Burlington-based band, Walk Off The Earth is on their way to another viral hit—although, this one may not be as popular in the US as the band’s other famous creation:
On Sunday, May 10, the Canadian Forces Snowbirds took to the skies over several Ontario cities, and filmed their trip for those at home practicing social distancing to experience second-hand.
The Halton Regional Police Service said it was made aware of a social media video which depicted two males throwing objects at passing vehicles on the eastbound QEW in Burlington.
In case you don’t get to see the Snowbirds in person today, this video should come pretty close to the full experience.
For the third week in a row, Halton police, paramedics, and Burlington Fire blasted their sirens and flashed their lights at Joseph Brant Hospital to signal gratitude to all healthcare workers duri
The last days of 2019 were somewhat eventful at Pearson Airport in Mississauga, as video has emerged of two planes clipping one another.
Ever since the creation of the camera phone, people have been catching some of the craziest encounters on video for the world to see.
It’s been an incredible NBA season and an incredible performance by the Toronto Raptors. However, they couldn’t have gotten as far as they did without the support of their many fans.
A victory as monumental as the Raptors’ championship win on Thursday demands an equally monumental celebration.
If you’re into texting or messaging at all, then there’s no doubt you use emojis on a regular basis.