Fans got their first look at Jared Leto in full Joker costume after the actor was spotted filming for "Suicide Squad" in Toronto.
A photo of Jared Leto in his full Joker get-up has been circulating in publications after the Oscar winner was photographed on set in Toronto while filming for "Suicide Squad."
Leto, 43, was spotted wearing a silver blazer over an unbuttoned maroon shirt, revealing various tattoos over albino-white skin. His hair is in Joker's signature acid green hue, and the actor glares menacingly at the photographer while his lips compress in a vivid red slash. more >>
BlackBerry will start rolling out its White BlackBerry Classic handset this week, a smartphone it unveiled to the public last December.
The White BlackBerry Classic handset announced in Dec. 14 will available in Hong Kong via authorized distributors by this week, the Canadian smartphone manufacturer announced.
A counterpoint to its Black Classic mobile phone, the White Classic will soon be released in Indonesia, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Italy within the next few weeks. more >>
International Justice Mission President and Founder Gary Haugen explains in a new Ted Talk that poverty remains in the world despite the decades-long fight against it because of a missing link, which he calls "The Locust Effect," also the title of his best-selling book.
"The fight against global poverty is probably the broadest, longest running manifestation of the human phenomenon of compassion in the history of our species," Haugen says in his 19 minute talk, titled "The hidden reason for poverty the world needs to address now," on the TED stage in Vancouver, Canada.
"So why, why are so many billions still stuck in such harsh poverty?" asks Haugen, who earlier served as the director of the U.N. investigation in the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide. more >>
Nearly a year after the United States Supreme Court ruled that government meetings could include Christian prayers, Canada's highest legal authority has concluded the opposite.
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled unanimously on Wednesday that prayers at town hall meetings are a violation of law, since they show preference for one religion over another.
In Mouvement laïque québécois v. Saguenay (City), Canada's highest court upheld a lower court decision concluding that the mayor of Saguenay had violated an atheist's freedom of conscience by opening public meetings with a prayer. more >>
Actor Ryan Reynolds was hit by a car in Vancouver last Friday where he was shooting scenes for his upcoming superhero movie, "Deadpool."
The Canadian actor was struck by a car as he was walking through the underground parking garage of his hotel April 10. The driver, who was reported to be a member of the paparazzi, fled the scene after the incident.
Reynolds, 38, was injured but pronounced in stable condition, Vancouver police told Fox News. Authorities are currently investigating Rik Fedcyk, the 52-year-old photographer responsible for the accident, revealing Reynolds and the man were involved in a confrontation earlier before the incident occurred. more >>
The Canadian Football League has approved major rule changes for the 2015 season. Most of the new rules deal with the point after conversion with an emphasis on making that play less automatic and create a more exciting convert attempt for the fans.
The CFL's President and Chief Operating Office Matt Copeland made the following statements as reported by CFL.ca: "The Board endorsed the view that this is a great time for our league to innovate. We're looking forward to putting in place changes that have the potential to improve an already great game."
The one point kick which was being snapped at the 12 yard line will now be moved back to the 32 yard line. In 2014 99.4 percent of the single point kicks were successful, which makes for boring play. In field goals attempted from the 31-33 yard line, the percentage dropped to 81 percent, which makes a one point convert less of an automatic play. more >>