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VIDEO: Shark diving experience goes terribly wrong

These divers got a little more than they bargained for when an 11.5-foot Great White attacked their protective cage and nearly ripped it to shreds.

  • Honeymoon is over for penniless Greek couple in NYC, begging after bank cards were declined

    Newlyweds Valasia Limnioti and Konstantinos Patronis' long-planned "dream trip" to the U.S. ended in New York City, where their three-week honeymoon quickly turned into a nightmare: Their Greek-issued credit and debit cards were suddenly declined and they were left penniless. The couple skipped a few meals before spending their last dollars on dinner at McDonald's. Strangers from two Greek Orthodox churches in the city's Queens borough came to the rescue, giving them survival cash until their flight home to Greece on Friday. "Everything was all right — then 'boom!' in New York," Limnioti said.

    The Canadian Press
  • Trudeau promises we’ll pay more

    Justin Trudeau said Monday it’s time you paid higher taxes.

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  • Toddler found dead as mum pushed him on park swing had been there for TWO DAYS

    A toddler who was found dead on a park swing as his mother pushed him had been there for TWO DAYS, a medical examiner has said. It was there that they found the boy’s mother, 24-year-old Romechia Simms, who is homeless and suffers from mental health problems, pushing her son. Vonteshia Simms, the child’s grandmother, said: ‘Romechia would never harm my grandson in any type of way.

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  • 30th anniversary of 'Back to the Future' celebrated at Hollywood Bowl with screening, concert

    Thousands went back in time as one of the largest movie audiences ever in one place gathered to watch "Back to the Future" at the Hollywood Bowl in a celebration of the film's 30th anniversary. The Bowl was just shy of its 17,000-person capacity for the Tuesday night event marking the 1985 release of the Michael J. Fox time-travel blockbuster. As the film played on the Bowl's various screens, composer Alan Silvestri's score was performed live by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, conducted by David Newman.

    The Canadian Press
  • Home value killers: Problems that could make your property near worthless

     A potential nightmare example emerged last week with an Antigonish, Nova Scotia house that saw its assessed value drop to $1 from $365,000 after the owners found Mi’kmaq artifacts on the property and reported them. If the goal was to reduce property taxes, it was shrewd. Real estate laws in Canada can be murky on this stuff, as sellers are only required to disclose material defects to the property, such as a crack in the foundation. And while nobody expects to find a burial site when they start digging out the basement, there are value killers you can watch out for.

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  • California television reporters robbed, cameraman pistol whipped during live broadcasts

    News crews from two San Francisco Bay Area television stations were robbed at gunpoint and a cameraman was pistol whipped during live broadcasts on Thursday. Several camera crews were broadcasting live reports for local morning shows about a killing that occurred nearby Wednesday night. The robber drove away in a black BMW with two cameras and two tripods from stations KTVU and KNTV.

    The Canadian Press
  • Top Scientist Claims Aliens ARE Real And They Look Like Humans

    If you had any doubt in the existence of aliens then you can now be sure - they are definitely real and they even look just like us. In fact, he thinks it’s surprising that we haven’t already discovered human-like beings, given the amount of Earth-like planets that have already been detected.

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  • Video shows Saskatoon's Kandice Singbeil before she went missing

    Saskatoon police released a short video of Kandice Singbeil to Crime Stoppers this week to help them find the woman who has not been heard from since May 25. The video comes from a surveillance camera and appears to show Singbeil riding her bike downtown. Saskatoon police hope the video will remind other businesses to check their surveillance cameras.

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  • No doubt aboot it: Canada is better than America in at least 7 ways

    It is the place where Americans threaten to move when things aren't going well at home (this is, perhaps surprisingly, true of both liberals and conservatives in America). It is also the butt of endless jokes, generally involving Canada being America's hat or Toronto's crack-smoking mayor or Robin Sparkles. Today is Canada Day.

