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 — Photos of actress Tori Spelling snuggling up to her Canadian stepson have come under fire on social media and in at least one celebrity magazine.

On Instagram, Spelling’s followers have described the two images as “creepy” and “inappropriate.”

Pop Goes The News — The former lead singer of a Canadian rock band attacked a veteran Canadian actress this week over their common name.

Maria Morales, known as Maria Del Mar in the ‘80s and ‘90s goth group National Velvet, called Maria Del Mar a “faker” and “imposter” in a bizarre rant on the latter’s Facebook page.

Pop Goes The News — Ten days after suffering a stroke, Canadian singer Alan Frew is urging well-wishers to take stock of their altruism.

“If you think that you THINK giving and THINK kindness a lot more than actually doing it, then DO something kind right now,” he wrote in a message posted on social media Sunday morning.

Pop Goes The News — Canadian former hockey player Sean Avery is the latest male celebrity to show off his rear-end on social media.

The 35-year-old Toronto native posted a photo on Instagram this week in which he’s wearing nothing but jockstrap.

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.”