Chinese-Canadian pop star Kris Wu has been detained by Beijing police on suspicion of rape, following an accusation the former member of the Korean boy band EXO lured young women into sexual relationships.
With a series of court victories that bring the end to serious legal crises, with a Broadway show beginning and a Cirque du Soleil show returning after a long pandemic pause, Michael Jackson's business is on the upswing 12 years after the pop superstar's death.
One of Hollywood's biggest talent agencies on Friday hit out at the Disney movie studio in an escalating public dispute over claims by Scarlett Johansson that she had lost money over the release of her 'Black Widow' movie.
Experts are warning that there appears to be nowhere left on Earth where astronomers can view the stars and planets without light pollution caused by low orbit satellites.
Park volunteers patrolling a beach in South Carolina on Wednesday stumbled upon an unexpected surprise: a two-headed baby sea turtle.
For the first time, scientists have been able to directly observe light bending from behind a black hole, something that Albert Einstein predicted would be possible under his theory of relativity.
A new study has found differences in which COVID-19 symptoms are experienced shortly after infection based on age and sex.
A Yale study that found that Canadian clinics were faster than the U.S. to provide opioid treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic highlights the ethical tightrope researchers must walk when studying addiction while using deception in their research gathering.
A Thai hospital morgue overwhelmed by COVID-19 deaths has begun storing bodies in refrigerated containers, resorting to a measure it last took in a devastating 2004 tsunami, as the country grapples with its biggest coronavirus outbreak.
The federal government is tapping the brakes on its plans to phase out pandemic aid programs this summer, deciding instead to freeze benefits at current levels and extend help by an extra month beyond the previously planned end date.
Minister of Indigenous Services Marc Miller announced Friday that the federal government has reached an agreement out of court to settle class-action litigation regarding clean drinking water for First Nations communities across Canada.
Afghan interpreters trying to escape a resurgent Taliban had another challenge Thursday in seeking Canada's help: the email inbox for immigration forms stopped working.
What should have been a roughly four-hour drive for two retired teachers to their new home in Perth, Ont. has turned into a four-week canoeing adventure.
Samantha Ramsdell of Connecticut is the record holder for the world's largest mouth gape for a female. Her mouth gape measures 6.56 centimetres, or about 2.5 inches.
The 202-year-old Arva Flour Mill just north of London, Ont., which has been in the same family for over a century, is up for sale.
Elaine Thompson-Herah broke Florence Griffith Joyner's 33-year-old Olympic record in the women's 100 metres, pointing at the scoreboard even before crossing the line in 10.61 seconds Saturday to defend her title and lead a Jamaican sweep of the medals.
Novak Djokovic came to the Tokyo Olympics aiming for a Golden Slam. He'll leave without a medal and will need some time to recover from a draining performance in extreme conditions that didn't meet expectations.
Simone Biles will not compete in the Olympics finals for two of the four individual women's gymnastics events, vault and the uneven bars, USA Gymnastics said.
The parent company of Tim Hortons says profits more than doubled in its second quarter as revenues across its brands, including Popeyes and Burger King, jumped a whopping 37 per cent.
One of Fox News' most visible advertisers, Mike Lindell and his MyPillow line of products, has pulled commercials from the network over a refusal to air an ad promoting discredited claims of election fraud.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. is urging Kansas City Southern shareholders to vote against the proposed merger with Canadian National Railway Co. because of the regulatory uncertainty of its rival's US$33.6-billion bid.
British Columbia's highest court has upheld the distracted driving conviction of a man who insisted his cellphone was merely wedged between his thigh and car seat when he was stopped by police.
A Saskatchewan auto repair shop is noticing a troubling trend — more catalytic converters are being stolen out of vehicles.
A number of Canadian provinces are making efforts to ramp up the sale of electric vehicle and Quebec is leading the charge.