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  • 'Monstrous' Calgary teacher gets 5-year prison sentence for sexual relationship with student

    A Calgary teacher who had a three-year sexual relationship with a student beginning when she was 14 years old has been sentenced to five years in prison. Adam MacPhearson, 37, was the girl's Grade 8 homeroom teacher. As he sentenced the father of three, Judge Harry Van Harten detailed a "lengthy period of abuse" that began in 2011.

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  • Canada's Miss World candidate says her family was threatened in China

    Canada’s newly crowned Miss World candidate says her family in China is being threatened for her outspokenness on religious freedom and her former country’s human-rights violations. Anastasia Lin, a 25-year-old Torontonian, said that several days after her May 16 victory in Vancouver, she starting receiving harrowing text messages from her father, explaining he had been visited by security forces and telling her she would lose his support, if she continued speaking out. “He said that the security services threatened him with turning my family into something from the Cultural Revolution,” she said, alluding to the era when the Communists would encourage family members to denounce each other. Ms. Lin said when she asked her father whether he had been threatened, he instructed her never to ask him about it again and pleaded with her to allow them a way to survive in China.

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  • Experts say teens' push against dress codes could be a sign of social change

    Students may have been rebelling against school-imposed dress codes for decades, but observers say the fact that those protests are now making national headlines suggests a fundamental shift in social attitudes. Social media has allowed students both to share their own experiences with a wider audience and read about similar occurrences from further afield. All of these topics can be tied back to dress codes according to Rebecca Raby, a sociologist in Brock University's department of Child and Youth Studies.

    The Canadian Press
  • Chip Kelly responds to LeSean McCoy's race comments

    Since he was traded from the Philadelphia Eagles to the Buffalo Bills, LeSean McCoy has had plenty to say about Chip Kelly, his former head coach. Most notably, in an interview with ESPN.com, McCoy basically insinuated that Kelly is racist. "The relationship was never really great," McCoy said about Kelly to ESPN’s Mike Rodak.

    Shutdown Corner
  • B.C. men convicted of killing six people say cells covered in feces and blood

    Cody Haevischer and Matthew Johnston say they were held in solitary confinement without adequate cause for 14 months after their arrests in April 2009. The men claim they were kept in cells smeared with feces and blood, denied visits with family, exposed to light 24 hours a day and video recorded constantly even when using the toilet. The plaintiff began to feel like he was no longer the same person," Johnston's statement of claim says.

    The Canadian Press
  • Russians tee off on Harper government after death of alleged Nazi war criminal

    The Russian Embassy in Ottawa ripped into the federal government Thursday after news emerged that a longtime Canadian resident who was No. 2 on the Simon Wiesenthal Center's list of most wanted Nazi war criminals had died. Vladimir Katriuk's lawyer said his client had been ill for a long time before his recent death at the age of 93. Katriuk, a native of Ukraine who had been an avid beekeeper for years in Ormstown, Que., was at the heart of allegations he participated in a village massacre in 1943 in what is now known as Belarus.

    The Canadian Press
  • Welcome to Fordlandia: Henry Ford's lost city in the Amazon

    Deep in the Brazilian rainforest lies a town called Fordlandia, a relic of the roaring Twenties when Henry Ford was king of the car industry. The relic of the Ford empire was part of his vision to create his own rubber plant to feed his Michigan factories.

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  • Another 'Bachelor' breakup: Chris Soules and Whitney Bischoff announce end of engagement

    Another couple from ABC's "The Bachelor" has broken up. Chris Soules and Whitney Bischoff have split two months after the finale of the reality dating show where the couple got engaged. In a recent interview, "Bachelor" host Chris Harrison acknowledged that seeking the limelight after the show might not be the best for a new relationship.

