• Carrey Carries White’s Casket

    Jim Carrey attended the funeral of his ex-girlfriend, Cathriona White, on Saturday. Following the funeral, Carrey Tweeted what appears to be a silhouette photo of him and White, with the words "Love cannot be lost" and a rose emoji. As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, White was found dead in her home on September 28, from a reported suicide.

    Access Hollywood
  • Why Jay Leno felt like 'an idiot' buying his Tesla

    Jay Leno loves the horsepower of his new Tesla P90D, but buying it came at the expense of an embarrassing moment with Elon Musk.

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  • U.S. Steel flags disappear minutes after court decision

    It didn't take long for a well-known U.S. Steel symbol to disappear from steel plants in Hamilton and Nanticoke on Friday. Moments after a Superior Court decision allowing the steel maker to sever ties with its Canadian counterpart, the flags were gone. Bill Ferguson, president of United Steelworkers (USW) Local 8782, says while he doesn't know who removed them, the workers were happy about it.

  • Jailed Rapist Brags On Facebook About Enjoying ‘Long Earned Holiday’

    Thomas Holmes, who is serving 13 years for repeatedly raping a woman, reportedly mocked taxpayers for forking out for his meals. Pauline Carruthers, founder of the sex abuse charity Hope based in Scarborough, North Yorks., demanded that Holmes’ privileges be stopped.

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  • Mike Commodore rips Mike Babcock in angry Twitter rant

    Though Commodore’s language was scathing he apparently drew the line when comparing Babcock to Adolf Hitler.

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  • Couple Release A Bit TOO Much Information On Their Facebook Engagement Photo

    A woman who was so deliriously happy at getting engaged to her boyfriend didn’t check the Facebook photo before posting it - and let something MAJOR slip.

    Yahoo News
  • Boy found guilty of pushing fellow high school student to death under bus

    Provincial court Judge Peter Ross dismissed the defence's assertion that the accused was acting like a typical boy his age and was engaged in ordinary horseplay at the time, saying the young man should have known his actions could have deadly consequences. The young boy was accused of using two hands to shove 18-year-old Christopher Chafe down an embankment outside Sydney Academy last winter. Defence lawyer James Snow said Chafe's grisly death was the result of "momentary inadvertence," not reckless behaviour.

    The Canadian Press
  • MLB commish Rob Manfred: Blue Jays are getting fair treatment in post-season

    Rob Manfred doesn't think the Toronto Blue Jays are getting any unfair treatment in the post-season. The Major League Baseball commissioner spoke with media on Friday ahead of Game 2 of the American League Division Series between the Blue Jays and Texas Rangers in Toronto. "We scheduled the games taking in to account a variety of factors," said Manfred on the field at Rogers Centre.

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  • 2 arrested in country-wide human trafficking sting

    Fri, Oct 9: After a year-long investigation, Halton Regional Police have arrested and charged two people with human trafficking. Ashley Carter explains that one of the two arrested is a popular GTA real estate agent.

    Global News
  • The McDonald's of the future (8 photos)

    Heading towards its 50th anniversary in 2017, McDonald's Canada unveiled the next chapter of its brand transformation. From menu changes to uniform makeovers, this is the new version of your favourite neighbourhood restaurant.

    Yahoo Finance Canada
  • Canada's Trudeau, tied in polls, open to Bombardier foreign investor

    By Allison Martell and Alastair Sharp TORONTO, Ontario (Reuters) - Canadian Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau, in a tight race to be the country's next prime minister, said on Thursday his party is open to foreign investment in Bombardier Inc as long as it protects the country's interests. Trudeau's position contrasted with the opposition New Democrats, running third in polls, which when asked about possible Chinese investment in Bombardier said Ottawa should protect key sectors like aerospace. The embattled Canadian plane and train manufacturer, which held unsuccessful talks to sell a majority stake in its CSeries jetliner program to Airbus also previously approached an unnamed Chinese company.

  • KFC Says ‘Sorry’ To Customer Whose Gravy Pot Told Her To F*** Off

    The one thing that could make a date at KFC worse than being on a date at KFC is your order telling you to f*** off - but that’s exactly what happened to Emma Sneesby.  

