Transport Canada investigates 'racist' song shared in no-fly list office - 10 years after the fact
It took Transport Canada a decade to launch an investigation into claims that a song parody with "racist" and "violent" lyrics about turban-wearing travellers was shared within the department that oversees Canada's no-fly list.
Harvey Weinstein reportedly reaches tentative $25M US settlement with accusers
Harvey Weinstein and the board of his bankrupt film studio have reportedly reached a tentative $25 million US settlement with dozens of women who accused the former Hollywood producer of sexual misconduct.
YouTube will start removing videos featuring racist, sexist insults
YouTube is taking another step to curb hateful and violent speech on its site. The video streaming company said it will now take down videos that lob insults at people based on race, gender expression, sexual orientation or other "protected attributes."
Nativity scene puts baby Jesus in a cage with solar blanket, like would-be migrants to U.S.
The creche displayed outside the Eastminster United Church features an infant Jesus alone in a cold steel cage and swathed in a solar blanket.
1 dead, several people pulled from their cars after multiple vehicle crashes on Ontario highway
One person is dead and stretches of the westbound Highway 401 between Napanee and Brockville, Ont., were closed Wednesday as police dealt with multiple weather-related collisions.
Alberta's energy 'war room' launches in Calgary
Premier Jason Kenney officially launched his government's $30 million war room to fight what it calls misinformation about the province's energy industry.