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  • MD who asked patient 'do you like big ones or small ones?' loses licence for 6 months

    A tribunal has found Dr. Adekunle Williams Owolabi guilty of all four professional misconduct complaints lodged against him and suspended his licence to practise for six months. The decision was given Monday in St. John's, at the professional misconduct hearing against Owolabi conducted by a tribunal panel established by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Newfoundland and Labrador. At an earlier hearing, Labrador teacher Arlene Johnson testified that when she visited Owolabi for a pelvic exam he made comments that she believed were sexual.

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  • 4 Ontario cops injured, 4 cruisers rammed as officers try to stop stolen vehicles

    Ontario Provincial Police say a 26-year-old man and a 15-year-old boy are facing a total of 54 charges arising from an incident that sent four officers to hospital and left four cruisers wrecked. It's alleged the occupants broke into a home in Shedden, where they abandoned the first truck and stole another pickup. OPP say that truck collided with two police vehicles northeast of Shedden and two additional police vehicles a few kilometres later, injuring four officers, who were taken to hospital for treatment.

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  • Syrian father, son begin new life in city after unspeakable tragedy

    There used to be seven people in the Sarhan immediate family, which grew every Friday when grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins joined them for a weekly feast in their Damascus suburb. Now there are just two, huddled alone together, in a strange city 10,000 kilometres away. They don’t have much left — just each other and a warm hospitality, offering visitors a cup of hot tea and cold, sweet grapes served on a tissue with a smile. In April 2013, while the Sarhans were preparing to host their weekly gathering, Sleman Sarhan’s wife sent him to the store for dishwashing detergent. On his way home, a Syrian regime barrel bomb hit their neighbourhood and he took cover until he heard the horrifying

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  • Parting shots: He hits her on stamina; she pounces in retort

    It was the opening Hillary Clinton had been waiting for all night. Late in Monday's debate, when the candidates each had notched their points on trade, taxes, crime and more, the talk turned to Clinton's stamina, brought to the fore by her recent bout of pneumonia.

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  • See the 3 star hotel where Prince William and Kate will spend a romantic night in Canada

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to enjoy one romantic night alone during their royal tour of Canada, away from their two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte – and have chosen to stay in a modest, three-star hotel. The pair are planning to spend the night stay in the Coast High Country Inn in the town of Whitehorse, which usually costs around $180 a night for a stay. Meanwhile, three-year-old Prince George and one-year-old Princess Charlotte will be cared for by their nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, who will accompanying the family on their trip as part of their 12-person entourage.

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  • Man spends 43 YEARS in a wheelchair after receiving the wrong diagnosis

    A man who spent the past 43 years confined to a wheelchair has had to learn how to walk again after discovering he was misdiagnosed as a teenager. Rufino Borrego was told he had incurable muscular dystrophy when he was 13 years old and has used a wheelchair to get around ever since. The rare disease can actually be treated simply by taking asthma medication and just a year after his new diagnosis, Borrego was able to walk for the first time to his local cafe.

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  • Air Force colonel who faced rape charge found dead in home

    A high-ranking Air Force Space Command officer who was charged with rape and other crimes was found dead in his Colorado home after civilian police received a report of a suicide, officials said Monday. The body of Col. Eugene Caughey (KAW'-hee), 46, was found Sunday at his off-base home in Colorado Springs, city police said. Caughey was relieved of his duties in June 2015 after the rape investigation began, the Air Force has said.

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  • Here are 5 things a Canadian food safety expert would never eat

    Raw oysters, steak tartare and runny eggs — those are just some of the foods Dr. Rick Holley, a veteran food safety expert, won’t touch.

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  • Domino’s Pizza customer gets the best reward for handing in cash found in her delivery

    A woman who found a LOT of money in her Domino’s delivery has been rewarded with free pizza for a YEAR for handing it in. Selena Avalos was feeling peckish and ordered a box of chicken wings from a branch of the fast food giant in San Jose, California. Selena decided to do the honest thing and inform Domino’s of the little mix up and a driver rushed round to pick up the cash, which turned out to be the restaurant’s bank deposit.

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  • The moment Prince George rejected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's high-five

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is used to shaking hands with everyone he meets, but when the time came to greet Prince George, let's just say the politician had trouble making a connection. While the prime minister tried to engage with George using everything from a handshake to a low five, the little prince left the father of three hanging. TAP FOR GALLERY Little George was tired after a long flight.

