• Vanessa Paradis' Daughter Lily-Rose Depp Is Basically Her Twin: See the Look-Alike Duo on the Red Carpet

    As Karl Lagerfeld's longtime muse, it was hardly a surprise to see Vanessa Paradis attend the designer's Chanel Paris-Salzburg 2014/15 Metiers d'Art Collection runway show on Tuesday, March 31. Lily-Rose wore a pale blue midriff and skirt ensemble that featured a choker collar design. Paradis and Johnny Depp split in June 2012 after 14 years of dating.

    Us Weekly
  • Teen's rejection of a college rejection letter goes viral

    Whether its from a University or a new employer, we all know that horrible, deflated feeling that comes with getting a rejection letter. The teenager, from North Carolina, had applied to the college in her home state, but on March 26, she was sent a letter telling her she had failed to make the grade.

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  • Avril Battling Lyme Disease

    Avril Lavigne is opening up about battling Lyme disease, something she discovered she had last October while celebrating her 30th birthday. "I could barely eat, and when we went to the pool, I had to leave and go lie in bed," she told People. "My friends

    Access Hollywood
  • Temporary foreign workers in low-skilled jobs must start leaving Canada today

    Thousands of temporary foreign workers are required to leave Canada today, as work permits expire for those who have been in the country for more than four years. In 2011, the Conservative government set April 1, 2015 as the deadline for temporary foreign workers in low-skilled jobs to either become permanent residents or return home. In Alberta alone, 10,000 temporary foreign workers have applied to stay in Canada.

    The Canadian Press
  • Canadian diplomat Roxanne Dubé's son killed, another in custody after Miami shooting

    The 17-year-old son of a Canadian diplomat in Miami is dead, and his 15-year-old brother is in police custody following an alleged drug robbery shootout that also left another teenager dead, CBC News has confirmed. The other teen who died has been identified by NBC News as Joshua Wright, 17. Dubé was named consul general last November, but the father said she only arrived in Miami with the boys in February.

    CBC
  • Jobless 29-year-old has fifteenth child by ten different mothers

    A jobless man said to have fathered 15 children with 10 different women has revealed he has another baby on the way. It is estimated Keith MacDonald's growing brood will end up costing taxpayers more than £2million in benefits.

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  • Toronto sinkhole swallows Jaguar

    A Toronto driver was forced to escape through a car window after his Jaguar was partially swallowed by a sinkhole early Wednesday.  Mario Tavares told CBC News he pulled into the parking lot of a building he owns near the intersection of Todd Bayliss

    CBC
  • Hilary Duff Scorches the Red Carpet in Plunging Crimson Dress: See Her Sexy Style!

    Hilary Duff stepped out to premiere her new TV Land series, Younger, in NYC on Tuesday, March 31, where she absolutely slayed the red carpet in a plunging red-orange dress that flaunted all of her assets. The blood orange frock, with its deep V-neckline and way-up-to-there slit, worked the Lizzie McGuire alum's ample cleavage and toned stems. Duff, 27, topped the tangerine-hued stunner off with a black blazer, ankle-strap heels with gold cap toes, and a glittering clutch.

    Us Weekly
  • Pimps target teens at Montreal malls

    Montreal police are warning parents that pimps are hanging around Montreal-area shopping centres, trying to lure teens into prostitution. "Never say anything negative about the pimps because the victim will reject (you) as a parent because she will think you are judging her.

    CBC
  • April Fools' Day: The best online gags of 2015

    Be careful out there, folks. Anything you read this morning could be a lie. For example: Grammy Award winner Sam Smith “is straight.” BMW is producing mouth guards. Simon Cowell is going to appear on bank notes. And the Fiat 500 is getting smaller, thanks

    Daily Buzz
  • Gran poisons family with hot chocolate that went off 25 YEARS ago

    The woman, named as Mrs. Rosetta, 77, from the Vicenza, in northeastern Italy, is believed to have bought the sachets in the late 80s, before making them into chocolate earlier this month.

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  • Drew Miller takes skate to face in horrifying scene (Photo)

    Detroit forward Drew Miller, who wears a visor, took a skate from Ottawa’s Mark Stone. The photo of Miller (s/t @redwingsmemes) is above. According to Khan, Miller rushed into the dressing room immediately.

    Puck Daddy
  • Are these mystery radio bursts messages from ALIENS?

    A series of mysterious pulsing signals coming from outside our solar system form a strange unexplained pattern, researchers have revealed. Known as Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs), just 10 have been discovered - and astronomers have no idea what they are.

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  • Will tax measures benefiting all families benefit federal political leaders?

    When the prime minister says the government's new tax package will benefit all Canadian families with children under 18, will that include his own? A spokesman for the Prime Minister's Office won't discuss whether Harper himself intends to take advantage of the new income-splitting rules or the expanded child care benefit, for which his family is eligible. Justin Trudeau earns $219,300 a year as Liberal leader, on top of royalties and investments that are left from his father.

    The Canadian Press
  • Winnipeg woman, 26, shares story of breast cancer diagnosis

    Rebecca Klass was in the shower when she first noticed a lump in her breast last May. "I went and saw him a week later," said Klass. "He said basically that it's probably nothing to worry about, [that] because of my age it's probably really unlikely it's breast cancer.

    CBC
  • Bentley designer raps new Ford model - Automotive News

    Bentley Motors' top designer has criticised Ford's new Lincoln Continental, fretting on social media about the car's similarities with one of its own models, Automotive News reported late on Tuesday. The Lincoln Continental luxury saloon, unveiled this week by Ford at the New York auto show, resembles the Bentley Flying Spur, Automotive News reported, citing comments by Bentley design chief Luc Donckerwolke that were picked up by online publication Car Design News.

    Reuters
  • Henry VII's four-poster bed dumped in car park and sold for £2,200

    A four-poster bed which was dumped in a hotel car park and sold for £2,200 has been verified as once belonging to King Henry VII – and it could now be worth millions. The intricately-carved ornate bed was left in the car park of the former Redland House Hotel in Hough Green, Chester, by builders who were renovating the property.

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  • Craft beer growlers stir up controversy among beer drinkers

    Over the past week craft beer enthusiasts have been arguing over Twitter about beer growlers and whether or not they're the best way to buy beer. Growlers are a large, glass bottle that commonly holds up to 2 L of fresh suds from your local brewery. On the Coast's beer columnist Rebecca Whyman says the tradition of buying beer in growlers is centuries old and is not just a trend.

    CBC
  • Tim Hortons adds another coffee flavour in five Canadian test markets

    Coffee drinkers have another option on the menu at select Tim Hortons locations starting Wednesday, as the chain looks to be taken more seriously with java connoisseurs. For the first time, Tim Hortons is serving a single-origin coffee brew as part of a test run across five markets in certain parts of Canada. In the past, Tim Hortons has only served blends of various beans from sources in different countries, which helped keep prices stable regardless of the crop season, or when factors like draught affect bean supplies.

    The Canadian Press
  • Journals found in abandoned briefcase reveal affair of 60s businessman

    An extraordinary collection of photographs and mementos chronicling the affair of a German businessman and his secretary in the late 1960s and 1970s has gone on show in New York. The memorabilia was discovered in a briefcase three decades after the affair took place, abandoned in a German apartment and later sold at auction.

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