went back to its original name, Thomas Mulcair shaved his beard and Wolverine's journals turned up in the federal archives, as Canadians indulged in some clever practical jokes for April Fool's Day.
An unlikely royal intervention into Britain's European referendum debate was among the April Fools' stories foxing the world's newspaper readers Friday -- but for U.S. internet giant Google, the joke was on them.
From the world's first dedicated airport lounge for pets to lounge seats that transform into airplane seats and a new name change aimed at mollifying sticklers for spelling, here's an early look at some of the cheeky April Fool's Day pranks from airlines around the world.
No stranger to controversy, Lululemon founder Chip Wilson is raising eyebrows with a development application to build a massive helicopter landing pad at his Vancouver mansion. But neighbours shouldn’t get too worried: it’s a joke.