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  • Kevin Chan and Kayla Drumonde charged with gang sex assault

    A private math tutor and his fiancée have been charged with gang sexual assault and sexual interference involving a 14-year-old girl, Toronto police say. Kevin Chan, 32, and fiancée, Kayla Drumonde, 23, were arrested on Tuesday. Chan was the girl's math tutor for a number of years, while Drumonde volunteered at the school the girl attended and the couple befriended the student.

  • Sidney Crosby, Mario Lemieux have 'big falling out': Report

    “I’ve heard over coaching, I’ve heard also after the (2014) playoffs when they lost out,” Barnaby said. “Maybe the personnel isn’t right?”

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  • Goodbye Wi-Fi, Hello Li-Fi: New Wireless Technology Is 100 Times Faster

    New wireless technology has been tested that is 100 times stronger than Wi-Fi. The technology, which transmits information using visible light communication, is being tested in offices and other workplaces in Tallinn in Estonia. Tests in the lab have revealed that Li-Fi can be up to 100 times quicker than Wi-Fi - it uses visible light and transmits messages through binary code.

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  • The Good People Of Scotland Are Really Determined To Take On ISIS

    ISIS might be threatening to wage an all-out war on the Western world, but it seems that they haven’t thought about having to deal with the might of Scotland and it’s people.

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  • Gay lottery winner asks Internet how much he should give to homophobic parents

    If you won the lottery today, say $15 million for instance, how much money would you give to your parents and family members?

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  • Man Called ‘Phuc Dat Bich’ Admits The Whole Thing Was A Hoax

    A man who went viral all over the world after claiming that Facebook had discriminated against his name has admitted that the whole thing was a hoax. The man, who claimed to be called Phuc Dat Bich, posted a photo of his apparent passport to Facebook in January - and claimed that it was proof of his actual name. Posting under the appropriate name of Joe Carr (geddit), he wrote: ‘Facebook needs to understand that it is utterly impossible to legitimise a place where there will always be pranksters and tricksters.

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  • Tiny Dog Survives Brutal Torture After Teens Break His Neck And Set Him On Fire

    Teenagers tortured a beloved family dog in what an RSPCA inspector has described as the “worst ever” unprovoked attack. 

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  • Trudeau is discriminating against single, straight male refugees. Why is he afraid?

    Omer Aziz is a writer, JD candidate at Yale Law School, and a fellow at the Yale Information Society Project. He worked most recently for the United Nations Special Envoy for Syria. In the details of the Canadian government’s plan to resettle Syrian refugees is a disturbing subtext of discrimination and exclusion that ought to give supporters of the policy a moment of pause. The policy, as it stands today, is that straight, single men travelling alone will have their applications denied or deferred – as will orphans without relatives already in Canada – while families, religious minorities and LGBT individuals will be prioritized. In other words, the government has decided that the lives of some

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  • Canada refugee airlift hampered by exit visa requirement: minister

    By Randall Palmer OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's plan to take in 25,000 Syrian refugees in the next three months is being hampered by the requirements in their host countries to get exit visas, Citizenship Minister John McCallum told Reuters on Wednesday. The question of exit visas is "one of a number of challenges that are not fully resolved," he said. The minister said Ottawa's decision to push back a self-imposed deadline to the end of February from year-end had nothing to do with pressure from Washington over security concerns.

  • Getting older but not fading away: NBA's top stars going extra mile to hold off Father Time

    Tim Duncan seemingly figured it out, so now LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Carmelo Anthony are doing all they can to remain healthy and productive late in their careers.

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  • Edmonton driver fuming over photo-radar fleet's idling ways

    The flash of a camera from a roadside speed trap will make almost any driver angry, but an Edmonton man has found another reason to loathe the city's photo-radar fleet: exhaust fumes. Kelly Rota says vans within the city's fleet are left to idle for hours at a time, spewing pollution into the air, even in no-idle zones. Rota was told photo-radar vans are considered emergency vehicles and are therefore exempt from the rules.

  • Man released after 44 years in jail marvels at a changed world

    Otis Johnson went to jail in 1970 for assaulting a police officer. Upon his release, a team from Al Jazeera English accompanied him as he adjusted, and made a moving six-minute documentary about Johnson’s re-entry into a world that at times he struggles to understand.

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  • Hyundai's Genesis brand will challenge German's elite with a BMW 3 Series rival

    Hyundai’s newly announced Genesis luxury brand (not to be confused with the Genesis coupe and sedan) has some grand plans, according to the Korean automaker’s U.S. chief. Hyundai Motor America CEO Dave Zuchowski has confirmed its Genesis sub-brand is working on a compact sport sedan to wage battle against German’s core luxury players: Audi’s A4, BMW’s 3 Series, and Mercedes-Benz’s C-Class. This news helps clarify Hyundai’s vision for its Genesis brand: to elevate the manufacturer to the realm that just decades ago Japanese automakers like Lexus struggled to infiltrate. In addition to the 3 Series sedan rival, Zuchowski suggested that a crossover is on the way. This isn’t much of a surprise since its slated rivals are throwing themselves full-force into all manor of crossover designs. For Genesis to effectively compete, it will need at least a pair of crossover body styles to lure shoppers. Related: Hyundai Spins Off Its Genesis Nameplate Into A Sub-Brand For an indication of the design direction Genesis plans to take, Hyundai revealed the Vision G Coupe Concept ahead of this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Its striking design, inside and out earned praise and we’ll likely see several styling cues make their way into Genesis’s first planned model: the G90 sedan. Set to replace the Hyundai Equus, the G90 will be a full-size luxury model serving as the brand’s flagship. Six models are presently in the works, including a replacement for the Genesis sedan (at least in part because its name is a bit confusing) and its coupe derivative. Add the smaller sedan and its crossover counterpart to the mix and there’s only one other spot on the roster to be filled. Unlike Nissan/Infiniti and Toyota/Lexus, Hyundai doesn’t have immediate plans to add Genesis-specific showrooms or even force Hyundai dealers to sell Genesis models. Zuchowski stated that he believes dealerships will naturally want to sell Genesis models as more are offered and consumer demand grows. Also watch: Top Ten Most Expensive Cars In The World (2015) Please enable Javascript to watch this video

