Kenney tweets about refugee's 'unaccented English'

After deleting the post, the Tory candidate says he 'found it remarkable' that someone who came to Canada a year ago 'sounds like he grew up' here.

  • Here's how much sex you should be having as you get older

    Dr. Bat Sheva Marcus, the sexual dysfunction specialist and clinical director of The Medical Center For Female Sexuality, reveals how much sex is good for a marriage and how sex changes over the years.  Produced by Sam Rega and Joe Avella. Camera by Jason Gaines. Follow BI Video: On Facebook 

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  • Woman’s Facebook search for ‘stunning’ guy she met at nightclub ends in disaster

    After celebrating a night out for her birthday, a hairdressing student from Manchester, UK, took to Facebook to post a photo with the ‘stunning’ dude she met at a nightclub. Pippa McKinney’s attempt to find the stranger who she shared kisses and her number with quickly spread through Facebook.

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  • Disgusted Diner Shows What KFC's Ricebox Meal Actually Looks Like

    Can you tell which one is the advert and what was actually served up to a KFC customer?

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  • Pintauro: HIV From 'Oral Sex'

    After his shocking HIV-positive revelation, Danny Pintauro has shared more information on how he contracted the virus. In an interview with Us Weekly, the former "Who's the Boss?" star said he used protection with the man who he believes he got the virus from, and actually contracted the disease through oral sex. The 39-year-old also opened up about receiving support from his "Who's the Boss?" family, Tony Danza and Judith Light, ahead of his life-changing interview with Oprah where he admitted he's been HIV-positive for 12 years.

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  • Homeless Woman Lay Dead In McDonald’s For Hours While Diners Ate Beside Her

    A homeless woman lay dead in a McDonald’s restaurant in Hong Kong for hours while diners ate next to her, unaware she had passed away. The woman, in her 50s, was found at a table in the McDonald’s on Saturday morning. Many homeless people go to 24-hour restaurants for somewhere to stay in Hong Kong, with those going to McDonald’s dubbed “McRefugees”.

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  • Woman sexually assaulted by 3 men after abduction outside Calgary bar

    Tue, Oct 6: A woman was abducted from a bar on 35th Street southeast early Sunday morning to a home where she was sexually assaulted by three men.

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  • Notorious Mexican Female Assassin Is Turned Over To The Police By Her Boyfriend

    An infamous Mexican assassin has been arrested after her boyfriend turned her in. Melissa Margarita Calderon Ojeda, 30, known as “La China”, is said to be the head of a 300-strong gang and is believed to be behind 150 murders in the past ten years.

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  • Enjoy Tonight – The World Is Ending Tomorrow (Again)

    “According to what the Bible is presenting it does appear that October 7 will be the day that God has spoken of: in which, the world will pass away,” said Chris McCann, the leader and founder of the group.

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  • Why iPhone owners only sometimes see accept/decline buttons when receiving calls

    iPhone owners: Have you ever noticed sometimes when you receive a call you have an option to swipe to answer, while other times you're given "accept" and "decline" buttons?  We realized we'd seen both variations before, but didn't know why sometimes we saw one and not the other. We set out to find the answer ourselves.  First, I had my colleague Jillian, who has an iPhone, call me.  Slider! We wanted to see if it would make a difference if the person calling you was in your contacts, so I had another colleague, Steven, who also has an iPhone but isn't in my contacts, give me a ring.  Negative. Did it make a difference if someone with a non-iPhone was the caller? Our editor Matt checked. Nope!

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  • How to Double Your Money Every 3.5 Years

    In a recent study, a group of University professors show how 539 individual investors were able to consistently double their money every 3.5 years.

