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2015 NHL PLAYOFFS

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Follow along with tonight's match-ups: Ottawa vs. Montreal, N.Y. Islanders vs. Washington, Chicago vs. Nashville, and Calgary vs. Vancouver.

  • Taylor Swift Has a Secret Twin and She's a Japanese McDonald's Model: Watch the Commercial Here!

    She's loving it! At least, this McDonald's model may be, because the Internet has taken notice that she's Taylor Swift's secret twin. The model in question appears in an already popular, resurfaced Japanese commercial from the fast-food chain (uploaded

    Us Weekly
  • Paula Stiles identified as mother of three killed in Sherwood Park

    The mother of three who was killed in her Sherwood Park home on Wednesday was "absolutely devoted to her daughters," a family friend told CBC News. "Paula Stiles was the most generous person I have ever met," Edmonton author Todd Babiak said in a statement. Neighbours on a quiet cul-de-sac in Sherwood Park where the body was found say Stiles and her husband separated last year and had three young daughters aged 6 to 13.

    CBC
  • Dollarama calls cops on grandmother who brought dog inside

    It was only after she found the glue and was headed to the checkout that she noticed a police officer in the store — then two more. Dollarama told CBC News that its customer service department has not received a formal complaint about the matter.

    CBC
  • Mission fire kills 1 woman, 2 children escape with hands 'zip-tied'

    A woman died and two children were taken to hospital after what is being considered a suspicious fire ripped through their mobile home in Mission, B.C., in the early hours of Friday morning. Neighbours at the Green Acres Park on Shook Road were woken up by sirens to find one home ablaze and police and fire services in attendance. Two other neighbours (who also asked to remain anonymous) say they saw two girls, aged approximately nine and 11, run out of the fiery trailer "with their hands zip-tied", before being taken away by ambulance.

    CBC
  • Aircraft carrier 'amazingly intact' after 64 years under the Pacific

    After languishing at the bottom of the Pacific for a staggering 64 years, an aircraft carrier from the Second World War has been discovered 'amazingly intact'. The USS Independence is resting 800m underwater off California's Farallon Islands with its hull and deck very well preserved and clearly visible. There also appears to be a plane in the hangar bay of the vessel, scientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said on Thursday.

    Daily Mail q
  • 12 Celebrities Caught Being Anti-Semitic

    AdChoices

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  • Steve Harvey Loses His Cool on ‘Family Feud’ on ‘This Week in Game Shows’

    Steve Harvey is one cool cucumber … usually. But on Family Feud, one team sent him over the edge. Also on “This Week in Game Shows,” it was “Couples Week” on The Price Is Right, where happy unions of all sorts assembled to compete for prizes. And on Let’s Make a Deal, see which costume made co-host Jonathan Magnum exclaim to Wayne Brady, “You’re gonna get sued.”

    TV In No Time
  • GO Transit gets $16B from Ontario for improvements

    The provincial government announced billions in new funding for GO Transit service on Friday and said some $16 billion is now ready to spend on transportation infrastructure in the GTA and Hamilton. In a news release, the province said its total commitment to the Moving Ontario Forward plan — which aims to modernize the province's transit infrastructure — is now $31.5 billion. "There's such an appetite for increased service," said Premier Kathleen Wynne, speaking to reporters in front of a GO train in Barrie.

    CBC
  • Philadelphia family wins back seized rare Double Eagle gold coins possibly worth $80 million

    A family was awarded the rights to 10 rare gold coins possibly worth $80 million or more on Friday after a U.S. appeals court overturned a jury verdict. U.S. Department of the Treasury officials insist the $20 Double Eagles were stolen from the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia before the 1933 series was melted down when the country went off the gold standard. Langbord's father, jeweler Israel Switt, had dealings with the Mint in the 1930s and was twice investigated over his coin holdings.

    The Canadian Press
  • Zayn Malik Surfaces at Asian Awards 2015 With Shaved Head After One Direction Departure

    Zayn Malik surfaced at the Asian Awards 2015 on Friday, April 17, making his first public appearance since exiting One Direction. The former boy bander, 22, looked happy and handsome at the annual awards show, held at London's Grosvenor House Hotel. The British singer had a rough few months before his abrupt departure from One Direction on March 25.

