5 things to know about wider ISIS mission

Although the House of Commons voted to extend and expand Canada's fight against ISIS, several questions remain.

  • Newlyweds: The First Year Couple Erik Courtney, Nadine Jolie Courtney are Expecting Their First Child

    They're expecting! Although last week's episode of Bravo's Newlyweds: The First Year ended with Erik Courtney and new wife Nadine Jolie Courtney relieved that a pregnancy test turned out to be negative, the couple learned just a few weeks later (during

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  • Drew Miller takes skate to face in horrifying scene

    Detroit forward Drew Miller, who wears a visor, took a skate from Ottawa’s Mark Stone. The play looked completely accidental as Stone was falling down when it happened. Anyway, here is the gif (s/t Steph)… GIF i LITERALLY SCREAMED WHEN I SAW THIS Drew

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  • LeBron James has so few friends that only his kids will play video games with him

    Assured of his status as the East’s second seed and rightfully confident in his Cleveland Cavaliers’ ability to wipe the floor with the Eastern Conference come playoff time, LeBron James has now taken to destroying his kids at video games. Possibly playing as himself on a Cavalier off-day, James gave his sons LeBron Jr. and Bryce fair warning prior to their time with the controller, while letting daughter Zhuri and wife Savannah off the hook. The welcome respite came toward the end of another rather event-filled day for James, who disclosed on Monday evening that, shock horror, he doesn’t consider himself to be great friends the whole of the NBA.

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  • 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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  • At 40, R.A. Dickey is primed for his best season with Blue Jays

    R.A. Dickey, one of the oldest – and certainly wisest – players in MLB, could be on the verge of adding another special chapter to his already uncommon story. This will be Dickey's 19th season in professional baseball, a journey with so many twists and turns its been compared over and over to the pitch that gave him a new lease on life on the mound, the knuckleball. After that season the rebuilding Mets cashed in, sending Dickey to Toronto for a package that included two premium prospects.

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  • Asian stocks sag, Greek worries continue to dog euro

    Crude oil prices continued declining as negotiations between Iran and world powers over nuclear technology with potential supply implications dragged on beyond a deadline. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down 0.1 percent. Japan's Nikkei lost 0.3 percent and South Korean and Australian shares also dipped.

  • Three killed after car is flattened by more than 20 tonnes of glass

    Eyewitnesses say that the lorry, which was carrying 20 tonnes of architectural glass, braked suddenly at a red light on the Zhufeng highway last Saturday before the cargo flooded out from two sides. The silver sedan was completely flattened and its five passengers were buried under the mountain of shattered glass, according to People's Daily Online. Tragic: Three people were killed after a truckload of architectural glass fell on top of their car. The three passengers sitting closest to the truck died instantly while two others - including the driver - were taken to hospital to be treated for non-life threatening injuries.

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  • Charlotte Reacts To 'Dancing' Boot

    Charlotte McKinney got booted from "Dancing with the Stars" on Monday, and the elimination stung for more reasons than one. After dancing her rumba with pro partner Keo Motsepe, "DWTS" judge Bruno Tonioli told the model, "Listen my darling, you're never gonna win the Nobel Prize for quantum physics, but you are easy on the eyes," earning boos from the audience. "I do believe it was uncalled for, especially after a week like the last week that we had… and throwing that in there just didn't make sense to me," Charlotte told Access Hollywood's Liz Hernandez after the show, when asked how she felt about Bruno's remark.

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  • G20 officer committed battery, violated rights of protester, court rules

    A police officer who gained widespread notoriety for telling a protester at the infamous G20 summit that "this ain't Canada right now" committed battery when he manhandled him, Ontario's top court has concluded. The ruling by the Ontario Court of Appeal overturns a lower court finding that Sgt. Mark Charlebois had only touched Paul Figueiras at the June 2010 event in downtown Toronto. "Even if Sgt. Charlebois was authorized to stop Mr. Figueiras and demand that he submit to a search, I do not accept that the grabbing and pushing that occurred here were 'necessary' to achieve this purpose," the Appeal Court found.

