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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, 36, 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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  • 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.

    CBC
  • 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

    Access Hollywood
  • Russia just made another agreement with Iran that will raise eyebrows in the West

    Six Iranian food companies are now allowed to export their goods to Russia. Meanwhile, imports of meat, dairy, fruit, vegetables, and fish from various Western countries are still banned by Russia. Most notably, we saw the massive oil-for-goods deal, and Russia lifting its own ban on the delivery of the S-300 immediately following the interim nuclear deal in April.

    Business Insider
  • Khloe Kardashian Receives Internet Backlash for Niqab Selfie

    Khloe Kardashian has rubbed the Internet the wrong way — this time with a selfie the reality starlet posted on Tuesday morning of her wearing a niqab, the traditional Muslim headdress that reveals only the eyes. The Instagram post, captioned, "Habibi Love," has the Twittersphere up in arms over the double standard of Western cultural appropriation. Khloe Kardashian wears a niqab like scarf, gets admiration.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Man drops his iPhone in the ocean, phone films descent to ocean floor

    It’s a vacation hassle no one wants to deal with: a phone sinking in the ocean. Fortunately for Gregory Papadin, a San Diego man vacationing in Menorca, Spain, the captain of his boat was quick to dive after his dropped iPhone 5 and retrieve it from the depths below. It ended up going straight under water and sank to bottom of the ocean floor,” Papadin wrote on YouTube.

    Daily Buzz
  • Calgary creationist finds clue to evolutionary puzzle

    The Lord works in mysterious ways -- and apparently, He has a pretty ironic sense of humour too. You have to smile, when the greatest fossil discovery in recent Calgary history comes at the end of a backhoe operated by a man known as the greatest promotor of creationism in Alberta.

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  • 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
  • Parents of Luka Gordic, 19-year old killed in Whister, push for tougher laws

    Luka Gordic's parents say they're living a nightmare in the loss of their youngest son — a "beautiful kid" with an "army of friends" who was stabbed in the heart in Whistler, B.C., 10 days ago. "This could have been anybody's child," said his tearful mother, Clara Gordic. "Hopefully we are going to be able to do something so that no parents again cry like we do," said his father, Mitch Gordic.

    CBC
  • Police Officer Resigns After Video of Violent Traffic Stop is Released

    Police officer Shaun Jergens resigned after an investigation found he used force inappropriately during an arrest earlier this month. The confrontation was captured on officer`s body cameras.

    Tribune
  • Keep, Don't Kill: 9 Weeds to Welcome (10 photos)

    One man's weed is another man's best friend. That's certainly true for many of the weeds that are found in backyards around the country. While some gardeners labor to rid their patches of earth of any stray stem or sprout, they might do well to live and

    Bob Vila
  • State of Alberta finances 'behind the curtain' unexpected: Notley

    Premier Rachel Notley says she and her cabinet have been surprised by the state of Alberta's finances in the first few days since the NDP took over from Jim Prentice and the Progressive Conservatives. The premier has said there will be an interim budget in the coming weeks to keep the province functioning while the government works to have a full budget ready by the fall.

    The Canadian Press
  • Surgeon hospitalised after collapsing from four consecutive lifesaving ops in 12 hours

    A hero surgeon needed hospital treatment himself after performing four consecutive lifesaving surgeries for 12 hours without a break. Doctor Chen Lianhua started his shift at 7am and completed a string of vital procedures without stopping before exhaustion got the better of him. The determined doctor finished his shift 12 hours later at 7pm at West China Hospital in Sichuan Province, but collapsed at work minutes later.

    Yahoo News
  • Bates Family 'Praying' For Duggars

    The Bates family (left), The Duggar family (right) (Getty/TLC) Following the molestation allegations against Josh Duggar, and advertisers pulling out of TLC's "19 Kids and Counting," the Bates Family are praying for their friends, the Duggar family.

    Access Hollywood
  • New York man takes dying dog on bucket-list adventure across the country

    Poh doesn’t have long to live. The 15-year-old pit bull-lab mix from New York City has been diagnosed with a series of serious health problems including tumours and kidney failure. The terminal diagnosis inspired Poh’s owner, Thomas Neil Rodriguez, to embark on a seven-week road trip with his pet, crossing off bucket-list destinations as they travelled the country.

    Good News
  • B.C. island may be on sale for just $380,000, but the reality isn’t idyllic

    Soaring real estate prices are an obsession for people living in Vancouver.Mortgaged homeowners worry how they’ll make their payments if interest rates go up. Younger people wonder how they’ll ever scrap up the down payment for even a shoebox-sized condo

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  • Driver reaches 248 km/h, not fast enough to elude Leduc RCMP

    Despite the extreme speed, the officer was able to pull the car over and charge the driver, a 44 year old man from Spruce Grove, with dangerous driving. It was the second time in two weeks that Leduc RCMP charged a driver for extreme speeding.

    CBC
  • STOCKS GET SLAMMED, DOLLAR SURGES: Here's what you need to know

    The dollar surged to an eight-year high against the Japanese Yen, and crude oil fell at the start of the four-day week. "We believe that should West Texas Intermediate crude oil prices remain near $60/bbl, US producers will ramp up activity given improved returns with costs down by at least 20%," the Goldman analysts wrote in a note published Friday.

    Business Insider
  • Batman appears on Suicide Squad film set in Toronto

    Looks as if Batman will be in Suicide Squad after all. Bystanders during one of Suicide Squad's nightly film shoots in Toronto on Wednesday were given a big hint. One night after fans were treated to a first glimpse of the new Batmobile in action, Batman himself made a surprise appearance.

    CBC
  • No special treatment for Australian IS fighter's family: PM

    By Matt Siegel SYDNEY (Reuters) - The wife and five children of an Australian believed to have been photographed while holding severed heads of Syrian soldiers will face the "full severity of Australian law" if they attempt to return home, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Wednesday. Abbott last week ruled out an amnesty for Australian citizens seeking to quit foreign militant groups and return home in the wake of media reports that his government was negotiating with potential defectors. The family of suspected Australian Islamic State fighter Khaled Sharrouf would face the same consequences, Abbott said in response to a report in the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper that Sharrouf's wife was seeking repatriation with their children.

    Reuters