WINNIPEG—“Tea bag me!” shouted Abe Vasquez at last Sunday’s family dinner.
TORONTO—Yarn bomber and blogger Trish Austra likes coffee. She likes it enough to open a new coffee shop in the basement of an existing coffee shop.
Madonna is allegedly doing it.
Carrie Fisher is probably doing it, too. Disney insists.
So should you hop on the latest diet craze?
In a blunder sure to result in panic and countless deaths, April 25 has been designated both National Peanut Day and Anaphylactic Awareness Day.
The sudden end to the Sun News Network, more commonly referred to as Fox North, has prompted an outbreak of Mad Cow Disease at an Alberta farm.
Coca-Cola has started distributing Fairlife milk. Mooseclean’s took samples of whole, fat free, chocolate and reduced fat Fairlife to GoodLife gyms in Toronto and asked what people thought.
HALIFAX—Maritimers emerged unscathed and full of potato chips after a tempest blew through Eastern Canada last week.
After agreeing to speak to Mooseclean’s only on the condition that his identity would be obscured, a local Indian restaurateur has revealed the extraordinary lengths he went through to break it off with a customer who loved his food too much.
VANCOUVER—In the growing trend of food-based challenges, a Burnaby-area woman has vowed to drink one Venti eggnog latte from Starbucks every day in December.
Northfield, IL—Comedian and TV personality Bill Cosby, the long-time spokesman for Jell-O has been fired amid numerous allegations of rape. Cosby had been the popular pudding’s spokesperson since 1974, taking part in several highly successful marketing campaigns.