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  • Girl sexually exploited by 13 men in Winnipeg, police say

    Thirteen men have been charged in connection to the sexual exploitation of a girl, which started when she was only 12 years old. The men, who range in age from 41-69, would give the girl cash in exchange for sexual services, police said. The incidents all occurred in Winnipeg, police said.

  • Jenner Did NOT Have Surgery

    A report surfaced on Tuesday claiming that Bruce Jenner had undergone full gender reassignment surgery, but a source told Access Hollywood otherwise. Radar reported that Jenner had surgery three weeks ago and is now legally considered a woman, but a source close to Jenner told Access this is not true. In Jenner's sit-down interview with Diane Sawyer which aired in April, he said, "Yes, for all intents and purposes, I am a woman," but clarified that he had not undergone gender reassignment at the time.

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  • Little girl throws tantrum in front of Obama at the White House

    The Commander-in-Chief raised his hands in a gesture of helplessness as little Claudia Chaudhary pounded out her frustrations on the White House carpet at a Passover event in April.

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  • 'Corner Gas' actor, CBC writer Mike O'Brien dies of cancer

    Mike O'Brien, a longtime CBC comedy writer and an actor who played a recurring character on "Corner Gas," has died of cancer. O'Brien mixed humour and pathos in chronicling his four-year illness on his blog The Big Diseasey and had posted a meditation about faith — or lack thereof — just hours before his death. "(He) was not only an amazing actor but a great friend," Schwartz said in a statement.

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  • Rob Ford discharged from hospital after cancer surgery

    Ford underwent surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital on May 11 to remove a cancerous tumour in his abdomen. The procedure went as expected and doctors removed all the existing growths without causing damage to any internal structures, according to Dan Jacobs, Ford's chief of staff. Just an hour after he was discharged, a smiling and thinner Ford appeared at city hall and spoke to reporters.

  • 12 Supercute DIY Ideas That'll Make Your Rental Feel Like Home (11 photos)

    So you've moved into an apartment. Your landlord hands you a list of rules, and on it are the dreaded words, "No painting, wallpaper, or excessive hanging." What's a girl to do? Well, thanks to a host of creative bloggers, we've got more rental-friendly

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  • Even the Wimbledon traditionalist Roger Federer thinks they've gone too far with the all-white thing

    For this French Open, Roger Federer is lit up like a My Little Pony Christmas tree. “Obviously it's going to change when Wimbledon comes around because rules have become ridiculously strict over there, and I love Wimbledon, but they have gone too far now,” Federer said after his first-round win over Alejandro Falla of Colombia. Federer, of course, might well have been the catalyst for the tightening of the all-white rules when he – GASP! – showed up two years ago with orange soles on his white Nike sneakers.

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  • Wealthy Toronto residents don't want neighbours with sub-million-dollar condos

    It all started with a Toronto Star article Monday profiling a group of residents concerned about a four-storey, 80-unit building that has been proposed on Keewatin Avenue, in the Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood. "I'm really concerned about my property value going down," Lisa Goodwin told the Star. The residents have banded together, calling themselves the Density Creep Neighborhood Alliance.

  • RCMP warn of online sex scam that ends in blackmail

    The New Brunswick RCMP are warning people about getting involved in an online sex scam that results in them being blackmailed. "There are all kinds of online fraud scams out there and we are asking people to take measures to protect themselves.

  • Judge in California orders ex-husband of actress Kelly Rutherford to return children to US

    A judge has ordered the ex-husband of actress Kelly Rutherford to return their two children to her over concerns that a custody order was violated. Rutherford, who starred on "Melrose Place" and "Gossip Girl," filed an emergency petition on Friday stating that her ex-husband has petitioned a court in Monaco to change the citizenship of their 8-year-old son and 6-year-old daughter. In response, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark Juhas ordered that Daniel Giersch must return the children to the United States pending a court hearing on June 15.

