• Whole Foods reverses ban of Remembrance Day poppies amid outrage

    Whole Foods reverses ban of Remembrance Day poppies amid outrage

    Whole Foods has canned a controversial rule barring employees from wearing poppies in honor of Remembrance Day, Canada’s holiday for fallen soldiers, following a cascade of criticism. The
  • Canadians furious as Whole Foods bans workers from wearing Remembrance Day poppies

    Canadians furious as Whole Foods bans workers from wearing Remembrance Day poppies

    Canadians are up in arms after Whole Foods banned its employees from wearing poppies in honor of Remembrance Day, the nation’s holiday for fallen soldiers. The Amazon-owned supermarket chain
  • In Canada, a much criticized family reunification program

    In Canada, a much criticized family reunification program

    Starting October 13, and for three weeks only, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be able to fill out a form to bring their parents and grandparents in as part of a strongly condemned lottery system.
  • Drake used to be a popular teen actor, fans remind Twitter user

    Drake used to be a popular teen actor, fans remind Twitter user

    Drake can definitely act. Thousands of the Canadian rapper’s fans took to social media to roast a Twitter user who expressed astonishment that Drake could act after watching one of his music videos. Twitter users mocked @pktheterrible for his Friday tweet, and posted video clips from the rapper’s previous career as a regular on “Degrassi: …
  • Boeing grounds several 787 jets due to manufacturing defect

    Boeing grounds several 787 jets due to manufacturing defect

    Boeing has found manufacturing defects on some of its 787 long-range airliners in areas where parts of the fuselage are joined together, the latest setback for the aircraft maker whose 737 Max is still grounded after two deadly crashes. The company said Friday that eight planes must be inspected and repaired before they are allowed …
  • How ‘Transplant’ star Hamza Haq shaped Muslim refugee role

    How ‘Transplant’ star Hamza Haq shaped Muslim refugee role

    Hamza Haq graduated from a hired consultant to the star of “Transplant,” a new medical drama premiering Sept. 1 on NBC. In the series, which debuted on Canada’s CTV earlier this year, Haq plays Bashir Hamed, a Syrian doctor and refugee who, through a series of events, finds himself part of the medical team at …
  • Canada Goose cutting production as coronavirus hits sales

    Canada Goose cutting production as coronavirus hits sales

    Canada Goose said Tuesday it would cut production and open fewer new stores this year, as the luxury parka maker tackles the coronavirus-induced strain on its business that has battered sales. The company said it would invest more in its online business to prepare for a busy fall/winter season as reopened retail stores have seen …
  • Paragon Sports says it will stop selling fur after winter season

    Paragon Sports says it will stop selling fur after winter season

    What better time to announce a fur ban than during a heat wave in August? Paragon Sports, New York City’s go-to sporting goods retailer for over a century, has quietly announced that it will no longer sell fur products in its store once the winter season end. “There has been considerable innovation in the non-fur …
  • Warner Bros. sets tentative restart date for ‘Riverdale’, other Vancouver-based shows

    Warner Bros. sets tentative restart date for ‘Riverdale’, other Vancouver-based shows

    There’s good news for fans of “Riverdale,” “The Flash” and “Superman and Lois.” In an exclusive interview with Deadline, Warner Brothers has confirmed that they are tentatively looking at late August to resume filming these shows in Vancouver. Actors would need to arrive two weeks in advance of shooting, during which they would self-isolate as …
  • Adam Schiff: ‘We May All Be Moving to Canada Soon’

    Adam Schiff: ‘We May All Be Moving to Canada Soon’

    House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) quipped Monday that “we may all be moving to Canada soon” when addressing the subject of social media and election meddling, Just the News first reported. Schiff made the remark during George Washington University’s forum on “Social Media Disinformation and Election Interference” as the moderator called on Canadian Member of …