A news clipping online states that a church closed its food bank “because it attracted poor people.” Is the story real or a hoax?
A heavily-shared image tells of an Amber Alert in which a 3-year old girl has been abducted by a man driving a Canadian car with the license plate 72B 381. Today we’ll look at this rumor.
Two Canadians are making big profits by selling fresh Rocky Mountain air canisters after Beijing’s first-ever red alert for air quality.
A photo allegedly shows a modern hipster who traveled back in time to the 1940’s. Is the photo real or fake?
It was around this time last year that people in the U.S. were being hounded relentlessly by “free cruise” telemarketing calls. Now it appears that these pests have set their sights north of the border and are now bothering Canadians with the same bogus offer.