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‘He nearly died several times:’ controversial academic Jordan Peterson seeks to...

Mikhaila Peterson recorded a two-minute and 50-second YouTube video outlining how her father, Jordan Peterson, became addicted to prescribed psychoactive drugs, developed a...

What’s behind #chairgirl and a Toronto rapper’s coronavirus hoax? Social media...

In the span of just one week, criminal offences — both alleged and proven — involving the use of social media ended up...

‘I know this was a very immature and selfish mistake’: #Chairgirl...

Marcella Zoia, the Toronto woman who was filmed tossing a patio chair from a downtown highrise nearly a year ago and has since...

‘Chair girl’ Marcella Zoia set to learn if she’ll get jail...

Marcella Zoia, who gained viral notoriety for tossing a patio chair off a downtown balcony last February, is set to learn her sentence...

Corpses and mob violence: How China’s social media echo chamber fuels...

VANCOUVER—Corpses lie on the ground near hospitals. People kill their pets for fear the animals will spread disease. Mobs chase down people without...

Coronavirus fears are sparking an outbreak of xenophobia and hoaxes, GTA...

In one post, a fake security alert said two Ryerson University students had tested positive for coronavirus. In a viral WhatsApp message, a...

The secret life of Toronto’s social media influencers

When Shannae Ingleton Smith was pregnant with her daughter Kensington, she wanted to do a maternity photoshoot, but the Toronto woman is always...

Side-swiped by social: The decade that rewired humanity

Barack Obama, you may recall, wore a BlackBerry on his hip back when this dying decade was young and shiny and brimming with...

Inside the digital dragnet that helped hunt down an alleged Canadian...

VANCOUVER—Brandon Teixeira was a wanted man. Charged with first degree murder in connection with a deadly 2017 Surrey shooting, there was a warrant...

Why political memes — which are virtually unregulated — matter to...

VANCOUVER—They pop up on your Facebook and Twitter. They can go viral in a matter of moments. They’ve become more powerful than traditional...
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