Leafs stars threaten to sue TSN, fan over tweet

A tweet insinuating an adulterous relationship between Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul and Elisha Cuthbert could end up costing the network.

  • Girl, 14, forced into week of sex work at downtown hotel

    Three people have been charged with human trafficking after Toronto police rescued a 14-year-old girl who they said was forced into sex work at a downtown hotel. Police said security staff responded to a noise complaint in a hotel room in the Bay Street and Dundas Street West area last Friday night. The teen told police she had been invited to the hotel by the three accused, and was then held in the room and forced to provide sexual services for a week. The girl said she feared for her safety and couldn't contact anyone because her cellphone was confiscated and the hotel phone was disabled.

  • Helen Mirren, 69, Is a Total Bombshell in Semi-Sheer Dress on the Red Carpet: See the Photos!

    Helen Mirren attended the Roundabout Theatre Company's 2015 Spring Gala in NYC on Monday, March 2, dressed in a semi-sheer dress that made jaws drop; see the red carpet photos!

    Us Weekly
  • 'Blurred Lines' Trial Reveals How Much Money Robin Thicke's Song Made

    As the Blurred Lines trial resumed, jurors got an inside peek at the financial success of the song credited to Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams and T.I..

    Yahoo Music Canada
  • Teacher Erin Osmond takes stand at her own sexual exploitation trial

    A 29-year-old teacher from Prud'homme, Sask. is on trial, charged with the sexual exploitation of a high school student in Watrous in 2013. Osmond began a romantic relationship with the student that lasted for several months. Eventually, Osmond and the student, who can't be named because of a publication ban, became more and more romantic. Osmond's contract as a substitute teacher at the school was ending February 15.

  • Trial delayed for woman accused of committing indecent act on aircraft

    The trial of a 25-year-old woman accused of committing an indecent act on a Toronto-to-Halifax flight has been delayed because her lawyer is ill. Alicia Elizabeth Lander has pleaded not guilty to committing an indecent act, assaulting a police officer, committing an act of mischief and causing a disturbance at Halifax Stanfield International Airport on Jan. 24, 2014. Jason George Chase had pleaded not guilty to committing an indecent act, but he later changed his plea to guilty and waived his right to a trial.

    The Canadian Press
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  • Heidi Klum Reflects on Her Worst Style, Beauty Mistakes: "My Eyebrows Were Plucked to the Bejeezus!"

    Heidi Klum opened up exclusively to Us Weekly about her questionable style and beauty choices over her decades-long modeling career; get the details

    Us Weekly
  • Toronto power outage affects thousands of homes after snow and ice hit

    About 15,000 Toronto homes were without power Wednesday morning after the city was hit with a mix of heavy wet snow and ice pellets. Toronto Hydro says it could be 2 p.m. before power is restored in some areas. "The weather was wreaking havoc on our systems," Toronto Hydro spokesman Brian Buchan said, adding that a combination of heavy precipitation and salt buildup on electrical infrastructure sparked several damaging electrical arcs. In town, power issues are causing problems on the morning commute.

  • Seniors' discounts should be scrapped, study suggests

    A new report is calling on municipal governments to scrap seniors' discounts. The study, called No Seniors' Specials: Financing Municipal Services in Aging Communities, was commissioned by the national think-tank Institute for Research on Public Policy. Many municipalities in Canada give discounts to seniors based solely on their age. Those discounts for citizens aged 55 or older include lower bus fares, cheaper fitness classes and sometimes reduced property taxes.

  • Computer expert warns Canadians: Watch out for 'Superfish'

    Martin Lehner is a security expert at Orange Technology in Whitehorse. He says users of Lenovo computers should get their computers checked for pre-installed software. Lehner says many Lenovo computers have software called, "Superfish", which is installed at the factory.

  • Oil slips towards $60, Saudi Arabia sees steady market

    Brent crude oil slipped towards $60 a barrel on Wednesday as a stronger dollar pressured commodity prices, while Saudi Arabia's oil minister said he expected the market to balance itself and for prices to recover. Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi said he expected supply and demand would soon match and oil prices, which hit a near six-year low of $45 in January, would stabilise, adding to signs OPEC's largest exporter is confident consumption is growing. Naimi said it was not Saudi Arabia's responsibility to "subsidise" higher cost oil producers. The speech followed news that Saudi Arabia had raised its official selling prices (OSPs) for oil deliveries to Asia and the United States on Tuesday.

