Pop Goes The News — Toronto animation studio Cuppa Coffee will produce a holiday special based on actor David Duchovny’s best selling book Holy Cow.

The company and California-based Planet Grande are teaming up on the stop-motion animation project, which will be scripted by Billy Frolick (Madagascar).

Pop Goes The News — Environmental activist and TV personality David Suzuki said in an interview published Monday he wouldn’t bring children into today’s world.

“Knowing what I know now, I wouldn’t,” the father of five told Nuvo magazine. “Overpopulation is one of the problems.

Pop Goes The News — A wax figure of Nicki Minaj is being slammed as sexist — even though it’s been given a stamp of approval from the rap superstar herself.

According to a description from Madame Tussauds, which unveiled the likeness at its Las Vegas location on Aug. 4, “the provocative pose and styling” was inspired by the video for Minaj’s hit single “Anaconda.”

Pop Goes The News — Canadian actor Kevin Zegers and his wife Jaime Feld welcomed twin girls Zoe Madison and Blake Everleigh.

The 30-year-old native of Woodstock, Ont., shared the happy news Thursday night on Twitter.

Pop Goes The News — Canadian hockey player Brooks Laich is engaged to dancer and actress Julianne Hough.

The 27-year-old bride-to-be shared the happy news Tuesday on social media.

Pop Goes The News | Canadians Malin Akerman, Pamela Anderson and Carrie-Anne Moss are among the celebrities lending their voices to a compelling new documentary about why humans can’t seem to get along.

Unity is narrated by an unprecedented collection of 100 stars.