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  • We've Been Making This Mason Jar Lunch Week After Week and Aren't Sick of It Yet

    Beans and quinoa doesn't sound like the most exciting lunch, but when done right and sprinkled with a few simple yet flavorful toppings, it's a combination that's absolutely craveable. Like many great recipes, this one was created out of necessity:

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  • Ruined historic mansion for sale in southeast Saskatchewan

    In the market for a once-proud mansion built more than 125 years ago? The auction for what once was a grand house and stables on 14 acres of land in southeast Saskatchewan is over. It was part of the community of Cannington Manor. Offers have been made to buy it, but they have not been accepted yet, according to owner Delva Rebin.

  • 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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  • Rockies' John Axford leaves camp after his son was bitten by rattlesnake

    Following Wednesday's game, Axford received a call from a Phoenix-area hospital, explaining that his son had been bitten twice on the foot by a rattlesnake. Axford, 31, said he was in "sheer panic" upon hearing the news.

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  • Julianne Moore Fired From Turkey Tourism Gig for "Poor Acting"

    Julianne Moore may have won 2015's Best Actress Oscar for her stunning turn in Still Alice, but gold trophies and industry accolades don’t mean much to Turkey's tourism board. Poised to become the face of Turkey for various promotional spots and advertisements, Moore, 54, was dropped by the country's Culture and Tourism Ministry after a poor performance during a film shoot. Turkey's Hürriyet Daily News reports that execs were put off by Moore's "poor acting" in a promotional tourism film, and demanded the actress reshoot the film.

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  • Government of Saskatchewan's Lean contract comes to end

    The Saskatchewan government's controversial Lean contract with consultant John Black ended on Tuesday. Black was brought in to make the health care system more efficient. Health Minister Dustin Duncan said the government will have to learn important lessons from Lean.

  • Judge orders TV's ex-housewife of Vancouver to pay special court costs

    A former reality TV star who tried to manipulate and lie to a B.C. Supreme Court judge during her divorce proceedings has been ordered to pay special costs to her ex-husband. The decision by Justice Miriam Gropper posted online Tuesday follows several 2014 family law rulings against Jody Claman, who appeared in the now-cancelled "Real Housewives of Vancouver" series. Eran Friedlander claimed in a submission his ex-wife deserves "reproof or rebuke" for trying to mislead and deceive the court, disobeying court orders, using delay tactics and failing to disclose and dissipating assets.

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  • Grandmother’s hilarious real-estate photos go viral

    Yolie Ball and her husband are trying to sell their Florida home. When Ball’s daughter arrived to take some real-estate photos for the couple, 86-year-old Ball insisted on posing in some of them. Ball’s 15-year-old granddaughter, Makenzie Ball, found the photos so hilarious she posted them on Twitter where they went viral.

  • Bankruptcy judge approves sale of RadioShack stores to hedge fund Standard General

    A bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of more than 1,740 RadioShack stores to hedge fund Standard General, preserving some 7,500 jobs. RadioShack's bankruptcy plan calls for Sprint, the No. 3 U.S. wireless carrier, to operate dedicated "store within a store" shops in most of the locations acquired by acquired by General Wireless, a newly formed affiliate of Standard General LP. The ruling by Judge Brendan Shannon in Wilmington, Delaware, comes after a court hearing that stretched over four days following a disputed auction process that lasted almost as long last week.

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  • Air Canada Flight 624: Steve Earle carried senior Ruth Macumber from crash

    A tearful Catherine Ouellet says she can't thank enough the man she calls a hero after he carried her 80-year-old aunt away from the wreckage of Air Canada Flight 624 after it crashed just after midnight Sunday. Steve Earle reluctantly came forward Tuesday morning after his friends saw that Ouellet was using CBC to try to find him, following the crash on a runway at Halifax Stanfield International Airport. In the minutes after the crash, Ruth Macumber struggled to get down the emergency exit and away from the plane.

  • Jets fan shocked Blackhawks fan wears feather headdress to game

    A long-time Winnipeg Jets fan and season ticket holder says he was astonished a Chicago Blackhawks fan was allowed into Sunday's game wearing a fake headdress. Jordan Wheeler has filed a complaint with the Jets owners, True North Sports and Entertainment, and wants the team to ban headdresses at hockey games. A spokesperson for True North says the complaint is being taken seriously.