    The Canadian Press
  • 9 Mowing Mistakes Everyone Makes (10 photos)

    What's the difference between your lawn and the one next door? If the grass looks greener on the other side of the fence, it could be that you're making one of these cardinal mowing mistakes. We spoke to Greg Weekes, Product Marketing Manager at John

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  • Khloe Kardashian's Instagram Post Being Called Disrespectful and Racist

    The youngest Kardashian sister is currently enjoying some time in Dubai but Khloe hasn’t escaped controversy.

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  • After Ramadi, Canada should question U.S. strategy to defeat IS

    George Petrolekas is a fellow with the Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute and on the board of the CDA Institute. With the city of Ramadi falling, almost completing the Islamic State’s takeover of Iraq’s Anbar province, the earlier “not to worry” line out of Washington is giving way to questions. With Canada investing up to $500-million before the current 18-month commitment is over, it may be time to question whether the entire strategy should be reviewed. Canada does not decide the Iraqi strategy.

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  • Mixed doubles, even in defeat, just what the doctor ordered for Eugenie Bouchard

    Eugenie Bouchard was sitting in an interview room early Thursday evening at Roland Garros, talking about a lost tennis match. This time, she was in tiny Room 4 - a room that, given the severe slope on the back wall, is probably nestled right underneath the stands on Court Philippe Chatrier. With Mirnyi's longtime nickname being "The Beast", the potential headlines there were far too easy to write - if you know what we mean.

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  • Indian caste system in Canada called 'a disease' worse than racism

    When Banta Singh first arrived in Vancouver in 1930 from India as an 18-year-old, one thing became quickly clear for him — discrimination existed in Canada, but not to the level it did in his native land. In India, we were poor but here I could work and afford decent groceries," he told Mehfil Magazine in an interview in 1997. "I was able to become self sufficient rather than depending on my parents. It's been over 60 years since the Indian government officially abolished the caste system upon gaining independence from Britain.

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  • Selena & Justin Reunite

    Are Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber back in the friend zone or the more than friend zone? The on-again/off-again one-time couple was seen in the same Snapchat on Wednesday, which naturally was uploaded to YouTube for all their fans to obsess about. So

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  • Krystal Schwan faces losing hand, hospital sorry for ER experience

    Krystal Schwan, a Regina woman who suffered a severe infection in her hand but was initially sent home without treatment from a hospital ER, is now facing an amputation. Schwan has been receiving treatment at the Regina General for three weeks since her initial injury.

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  • Just Look What She Did!

    Walmart Security Cameras Captured The Whole Thing! [30 Photos]

  • Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus graduate from high school

    In the spring of 2003, on the day before her 17th birthday, Amanda Berry was abducted by Ariel Castro. Gina DeJesus was abducted by the same captor the following year. The women, along with fellow kidnap victim Michelle Knight, spent the next 10 years in captivity.

    Good News
  • Prosecutor dropping sex assault charges against women arrested in Hawaii massage parlour sting

    Honolulu's top prosecutor is dismissing cases against 16 women arrested in a massage parlour prostitution sting after the sex assault charges they faced drew criticism. The women were arrested this month during an operation involving Honolulu police and federal authorities. "Although the conduct might have constituted a technical violation of the law, proof beyond a reasonable doubt could not be established," Prosecuting Attorney Keith Kaneshiro said in a statement Wednesday.

    The Canadian Press
  • Dartmouth woman shocked by donated bodies transported in U-Haul

    A Dartmouth, N.S., woman and her husband were driving by a cemetery when he noticed two people taking bodies out of a U-Haul truck. The two drove around the block near Mount Hermon cemetery, and spoke to the people with the vehicle. Dalhousie University's co-ordinator of anatomical laboratories, Rob Sandeski, says the way it transports donated remains is done respectfully.

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  • Some people in Texas think the government is secretly planning a giant military coup to invade the state

    People are freaking out over a bizarre conspiracy theory that the US military is planning to enact martial law this summer under the guise of a Special Operations exercise called Jade Helm 15. Jade Helm is a real military exercise involving more than 1,000 Special Operation troops who are preparing to deploy overseas. Military exercises on domestic territory are pretty common.

    Business Insider