Remove

VIRAL VIDEO

VIDEO: Take a tour of this luxury $200k treehouse

London designer Guy Mallinson has fulfilled a childhood dream by building the ultimate treehouse, complete with hot tub, sauna and woodburner.

  • See the 3 star hotel where Prince William and Kate will spend a romantic night in Canada

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to enjoy one romantic night alone during their royal tour of Canada, away from their two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte – and have chosen to stay in a modest, three-star hotel. The pair are planning to spend the night stay in the Coast High Country Inn in the town of Whitehorse, which usually costs around $180 a night for a stay. Meanwhile, three-year-old Prince George and one-year-old Princess Charlotte will be cared for by their nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, who will accompanying the family on their trip as part of their 12-person entourage.

    hello!
  • Canada Border Services Agency officer found dead at Pearson Airport

    A Canada Border Services Agency officer was found dead in Terminal 3 of Toronto's Pearson International Airport on Friday night, the agency confirmed on Saturday. Peel Regional Police said they received a call for medical assistance at about 8:20 p.m. Mark Fischer, spokesperson for Peel Regional Police, said Friday night that a man shot himself inside the airport but not in a public area.

    CBC
  • Marion Cotillard puts Brad Pitt rumours to rest by confirming pregnancy

    Marion Cotillard has set the record straight regarding rumours of a romance with her co-star from the spy thriller Allied, Brad Pitt. The actress has addressed the reports in addition to confirming that she is pregnant.

    hello!
  • Actor Richard Hong found dead at George Stroumboulopoulos's L.A. home

    The body of Canadian actor Richard Hong was found early Friday morning at a Los Angeles home rented by George Stroumboulopoulos. Los Angeles police said Hong, 41, died of blunt force trauma. Officer Aareon Jefferson of the LAPD told The Canadian Press that witnesses directed police to the body of an "apparent homicide'' victim and told them that a man in a black jacket had been seen fleeing the area.

    CBC
  • Lawyer sues airline after nine-hour flight next to overweight man

    An Italian lawyer is suing Emirates airline after being squashed next to a plus-sized fellow passenger for a nine-hour flight. Giorgio Destro, from Padua, northern Italy, found the uncomfortable flight from Cape Town to Dubai so frustrating that he’s demanding a refund for the price of his ticket, plus damages.

    Yahoo News
  • Report: Zookeeper screamed for help before tiger attack

    A zookeeper screamed for help into her radio before she was fatally attacked by a Malayan tiger, but the 350-pound animal crushed her neck before her co-workers could reach her, an autopsy report released Friday showed. The Palm Beach County medical examiner determined that Stacey Konwiser, 38, died of a fractured spine, a lacerated jugular and other neck injuries suffered when she was attacked on April 15 by the tiger named Hati.

    The Canadian Press
  • I Gave Up College to Get Married—Now I'm 19 and Divorced

    Starting our life together as newlyweds One week after the wedding, the military stationed Albert in California. We couldn't move onto base right away, so we were cooped up in a cramped hotel for our first seven weeks out west. It was pure hell. There was a microwave, but no kitchen, so we bought a little portable grill so we could cook burgers and chicken. That's all we could cook. I blew through the $7,000 I had saved up from my waitressing job on the room, our car, and our meals. I was a little bitter about spending all that money, but we were married. I figured what's mine is his and what's his is mine. I was happy to help him out. Life didn't get any better once we moved into our house on

    Marie Claire q
  • 'Was it that urgent?' Yellowknife hospital work camp still shows no signs of life

    It caused a public outcry among residents of one Yellowknife neighborhood. It spurred more than one hurried city council meeting. "We're very curious because we're getting to the end of the construction season for outdoor and we don't see anything," says Jenny Bruce, the president of the Yellowknife Hotel Association.

    CBC
  • Ex-con charged with killing 4 at family home in Detroit area

    Prosecutors allege that Gregory V. Green bound his wife, cut her face with a box cutter and shot her in the foot before fatally shooting her teenage children in front of her Wednesday at the family's home in Dearborn Heights. Green, 49, also is accused of killing his and his wife's young daughters by carbon monoxide poisoning at the home.

    The Canadian Press
  • Eyes WAY too big for its belly: Giant python dies after gorging on a whole ANTELOPE

    WHOLE. The 20ft python thought the antelope would make an almighty meal but the animal proved to be its last ever supper. Villagers in Baliavad, India, spotted the serene rolling around with an abnormally large belly having strangled and devoured the antelope just minutes earlier.