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  • Curry scores 40 points, Warriors beat Rockets 115-80 to move a win away from NBA Finals

    Golden State coach Steve Kerr described Stephen Curry's performance Saturday night simply. "Steph was Steph," Kerr said. The MVP did what he does best, using his extraordinary 3-point shooting to power a 40-point game and the Warriors made it look easy against Houston, beating the Rockets 115-80 to take a 3-0 lead in the Western Conference finals.

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  • Taylor Swift: Life's 'Not That Hard'

    It turns out being one of the world's biggest pop star isn't all that difficult – at least, according to Taylor Swift. In an interview with BBC Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw, the singer explained that embarking on a world tour "is not that hard. "Sometimes I really don't think it's that hard at all," the singer, who is in the midst of her "1989" World Tour, continued.

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  • Alberta's $15 minimum wage: How many will actually get a raise?

    "It's something that I don't know the answer to," said David Green, an economist with the University of British Columbia and author of the book The Case for Raising the Minimum Wage. According to numbers from Statistics Canada, roughly 10.5 per cent of Albertans make between $10 and $15 per hour. If you add it to the two per cent who earn the minimum, we're talking nearly 300,000 Albertans who will see their wages go up.

  • Nick Merkley's 2 goals pace Kelowna Rockets to Memorial Cup rout of Rimouski

    Birthday boy Nick Merkley showed why he is highly touted for the NHL draft with two soccer-inspired strikes, helping the Kelowna Rockets look like a reasonable facsimile of a Memorial Cup favourite during a 7-3 rout of the Rimouski Océanic. Merkley and the Rockets, betraying not a whit of desperation after losing their opener, authored three-goal runs in each of the first two periods in front of a Colisée crowd of 6,981. Merkley, who is NHL Central Scouting's No. 23-ranked North American skater, scored on the Rockets' first shot of the night 52 seconds into the contest.

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  • Nancy Lane pleads guilty to manslaughter at murder trial

    Arthur Lane was found dead in his home in Athens, Ont., about 130 kilometres south of Ottawa. She was charged with first degree murder in August 2011 after a lengthy police investigation. Arthur Lane, a former leader with the Ontario Public Service Employees Union, had a $200,000 life insurance policy as well as a pension.

  • Josh Duggar: '19 Kids and Counting' Star Responds to Sexual Abuse Claims

    TLC pulls the reality show after allegations of Josh's alleged misconduct went public. Josh Duggar and his family are portrayed as a picture of wholesome perfection now. The show has been puld as josh faces accusations he sexually molested rurnd under aged girls when he was a teenager.

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  • Landlord David Goodine calls renting a 'nightmare'

    Goodine alleges the tenants were two months late paying rent when he sent eviction letters. "My son had to shovel countless baby diapers out of the bathtub," said Goodine. "We cleaned out 16 great big bags of garbage. Goodine says he had to enlist his son Andrew to help clean up.

  • Greece refuses to pay £1.1billion bill

    Greece's finance minister Yanis Varoufakis (pictured) cautioned that the entire euro project could unravel if Athens crashed out of the single currency.

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  • Are we all going to die next Wednesday?

    Is the end of the world nigh? In fact, since 1994, when the collider was first mooted by the multi-national European nuclear research organisation (CERN), a small number of doomsayers have claimed that by replicating the conditions pertaining at the start of the universe (Big Bang), about 13,700 million years ago, there would be a small but real risk an unstoppable cataclysm would take place.

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  • Saudi Arabia's £67billion desert city to be finished by 2035

    The man leading the construction of Saudi Arabia's new £67billion super-city in the middle of the desert has announced that the ambitious project will be finished by 2035 - with 50,000 people moving in just five years from now. Fahd al-Rasheed, the Group CEO of Emaar Economic City, which is behind the gargantuan development, declared 'the sky's the limit' for the King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC), ten years after work began and with roughly 15 per cent of the pop-up metropolis complete. Built entirely from scratch, the KAEC will eventually house two million residents spread across 70 square miles - nearly double the size of both Manchester and Liverpool and roughly the same size as the US capital, Washington DC.

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