• Jaguars owner Shad Khan unites with players in defiance of Trump

    The NFL owner locked arms while other players knelt during the playing of the national anthem before the Jaguars-Ravens game.

  • Female students at B.C. high school told their T-shirts 'kind of suggestive'

    School officials at Dr. Charles Best Secondary School were not amused. Isabella Chu, 17, said when the time came to take her photo Thursday, the photographer said he was instructed by the vice-principal to tell the female students they had to either turn the T-shirts around, or pull them down so the image wasn't visible in the photo.

  • Here's what could happen if North Korea detonates a hydrogen bomb

    Should the nuclear crisis between the United States and North Korea escalate beyond hurling test missiles and insults like "madman" and "dotard," the list of possible effects is a long and frightening one. It's impossible to predict precisely the effects of a North Korean nuclear blast because so much depends on the type, size and method and elevation of the detonation, says Danny Lam, a Calgary-based defence analyst with a PhD in environmental engineering.

  • Sean Avery savages John Tortorella in new book

    Sean Avery’s new book “Ice Capades: A Memoir Of Fast Living And Tough Hockey” was a must-read the moment it was announced, and it’s every bit the scathing, funny, frequently infuriating celebration of all things Sean Avery as anticipated. It follows his NHL journey from the Detroit Red Wings to the Los Angeles Kings to the New York Rangers to the fiasco with the Dallas Stars through his eventual return to and retirement from the Rangers. It covers all the greatest hockey hits: ‘Sloppy Seconds’ and his NHL suspension, the Avery Rule, his on-ice role as a pest.

  • Bella Gelateria locations in Vancouver sold in bidding war

    A world-class Vancouver gelato business marred by a family feud has sold two of its locations, one of which will be rebranded - despite the sole director recently saying there was "no intention" of shutting down. Bella Gelateria, a $3-million-a-year venture, had three locations: one in Coal Harbour, one in Yaletown and another in the Olympic Village. Last week, the former two were sold in a bidding war in B.C. Supreme Court - Coal Harbour for $1.6 million and Yaletown for $428,000, according to one of the new owners.

  • Brandon teens credited with caring for toddler found alone in the rain

    It was the kind of birthday surprise no one expected. A group of Brandon teens celebrating a birthday came across a crying toddler who was standing in the pouring rain with no jacket or shoes Friday night. The birthday boy's mother, Christina Kinney, got a phone call when her son Cole and his friends were coming back to her house after a quick dinner at a nearby fast-food restaurant.

  • Fergie breaks down in tears after getting some unexpected album news

    After wiping away tears, Fergie said, “I’m going to ruin all my swag credibility right now.”