  • This Design Technique Will Make Any Home Look More Expensive (6 photos)

    Custom details can make the simplest of rooms more elegant. One especially easy and wallet-friendly custom upgrade is applied molding, sometimes called "picture boxing." This technique involves measuring and mounting molding directly to the walls, often in square or rectangular forms. The end result is at once simple and luxurious. Applied molding is a go-to trick for Scott McGillivray, host of Income Property on HGTV and real estate expert. He frequently uses the technique both on his show and in his own investment properties. "It's a perception of higher class," Scott says. Contemporary applied molding is, "a play off of traditional Victorian ideas, of grand chateaus that have expensive molding. That was a lot of work; the boards were hand-hewn or routered to fit the exact spaces." Thanks to developments with mass-produced fiberboard molding, that same historically classy look can be replicated for a reasonable price. Scott recommends getting adventurous with applied molding, as there really are no rules when it comes to customizing. Consider using molding above your bed, where a headboard might go, or paint molding a contrasting color from the wall to make certain spaces pop. Whatever you decide, the best part about applied molding is that most people can do it. Anyone with "basic carpentry skills" can perfect the technique when they follow Scott's six steps below.

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  • Kylie Jenner's Butt Secret

    Kylie Jenner has revealed the secret behind her… behind.

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  • Canada election shifts attention to trade deal as race narrows

    By David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) - Trailing in second place two weeks before Canada's election, Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced a trade pact on Monday that largely protects the agricultural voting bloc, putting pressure on opponents who hope the deal would be a weak spot. Harper touted the Trans-Pacific Partnership as a good accord that offers only limited access to Canada's politically important farm industry, largely neutralizing an attack from the left-leaning New Democratic Party, which has been sinking in polls. NDP leader Thomas Mulcair derided Harper for backing the 12-nation agreement in the midst of a campaign when the government is supposed to be in a neutral caretaker status.

  • Calm down: rumors about McDonald’s hash browns aren’t true

    People are lashing out at McDonald's on social media for not offering hash browns as part of its...

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  • Former Circus Tiger Freed After 12 Years Walks On Grass For The First Time

    This majestic former circus tiger has spent her whole life caged up, having never walked on grass – until now. 

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  • Pensioner Reduced To Tears By Stranger Paying For His Shopping After He Forgot His Wallet

    An elderly man who forgot his wallet was reduced to tears by the kind-hearted stranger who offered to pay for his shopping. Retired police sergeant Arthur Bennett only realised he had no money on him when he go to the till in the Aldi store in Morecambe, Lancashire. Touched Arthur said the stranger had “restored his faith in humanity”.

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  • Edmonton International Airport parking lots home to 100-plus ditched cars

    While airports are typically places with a lot of to and fro, more than 100 ditched vehicles left behind in the Edmonton International Airport's parking lots are another matter. Between 130 and 140 abandoned cars are currently sitting in airport parking lots, taking up about one per cent of the 13,000 available parking spots, says spokeswoman Heather Hamilton. Other cars contain items of clear sentimental values like family photos and rosary beads, she added.

  • Business fined $25K after log shoots into man's groin, exits through buttocks

    A Manitoba lumber manufacturer has been fined $25,000 after one of its employees had a log shot through his groin and out his buttocks in a case of "worst possible timing" while on the job. According to court documents, the log went through his groin and exited through his right buttock. Spruce Products Ltd. pleaded guilty to violating health and safety rules.

  • Meet The 10-Year-Old Huntress Who Killed A 13-Foot Alligator With A Crossbow

    A ten-year-old girl has won a hunting prize for killing a 13-foot long alligator with a crossbow.

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  • Canadian dollar continues climb after oil rises 5%

    The Canadian dollar continued its rise above 76 cents US on Tuesday after oil prices surged by more than five per cent. West Texas Intermediate crude, the main North American contract, was ahead 5.2 per cent or $2.44 at $48.70 US a barrel. Brent, the international oil contract, was ahead 5.6 per cent or $2.75 to $52 a barrel.

  • Class act: Joey Votto tips his cap to retiring A.J. Burnett

    Joey Votto withl the ultimate sign of respect to A.J. Burnett.

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