Men need a good marriage more than women do, why is that?
From hearing voices in sinks to flickering lights, a new film looks at the otherworldly phenomena caused by Sackville's shortwave towers.
The first witness had her credibility heavily attacked by Ghomeshi's lawyer in the high-profile celebrity trial.
It's called "Murdoch Mysteries" and it's a quaint historical police procedure that is better than it has a right to be.
Two of the charges have been dropped by the government, but the fired broadcaster will still have to answer allegations from six women.
The report found evidence that Ghomeshi was "emotionally unpredictable" and would play cruel jokes on his employees, make demeaning, inappropriate, and unwanted comments about their appearance, and not credit them for their work.
Street Cents spent 17 years on the air, but those early, weird years endeared the show to Canadian youth. Several of the show's architects and principal characters share what it was like at the time.
The notorious former Canadian Broadcasting Company host is out on bail and gearing up for what's sure to be a high-profile legal battle.
The Canadian government has a new ad campaign targeted at boomers with the stern message: if your teenager smokes weed, their brain will melt.
The ACLU wants a federal "police czar" to help stop the militarization of law enforcement, but we don't need another cop to tell us the real problem is too many police.
Miles Howe is unarguably the most connected journalist covering the tensions between SWN, an oil company in New Brunswick, and the Mi'kmaq First Nations people who oppose their fracking initiatives. Lately, Miles has been getting himself into legal...