Listeners of the popular Canadian morning radio show, Metro Morning on CBC Radio One, heard a new voice co-hosting the show last Friday with regular host Matt Galloway. Thirteen-year-old Clare Meurice won a contest to land the one-day hosting gig.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Washington, DC recently. It was the first time a Canadian PM has paid an official visit to an American President in 20 years. It was an historic occasion.
Barbie dolls have a particular look to them. They’re thin, tall, long-legged… and virtually unlike any real human being.
The Denver Broncos won football’s ultimate prize on Sunday: the Superbowl. It was the 50th anniversary of the big game that is held every year at this time.
The stars look very different today.
David Bowie, one of the world’s most famous musical artists, has passed away at the age of 69, from cancer.
This year, the word of the year isn’t a word at all. It’s a picture. Or, more correctly a pictograph. It’s also known as an emoji.
People around the world are expressing encouragement and support for the people of France. In particular, for the people in its capital city, Paris.
Ahmed Mohamed is a bright, well-spoken and creative grade 9 student in Texas. One of his favourite things to do is invent and build things. He once built himself an extra long-life battery charger for his cell phone. Recently, he built a clock.
Young movie lovers are uniting in Toronto this week with the return of the TIFF Kids International Film Festival.
The festival is celebrating its 18th year and highlights some of the world’s best cinema geared for kids aged three to 13.
Now, kids with autism can have a better experience going to the movies.