Barenaked Ladies, Steven Page aim to 'remember the past without getting mired in it' at Junos
It's been nine years since Steven Page abruptly left the Barenaked Ladies and he hasn't been in the same room with the remaining band members since. Yet on March 25, they'll reunite for a one-time performance at the Juno Awards, and there is the potential for awkwardness.
Cambridge Analytica has blurred the line between persuasion and manipulation
For some, the difference between persuasion and manipulation lies in outcome. A person is manipulated if he or she feels shortchanged, whereas persuasion suggests a mutually beneficial resolution. Who decides and determines this, though? And what if the target audience has no idea such efforts are taking place?
Toronto wants the 2026 FIFA World Cup, but there are risks
Toronto has a long-documented love affair with the beautiful game. But should it host the FIFA World Cup?
At Western University, a wellness circle for Chinese international students
In the wake of several student deaths this year, students at Western University have developed a wellness circle.
'Rez Girls' Hockey team pursue reconciliation while chasing a victory
First responders and private firms will test flying drones out of sight
Montrealers show support for U.S. youth leading movement for stricter gun laws
Ottawa shelving million-dollar job app for veterans
Lace up your shoes: new study shows running can keep bones young
'I'm completely fed up,' 85-year-old says of CRA disability tax credit delays
Cool on Friday, but warmer temperatures ahead
Big telcos not required to sell wholesale network access to tower-less rivals, CRTC says
Supreme Court to rule on influence peddling case of former Harper aide
Kellie Leitch tears into rivals for her former riding, suggests they're not 'real' conservatives
Health Canada rejects claim that new radon gas standards put Canadians at risk
Spring gathering a 'time of joy' for Fanshawe's Indigenous students
Tories force all-night votes in bid to force testimony from PM's adviser
Judge rules that North Bay grandparents don't owe child support
From twin fiddlers to an Indigenous supergroup, a musical guide to the 2018 Indspire Awards
Condo fire in southern Vietnam kills at least 13
China says it may hike tariffs on U.S. pork, other goods
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