Tommy Lee, pictured second from right, with Mötley Crüe.

Pop Goes The News — Rock star Tommy Lee called on Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday to stop the commercial seal hunt.

The 53-year-old Mötley Crüe drummer, who has two sons with Canadian star Pamela Anderson, tweeted a PETA video about the sale of seal penises.

Pop Goes The News — Canadian comedian Tom Green isn’t laughing about Donald Trump’s campaign for the Republican nomination — or the media that is covering it.

Green, who was born and raised in Ontario, is using social media to slam Trump and his supporters as well as media outlets like CNN.

Pop Goes The News — A lawyer running to replace Marco Rubio in the U.S. Senate claims he was denied entry to Canada last week to deliver a speech.

Augustus Invictus was scheduled to speak at Vancouver’s Cathedral Square on Friday night at a rally organized by Vancouver for Free Speech.

Pop Goes The News — The hallucinogenic herb salvia divinorum is still being marketed to Canadians despite becoming illegal earlier this month.

Several retailers across the country have yet to remove salvia from their online offerings even though it has been a banned substance since Feb. 8.

Pop Goes The News — The Conservative Party of Canada is downplaying the extreme religious views of one of its Toronto candidates.

Toyin Dada, who is running in Etobicoke-North, is an outspoken Christian fundamentalist who has publicly condemned abortion and homosexuality.