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VIDEO: Diddy falls into a hole at BET Awards

The rapper, who was charged with assault last week, takes a tumble through what looks like a trap door in the stage while performing.

  • Why you really shouldn't touch a Queen's Guard on your summer vacation: He'll pull a gun on you

    The Queen’s Guard outside of Royal palaces in the United Kingdom are famous for their stoicism in the face of tourists’ taunts, but even they have their limits. One visitor to Windsor Castle put one hand over that line — and saw the other end of a rifle in return. The tourist can be seen in a YouTube video hamming it up alongside the red-coated guard in his tall black hat as he marches along the palace. The Queen’s Guard were installed after the Restoration and Charles II ascent to the throne in 1660.

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  • 18-year-old sexually assaulted after responding to Kijiji ad, say police

    A man has been arrested for luring an 18-year-old woman to a condominium through an online ad and then sexually assaulting her, according to police. The man offered her alcohol and marijuana, and then proposed to walk her out of the condo. The man was arrested on Friday and charged with sexual assault.

    CBC
  • Kessel to Pittsburgh?; Red Wings HOF day; Calgary's D improvements (Puck Headlines)

    Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. Have a link you want to submit? Email us at puckdaddyblog@yahoo.com.  • Yet another

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  • Harper unloads on Justin's Iran plans, and Friday's other reasons to fear for humanity

    All of a sudden Kathleen Wynne is willing to let everyone see the documentary her people have been busily blocking for weeks. A day after excerpts from the film were printed for all to read, making Wynne look like an old grump upset that the film wasn’t the whitewash expected, the premier says she expects to sign the necessary release forms any minute now. Here’s Harper talking to reporters in Quebec City (which is an event in itself: Harper speaks to reporters! At a time in history — in fact he made the announcement on the national day of remembrance for victims of terrorism — to say that his priority is the restoration, or to become best friends with one of the state sponsors of terrorism in the world, the government of Iran, and that he wants to cut the relationship we’ve established with all of our allies… and with a large international coalition to take the fight against the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, a group that… has executed and is planning attacks against Canada and Canadians,” the prime minister said.

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  • Caitlyn Jenner Celebrates At Pride

    Caitlyn Jenner Celebrates At PrideCaitlyn Jenner was feeling pride on Sunday!   Looking gorgeous at our pride finale! #CaitlynJenner #CandisCayne #VossEvents #LoveWins A photo posted by Voss Events (@vossevents) on Jun 28, 2015 at

    Access Hollywood
  • Young victims of online sexual exploitation IDed, say RCMP

    New Brunswick RCMP's Internet Child Exploitation unit has identified a number of alleged victims of a Moncton man, who may have sexually exploited as many as 2,000 boys around the world by posing online as a teenaged girl since at least 2012. Police had released a video on YouTube in May, encouraging victims to come forward. RCMP hope to identify as many of the alleged victims as possible and are asking the public to continue sharing the video, which has been viewed more than 50,0000 times to date, said Rogers-Marsh.

    CBC
  • Report: Mickelson tied to money laundering, gambling case

    Phil Mickelson wired millions of dollars to a middleman, who then laundered that money as part of "an illegal gambling operation which accepted and placed bets on sporting events," according to a report from ESPN's Outside the Lines. According to the report, Mickelson transferred the money to 56-year-old Greg Silveira of La Quinta, Calif., who has pleaded guilty to three federal counts of money laundering as part of a plea deal. Silveira pled guilty to laundering $2.75 million that he says belonged to Mickelson, according to the report.

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  • Song makes history as first Chinese-born player drafted by NHL team

    Andong Song grew up in China, playing hockey on short-track speed-skating loops because there were only two rinks in Beijing at the time. "The section in the middle would be all concrete," Song said. On Saturday he became the first Chinese-born player to be drafted into the NHL when the New York Islanders selected him with the 172nd pick.

    The Canadian Press
  • Kerry's Husband Rushed To Hospital Over Stroke Fears

    Kerry Katona’s husband George Kay is in hospital after showing signs of suffering a stroke. “Asking you all to say a prayer for my @mrgsjkay been taken into hospital with signs of a stroke xxx,” Kerry tweeted.

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  • Japanese Gorilla is attracting the attention of many women

    According the Agence France Presse, his handsome looks have generated a lot of visitors in the past few months ever since he was used as a model for a campaign in the zoo’s spring festival. On Twitter, young women are using the Japanese phrase ‘ikemen’ – a word used to call out a hot guy – when talking about the ape.

