First, Naomie Trudeau-Tremblay took part of a tear gas canister to the face.
Then, the 18-year-old Quebec student was aggressively mocked online.
Trudeau-Tremblay was taking part in an anti-austerity demonstration in Quebec City on Thursday when video captured by HuffPost Quebec showed her being hit...
When people think of Canada, they often imagine rugged geographic features such as mountains, forests and glaciers.
You can find all of this (and more) in Jasper National Park.
Jasper is the biggest of all national parks in the...
Sometimes, just a spoonful of sweetness helps the bad news go down.
If that's true, then employees at a soon-to-be-closed Target store in Ajax, Ont. received three spoonfuls of it this week, when three "princesses" came by to comfort them ahead of its closure.
Simone Barnard runs Princess...
Zayn Malik cried before his fans did.
The departing member of One Direction appears teary-eyed in Vine videos that have emerged from his last concert with the group in Hong Kong on March 18.
But despite all the rumours this week that had him leaving the group's tour because of cheating or stress, it appears the singer may just be looking out for himself.
In an interview with the U.K.'s Sun that took place six hours after he left the group, Malik said he was quitting because he felt he was trying to "do something that I wasn't happy doing for a while, for the sake of maybe other people's happiness.
"It's not that I've turned my back on them or anything, it's just that I just can't do that anymore because it's not real to me," he said.
Malik announced his departure from the group on its Facebook page earlier this week, saying that he wants to be a "normal 22-year-old who is able to relax and have some private time out of the spotlight."
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Quebec City police are under fire after a HuffPost Quebec video showed an officer shooting part of a tear gas canister in a protester's face.
Naomie Trudeau-Tremblay, 18, and her mother want the officer to face charges after she was injured at a rally on Thursday, Radio-Canada reported....
Take heart, Toronto Maple Leafs fans. There are teams out there that are worse than yours.
Fans of the Buffalo Sabres effectively turned on their own team Thursday night after the last-place club fell to the lowly Arizona Coyotes 4-3 in overtime.
You can hear the...
Kim Kardashian has gone back to the dark side!
That's right, the reality star has officially doffed her blond locks (for now, at least) in favour of the dark brown, almost black hair with which we're so familiar.
Kim Kardashian dyes her hair back to black (North...
It was a private event, but Maison Valentino has since posted a picture of Hunter's dress to its Instagram account, taken by Annie Leibovitz for Vogue. The fashion house later took...
So, this winter has been a little ridiculous.
Winter has done its damnedest to ensure that Canadians have no fun whatsoever.
You wouldn't call a cougar "kitty kitty," would you?
So why a lynx?
Beth-Ann Colebourne apparently couldn't help herself when she spotted a wild feline in Terrace Bay, Ont. on Tuesday.
A video posted to YouTube shows the cat walking calmly at an outdoor mall as people watch it from close by. Colebourne can be heard calling the animal to her and saying "kitty kitty."
Cute though the lynx is, calling out "kitty kitty" is probably one of the last things you should do when you see one.
So, you know, keep your distance!
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We love the northern lights in Canada.
When they show up in winter, they provide a pleasant distraction from icy roads, slushy sidewalks and snow piled so high that you can't reach your car.
But how do our auroras stack up against the rest of the world?
The "Dragons' Den" won't quite look the same when production begins on season 10 next month.
Toronto: city on the grow.
That's the best way to describe Hogtown when you look at a GIF showing just how much the city expanded between 1984 and 2012.
The GIF, which comes courtesy of Google, shows development spreading north with plenty of momentum.
The site used Landsat images to produce some astonishing animated time-lapse GIFs as part of a tool that demonstrates how different parts of the world have changed over the course of almost three decades. Introduced in 2013, the tool was developed in partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey, NASA and Time magazine, as part of Google's "Timelapse" project.
You can check it out for yourself right here, and see how other cities in Canada, and around the world, have grown in the same period.
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Atlantic Canada is a little different from the rest of the country. But that doesn't make it a different one altogether!
Vin Diesel was in a difficult place after his friend and "Fast and the Furious" costar Paul Walker died.
But when "Guardians of the Galaxy" director James Gunn approached him with the possibility of voicing the role of a talking tree, he found something that helped him mourn....
Fort McMurray real estate sales are in freefall as the price of oil continues its downward slide.
Numbers released by the Fort McMurray Real Estate Board show that total sales there, along with the communities of Saprae Creek, Gregorie Lake and Anzac, plummeted by 64.7 per...
It's official: The truth is still out there, and Fox Mulder and Dana Scully are coming back to find it.
"The X-Files," which was shot in Vancouver during its nine-season run from 1993 to 2002, is coming back to Fox in six parts, series creator Chris Carter announced Tuesday.
Iggy Azalea, Jason Aldean and The Tragically Hip are just a few of the major acts that will feature at Ottawa Bluesfest 2015.
The annual music festival will take place at the city's LeBreton Flats from July 8 to 19, and bring a slate of artists who...
This is what the price gap between new homes and condos looks like in Toronto right now.
That's right: it's a big, yawning chasm, not unlike the Moon Door on "Game of Thrones."
The gap between the cost to buy a new home versus a...