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  • Kayla had a new job and life — until a cop exposed her sex worker past

    VANCOUVER—When Cheryl’s manager discovered the 38-year-old used to work in the sex trade, she says he joked that a name plate on her desk read “pubic relations.” Kayla, 61, was in a new job too when she says a police officer informed a colleague she had formerly been a “prostitute and a junkie.” She lost the job and saw no option but returning to the sex industry. Both women encountered the degrading treatment when they attempted to leave sex work for new occupations, an obstacle that a recently published study calls the “whore stigma.” The women were among 22 Vancouver sex workers interviewed for a peer-reviewed article in the Canadian Review of Sociology. The women, whose names were changed

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  • Teacher ‘Who Had Sex With Female Student’ Is Banned From Seeing Her Own Children

    A married teacher has been banned from seeing her own children after she allegedly had sex with one of her teenage students. Laura Garrigus, 30, is said by police to have had a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old female student that went on for several months. Following her arrest, the mum-of-three resigned from her job at the Cumberland International Early College in North Carolina.

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  • Cindy Crawford's daughter Kaia Gerber lands two modelling gigs in one week

    Kaia Gerber has big shoes to fill if she's keen to follow in mom Cindy Crawford's footsteps, but the up-and-coming model is holding her own. Fashion designer Alexander Wang has launched a new Instagram account, @wangsquad, to reveal a host of Polaroid headshots featuring the new stars of his SS16 campaign. Just six days earlier, Kaia had revealed a new campaign with luxury brand Chrome Hearts, announcing the news on Instagram.

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  • Woman Keeps McDonald’s Happy Meal Untouched For Six Years – And This Is The Shocking Result

    A mum claims to have conducted an experiment where she kept a McDonald’s Happy Meal for SIX years – just to see if it would decompose. 

    Yahoo News
  • Apple Boss Tim Cook Takes Worst iPhone Photo Ever at Super Bowl, Internet Mocks Him

    The blurry photo shows the aftermath of the biggest event in the U.S. sporting calendar, where the Carolina Panthers took on the Denver Broncos at Levi’s Stadium in California on Sunday night, with confetti is shown raining down on the field. Naturally, the dreadful quality of the image made Cook something of an easy target, with many Twitter users mocking up new versions of Apple’s ‘Shot on iPhone’ promotions posters.

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  • Gerber Life Grow-Up Plan

    Insurance coverage for your child? It is affordable and simple to set up! Just click here to find out more from Gerber Life!

  • Rising Sea Levels Will Leave Just The Top Of Nelson’s Column Standing Above The Waves, Says Study

    The world’s dependence on fossil fuels will cause sea levels to rise leaving just the top half of Nelson’s column poking through the waves, says a new study. Burning just half of the remaining fossil fuels will affect the planet for more than 100,000 years, scientists warn. Published in the journal, Nature Climate Change, the study says that at the current rate humans are pumping carbon into the atmosphere, the Earth may suffer irreparable damage, with sea level rises affecting a fifth of the world’s population.

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  • Woman filmed 'trying to leave scene' of serious Sunshine Coast crash

    A tow truck driver has recorded an extraordinary confrontation with a young woman trying to leave the scene of a serious accident.

    7News
  • There is a new threat lurking on the internet that targets kids ages 10-13 years old

    Tue, Feb 9: It's called a sextortion, and as Angie Seth reports, many kids are victims.

    Global News
  • Ryan Reynolds reveals the most romantic thing he’s done for wife Blake Lively

    Blake Lively is one lucky woman! Not only is her husband Ryan Reynolds extremely sweet, smart and good-looking, he’s also very romantic. Ryan only has eyes for his wife Blake. Blake and Ryan left their precious 14-month-old daughter, James, at home on Monday night (Feb. 8) to attend the event in New York.

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  • 2 & 4 Post Automotive Lifts In Stock, Ontario, CA

    Two and Four Post Lifts, New and in stock in our Ontario, CA warehouse. You pick up for free or we can ship or arrange delivery and install. Call now!

  • Sanders defeats Clinton, Trump wins in New Hampshire

    Bernie Sanders won a commanding victory over Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday, and Donald Trump also scored a big win in a triumph of two candidates who have seized on Americans' anger at the Washington political establishment. Sanders, a self-described democratic socialist, beat a former secretary of state and first lady once seen as the all-but-certain Democratic nominee. While Clinton remains the favourite in the national race for the Democratic nomination, the win by the Vermont senator could be a springboard into a competitive, drawn-out primary campaign.

    The Canadian Press
  • Animal Lovers Blast Dog Owner Who Dyes Her Puppies To Look Like Pandas

    Animal lovers and welfare groups have condemned a woman who has dyed her three pet dogs to look like baby pandas. Meng Jiang caused quite a stir when she was spotted walking her adorable Chow Chow pups - named Tudou, YuMi and DouDou - through the streets of Singapore. Onlookers thought she was walking tiny pandas on a lead but it turned out she had simply used black dye around the dogs’ eyes, ears, legs and tails to create the distinctive look.

    Yahoo News
  • Syrian refugee family combats bedbugs in Halifax apartment

    A Syrian refugee family living in a central Halifax apartment say they're suffering from something that plagues a lot of buildings: bedbugs. Ten-month-old Rayan Zeina grimaces as his mother, Wafaa Al Safadi, lifts his shirt to show his chest and back covered in itchy bites and large scabs. The Zeinas, a family of six, moved into the 10th floor of Harbour View Apartments on Gerrish Street less than two weeks ago and the problem is getting worse.

    CBC
  • This Woman’s FitBit Knew She Was Pregnant Before She Did

    Posting in the tech support forum, YoungPTone wrote: “My wife’s fitbit is showing her heartbeat being consistently high over the last few days. "Two days ago, a somewhat normal day, she logged 10 hours in the fat burning zone, which I would think to be impossible based on her activity level. "Also her calories burned do seem accurate.

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  • Funeral Home ‘Dumped Bodies In Corridor Next To Old Bike And Christmas Trees’

    A funeral home stored coffins containing bodies in a corridor next to an old bike and Christmas trees, it has been claimed. The Sun reported that the coffins were stored on a shelf next to a rusty bicycle and discarded Christmas trees in a room with a mouldy ceiling at the Midcounties Co-operative Funeralcare home in Walsall. Midcounties Co-operative said it will investigate the claims.

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  • Calgary man arrested for vehicle repair fraud

    A young Calgary man allegedly victimized more than 50 people across the country in a vehicle repair scam, police say. 

    CBC
  • 6 Reasons to Warm Up to In-Floor Heating (6 photos)

    With origins dating back to ancient Rome, in-floor heating isn’t anything new, but it’s come a tremendously long way from its distant roots. The technology has gone through plenty of permutations and countless improvements over the centuries. Homeowners today are probably most familiar with those electric heating mats designed to lend warmth to chilly floors—say, in the bathroom or back hall. In-floor heating can, however, do a lot more than just heat the floor. In fact, as experienced in hydronic radiant systems from industry leaders like Warmboard, the technology delivers a viable alternative to traditional forced air and can heat the entire home in a remarkably comfortable, energy-efficient way. Already a popular choice in Europe and Asia, in-floor heating remains relatively rare here at home. But more and more people are choosing the technology as the sole heating method for new homes, additions, and gut renovations. Click through now to learn why. This content has been brought to you by Warmboard. Its facts and opinions are those of BobVila.com. | By Steven Fox, BobVila.com

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  • Montreal superintendent, building owner ordered to pay tenant $13K after racist remarks

    A Montreal superintendent along with the owner of the building have been ordered to pay a total of $13,000 for moral and punitive damages after actions targeting a Muslim tenant. Over the course of several years, Barchichat got into several verbal confrontations with Tighrine, who had been living in the Côte-des-Neiges apartment building on Ridgewood Avenue since 2007.

    CBC
  • Blizzard brings Cape Breton to standstill with school, office closures

    The blizzard that hit Nova Scotia was still raging in Cape Breton hours after the snow stopped on the mainland. Canada Post cancelled mail delivery, the Cape Breton Regional Municipality cancelled curbside garbage collection, Transit Cape Breton buses stayed off the roads all day and the civic centre in Sydney did not open. Hospitals around Cape Breton switched to providing emergency services only, which meant lots of tests and procedures had to be rescheduled.

    CBC
  • There Are TWO Zebras Hidden In This Herd Of Wildebeest: Can You Spot Them?

    You wouldn’t think it at first glance, but this amazing photograph of wildebeest on a stampede contains two zebras. The image of a wildebeest migration was captured by German wildlife photographer Ingo Gerlach in Maasai Mara, Kenya. “There are around 1.5 million wildebeest that wander through the savannah in the Tanzanian Serengeti and Maasai Mara.

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  • Oil producing Sask. First Nations sue Canadian Government for billions

    Oil producing Saskatchewan First Nations are suing the federal government in a class action lawsuit. Heather Rumble Peterson, a lawyer on the case, says the federal government hasn't done enough to support resource development on reserves. Rumble Peterson said the government has a legal obligation to develop land.

    CBC