    Daily Buzz
  • Who needs Microsoft, Intel or AMD? Not Acer

    Acer defied desktop computing convention this week with the U.S. roll out of two all-in-one (AIO) desktop PCs that don't include Microsoft Windows nor processors from Intel and AMD. As the name would indicate, Acer's new Chromebase AIOs have shunted aside Windows instead using Google's Chrome operating system. However, the company [...]

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  • Eugenie Bouchard at the WTA Tour Wimbledon party (8 photos)

    The 21-year-old Canadian goes all out as she makes her entrance to the party Thursday night. Wimbledon stars dazzle at launch party LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 25: Eugenie Bouchard attends the annual WTA Pre-Wimbledon Party presented by Dubai Duty Free at

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  • Arrest made in Jessica Newman murder

    Fri, Jun 26 : An arrest has been made in the murder of Jessica Newman. As Global first reported, Police were closing in on a suspect in the case, now family members confirm Jessica’s ex-boyfriend is in police custody. Nancy Hixt reports.

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  • The 10 Best Stocks to Hold Forever

    Few people realize these stocks exist. But many of the richest, most successful investors have been cashing in on them for decades. Now you can too...

  • School tells girls to cover up bathing suits - at a water park

    Girls from a public school in Elmira, Ont.. say they were told to cover up because they were wearing two-piece bathing suits on a school trip - to a water park. Park Manor Public School said it would be revisiting its dress code policy after a girl complained that she and others were told to cover up their tops while on a class trip to Bingemans Big Splash in Kitchener, Ont., according to the Waterloo Region Record. The school sets its own dress code, but a spokesperson for the school board said covering up was standard practice.

    Daily Brew
  • Boy stabbed in head with scissors at Little Ray's Reptile Zoo summer camp

    A 10-year-old boy will need stitches after he was stabbed in the head by another young boy Monday afternoon at Little Ray's Reptile Zoo, according to the wildlife centre's owner. It happened at about 2:30 p.m. on the first of a week-long wildlife and nature summer camp at the zoo in south Ottawa.

    CBC
  • WestJet Flight 391 bomb threat call made to Kincardine airport

    A phone call, warning of a bomb on board a WestJet flight between Halifax and Edmonton, was made to a municipal airport in southern Ontario, airport officials said Monday. WestJet Flight 391 was diverted to Saskatoon on Saturday after the Kincardine Municipal Airport received the call. The airport's manager said the call came at around 9:05 a.m. ET, while the flight was en route to Edmonton.

    CBC
  • US mom pleads guilty to killing 2 kids whose bodies were found in home freezer

    A U.S. woman pleaded guilty Monday to killing two of her children and storing their bodies in a home freezer, telling a judge that she had no remorse for beating and suffocating them. Mitchelle Blair, 36, of Detroit, Michigan, has never challenged allegations that she killed her 13-year-old daughter and 9 year-old son. Blair was arrested in March, after deputies carrying out an eviction at her apartment found the bodies of her children in a deep freezer.

    The Canadian Press
  • Dog digs up crabs on the beach so she can play with them

    The dog, who must’ve done this before judging by her sheer skill, is then rewarded when a crab is uncovered from under the wet, grey sand. The crab tries to make a break for it, but Sheila’s fun has just begun. The canine begins chasing the crab up and down the beach, while occasionally swatting it lightly with a paw.

    Daily Buzz
  • Los Angeles Kings terminate Mike Richards' expensive contract for "material breach"

    The Los Angeles Kings terminated Mike Richards' contract Monday, claiming the underachieving forward committed a "material breach" of its terms. The move is a surprising tactic in the Kings' prolonged attempt to get out from under the last five seasons of the 12-year, US$69 million deal signed by Richards with Philadelphia in 2008. The Kings acquired Richards in 2011, and he played a key supporting role on their two Stanley Cup champion teams.

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  • Alberta vaults from one of lowest minimum-wage payers to one of highest

    Alberta, one of the lowest payers of minimum wage in Canada, is becoming one of the highest. Jobs Minister Lori Sigurdson announced Monday that the $10.20 per hour minimum wage will rise by $1 to $11.20 an hour on Oct. 1. Sigurdson said the decision was as much about social policy as economics.

    The Canadian Press