    Us Weekly
  • Once again, Canada's Eugenie Bouchard takes a pass on the traditional Fed Cup handshake

    Give the lady props for consistency, especially given the fact that after last year's "non-handshake" moment against Kristina Kucova and Slovakia, the eyes of many tennis fans would be upon Genie Bouchard when the same moment rolled around again at the official draw for the Canada vs. Romania tie Friday in Montreal. As a Fed Cup moment, it's pretty much up there with all the group photos, and having to listen to all the speeches at the previous night's official dinner and prior to the official draw. Give Bouchard credit for nerve, as well.

    Eh Game
  • Warning over deadly new children's game of 'sleeper'

    Police in Manchester have now issued a warning to parents over the game, known as 'sleeper', which officers say is potentially fatal. The child's details have not been release but a Greater Manchester Police spokesman said the child is believed to have had underlying health problems and is expected to make a full recovery.

    Daily Mail q
  • Fish that hitched cross-Pacific ride in suspected tsunami debris boat are quarantined

    The wreckage of a fishing boat that appears to be debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami was carrying some unexpected passengers — fish from Japanese waters — when it was spotted off the Oregon coast. Fish washed up in debris can bring parasites and diseases to native species, but biologists say the latest fish pose little threat. Last month, a striped knifejaw turned up in a fisherman's crab trap off the Oregon Coast.

    The Canadian Press
  • Canadian Tire eyes vacated Target spaces, builds SportChek brand

    Retail giant Canadian Tire is eyeing space recently vacated by Target Canada across the country, says president and CEO Michael Medline. “I imagine a lot of Target that’s in the malls will fall back to the landlords in which case we will also be talking to the landlords at the appropriate time. Michael Kehoe, a retail specialist with Fairfield Commercial Real Estate Inc. in Calgary, said Target’s exit from Canada will give large format retailers such as Canadian Tire an unprecedented opportunity to reposition in many markets.

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  • Is it a hovercraft or plane? Chinese CYG-11 floats over waves in test

    It looks like a cross between a catamaran and a hovercraft, but these strange vehicles are actually new new type of aircraft developed in China. Two prototypes of the CYG-11 seaplane were tested this week over the sea off the coast of Haikou in Hainan Province in China. The aircraft is believed to be a joint project between Russia and China to build new types of super-efficient seaplane.

    Daily Mail q
  • 9 Things You Didn't Know Coca-Cola Could Do (10 photos)

    Sugary drinks aren't allowed in all households these days, but even the most health-conscious of folks can find a few reasons to keep a can of Coke around the house. Did you know Coke could help you do the dishes? How about cleaning your laundry with

    Bob Vila
  • 'Haunted' doll so creepy it caused one woman to suffer heart attack

    Video footage of a creepy doll has been wreaking havoc on a string of paranormal enthusiasts around the world – reportedly causing one British woman to suffer a heart attack. Paranormal investigator Jayne Harris, based in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, said she has received an influx of messages from people describing chest pains, nausea and crippling headaches after viewing photos and videos of Peggy, who she believed to be possessed with an evil spirit.

    Daily Mail q
  • Could the Canadian anthem be banned at NHL playoffs, jokes Naheed Nenshi

    A recent Supreme Court ruling banning prayer from city council meetings has some wondering if the wording of our national anthem could get it banned from hockey games. "Every one of our hockey games has a prayer that includes the word God," Nenshi said. Since the mid-1970s, city council meetings in Calgary have begun with a 30-word prayer asking God to guide officials into making wise and knowledgeable decisions and ends with the word amen.

    CBC
  • ESPN reporter suspended after vicious attack on parking attendant

    The 28-year-old, who hails from New Jersey, had her car towed from the parking lot of a Chinese restaurant in Arlington, Virginia, and the verbal attack was captured on a security camera as she paid to pick the vehicle up at the tow lot office.

    Daily Mail q
  • Weird sea creature that bites off its own tail washes up on beach

    Scientists are baffled after discovering a rare deep sea oarfish had washed up on a salt marsh in New Zealand. The serpent like specimen was found by a local man at the entrance of the Otago Harbour, in Dunedin on Thursday.

    Daily Mail q
  • Falling loonie has some Canadian snowbirds selling their U.S. homes

    Seated on a coffee shop patio in southern California, Saskatchewan snowbirds Irene Henderson and Randy Krauss explain to an American friend how things were during the good old days, when the loonie floated well above par. About five years ago, they were getting between $1.06 and $1.10 US for every Canadian dollar. With the Canadian dollar now well below par against its U.S. counterpart, many snowbirds are finding it increasingly hard on their finances.

    CBC