The BBC hosted a special debate asking “Is News Failing Women?”, as part of the network’s pledge to represent women in its international news output, at the network’s own theatre in London on Monday.
Ivan Henry, the British-Columbian man who served 27 years in prison when wrongfully convicted of 10 counts of sexual assault in 1983, has come one step closer to seeking justice after reaching an undisclosed settlement with the City of Vancouver.
Thousands packed the downtown streets for the 111th annual Toronto Santa Clause Parade yesterday afternoon.
Egyptian-Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy was the key note speaker for the HSF Real Talks event held at Humber College Tuesday afternoon.
Tim Wolfe resigned as president of Univeristy of Missouri’s following a meeting of the school’s board of curators Monday morning.
Torontonians are experiencing a bout of unseasonably warm temperatures as the month of November starts off with temperatures hovering in the mid to high teens.
Canadian food company Cara Operations Ltd. has suspended a mandatory dress code for Bier Markt female servers, that employees of the chain say was “sexist and discriminatory.”
Extreme rainfall and wind conditions are expected to strike Toronto as the residual storm patterns from Hurricane Patricia move into the Southern Ontario’s weather system.
Quebec City, represented by communications group Quebecor, will make a formal presentation to the NHL Executive Committee on Tuesday afternoon in the final round of bids to land a hockey franchise.
The National Academy of Arts & Sciences (NATAS) is honouring iconic media visionary Ted Turner with the Lifetime Achievement Award at Monday’s 36th Annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards.