Look, when you live in a country that needs ice to play its national sport, finishes 90% of its sentences with the word eh, and has more belief in a coffee chain than its own prime minister, stereotypes are bound...
What does where you live say about you? Apparently a lot. This unique data analytics tool reveals how big data is used to profile Canada's neighbourhoods and provide a snapshot of everything from our buying habits to how we prioritize our time
Representatives from Italy come to town this week, armed with an important message for Canadian grocery shoppers. Don’t be fooled by the knockoffs: there is a major difference between Italian-looking products and the real deal
If you're anything like us, you love Canada. And what's better than a road trip of discovery through the most inspirational doors this country has to offer? The answer, in case you're stuck, is absolutely nothing
Bad news for some, great news for others; strip clubs are now becoming an endangered species in Canada. As a growing number of would-be patrons turn to their electronic devices, a growing number of Canada’s strip clubs are closing their doors
First, the good news: The CRTC has forced cable and satellite companies to offer a skinnier, cheaper basic cable package. The bad news? It's incredibly basic, and will surely struggle to win anyone over who's used to paying zero dollars for their entertainment online
This year’s Juno Awards got us thinking that, more than ever, Canadians are making major waves in both the local and international music scenes. Here are just seven Canadian artists who are on fire at the moment
Statistics Canada has released some pretty depressing news when it comes to the financial state of Canadians. The Canadian household debt burden reached a record high in the final quarter of 2014. For many Canadians, debt is simply growing faster than disposable income