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  • Kim Kardashian Goes Blonde!

    Kim Kardashian – we barely recognize you! Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are seen on March 5, 2015 in Paris (Getty) The reality star stepped out in Paris on Thursday debuting her new blonde hair. The 34-year-old was spotted with husband Kanye West heading

    Access Hollywood
  • Kendall Jenner Did the Unthinkable: She Smiled on the Runway at Paris Fashion Week!

    Changing the game! Helping to launch Paris Fashion Week, Kendall Jenner hit the H&M runway in the City of Light on Wednesday, March 4, and for once, she donned the one accessory you're never fully dressed without: a smile! PHOTOS: Kendall's best runway

    Us Weekly
  • Windsor library woman fired by employer,says lawyer for U.S. webcam sex provider

    The woman who made raunchy sex shows for an online audience in public places, believed to include public libraries in Windsor, Ont., has been fired by her employer. Lawyer Lawrence Walters of Walters Law Group in Longwood, Fla., says the woman was a contract model for website MyfreeCams.com. Police say they are confident some of the videos were shot at Windsor library branches, and that the woman would cover up when people walked past.

    The Canadian Press
  • Julie Andrews: I'm "Still Dealing" With Death of Husband Blake Edwards

    The Oscar-winning actress, 79, appeared on the show in recognition of the 50th anniversary of The Sound of Music, and took some time to speak about her marriage and her husband, who passed away in 2010 at the age of 88. "We were married 41 years and it was a love story, it was," Andrews said of the time she spent with the filmmaker. After divorcing first husband Tony Walton in 1967, she married Edwards in 1969.

    Us Weekly
  • Kristin Cavallari Calls Out NFL Player Kyle Long After He Says Olivia Munn is Hotter

    This WAG is wagging her finger no! Kristin Cavallari called out her husband's teammate Kyle Long via Twitter on Wednesday, Mar. 4, after the NFL player implied that Olivia Munn was hotter. Long, 26, hosted an informal Twitter Q&A after fans who were worried that the Chicago Bears guard and Jay Cutler's teammate would be traded to the Philadelphia Eagles.

    Us Weekly
  • Bell blames Manitoba customer for not noticing billing error

    Jeremy Bender wishes he’d paid more attention to his. The Birds Hill, Man. man says he recently realized he’d been  paying $15 a month for a PVR that he was told was included free-of-charge when he signed a two-year subscriber contract with Bell in April 2013. “Yeah, I should have caught it,” Bender said in an interview, acknowledging he should have read the bill more closely.

    CBC
  • For OUA Final Four, 'Acadia rule' and CIS politics provide the backdrop

    The stakes for the OUA final four might not seem overly high: No. 1-ranked Carleton, No. 2 and host Ottawa, No. 3 Ryerson and No. 5 Windsor all reconvening at next week's CIS Final 8 in Toronto would seem like a slam dunk. In reality, it goes a little deeper, since one of the top four Canadian university men's basketball teams still active is going to go 0-2 this weekend and have its fate fall into the hands of the CIS seeding committee. Windsor Lancers coach Chris Oliver, whose teem draws Ottawa in the Friday's late semifinal at Montpetit Hall (8 p.m. ET, OUA.tv), believes his team is in a must-win situation.

    Eh Game
  • UK teacher sentenced to 6 years for attempting to join Islamic State group

    A teacher whose family helped thwart his plans to travel to Syria to fight alongside the Islamic State group was sentenced to six years in prison on Thursday in a case that highlighted the struggles of parents trying to stop their children from being radicalized. Alarmed at Jamshed Javeed's transformation from science teacher to would-be jihadi, his sister recorded family arguments in which he insists he will go to Syria. "It was clear from the evidence in this case that the family were absolutely set against him joining this terrorist group in Syria," Det.

    The Canadian Press 58 mins ago
  • Justin Bieber goes shirtless on Men's Health cover: His six biggest reveals

    Justin Bieber didn’t just reveal his chest for the cover of the (fitting) "Reinvention Issue" of Men’s Health’s. The 21-year-old “Boyfriend” singer also revealed plenty of hidden truths about his life. Bieber revealed he used “mathematical algorithms” to solve a Rubik’s Cube in under a minute. According to Bieber, he was a fighter as far back as grade six.

    Celebrity News
  • Canada's job quality sinks to record low: CIBC

    This won’t be a surprise to many Canadians toiling away at work right now, but the quality of Canadian jobs is at its lowest level in more than two decades, a new report from CIBC shows. The bank’s latest Canadian Employment Quality Index, has fallen across measures including part-time versus full-time work, paid versus self-employment and compensation trends. What’s more, CIBC says the Bank of Canada’s move to lower interest rates, in an attempt to spur economic growth and in turn job creation, won’t cure the problem.