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  • Sacked, the pilots who let a Playboy playmate fly their plane

    TWO pilots have been sacked after allowing a Playboy playmate to fly their plane. Victoria Xipolitakis was invited into the cockpit of the Embraer jet and briefly took the controls during the one-hour flight from Buenos Aires to Rosario. The Argentinian airline learned about the incident when she posted video and photos of the event on Twitter.

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  • 12 Easy-to-Grow Plants That Repel Mosquitos (12 photos)

    If you're the type of person who can't stand outside for an hour without gaining a host of new bug bites, then this article is for you. Don't let another Summer pass by in itchy despair - instead, rid yourself of the mosquito problem once and for all!

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  • Floyd Mayweather to Cops -- Go Ahead, Ticket Me ... 'It's Not Like I Can't Afford It'

    Floyd Mayweather almost got fined by police this weekend ... and he couldn't have cared less.  The boxer and his entourage were rollin' down…

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  • The 10 Best Stocks to Hold Forever

    Few people realize these stocks exist. But many of the richest, most successful investors have been cashing in on them for decades. Now you can too...

  • Maple Leafs, Bruins have completely undone Kessel trade in six years

    When Brian Burke traded two first-round picks and a second-rounder to the Boston Bruins in September 2009 for Phil Kessel, he believed the Toronto Maple Leafs would make the playoffs in 2010 and 2011. When they didn't, the Bruins got the Leafs' No. 2 pick that became Tyler Seguin and the No. 9 pick the next year that became Dougie Hamilton. Fans at TD Garden in Boston would often chant, "Thank you, Kessel," for the deal that looked like it could be incredibly lopsided.

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  • Air Canada flight diversion to Winnipeg leads to charges against Nunavut woman

    A 24-year-old woman from Nunavut has been charged with assault following a disturbance aboard an Air Canada flight that had to be diverted to Winnipeg on Wednesday. Air Canada Flight 189 was en route from Ottawa to Vancouver when it was forced to land at Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson Airport around 7 p.m. CT. The airline confirmed that the flight, which had 118 passengers on board, stopped in Winnipeg because of a disruptive passenger.

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  • Tiffani Thiessen's Baby Boy!

    And baby makes four! "Saved By The Bell" alum Tiffani Thiessen and husband Brady Smith welcomed their second child, a boy, on Wednesday. The actress, 41, shared the news via Instagram on Thursday with an adorable photo of 5-year-old daughter Harper Renn

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  • Curtis Wilson missing near Vernon after friend found dead in lake

    RCMP in Vernon, B.C., are searching the Kalamalka Lake area for 24-year-old Curtis Wilson after the body of the  Lethbridge, Alta., man's companion was found in the lake on Sunday. Police have identified the deceased man as 32-year-old Shane Letkeman, who was also from Lethbridge. "During the police investigation into this matter, it was determined that Shane Letkeman was last known to be with Curtis Wilson," she said.

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  • BC woman recounts nightmare traveling experience with Air Canada

    Thu, Jul 2: Losing your passport -- it's every traveller's nightmare. And that's exactly what happened to a woman from BC. In her case, she remembered where she left it -- but that didn't help very much.

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  • Police investigating 'gruesome' assault at east-end Ottawa home

    Ottawa police's major crimes unit is investigating after a man in his 30s was discovered in his east-end home Wednesday afternoon with life-threatening injuries. Police launched their investigation after someone pressed the panic button on an alarm system at 87 Rothbury Crescent at around 12:30 p.m. Neighbours have identified the victim in the assault as Ian Cope, a computer consultant who also runs a karaoke business from his apartment and uses a wheelchair.

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  • Rob Ford cleared to return to work after cancer treatment

    Rob Ford is going back to work at Toronto City Hall with the blessing of his medical team.  Ford's chief of staff said Thursday the former Toronto mayor has been cleared to return to his duties as a city councillor for one or two days per week. 

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  • Rihanna Drops Graphic New Vid

    Rihanna doesn’t just "Talk That Talk." The star's edgy video for "Bitch Better Have My Money" sends her "Rated R" image marching front and center. The singer dropped the seven-minute, NSFW clip on Wednesday night, after teasing fans with a series of Instagram

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