Mario Rönsch used the internet and a false association with the hacking group Anonymous to spread fake news, sell illegal weapons, and escape questioning by German authorities.
Unless politicians get serious about reaccreditation for skilled immigrants, many newcomers to Canada could see themselves as punchlines to a cruel joke
Each hoax article is exactly the same, except for one important detail.
American adults also think they’re pretty good at spotting fake news.
Can you cut through viral internet BS?
Local councillor Joe Cressy calls the city’s efforts to preserve Kensington “unparalleled,” but rising rents and bylaw enforcement around building code violations have left a different smell in the Market
A national bird, a Tory debate and a LGBTQ2 advisor — all in Canada this week
A historic election, a nationalist would-be leader and a weak climate change deal — all in Canada
Margaret Wente appears to have plagiarized at least four times from three different publications in her recent columns in addition to the two cases of plagiarism outlined in BuzzFeed Canada.
The first witness in the Jian Ghomeshi trial repeatedly said she was assaulted in a yellow Volkswagen. Linda Christina Redgrave, as we now know her, described the car as a “Love Bug,” a “Disney car,” and a “Beetle.”
The conditions of Jian Ghomeshi’s bail were changed to allow him to leave the country and move out of his mom’s house, according to documents obtained by CANADALAND. The former host was seen in Washington, DC on November 6, 2015 after the changes to the bail.
A public dispute between a freelance writer and a recently terminated managing editor at the Walrus has motivated a series of allegations and revelations about the chaotic inner workings of the national literary magazine.
In War-Torn Ukraine, Intolerance and Violence Again...
A dissection of the Canadian breaking news coverage on Alan Kurdi.