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  • The Healthiest City in Every State (50 photos)

    By Michael B. Sauter, Thomas C. Frohlich and Sam Stebbins 24/7 Wall St. The long debate over the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has, if nothing else, put the spotlight on the state of the country’s health and its health care system. The United States ranks behind most developed nations in life expectancy despite spending more per capita on health care than any other country. Across the country, health outcomes vary greatly. More than 30% of the adult population of Madera, California, reported being in poor health, while only 6.4% said the same in Ames, Iowa, the healthiest city in the country by our measure. This vast disparity is another issue the ACA is at least in part intended to address. Cities such as Ames can teach us much about what is necessary to create healthier populations – be it income, healthy behavior, or access to care. 24/7 Wall St. created an index to identify the healthiest city in each state, a list that Yahoo Real Estate is publishing here. To see the least healthy city in each state, visit Each city was ranked based on overall health outcomes, including length and quality of life. Also considered in the index are the range of factors that influence these outcomes. These include healthy behaviors, clinical care, social and economic indicators, and physical environment. While the healthiest city in most states tends to be healthy relative to the country as a whole, this was not always the case. In states like Mississippi, Alabama, and West Virginia, the the healthiest metro areas scores worse than the national rate in most key metrics. For the most part, however, these cities have excellent health outcomes. Urban dwelling has many positive impacts on the health of a population, including access to healthy food, places to exercise, and the presence of enough jobs to keep people employed and earning the money they need to afford healthy options and health care. Not surprisingly, healthy behavior tends to correlate strongly with healthier populations. High rates of exercise, for example, were common in these cities compared to the national rates of exercise. Obesity correlates very strongly with many of the leading causes of death in this country, and the healthiest cities’ obesity rates were generally lower than the national rate. Smoking also appeared to be an important health indicator. Only seven of the healthiest cities in each state had above national average smoking rates. All but a handful of the healthiest cities had high rates of health insurance coverage. There are several reasons for this, explained Bridget Catlin, co-director of the County Health Rankings and Roadmaps Program, While people without insurance can still access care, “those that do will find it easier to access it, and will have choice of care, resources available to them, whereas those that don’t have insurance will have to go to the places that will take them.” Another important factor in these metro areas is education. Nearly every city with a healthier population has above average rates of adults who have completed at least some college. Better-educated populations are more likely to make better health decisions, but it also come into play in other ways. “Education definitely contributes to decision-making, but it also contributes to income and then opportunity,” Catlin said. Better-educated people often work in better-paying jobs, which allows them easier access to healthy food and to exercise options – much more than people with lower incomes. “There are multiple pathways going on here, but education is at the crux of increasing people’s opportunity for leading a healthier life.” 24/7 Wall St. created an index modeled after analysis conducted by County Health Rankings & Roadmaps, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute joint program. To identify the healthiest city in each state, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed all U.S. metropolitan statistical areas. The index rankings are based on overall health outcomes, a weighted composite of length of life, quality of life, and overall health factors. The health factors component is itself a weighted composite of healthy behaviors, clinical care, social and economic factors, and physical environment measures. All data used were from the most recent available year. Click through the slideshow for the healthiest cities in every state, in alphabetical order by state.

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  • Sean Thomas dies of cancer

    Tue, Nov 24: Today's News Hour on Global BC Health Matters brought to you by Pharmasave.

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  • Ukraine stops buying natural gas from Russia, closes its airspace to Russian planes

    Tensions between Russia and Ukraine escalated Wednesday as Ukraine decided to stop buying Russian natural gas — hoping to rely on supplies from other countries — and closed its airspace to its eastern neighbour. Russia's annexation of Crimea from Ukraine in March 2014 and its support for separatist rebels in the east has brought relations between the two countries to a post-Soviet low. Ukraine has since been trying to cut its dependence on Russian gas.

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  • Cat Covered In Concrete Found Curled Up On Doorstep

    A cat found covered in concrete on a doorstep has been saved after its fur was completely shaved off. The two-year-old ginger tom, who has been given the name Grant, was discovered by Faye Richards outside her home in Withywood in Bristol. Because the cat was covered from head to tail in concrete, the 39-year-old medical receptionist didn’t even know it was an animal at first, mistaking it for a bundle of parcel tape.

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  • Store Defends ‘Racist’ Price Blunder As Black Doll Priced Cheaper Than White

    A shop had been forced to defend itself after a pricing blunder appeared to show black dolls at a lower price than white ones. A picture of the dolls next to each other in the Shoprite Shopping Mall in Maun, Botswana, appeared to show the white doll selling for 149.95 ZAR (£7) and the black doll selling for 99.95 ZAR (£4.74). One outraged shopper tweeted the picture to the company, writing: “Please explain why is a black doll cheaper than a white doll?

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  • Trudeau’s cabinet and baby skills lands him on Vogue’s unconventionally sexy list

    “Sexy, feminist, and capable of balancing a baby on one hand: Prime Minister Trudeau gets our vote.”

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  • Justin Trudeau meets the Queen in London (15 photos)

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau touched down in London to meet with the Queen at Buckingham Palace and with British Prime Minister David Cameron.

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