While bars, theatres and stages across the world have closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, a Toronto woman is going on with the show by hosting a livestream circus act from her home.
With barber shops and hairdressers closed, social media is being inundated with images of people posting their lopsided, patchy and sometimes downright mangled hairdos.
Humane Canada, which represents humane societies and SPCAs across the country, is urging Canadians to consider their pets as part of their emergency preparedness.
Many people are turning to baking as a way to keep busy during the COVID-19 pandemic – so much that grocery stores are now facing shortages of key baking ingredients, such as yeast. Thankfully, many are sharing their DIY recipes online.
Premier Doug Ford has added the Easter Bunny to the province’s list of essential workers following pressure from Mayor John Tory.
A couple living under quarantine in the U.K. has taken boredom to new levels after creating an elaborate art museum for their pet gerbils.
As of Monday, April 6, provinces are beginning to roll out their remote learning programs, adding to the list of new things parents and students will have to adapt to.
A marriage registry official in China said he saw a quarantine-related spike in divorces, but experts say there is unlikely to be a 'baby boom' after the coronavirus pandemic.
Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil’s folksy way of telling residents to stay home has become an unofficial provincial rallying cry, inspiring viral songs, memes, and clothes.