    Yahoo News
  • Leprosy found in California elementary school student

    A case of leprosy, extremely rare in the United States, has been diagnosed in a Southern California elementary school student, sending health officials scrambling to reassure parents and the public that the disease is hard to transmit and easy to treat. Two children from Indian Hills Elementary School in Jurupa Valley had initially been diagnosed by a local doctor with the condition known medically as Hansen's disease, Riverside County health officials said Thursday. Emails were sent to parents at the elementary school, where classrooms had been sanitized since the initial diagnosis, emphasizing how hard it is to contract leprosy and that there is no danger to the child's classmates.

    The Canadian Press
  • Ted Cruz calls his decision to back Trump 'agonizing'

    Ted Cruz appears uncomfortable defending the man he says he'll vote for in November, Donald Trump. Addressing a policy forum organized by The Texas Tribune, the Texas senator said Saturday it was "agonizing" making the decision to back Trump, whom he once called a "pathological liar" and "serial philanderer." He denied he caved in to pressure from top Republicans nationally and in his home state, saying he would have faced an outcry no matter what. "Any path we took, if I supported Donald, if I didn't support Donald, the criticism was going to be there," Cruz told a packed auditorium.

    The Canadian Press
  • Toronto realtors say Airbnb is creating new challenges for homeowners

    Brian McConvey has watched condo buildings dwarf the townhouses that once stood alone in Liberty Village when he moved there 12 years ago. With the condos came more renters and now, more and more people using Airbnb. A quick search on Airbnb reveals hundreds of rentals in Liberty Village — including many that go for around $200 a night. That neighbourhood, as well as the waterfront and the Yonge and Church areas, is considered one of the city's "hot spots" when it comes to short-term rentals, according to a recent Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives report.

    CBC
  • Here are 5 things a Canadian food safety expert would never eat

    Raw oysters, steak tartare and runny eggs — those are just some of the foods Dr. Rick Holley, a veteran food safety expert, won’t touch.

    Global News
  • 15-year-old boy stabbed in torso at Scarborough Centre bus bay dies

    A 15-year-old boy has died following a stabbing at Scarborough Centre station at Scarborough Town Centre in Toronto on Friday night, Toronto police said Saturday. The teen was stabbed in the upper torso and died in hospital, according to Toronto paramedics. Caroline de Kloet, spokeswoman for Toronto police, said officers were called to the Scarborough RT station near McCowan and Ellesmere roads at about 9:20 p.m. They found a 15-year-old suffering from a stab wound.

    CBC
  • The last meals of 12 death row inmates

    These are the last meals eaten by 12 death row inmates before they were given the death penalty.In the 31 American states that employ the use of the death penalty, prisoners are permitted to request a special last meal before they die.No photographs of inmates’ actual last meals have ever been published. So Henry Hargreaves, a food photographer from Christchurch, New Zealand, decided to recreate the requests to bring to life the reality of the practice.He told Business Insider: ’I dug into it, went a little deeper and found a public record [of the final meals]. ...

    Yahoo News
  • Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo are the proud parents of a baby girl

    Congratulations to Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo! The adorable couple are the proud new parents of a baby girl. According to People, little Dusty Rose Levine arrived on Wednesday (Sept. 21) in California. TAP FOR GALLERY Adam and Behati welcomed daughter Dusty Rose on Sept. 21.

    hello!
  • Little known facts about Brangelina (10 photos)

    “Nothing lasts forever and we all know hearts can change”. Yet, we somehow hoped that these two would be together forever.  The news of Brangelina having filed for divorce has taken Hollywood by storm and broken hearts of fans around the world. As we silently pine for this couple to have stayed together, lets take a look at lesser known facts about them while they were a couple and also facts about them as individuals.

    Untitled
  • Fisherman receives death threats from fellow anglers after 'record-breaking' catch

    A fisherman’s delight at catching a record-breaking 70lb 4oz carp has turned to disillusionment after fellow anglers slated him on social media. Tom Doherty was pictured holding aloft his huge catch, a carp known as Big Rig, following a successful trip to RH Fisheries in Shifnal, Shropshire, on Monday. Die-hard fishing fans said Tom’s carp wasn’t a true Brit, and therefore not deserving of taking the accolade from current record holder Tom Hales, whose catch weighed 68.01lb.

    Yahoo News
  • Union bargaining tactic costs 57 Catholic board teachers permanent jobs

    The Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) has cancelled offers of permanent jobs to dozens of supply teachers with the blessing of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association (OECTA) — a move that has left those teachers "extremely upset," according to a union official. In total, the board says 57 occasional teachers — who are called in by schools in the event of teacher absences — were given notices last week that their permanent status had been rescinded. "If you choose to apply and are successful you do face possible sanctions/discipline from OECTA," the union warned its members.

    CBC