In parts of Ontario, beer delivery has become the real deal.
The Public Health Agency of Canada has wound down its investigation into an outbreak of E. coli linked to flour produced by Ardent Mills after people across the country became ill.
USA Today had a panel of Canadian travel writers choose their favourite destinations in Canada. It was then turned over to the public in an online vote.
With the rainy cool weather we had this week, some warmer weather on the way will definitely be helpful putting most of us in a good mood!
New emojis are coming our way!
Barbie's boyfriend is getting a makeover. Toymaker Mattel is giving its Ken doll a variety of new looks in hopes the makeovers will move the toys into the modern era.
You might want to think twice in the way you look at using coconut oil.
There is a new drug that will "tan" your skin without exposing you to damaging UV rays.
Father's Day is on Sunday, and it all began in 1909 when a young woman wanted to honor her dad.
“The Most Interesting Man in the World” is giving up beer for tequila.
Actor Jonathan Goldsmith appeared as the sophisticated, eccentric and worldly pitchman for Dos Equis beer for nearly a decade. He’s now promoting Astral Tequila.
In a new ad, the 78-year-old Goldsmith nods at his Dos Equis days by raising a glass of tequila and saying, “I told you I don’t always drink beer.”
Dos Equis announced Goldsmith’s departure from the long-running ad campaign last year. It has continued the campaign with a younger actor.
(photo: Canadian Press)
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