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  • A Stanford professor says eliminating 2 phrases from your vocabulary can make you more successful

    The way you speak not only affects how others perceive you; it also has the potential to shape...

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  • Free Workshop in Washington DC Area, Feb. 27!

    This workshop introduces you to the tools to create winning trades no matter which direction stocks move! Attend the event and get a FREE silver bar!

  • Calgary bobsled track incident kills twin brothers, injures 6 other teens

    Two teenage twin brothers are dead and six of their friends are injured after attempting to use their own toboggan on the bobsled track at Canada Olympic Park, according to CBC sources. "Part way down, the group hit a large gate used to separate the bobsled and luge tracks," according to police. Staff Sgt. Paul Wyatt said police are continuing their efforts to identify all those involved.

  • Sexism, cronyism claims hit B.C. First Nations health agency as it receives billions in funding

    A letter describing “a culture of bullying, misogyny, sexualization of Aboriginal women, inequality and lateral violence” at a First Nations health-care system in British Columbia led to an extraordinary federal government audit — and to troubling conclusions made public this week. The office of the Auditor General of Canada launched its probe after receiving a scathing four-page document from an anonymous source. The unsigned letter makes claims of serious misconduct in the three-year-old First Nations Health Authority (FNHA), based in West Vancouver. According to the document, “a number of folks within the FNHA and others who have left the FNHA are increasingly disturbed by the behaviour of

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  • Regina family's dream vacation in Cuba turns to 'nightmare'

    Members of a Regina family say their dream vacation in Cuba "turned into a nightmare". "Everything was great for the first few days," Kelly Morrison said in a news release. On the morning of Jan. 30, Morrison opened their hotel room safe and found her wedding rings and money were nowhere to be found.

  • ‘You greedy b***ards, enough is enough!’ Angry Liverpool fans stage walkout protest

    There was widespread disillusionment at Anfield this afternoon.
  • Sylvia Consuelo, young mother of three, sexually assaulted and killed on January 30th

    Sat, Feb 6: Police say Consuelo suffering from drug addiction and had turned to a life in the sex trade. Peter Kim reports.

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  • Mother and Infant Son Die From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning As Dad Shovels Out Car

    ​​Their deaths were the result of a tragic accident that could happen to anyone. 

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  • Cooper: How Harper reshaped Canada

    The first cuts at a post mortem of the Stephen Harper years have taken the form of journalists’ biographies. Most deal with his years in office, but some begin when Harper’s interest in politics first awakened. Nearly all are critical in the sense that the authors disapprove of Harper and all his works. John Ibbitson is an exception. His biography begins earlier than the others and seeks to understand the person who led the country for nearly a decade. His book is critical in the sense of being analytical, not deprecatory. Ibbitson admires Harper, not grudgingly, but for his ability to fulfil his agenda. Harper succeeded in the sense that “more people think like conservatives today” than did

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  • Decorated soldier ordered out of Winnipeg shopping mall

    WINNIPEG — Dozens of people have staged a protest at Winnipeg’s Portage Place shopping mall over the expulsion on the weekend of a decorated soldier and respected elder. Joseph Meconse said he and a friend sat down to tea in the mall’s food court on Saturday when a security guard approached him and told him he had half an hour before he would have to leave. Meconse said he then went to get a plate of food and as he was eating, the guard returned and told him he had to leave immediately. Meconse, 74, joined the military at the age of 20 and served for a decade at posts in Germany and Cyprus. When he eventually came home to work as a corrections officer, it was as a decorated soldier with a chest

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  • Toronto bride wed by trailblazing NYC Fire Dept. chaplain amid fatal crane collapse

    Nesh Pillay, 25, a Toronto native, was at a Manhattan hair salon on Friday with her mother and sister getting ready for her wedding when they felt the earth shake as a construction crane collapsed outside, killing one person and injuring three others. "So I kind of went into the bathroom and put my wedding dress on and left, knowing at this point I was very late," Pillay said. Pillay was standing outside in her wedding gown in the slushy cold weather in the middle of the crane collapse scene, when Rev. Ann Kansfield of the New York City Fire Department swooped in, covered the bride in a protective firefighter jacket and escorted her to city hall where groom Aaron Vanderhoff was waiting.

  • Justin Theroux says it's 'a laugh a minute' with wife Jennifer Aniston

    Jennifer Aniston made her comedic prowess well known as Rachel on Friends and the many comedic films she has under her belt, but the actress's husband insists she's also a hoot at home. In a recent interview, Justin Theroux said there are plenty of laughs to go around at home.TAP FOR FULL GALLERY: Justin says his wife Jennifer is quite the comedian.

  • Air Passenger Gets Whole Plane To Herself - After Noone Else Turns Up

    A woman in China took a once in a lifetime trip on an empty plane -  after all the other passengers on a commercial flight failed to show up. The China Southern Airlines flight from Guangzhou had been delayed for 10 hours due to a snowstorm, with impatient passengers instead opting to fly home on other flights instead. Before take-off, a flight attendant ushered Zhang onto the plane - and informed her that she would be taking a ‘charter flight’ - allowing her to sit anywhere on the plane for the journey back to her hometown in Wuhan, the capital of central Hubei Province.

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  • DNA order in animal abuse case sparks privacy debate

    A southern Ontario man admits he bound a dog's snout, neck and legs with electrical tape and left it for dead behind a shopping centre in Windsor, Ont. As disturbing as the crime was, it's his punishment that has the legal and human rights communities talking. Michael Hill, of Amherstburg, Ont., a small town just southwest of Windsor, was sentenced to two years in prison and three years probation, and is banned from owning a pet for 25 years.

  • Apology issued to decorated war veteran kicked out of Winnipeg shopping mall

    A Winnipeg shopping mall has issued an apology to a decorated Manitoba war veteran and aboriginal elder who was told to get out last weekend. Joseph Meconse, 74, said he and a friend sat down to tea in Portage Place’s food court on Saturday when a security guard approached him and told him he had half an hour before he would have to leave.

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  • Forget Everything You Know About Folding Clothes And Do This Instead

    You'll save so much more time, and who doesn't love that?

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  • Breathtaking Photos Show the Undeniable Beauty of Freckles

    In 2012, photographer Brock Elbank was playing in a weekend-league football match in Sydney when a spectator caught his eye. It was his teammate’s son, Eddie, 10 at the time, with “an incredible face full of freckles, like I’d never seen before,” he says.

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  • Check out these glamorous mother-daughter duos... (9 photos)

    Star kids and their super glamorous mommies are always in the news for their sparkly appearances at promotional events, awards functions, celebrations, parties and what have you! Here’s a look at some of our famous mother-daughter duos who never fail to impress.

  • No one submits verified claim for $63 million lotto jackpot

    Luck may have run out for the winner of a California Lottery jackpot: The person has apparently let $63 million slip away. Nobody showed up at a state lottery office by 5 p.m. Thursday with the ticket or submitted a verified claim for the prize, lottery spokesman Alex Traverso said. A lawsuit filed Wednesday in Los Angeles seeks to have a judge declare a winner.

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  • Some refugees turning down housing options in Ottawa, centre says

    A lack of affordable housing and desires to be settled close to other refugees and mosques are complicating the search for permanent homes for incoming families, according to Carl Nicholson, executive director of the Catholic Centre for Immigrants. Only half of the more than 600 government sponsored refugees who have arrived in Ottawa since Dec. 31 have found homes.

  • This Insane Fact About Store-Bought Eggs Is Going Viral

    How did we not know this gross truth? ​