Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen could face retaliation for revelations

Facebook has recently taken a harsher tone toward whistleblower Frances Haugen, suggesting that the social network giant could be considering legal action after Haugen went public with internal research that she copied before leaving her job earlier this year.

Randy Bachman’s lost 1957 Gretsch guitar found 45 years later — in Tokyo

For 45 years, Randy Bachman tried filling the void left behind by a guitar — the guitar — he strummed some of rock music’s most iconic songs with. He purchased hundreds of other Gretsch guitars, but the former Guess Who guitarist was unable to find that guitar until recently.

Canadian women add 4 games to pre-Olympic hockey slate vs. Alberta junior men’s teams

The Canadian women’s hockey team will play the Alberta Junior Hockey League’s Drumheller Dragons on Oct. 18, Olds Grizzlies Oct. 29, and Camrose Kodiaks Nov. 3 as part of its Olympic preparation before facing the Calgary Canucks Jan. 10 in Calgary.

New data suggests Canada’s ‘gamble’ on delaying, mixing and matching COVID-19 vaccines paid off

New Canadian data suggests the strategy to delay and mix second doses of COVID-19 vaccines led to strong protection from infection, hospitalization and death — even against the highly contagious delta variant — that could provide lessons for the world.

Defeated Tory MP says review of Conservatives’ election loss will examine O’Toole’s performance

The defeated Conservative MP now tasked with determining where his party’s federal election campaign went wrong says he intends to “hit the ground running” within the week — and his work will include an examination of leader Erin O’Toole’s campaign performance.

Before his death, Quebecer behind one of the largest online black markets used offshore accounts to dodge law

The late Alexandre Cazes used shell companies to illegally buy a luxury villa and to acquire citizenship in two countries, according to files in the Pandora Papers leak. At least two of his offshore companies may have remained undetected by authorities, a Radio-Canada investigation reveals.

Canada’s Leylah Fernandez rolls to victory in 1st match since U.S. Open

Canadian Leylah Fernandez is picking up right where she left off. The 19-year-old, playing in her first tournament since a stunning run to the U.S. Open final in September, defeated France’s Alizé Cornet 6-2, 6-3 in her opening match at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, Calif., on Friday.

Judge grants temporary injuction at B.C. logging site, citing economic harm to logging company

Lawyers for Teal Jones appeared in court Friday to argue for an interim injunction against old-growth logging blockades on southern Vancouver Island, while the company appeals a Supreme Court decision that put an end to its original injunction.

Rowdy Tellez uses home run, defence to spark Brewers to Game 1 win in NLDS

Rowdy Tellez spoiled Charlie Morton’s gem with a two-run homer in the seventh inning and threw out a runner at home plate, leading the Milwaukee Brewers over Atlanta 2-1 Friday in the opener of their NLDS. Meanwhile, the Houston Astros claimed a 2-0 series lead on the Chicago White Sox.