Loading cart contents...
View Cart Checkout
Cart subtotal:

Category - Lifestyle

Trudeau defends Statistics Canada move to collect banking info of 500,000 Canadians

Lifestyle

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is defending a decision by Statistics Canada to compel banks and financial institutions to release the personal transaction data of 500,000 people without their consent. Conservative House Leader Candice Bergen grilled Trudeau during question…

St. Albert committee honouring 4 Humboldt Broncos nears fundraising goal

Lifestyle

WATCH ABOVE: A gala was held in St. Albert on Friday night to honour four Humboldt Broncos killed in a horrific bus crash a few months ago. Sarah Kraus reports. – A A + Listen An Alberta city is close to…

Living inheritances are booming in Canada, here’s why

Lifestyle

There are countless ways to make a living but have you ever wondered what some of Canada’s oddest jobs are? A Global News YouTube series called Odd Jobs takes an inside look at a day in the life of someone with a…

Living inheritances are booming in Canada, here’s why

Lifestyle

More Canadians are sharing their wealth with family members while they’re still alive as a way to help relatives buy homes, pay off debt, and enjoy more financial freedom, experts say. “Living inheritances” — money given to children…

An entire town in New Zealand is for sale

Lifestyle, World News

(CNN) — Some people buy houses. Some people buy apartments. Some people, perhaps, buy an entire abandoned town in New Zealand. Lake Waitaki Village, located on the South Island about 180 km (112 miles) north of Dunedin, is up for sale…