    Insight
  • Dr. Saira Malik's former patients not surprised by reprimand

    In addition to the reprimand, Dr. Saira Malik will have to take a record keeping course, complete a program to address her "disrespectful style and generally unprofessional behaviour," and take part in an audit that will review deficiencies.

    CBC
  • Security guard involved in fatal McDonald’s shooting faces police scrutiny, possible charges

    The security guard at the centre of the double-fatal shooting at a Toronto McDonald’s is assisting police in their investigation, but faces intense scrutiny and possible criminal charges surrounding the use of his firearm. Security expert Chris Menary, author of The Canadian Security Professionals Guide, said police will examine every aspect of the shooting, including whether the guard was following the strict rules that govern the use of firearms by licensed security workers. “Unless he was dropping cash there, he is going to have a real hard sell as to why he pulled his firearm unless the men tried to get his firearm or pulled a knife on him, because Ontario has strict rules for storage and use,” Menary said in an interview with Yahoo Canada News.

    Daily Brew
  • Reinhart, Ehlers and Nylander lead scouts’ take on top 10 NHL-drafted prospects

    From Buffalo Sabres top draft choice Sam Reinhart to Winnipeg Jets first-rounder Josh Morrissey, BTN teamed up with a scouting team to lay out the top 10 NHL-drafted prospects. The prospects eligible for this list require a birthdate no later than 1994 and can’t have played more than nine NHL games. The list is courtesy of International Scouting Services scouts Matt Grainda and Paul Dionne.

    Buzzing The Net
  • Mike Smith Coyotes retro mask features Alice Cooper (Photos)

    So imagine you’re Henrik Sedin. You’re behind the net Thursday night against the Coyotes on goaltender Mike Smith. You want to make a play … but gaaaaaah. This is staring you in the face: Yup, that’s Coyotes super fan Alice Cooper, who is part of Smith

    Puck Daddy
  • The apps Edward Snowden recommends to protect your privacy online

    There are a host of free, easy-to-use apps and programs that can help protect your privacy online, and if everybody uses them it can provide a sort of "herd immunity" said Edward Snowden in a live video chat from Russia on Wednesday. Snowden appeared via teleconference in an event hosted by Ryerson University and Canadian Journalists For Expression, to launch the CJFE's online database that compiles all of the publicly released classified documents the former U.S. National Security Agency contractor leaked. In response to a Twitter question,Snowden expanded on what tools he recommends for privacy. "You need to ensure your communications are protected in transit," said Snowden.

    CBC
  • Seinfeld Reunion! Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, and Michael Richards Will Make You Want to Grab a Cup of Coffee and Some Soup

    Not that there’s anything wrong with that! On Wednesday, March 4, Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, and Michael Richards made Seinfeld fans’ dreams come true at a charity event hosted by the beloved sitcom’s leading man.  PHOTOS: Costars reunited The trio

    Us Weekly
  • Wind Mobile may win spectrum at bargain price in Canadian auction

    Small Canadian wireless operator Wind Mobile might have snagged valuable spectrum in an airwaves auction this week at a bargain-basement price, an industry analyst said on Thursday after a report that a rival bidder may have dropped out. The National Post reported late on Wednesday that Mobilicity, a struggling new entrant in the sector, was likely to have dropped out of the auction as a financing deal it had lined up may have fallen apart just before the auction began. In a research note on Thursday, Canaccord Genuity's telecom analyst Dvai Ghose said that if the report is accurate, Wind may well have won valuable spectrum in the provinces of Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia that had been set aside for new market entrants for the reserve price of about C$56 million ($44.9 million).

    Reuters
  • O'Brien covers emotional terrain in recovering from arm amputation

    For television science correspondent Miles O'Brien, seeing on film the aftermath of the fluke injury that resulted in the amputation of his left arm above the elbow proved more difficult than he had anticipated. "I was a little bit taken aback by how much it affected me emotionally," O'Brien said. O'Brien, 55, used to be CNN's top science correspondent until the network laid off his entire unit.

    The Canadian Press
  • Youth shoots himself outside school in Saskatchewan hamlet

    A tiny francophone community in Saskatchewan is reeling after a youth fatally shot himself outside the local school. RCMP said Wednesday morning an initial investigation has revealed that a boy under the age of 18 died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound outside of École St. Isidore in the hamlet of St. Isidore-de-Bellevue.

    CBC
  • 10 things McDonald’s won’t tell you

    Ah, McDonald’s, the place where we feast upon Big Macs, Egg McMuffins and even the occasional sweet chili chicken McWrap. In the U.S., the fast-food chain, founded in 1948, boasts by far the largest annual restaurant sales--almost triple the volume of Subway, its nearest competitor, according to QSR magazine, a trade publication for the industry.

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