Besides the Edmonton Oilers loss this weekend to their rivals the Calgary Flames, it's not all bad news for Oil Country as hedge funds are betting once again that the price of oil is going to boom as producers struggle to ramp up production.
You might be excited for the Olympics that may or may not happen in Tokyo come July, but don't even consider singing about it — that is one of the many activities that participants will have to refrain from, according to new rules released by the Olympics committee.
Team TV Canada, aka Schitt’s Creek, hopes to repeat their success at the Emmys with a sweep at the upcoming Golden Globes. Last year the CBC sitcom won all seven Emmy comedy categories. Yesterday the show was nominated for five Globes and each of its four stars nominated for a statue each.
As an awkward person who has been on far too many first dates, I know the uncomfortable feeling of reaching for the cheque when things are wrapping up early because your date thinks they left the oven on, forgot to wash their hair, has to take their neighbour's dog for a walk...the list can go on.
Big news coming out of Seattle: Lizzo's biggest fan, Jeff Bezos, announced that he's resigning as CEO of Amazon and transitioning to Executive Chair of the Amazon Board. He's being replaced by Andy Jassy.
Some say that the Super Bowl is like the Super Bowl of prestige advertising. But fans who tune in to see what creative multi-million dollar spots brands like Budweiser, GoDaddy, or Doritos have cooked up may be disappointed this year. That's because companies are shifting ad dollars away from pricey TV ads and towards digital campaigns.