Here’s how much it’ll cost you to visit Disney & Six Flags this summer

There's quite a gap between the least and most expensive parks in the U.S. and Canada.

This Week in Food and Travel: 5 reasons Albuquerque should top your 2019 travel list

And what you need to know to avoid fines at customs.

Tofino, on Vancouver Island, has world-class surf and unbelievable seafood

The small-town vibes — there is one single taxi, and no Uber — belie the widespread creativity and innovation happening in Tofino.

A Canadian university is preparing students for careers in pot

From proper lighting to pest management, this university is teaching students the art of growing pot.

Trump continues to bash Canada amid NAFTA negotiations

Trump said in comments leaked Friday that he would take a posture toward Canada “so insulting they’re not going to be able to make a deal."

The rise of the plastic-free, zero-waste grocery store

The grocery store of the future is here, and there's no single-use plastic to be found anywhere.

Trump pulls out of G7 summit statement, calls Justin Trudeau “weak”

After Trudeau said Canada wouldn't be "pushed around" by the U.S., Trump took to Twitter to fight back.

Pixar’s new short “Bao” celebrates the importance of food in Chinese communities

Director Domee Shi — the first woman to direct a Pixar short film — based the film loosely on her own childhood.

Trump trade war fears rattle Dow, beer buyers — and 5 more news stories affecting your money

Here's the latest on the Equifax hack, Spotify's initial public offering and all the other business news you probably missed this week.
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In an epic game, the US women’s ice hockey team beats Canada to win gold during shootout

The U.S. women's team hasn't won gold since 1998 — the first year women's hockey was a sport at the Olympic Games.

Spring travel deals: These are the cheapest places to travel in March, according to Expedia

Whether your budget is $600, $500 or $400, these are the cheapest places to go.

At this Canadian diner, homeless people can use meal tokens to buy sandwiches

Paying customers can purchase meal tokens and give to those in need — and start conversations.

This teen chef cooks in restaurants and will star in a food show — while living with a brain tumor

Jonathan Giovannoni's bacon dishes earned high honors at the recent World Food Championships in Alabama.

This Toronto pop-up hired only HIV-positive chefs to prove you can’t contract the disease from food

A recent study from a Canadian hospital found that nearly 40% of responders didn't want to eat food prepared by someone who is HIV positive.

We all swore we’d move to Canada if Trump won. These people actually did.

Canada may not be perfect, but for these three, it was the ideal escape from Trump's America.

Want more money and job opportunities? These 3 simple questions could help you be more successful.

Do you love risk? Are you a spender or a saver? These are some of the questions you need to be able to answer in order to be more successful.

Meet the 25-year-old who plays the cello for beluga whales in northern Canada

The belugas crane their necks above the water's surface and ring their sonars in response to the music — making it impossible not to think about the compelling link between man and animal.

Pence to Alaskans: If Obamacare repeal fails, you’ll get health care like they have in Canada

Vice President Mike Pence made the comments before the GOP-led effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act collapsed once again.

Niagara Falls is more than a pretty sight — for decades, it was a path to freedom for slaves

The popular tourist site was home to a network of abolitionists and an escape route for slaves.

Canada has its own ‘alt right’ problem, and isn’t hesitating to act fast

America has to figure out what it's going to do with its new, fratty far right.

Donald Trump insists he’s going to London but hasn’t set a date

But Trump is essentially persona non grata in the U.K.

SNES Classic Preorder FCC Certification Delay: Nothing points to a problem with the SNES Mini

Rumors have circulated concerning SNES Classic preorder delays being caused from a lack of FCC certification. Here's why they're wrong.
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Trump went all of June without acknowledging LGBT Pride Month, but he is all over Canada Day

Trump loves Canada Day. LGBT Pride Month, not so much.
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UK Parliament hit with cyberattack

Members of Parliament had difficulty accessing their emails Saturday in the wake of the attack.

Women in Canada have no legal recourse against pickup artists filming them

While women could bring a civil suit against someone who films them without permission, it's unlikely they'd win.
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London Bridge Attack Victims: Here's what we know.

Here's what we know so far about the victims of the London attack.

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How world leaders are responding to the London Bridge terror attacks

The world is standing in solidarity with London.
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World leaders reaffirm their commitment to the Paris agreement

The agreement will go on without the United States.
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Kabul Bombing Update: Latest death toll and reactions from around the world

At least 90 people have been confirmed dead in the large-scale attack.
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Trump blocks attempts by Italy to address Mediterranean migrant crisis at G7 summit

Trump wanted to focus the G7 meeting on terrorism and security.