Pop Goes The News — Singer Justin Bieber asked his millions of fans Wednesday to help him shut down a gossip website run by a fellow Canadian.

In an Instagram post, Bieber declared that HollywoodLife.com — by Toronto’s Bonnie Fuller — is “untruthful and hurtful” and urged his nearly 72 million followers to “spam them and petition to shut them down.”

Pop Goes The News — Fans of the Toronto Raptors are now able to show both their pride in the team and their LGBT pride.

The National Basketball Association (NBA) this week unveiled T-shirts and hoodies with rainbow-coloured logos for all 30 teams.

Pop Goes The News — The owner of Toronto’s popular Caplansky’s Deli has vowed to fight the seizure of his flagship restaurant by his landlord.

The College Street restaurant was locked by a bailiff overnight Monday. A sign posted on the door said the lease was terminated because Caplansky’s failed “to effect repairs not authorized by the landlord.”

Pop Goes The News — The man who played Potsie on the ‘70s-‘80s series Happy Days says he’s come up with a way to wake up drowsy drivers.

Anson Williams, 66, said Monday that Alert Drops will be available to consumers this summer.

Pop Goes The News — Residents of one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations are trying to put a stop to short-term rentals offered on sites like Airbnb and Homeaway.

Even though the practice is illegal in Miami Beach, Florida — where the fine for first-time offenders was recently increased to $20,000 — hundreds of short-term rentals are listed online.