Last year, we declared Thunder Bay to be the hockey capital of Canada. But when you look at a bigger scale, it turns out Saskatchewan is more dominant than any other region on the planet.
Vancouver’s transit heat map shows heavy usage along the city’s Expo line, but relatively light usage everywhere else.
The province in which you live and the new Liberal tax regime will play a significant role in the income taxes you pay in 2016.
Our 2016 edition of the most miserable sports cities see a familiar face at the top and some new entrants to the top 5.
As residents of Canada’s largest city know all too well, Toronto’s public transit system is under a constant state of debate, duress and development. Torontonians get around using a patchwork of subway lines, streetcars, buses, rapid transit lines, GO commuter trains and airport express trains.
As the water contamination crisis in Flint, Michigan has exploded, residents of cities across North America have wondered about the safety of their own municipal tap water. In some places in Canada, they have good reason.
Sure, Canada exports lots of movie stars. But what about homegrown movies? We examine historical ratings data on IMDB to find movie audiences’ favourite Canadian films of all time.
It’s no secret that flying in Canada has become an increasingly aggravating experience. To see how bad life really is for the Canadian flier, we dug into the numbers to see how Canadian airlines, airports and routes stack up.
We look at the most common street names in Canada, which are a mix of nature, royalty, numbers and famous names.
Traffic is bad and getting worse in cities across Canada. But not every commute is created equal. While drivers traveling across Edmonton or Winnipeg may face some unpleasant congestion during busier times, their pain pales in comparison to the horror of the country’s most daunting commutes. [Read More]
Toronto residents have some reason to complain about rising fares but it is short-sighted to focus on incremental fare increases when every transit system in the world is raising prices to manage their increasing costs.
People use Uber because it’s convenient, easy and considered less expensive than traditional taxis. But how much cheaper is UberX — the company’s low-cost option — than a cab in Canadian cities? As it turns out, it depends a lot on which city you live in.