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We look forward to media for pretty much everything starting from report on accidents to sports score updates. In addition to giving the audience facts and figures, a piece of news also conveys a story. With the advancement of technology, different forms of digital media are surfacing like Canada News Media.

With digital media at your fingertips, you can always stay updated on the events going on inside your country as well as the world. News Canada has to offer includes a variety of topics like sports, entertainment, business, politics and even tech. But trending news is a completely different sector than the usual news. It involves those news stories which are being read and shared by a larger percentage of people and have thus gone viral.

What does trending news include?

Trending news can basically include anything and everything. For instance, it can be about some strange event at a desolate corner of the world or maybe even the most commonplace of things in a city like New York. Trending news is something that spreads rapidly and it does not have to be from any particular niche. Some of this trending news can be funny while others may be quite serious but nonetheless, they are bound to grab the reader’s attention which ultimately makes them go viral.

Is trending news popular in Canada?

Like in any other country, trending news is Canada is becoming popular with each passing day. People are more and more inclining towards sharing trending news articles with their friends and family. Some of the reasons for the popularity of trending news are –

  • New and enticing content – The popular news Canada has to offer and those which are trending are often about some new and exciting matter which the readers will be interested in. When the users get to read something seemingly different from the usual news, they prefer that. A simple content can be twisted with a strange and unique concept to make it different so that it catches the eye.
  • Headlines that arouse curiosity – Trending news content always comes with headlines that will strike the chord of curiosity in your brain. This content creation strategy is totally based on curiosity of the reader so that actionable content can be produced. As a result, when a reader comes across some content which has something unusual, he/she will share it with others who don’t know about it. This will make the content trending through a chain reaction.
  • News pieces that trigger some emotion – One of the main reasons behind the viral nature of any content is that they trigger emotions in a reader which a normal news piece cannot. These emotions can be anything like amusement, happiness, pleasure, surprise, interest or even affection. Although they can also generate negative emotions like fear, anger and sadness which make people share the content with their known circle of people.

Why is Canada News Media the best?

Canada News Media focuses on several types of trending news content. We research everything thoroughly. Moreover, we ensure that we are not giving any wrong piece of information to our audience. Our website has become far-reaching because of modernization and you can gossip with your friend about any latest topic on the internet.

Trending news will keep you updated on all the latest events. News Canada watches is broadly divided into two different categories – national and international and trending news falls in both of them. Our expert writers are very experienced in coming up with catchy titles and easy-to-understand news pieces. This will help you get an idea of the entire news in a very less amount of time. We ensure that you can stay updates on all the latest events across the world in just a few minutes of your day, so head on to our trending news section today.

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Liberals block ethics commissioner from testifying about SNC-Lavalin report




The Liberal majority on the House ethics committee voted down an opposition motion to have Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion testify about his report which found that Justin Trudeau violated the Conflict of Interest Act over the SNC-Lavalin affair. Vassy Kapelos gets reaction from MPs on the committee. Plus, the Power Panel breaks down the Ford government’s changes to Ontario’s sex-education curriculum.

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Joshua Boyle worried about what his wife might tell police




Joshua Boyle

After calling 911 to report that his wife was missing and suicidal, Joshua Boyle told an Ottawa police sergeant that he was also worried what she might tell authorities when she was found.

“He told me he was concerned, as any husband would be, with what Caitlan (Coleman) would say to us when we found her,” Sgt. Shane Henderson told court Tuesday.

Henderson was one of the first officers to respond to Boyle’s 911 emergency call late on the night of Dec. 30, 2017. A recording of that call was played in court Tuesday.

The 911 call was made at 11:47 p.m. from a Centretown address.

Boyle told the dispatcher that his wife was threatening to kill herself. He said she was alone in her room then ran outside, and was “screaming at the top of her lungs that she was going to kill herself.”

He said she had borderline personality disorder, PTSD, “extreme mental instability” and other issues.

“I am very worried for her right now,” he said in the telephone recording, played in court.


Boyle told police his wife was wearing a hijab scarf on her head, but did not have a coat and may not have shoes.

Before she left the apartment, Boyle said they had an argument that “turned into rabid self-loathing, a panic attack, something, I’m not sure.”

“I had asked her to stay in her room,” he said.

“It shouldn’t be long,” the dispatcher told Boyle. “We’ll get some officers to see you there, OK?”

“OK,” Boyle replied. “Just try to be gentle with her: She is really going through a rough time.”

Sgt. Henderson was the first officer on scene, and went to Boyle’s apartment at 12:05 a.m.

Boyle repeated what he had told the dispatcher, and said his wife had initially raced up the stairs towards another apartment in the three-storey apartment block. Henderson testified: “He told me that he did not want to drag Caitlan back into the apartment or did not want to hit her.”

Henderson and another officer went to the second apartment and interviewed the young man who lived there. The tenant said he had heard someone banging on his back door 20 minutes earlier, but did not answer it.

Court heard that the officers searched the back staircase and yard but could not locate Coleman so they returned to Boyle’s apartment for more information.

According to Henderson, Boyle said Coleman was particularly stressed because her mother was in town, and she was worried about the state of their apartment. They had also argued, Boyle told Henderson, about drawing on walls and “Caitlan, as a wife, not performing her roles and responsibilities as a mother.”

Boyle told Henderson that he wanted Coleman to stay in her room and calm down. “He told me he kept the door open and at no time prevented her from leaving,” Henderson testified.

“He said he offered to have sex with Caitlan if she wanted to.”

When Henderson asked if Coleman had a cellphone, Boyle reached on top of the fridge and retrieved a flip phone.

Henderson asked what it was doing there. “Boyle said he took the phone away to make sure she did not break the phone as she had broken phones in the past,” Henderson testified.

Boyle is on trial on 19 charges, including assault, sexual assault and forcible confinement.

His wife Caitlan Coleman, with whom he was held hostage in Afghanistan, is the principal complainant in the case. She’s expected to testify Wednesday.

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Tanker crash kills one, injures nine near Cereal Alberta




Tanker crash

“One of the semi trucks was hauling fuel and that fuel ignited,” said RCMP Cpl. Laurel Scott. “So, that caused other vehicles in the collision to catch fire. A second semi was hauling butane and that’s caused a concern.”

A release from RCMP also confirmed the collision area is “consumed with flames.”

As a result of the second truck hauling butane, a preliminary evacuation order had been issued for the hamlet of Chinook.

By 9:00 pm, Alberta Emergency Alert officially rescinded the evacuation order for the community.

STARS Air Ambulance has flown one person to hospital in Calgary in serious, potentially life-threatening condition while HALO transported another individual in serious condition.

Brideaux also confirmed to Global News that six people have been treated at the scene and are likely to be released.

RCMP are also reaching out to anyone who was a part of or was witness to the domino crash, asking them to meet with officers in nearby Oyen.

“We’re asking those people to attend the Legion in Oyen,” said Scott. “Right now the Legion has been opened, food is available at the Legion, our Victims Services Unit members are at the Legion, and we have an RCMP member or members at the Legion. So, anybody who was a part of this collision, witness or needing some assistance in relation to the collision, is asked to go to the Legion.”

There is no word yet on the original cause of the fatal crash, as Scott added it will be several hours before a collision analyst is able to attend the scene.

“We will have a collision analyst attending,” she said. “But, I can tell you that collision analyst is not able and has not been able to look at the scene to do any examination or investigation.”

Traffic has since been rerouted from Highway 9 to Highway 884 eastbound and Highway 41 westbound.

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