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  • Duchess of Cambridge stuns in Canadian flag-inspired dress (21 photos)

    They’re here! On Saturday, Sept. 24, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, alongside with Prince George and Princess Charlotte, arrived in Victoria, B.C. for an 8-day trip of Canada.  ALSO SEE: Prince William and his wife Kate focus on social causes during West Coast visit This is the royal couple’s first trip to Canada since 2011, and the young children’s first trip to the country.  Click through the gallery above to see photos from the tour, and let us know what you think about the royals’ visit to Canada by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.

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  • Man confesses to murder that his identical twin has served 13 years in jail for committing

    A man has confessed to a murder 13 years after his identical twin was found guilty for the crime. Karl Smith (above, right) stunned a Chicago court last week after he admitted to the killing of Antwan Carter that his brother, Kevin Dugar (above, left), has served 13 years in jail for. The brothers, who have different surnames after Smith changed his to their mother’s maiden name, became active in gangs while growing up together.

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  • Man encased in hot tar in Toronto industrial accident in critical condition

    A man is in life-threatening condition after being encased in hot tar that solidified during an industrial accident in Toronto on Monday morning. Clint Stibbe said the truck that was carrying a vat of hot, liquid tar, came to a sudden stop in the city's east end after the driver noticed a boom attached to the vehicle fell to the road. There were three men in the back, Stibbe said, when the abrupt stop caused the tar, which was kept around 200 Celsius, to spill onto one of the men, trapping him inside.

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  • 11 Images That Only True Introverts Will Relate To

    If you can't deal with crowds, prefer time with your pet over time with actual people, and find peace in the quiet of a familiar space (alone), then you might be an introvert. Introverts are deep-thinking do-gooders who gain energy and inspiration from themselves rather than from other people. Introverts are seriously amazing, but certain aspects of the personality type can lead to some kind of . . . awkward situations. An awesome artist and self-proclaimed extreme introvert put these situations into comics that will be SO real to introverts who live them daily. We're cringing/relating on all sorts of levels.

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  • Report: Zookeeper screamed for help before tiger attack

    A zookeeper screamed for help into her radio before she was fatally attacked by a Malayan tiger, but the 350-pound animal crushed her neck before her co-workers could reach her, an autopsy report released Friday showed. The Palm Beach County medical examiner determined that Stacey Konwiser, 38, died of a fractured spine, a lacerated jugular and other neck injuries suffered when she was attacked on April 15 by the tiger named Hati.

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  • B.C. skier killed in 'Death Trap' avalanche near Lake Louise

    An avid skier from Golden, B.C. died Sunday after an avalanche pushed him off a very large cliff near Lake Louise, CBC News has confirmed. Trevor Sexsmith, 27, was with a friend ascending Mount Victoria when the pair decided to turn back due to weather conditions. Trevor's older brother, Brian Sexsmith, says skiing was Trevor's passion.

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  • Think you're eating real wasabi with your sushi? Chances are you're getting rolled

    Most sushi fans love wasabi with their rolls, but they may not realize they're probably not consuming real wasabi at all. On The Coast food columnist Gail Johnson says genuine wasabi is, in fact, a rarity. "I hate to say it, but chances are most people have never tasted real wasabi," she told On The Coast host Stephen Quinn.

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  • Catherine Zeta Jones gives Michael Douglas a kiss for their joint birthdays

    Happy birthday to the happy couple! Catherine Zeta Jones was in a festive mood as she celebrated her joint birthday with husband Michael Douglas by giving her longtime love a sweet kiss on the cheek on Sunday (Sept. 25). The Welsh actress, who turned 47 at the weekend, is 25 years younger than Michael, who is now 72. Basic Instinct star Michael is grinning from ear-to-ear in the photograph, his eyes hidden beneath dark sunglasses.

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  • 'It's difficult for us': Syrian family adjusts to life in Victoria

    Six months ago, Mostafa Ismail was living in Turkey after fleeing Syria's violent civil war, which had spread to his hometown Idlib and claimed the life of his father. Ismail, 29, now lives in Victoria with his family, after they became sponsored refugees by Canadian government. "We are happy here — but I have other brothers and sisters in Turkey, and they are far away," he said.

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  • Dumped goldfish filling stormwater ponds in Okotoks almost under control

    Okotoks is getting close to eliminating the huge goldfish that have been clogging its stormwater ponds, but the problem could return if residents don't stop dumping their unwanted aquatic pets. Christa Michailuck, an ecologist and parks manager for the town, has been working for the past year to get rid of goldfish in two of the town's stormwater ponds, which fill with runoff from streets and roads. "I think it will be an ongoing challenge that Okotoks and all municipalities will face with people wanting to continue to put fish like that into native ecosystems," she said.

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