When Rowan Williams discovered that Starbucks was relaxing its dress code, she immediately took action. "I ran to Shoppers, grabbed myself some purply-blue dye, made a mess of my bathroom," says the store manager of a downtown Toronto Starbucks, ...
Real estate industry watchers applauded a surprise move by the B.C. government to tax foreign home buyers in the Vancouver region and urged politicians in Canada's other hot housing market - Toronto - to follow suit.
Ultimately, that question could be decided by an Alberta court after the Notley government started legal action Monday to try to stop utility companies from unloading unprofitable power purchase arrangements (PPAs) on to consumers.
A gay M�tis Albertan is getting attention for a pro-oilsands ad he posted on Facebook that says lesbians are "hot" and questions why Canada buys oil from countries "that butcher gays and lesbians.
The rows of high-tension wires strung close together along the sides of the High Level Bridge are meant to deter people who might be contemplating suicide.