Kardashian fans were tickled by a big reveal: A California government worker is behind a mystery social media handle that's been cranking out droll posts from North West's point of view since Kim's eldest was born seven years ago.
Janet Jackson's ensembles she wore in the 'Scream' music video opposite of her brother Michael Jackson are among the items up for bid in a three-day auction.
The long-delayed and much-hyped 'Friends' reunion will debut on May 27.
Canadian researchers are investigating the authenticity of a message in a bottle allegedly thrown from the Titanic two days before it sank.
China landed a spacecraft on Mars for the first time on Saturday, a technically challenging feat more difficult than a moon landing, in the latest step forward for its ambitious goals in space.
After last week’s ransomware attack on the U.S. Colonial Pipeline, a cybersecurity expert shares different ways Canadians can protect themselves from ransomware attacks and cyber hygiene techniques to secure their information.
Dementia and Alzheimer's disease were the most common comorbidities associated with all of the COVID-19 deaths reported in 2020, according to a new report from Statistics Canada.
Cuba has started a mass vaccination program centred around their 'Abdala' and 'Soberana 02' COVID-19 vaccines, while results from their Phase 3 trials are yet to be released.
Talking on video-conference services like Zoom during the coronavirus pandemic has helped older people stave off the effects of dementia, a new U.K. study has suggested.
Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin has left his role with the Public Health Agency of Canada as the military general in charge of the logistics of Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout and is now the subject of a military investigation.
Advocates, experts and opposition MPs say correspondence showing close communication between the federal Transport Department and the Canadian Transportation Agency around passenger refunds throws into question the independence of the CTA, an arm's-length regulator.
The sudden departure of the senior military officer in charge of Canada's vaccine rollout is unlikely to slow down the high-profile operation, an expert in military affairs said Saturday.
Anna Chojnicka was inspired to turn bruised bananas into works of art while bored in isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic, and she hasn’t looked back since.
Florida's major theme parks are adjusting their face mask policies after the federal government loosened its recommendations as more people get vaccinated for the coronavirus.
The inventor of the adhesive used on one of 3M's best-known products, the Post-it Note, has died, according to the company and his published obituary.
Ontario golfers have been pushing the province to reopen courses ordered closed while the province is under stay-at-home orders, but some observers say access to outdoor recreational facilities serving a wider population should be just as high on the agenda.
The Ottawa woman will attempt to walk two kilometres on her prosthetic legs Sunday morning, raising money for the Ottawa Hospital's Emergency Department and Rehabilitation Centre
A new poll by Leger and the Association of Canadian Studies suggests the country is divided over plans to send athletes from Canada to the upcoming Olympic Games in Tokyo as Japan grapples with climbing COVID-19 cases.
The operator of the largest gasoline pipeline in the U.S. -- hit on May 7th by a ransomware attack -- announced Saturday that it has resumed 'normal operations,' delivering fuel to its markets, including a large swath of the East Coast.
Remote workers in Canada are logging more hours, experiencing more stress, and feeling less engaged with their work, according to a new survey.
Target has announced that it will temporarily stop selling trading cards -- of both the sports and Pokemon variety -- in stores following a recent violent dispute at one of its locations.
Greyhound Canada is permanently cutting all bus routes across the country, shutting down the intercity bus carrier's operations in Canada after nearly a century of service.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission warned Americans Wednesday not to fill plastic bags with gasoline as a fuel shortage strikes the East Coast.
Ford says it is starting to send out over-the-internet software updates to some of its newer models as it moves to offer technology to match electric car maker Tesla.