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  • Mother of child 'M' beaten and starved to death apologizes

    With her husband working night shifts, she stayed alone at home taking care of the couple’s children.

  • Federal agents target industry that helps Chinese women have American-born babies

    Federal agents searched three dozen homes Tuesday in California during a crackdown on so-called maternity tourism operators who arrange for pregnant Chinese women to give birth in the U.S., where their babies automatically become American citizens. The investigation of three alleged birth tourism rings may be the biggest yet by federal homeland security agents who say that, while pregnant women may travel to the United States and deliver their babies here, they cannot lie about the purpose of their trip when applying for a visa. Authorities believe people from other countries are carrying out similar schemes but recent cases in California have catered to wealthy visitors from China, most likely due to the country's large population, recent economic boom and ties to the region. It is unclear how many women travel to the United States for maternity tourism.

    The Canadian Press
  • CM Punk 'has some things to work on' after first true sparring session

    Phil Brooks' coach, Duke Roufus, also said the UFC's unproven star has a lot of potential.

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  • Carrie Underwood Gives Birth to Baby Boy: See His Name, Plus the First Pic!

    Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher welcomed their son Isaiah Michael Fisher on Feb. 27 -- see the first picture!

    Us Weekly
  • Bible story: Israeli PM packs potent religious symbolism in US speech

    The powerful religious symbolism packed into a speech by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to U.S. Congress would have been self-evident even to someone lacking training in Jewish theology. What followed was a modern version — in which Netanyahu was cast in the role of protector, Persians were still the enemy and the unwitting king in need of a wake-up call was Barack Obama, the U.S. president believed to be on the verge of a historic nuclear deal with Iran. He looked up to the gallery and applauded Holocaust survivor and Nobel Prize winner Elie Wiesel. —He condemned details he's heard about a possible nuclear deal with Iran.

    The Canadian Press
  • Temperature lowered: Brier fuss over Northern Ontario broom tap handled by team, Curling Canada

    After Monday night's 7-3 win over Ontario by Northern Ontario, issues of curling etiquette were brought to the fore. With statements from Team Jacobs and Curling Canada, seems the teapot is once again without a tempest

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  • Sex shows streamed from Windsor libraries probed by police

    Sex shows streamed live online from two branches of the Windsor Public Library are being investigated by police. CBC News discovered more than 50 graphic sex shows were streamed from the Riverside and Fontainebleau branches in east Windsor between November of last year and the end of January. Police spokesperson Sgt. Matt D'Asti said investigators are asking for the public's help and for anyone who saw anything to come forward. The woman, who used the screen name "lilsecrett," streamed video of herself flashing her breasts, masturbating and using sex toys in front of a webcam for an online audience while using computers at the Riverside and Fontainebleau branches of the library.

  • From prime rib to chips and dip: Lean times at mining's annual conference

    When the world's miners head for Toronto each year to attend their industry's annual conference, they arrive with certain expectations. At the makeshift bar set up on a reception desk, a project manager poured the drinks as guests mingled in the brightly-lit board room and corridors‎.

  • Norwegian author's fat comment hits Canadians' self-esteem

    You’ve probably never heard of Karl Ove Knausgaard, unless you happened on the flap he caused in the last few days by trashing the eating habits of Newfoundlanders in a New York Times Magazine article. Social media is still rippling with reaction to Knausgaard’s observation that almost everyone he encountered in a restaurant in St. Anthony, N.L., during a trip to visit abandoned Viking settlements at L’Anse aux Meadows was fat, and apparently proud of it.

    Daily Brew
  • Japanese YouTube star covers himself in Mentos, jumps in a bathtub of Coke Zero

    Japanese YouTube star Hajime covered himself in hundreds of Mentos, then took a bath in 350 litres of Coke Zero.

    Daily Buzz