On Thursday night, the Canadian Elite Basketball League announced that J.Cole will be playing for the Scarborough Shooting Stars after signing a deal for the 2022 season. This marks the second year in a row that the 37-year-old will be playing pro ball, having played for the Rwanda Patriots in the Basketball Africa League last May.

The streets of Toronto are joined in mourning the loss of a rising rapper who just released his first full-length album his year. Bvlly was found suffering from gun wounds in the early morning hours of Christmas Eve, and details surrounding his death are still in development.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came under fire early Thursday (September 19) after images of him donning brownface makeup surfaced. Trudeau was attending a 2001 party dressed as the character Alladin, and is now apologizing and fielding questions about the getup.

Drake and LeBron are once again working together in an effort to drive culture forward. The 6 God will be helping the NBA great promote his digital initiative in Canada.

An incident that took place in Toronto this afternoon has left nine people dead and 16 others injured. A white delivery van plowed into a busy walkway, and while chatter suggests the incident may have been deliberate, police have kept those details largely under wraps after detaining the driver of the vehicle.

Viola Desmond‘s name may not ring bells here in the states but for our neighbors to the North, she’s a prominent part of Canada‘s civil rights history. Desmond, whose defiance against racism led to an arrest that was not pardoned until she passed away, will now be the face of Canada’s $10 bill after an […]

OVO Sound artist and Canadian native PartyNextDoor and an associate, Jerome Nevins, were arrested in Upstate New York at the border for drug possession.

The Canadian province of Quebec is reeling after a harrowing shooting attack at a mosque in Quebec City left six dead and eight others wounded. The country’s prime minister blasted the shooting as a terrorist attack against Muslims and the timing of the incident is especially jarring considering the political climate of their neighbors to […]


Last night’s Presidential upset of the century rattled Americans so much that it actually caused some disturbance to our neighbor to the north, Canada.

Kreesha Turner might not be a household name in the United States, but she’s been making international moves on the entertainment front for some time.  The Canadian-Jamaican jaw dropper is set to star in an upcoming video with The Game and she’s also our latest Bangin Candy feature.

Anything can happen at the strip club. Which is exactly what a Kevin Hart fan learned for trying to snap a picture of the comedian during a melee in Canada over the weekend.

Fine women know no boundaries, and thanks to Instagram and the efforts of Director X, we can stop sleeping on our neighbors up north.