• Princess Eugenie is engaged to longtime love Jack Brooksbank

    Princess Eugenie and her long-term boyfriend Jack Brooksbank have given the world another royal wedding to look forward to! The longtime couple are happily engaged, and the royal's dad Prince Andrew took to Twitter to share his excitement along with a sweet photo. More officially, Buckingham Palace also released a statement, confirming: "The Duke and Duchess of York are delighted to announce the engagement of Princess Eugenie to Mr Jack Brooksbank. Jack's parents, Nicola and George Brooksbank, also shared their joy in a brief statement.

  • Dark family secrets: Anonymous letter uncovers child welfare records

    Like any other day, Kelly Courtoreille Wright checked her mailbox when she got to work, but what she found inside it changed her life. Courtoreille Wright was a maternal child health worker for the North Peace Tribal Council in High Level, 740 kilometres northwest of Edmonton. "It was like, holy crap," Courtoreille Wright told CBC News.

  • What We Learned: The Canucks need to be smart here, but they're the Canucks

    Reports out of Vancouver are not inspiring confidence in the future of the Canucks.

  • No more PINs: Visa testing biometric credit cards

    Visa is now testing technology that would make PINs obsolete. People are just getting used to chip credit cards, but a new technology is already on the horizon. Earlier this month, Visa (V) announced that it’s testing on-card biometrics for contactless payments at two different banks -Mountain America Credit Union in West Jordan, Utah, and The Bank of Cyprus.

  • Man who says wife died on Graceland trip changes story

    An Ohio man who told authorities that his wife died on a trip to Elvis Presley's Graceland and he turned her body over to emergency responders, now says he put her body in the Tennessee River after she died of natural causes, police said Monday. Police in Hartville, about 20 miles (32 kilometres ) southeast of Akron, said 72-year-old Philip Snider had previously told them that Roberta Snider was ill and died in a hotel parking lot in Memphis in early January and he flagged down an ambulance.

  • How Kate and Meghan Markle approach photos differently

    Meghan Markle has hundreds of photographs in her future as prepares to join the royal family, who are constantly snapped on official outings and at events. While the duchess rarely looks directly at the camera, Meghan tends to face photographers front-on. Last week, Meghan and her royal fiancé Prince Harry dazzled crowds in Wales.

  • Trudeau arrives at Davos to pitch investment opportunities in Canada

    Justin Trudeau arrived in Switzerland on Monday to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where he will try to persuade the world's richest to invest in Canada and uphold women's and workers' rights. The prime minister quickly travelled to his hotel after landing late at night at the Zurich airport on the eve of his second appearance as Canada's leader at the world forum.