Saying goodbye is never easy, especially when it comes to icons and stars fans have grown to love. Scroll down to see Us Weekly’s tribute to the celebrities who died in 2020.
On the market! Tristan Thompson listed his mansion in the Encino neighborhood of Los Angeles for $8.5 million, Us Weekly confirms.
Effective now, masks are mandatory in indoor public spaces across the province. The new measure is kicking in as Quebec witnesses a slow but steady increase in the number of COVID-19 cases.
Temporary foreign workers at Krazy Cherry Fruit Co. in Oliver, B.C., claim the living and working conditions on the farm are putting them at risk of COVID-19 transmission.
The House of Commons ethics committee is meeting in Ottawa to decide if it should launch its own probe of the WE Charity scandal that has prompted the ethics commissioner to investigate Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Finance Minister Bill Morneau.
Black Rape Survivors, There are a series of scenes in the documentary “On The Record” that are nearly impossible to shake. In one, Drew Dixon, a former Def Jam A&R executive who says that Russell Simmons violently raped her in his apartment in 1995, contemplates whether to go on the record with her accusations for a 2017 New York Times article. Even though she walked away from the music industry because of the trauma she faced from Simmons, the idea of speaking out against the “king of hip-hop” weighed heavily on her soul.
The World Health Organization has refused to cave to pressure from more than 200 experts calling for it to update its messaging on the threat of the spread of the coronavirus through the air, citing a lack of “definitive” evidence.
P.E.I. reported two new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the total active cases in the province to five.
Kanye West apparently wants to go West Wing, and on Saturday announced in a tweet that he’s running for president — maybe this year. That left fans wondering if newly minted billionaire Kim Kardashian could be the next First Lady.
In the years since a hit-and-run driver left Patricia Anne Peters for dead on a highway north of Whistler, B.C., in the middle of an October night, she has faced plenty of hard choices.