UPDATE: The Star‘s public editor Kathy English wrote about Raveena Aulakh’s suicide and the aftermath in a post late Tuesday. “I have never seen anything like the level of grief and anger exploding here,” she wrote.

Pop Goes The News — Tongues are wagging at the Toronto Star following the sudden death of one of its journalists and the departure of two of its senior editors.

At the centre of the story is environmental reporter Raveena Aulakh, who reportedly took her own life in late May.

UPDATE: CTV confirmed on June 6 that Ben Mulroney and Anne-Marie Mediwake will co-host the new show and that it will be produced at its downtown Toronto location. Titled Your Morning, the show will also feature Melissa Grelo, Lindsey Deluce, and Kelsey McEwen.

Pop Goes The News — CTV announced Thursday that Canada AM will end on Friday and be replaced this fall by a new morning show.

According to sources, the reboot will be co-hosted by Ben Mulroney and Anne-Marie Mediwake.

Pop Goes The News — A team of Canadian animators is revealing what’s really going on in the mind of presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Trump Unhinged is a series of short — very short — films that will be released every day during the month of June.

Pop Goes The News — Veteran journalist Morley Safer, who was best known for his 46-year run on 60 Minutes, was laid to rest Wednesday in Toronto.

Safer died of pneumonia on May 18 at his Manhattan home, only a week after announcing his retirement. He was 84.

Editor’s Note: This blog is not bound by the injunction in England and Wales.

Pop Goes The News — The British Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that people in England and Wales should not be able to read about the sexual exploits of Elton John’s Canadian husband David Furnish.

In a four-to-one decision, the court said there was no public interest in naming John and Furnish — the latter identified only as PJS.