The official Twitter account of the nation of Canada, like most of us this week, has Pokémon questions. Only its question is not about Sun and Moon’s starters, but about Canada itself.
A group of Syrian refugees, having just arrived in Canada, are being temporarily put up in a hotel. The same hotel that, last weekend, was also home to a convention for furries.
Butter chicken. Scalloped potatoes. Cowboy BBQ beans. Montreal smoked meat. The four flavor finalists for Canada’s Lay’s Do Us A Flavor competition are good on paper. Not so much my mouth.
Once upon a time, I thought about doing kendo. After watching this video, I have come to one conclusion: What the hell was I thinking?
Video games offer their players a much-needed chance to escape the stresses of real life, however temporarily. One ten year-old boy in Saskatchewan, Canada needed this kind of relief more than most to help cope with the fact that he's living with a terminal form of brain cancer. So rather than just handing Patrick a…
Look, we know you're looking at a screen without the benefit of red and blue lenses right now. But don't let that stop you from admiring that Chun Li artwork. It's good, isn't it?
If you live in Canada and are thinking about picking up a PlayStation 4, yesterday would have been good day. Today Sony Canada raised the console price from $399.99 to $449.99 Canadian, with similar increases applied to peripherals and first-party games.
South Park: The Stick of Truth is full of hilarious surprises, but there's one that really stood out to me: Canada, the most delightful section in the game.
Someone at a Halloween party in Saskatchewan nearly lost his nose. That's not in dispute. But a judge must determine if it was nearly severed by a broken beer bottle or by a very sharp shield carried by someone dressed up as Dark Link from The Legend of Zelda.
The 23-year-old CEO of a leading eSports team has been missing since Dec. 17 and his team's top StarCraft 2 player says he's owed $23,000 in unpaid salary and prize money, The Daily Dot reports.
So, let's get this straight. In Canada this weekend, take any Xbox 360 or PS3 game—good, bad or ugly; GOTY or shovelware—trade it in, and get a free copy of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Call of Duty: Ghosts or Battlefield 4. Is that right? Is someone smoking crack up there? Not you, mayor ...
About 150 people in Ontario had their Call of Duty Christmas stolen by Grinches who busted down the cement wall of a game store and plundered it for every one of its preorders the day before the game's launch.
Mystery surrounded the unveiling of an enormous Xbox One in Canada earlier in the week. Well, mystery solved.
A 12-year-old boy from Canada has appeared in court having been busted hacking several local and international government websites, handing over information to Anonymous in exchange for...video games. What? He's 12.
Crime is a constant feature of video games writing. Somewhere, someone is doing something illicit with them—sometimes comically stupid, sometimes tragic. Kotaku's Police Blotter is here to round up the latest in games crime. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Two brothers, aged 17 and 16, were out late last night in Toronto picking up Grand Theft Auto V. That should have been the most exciting thing of the night, but nope. They had to go and help save an old man's life on the way home.
Reader James made this short called Young Wonder, which has made it into the Toronto International Film Festival. He seems surprised it got in, but come on dude. It's awesome.
A month ago, Riot Games said it had gotten the U.S. government to include eSports contestants under the visa policy that allows professional athletes from other countries to visit for purposes of competition. The first such visa has been awarded, to a Canadian League of Legends star.
You can't write headlines much weirder than that, but it is not in dispute that Keith Wiens, a retired Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer, shot and killed his common-law wife after she demanded that he pay up—in foreplay, evidently—for losing to her in a Wii game.