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  • Bariatric surgery successful for most, but failure raises suicide risk: study

    Bariatric surgery is successful in significantly reducing weight for most people who undergo the procedure. A study by the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) found that in the first few years after bariatric surgery, there's an increased risk of attempted suicide in patients for whom the procedure didn't work, suggesting the need for prolonged psychological followup. "Bariatric surgery in many cases is an extremely successful operation," said principal researcher Dr. Donald Redelmeier, an internal medicine specialist at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto.

    The Canadian Press
  • Christine Wood sentenced to jail in baby Taylor death

    Christine Margaret Wood of Riverview was sentenced to one year in jail, two years of probation. Wood was originally charged with attempted murder in the so-called baby Taylor case. The anonymous infant became known as Baby Taylor.

  • LA Kings GM Dean Lombardi says he was 'played' by Mike Richards

    In a moment of candor, Lombardi released a long statement to the Los Angeles Times, where he said Richards was caught in a “destructive spiral.”

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  • Michael Gibbon, Kitchener, Ont. man killed by arrow was on routine walk

    Michael Gibbon, killed by an arrow early Monday Oct. 5 in Kitchener, Ont., was on his daily morning walk – "basically his only exercise" – when the incident occurred, his sister Linda Leinweber told CBC Radio's evening program As It Happens. Gibbon was found Monday morning around 7 a.m. ET on the front corner yard of a home at 387 Margaret Ave.  He was transported to hospital, where he was pronounced dead. "Michael worked night shift all the time," Leinweber explained, and he had little time for anything but work or his daily walk around the neighbourhood.  "He was going to retire next year," she said.

  • Randy Quaid arrested at border trying to enter U.S.

    American actor Randy Quaid and wife Evi Quaid were arrested by U.S. law enforcement Friday night as they tried to enter the United States at a border crossing south of Montreal, according to Vermont State Police. Both were detained on arrest warrants stemming from vandalism charges against them in California, and bail was set by a Vermont Superior Court judge for $50,000 US each. While in Canada, Randy Quaid had been arrested on Tuesday by the Canadian Border Service Agency for being a potential flight risk after he attended a regular check-in as part of deportation proceedings against him.

  • How to Double Your Money Every 4 Years

    In a recent study, a group of University professors show how 539 individual investors were able to consistently double their money every 3.5 years.

  • Muslim Leaders 'Expose ISIS' Lies’ In Digital Magazine

    British muslim leaders are hoping to halt Islamic State’s online recruitment successes by launching a digital magazine offering an opposing viewpoint. Haqiqah will “expose ISIS’ lies”, revealing “what really lies behind the terrorist organisation”. It’s hoped that hearing imams and scholars offer an alternative perspective will deter disenfranchised British muslims from signing up for the perceived excitement of a life within Islamic State.

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  • Mulcair, not Trudeau, can beat Harper

    Flash back to the final weeks of the federal election in May 2011. Election forecasters were prematurely dismissing a strong early surge from the NDP as a fluke, a flash-in-the-pan. They sang this tune until mere days before Jack Layton led Canada’s NDP through a stunning electoral upset that catapulted the party from 36 seats to an unprecedented 103 and cemented their status as the Official Opposition. Fast forward to 2015 and it feels like déjà vu all over again. We are now in the second last week of the longest election campaign since 1872 and the cynical pundits and pollsters are all too eagerly declaring Tom Mulcair’s once-favoured parliamentary hopes a non-starter. Their predictably misguided

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  • Friends of the S.S. United States Send Out a Last S.O.S.

    A Titanic-sized supership that once ferried presidents, Hollywood royalty, actual royalty and even the Mona Lisa has a place in the history books as the fastest oceanliner in the world. The owners are now racing to avoid having the ship, the S.S. United States, relegated to the junk heap. A preservationist group, the S.S. United States Conservancy, saved the vessel from being scrapped a few years ago. Its members are working with a developer to give the mothballed vessel a new life as a stationary waterfront real-estate development in New York City, the ship’s home port in her heyday. Their big dreams, however, now face a financial crisis: Short of money, the conservancy in recent days formally

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