Everyone attacks Trudeau as campaign's final week begins

Harper warns a Liberal government will hike taxes, while Mulcair says the NDP is the only credible choice to beat the Tories.

  • #PassengerShaming Pictures Show The (Very) Disgusting Side Of Air Travel

    It used to be such a glamorous job - but these disgusting photographs show that life as a flight attendant isn’t always as classy as the movies make out. Images posted to the “Passenger Shaming” Facebook and Instagram pages show how many selfish travellers don’t really get flight etiquette. The hashtag was inspired by former flight attendant Shawn Kathleen’s Instagram account Passenger Shaming.

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  • Woman Sues 12-Year-Old Nephew For Over Enthusiastic Hug

    Jennifer Connell is suing her nephew (Facebook)

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  • Woman Shames Thousands Of Men Who Sent Her Violently Graphic Messages By Posting Them On Instagram

    A woman who has suffered years of abuse from men who sent her violent and graphic messages has decided to turn the tables - by posting the messages on her Instagram page.

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  • Harper's putting cash on table as Conservatives bid to stall Liberal momentum

    Conservative Leader Stephen Harper is literally putting cash on the table in an effort to halt the momentum of Justin Trudeau's Liberals in the closing days of the federal election campaign. With less than a week until Canadians go to the polls next Monday, the Conservatives have twice staged low-tech stunts designed to illustrate how much they say Liberal tax changes will cost voters as Harper attempts to pick apart the Liberal platform. Harper played the role of game show host again Tuesday morning at a partisan rally in west-end Toronto, calling out Liberal tax increases as a pizza store owner placed bills on a table to the backdrop of a loudly ringing cash register.

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  • Suburban crime has some residents worried

    Earlier this week, 31-year-old Joel Gary Geddes was gunned down in Evergreen in the city's southwest and pronounced dead at the scene. Former Calgary Police gang investigator Henry Hollinger says Calgary suburbs are still safe, but he has noticed some changes in recent years.

  • David Price decision key talking point from Blue Jays' Game 4 win

    The Blue Jays opted to use Price as a reliever Monday instead of saving him for the Game 5 start.

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  • 2 arrested in country-wide human trafficking sting

    Fri, Oct 9: After a year-long investigation, Halton Regional Police have arrested and charged two people with human trafficking. Ashley Carter explains that one of the two arrested is a popular GTA real estate agent.

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  • The 1-Step Hack That Makes an Ikea Cabinet Unrecognizable (4 photos)

    Interior designer Victoria Solomon of Victoria Elizabeth Design had a mission: to add a media cabinet to her small NYC apartment that would add extra storage while hiding the ugly wires under her TV. In her dreams, she envisioned a 140-inch built-in-looking piece of furniture that could hold its own on the long 180-inch wall - but in reality, nothing like this existed. So what did the clever designer do? She turned to Ikea and hacked her way to the expensive-looking custom console of her dreams! Victoria realized that three Ikea Besta shelf units, when lined up, totaled about 140 inches. So, she purchased three Besta ($100) shelf units with high-gloss white doors and gave them an undeniably glamorous (and ridiculously simple) makeover by adding agate pulls ($49 per pair). Want to re-create the look at home? Read on for Victoria's expert tips!

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  • Paramedic Rushes To Crash Scene In Her Wedding Dress Minutes After Getting Married

    A new bride who just happened to be a paramedic rushed to a crash scene in her wedding dress - just minutes after she got married. Sarah Ray had just got married in Clarksville, Tennessee, when she got a call telling her that her grandparents and father had just been in a car crash. Without hesitation, Sarah made her way to the scene of the crash to make sure everyone was OK - and her proud mum, Marcy Martin, captured the site of her daughter in her wedding gown at the side of the road.

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  • How to Double Your Money Every 4 Years

    In a recent study, a group of University professors show how 539 individual investors were able to consistently double their money every 3.5 years.

  • CCTV Footage Shows British DJ Being Savagely Beaten At Ibiza Apartment Block

    Shocking CCTV footage shows the moment a British DJ was savagely beaten at his Ibiza apartment block by a man who was later let go by police. Terrified Kenny McSween was pounced on in the lobby and subjected to the sickening 20-minute assault at 6:50 a.m. on September 20.

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  • Real Life Rapunzel Hasn’t Cut Her Hair For 35 YEARS

    Going to the hairdressers can sometimes be a chore but one woman doesn’t bother to get her hair cut at all - in fact, she hasn’t bothered in 35 YEARS. Gu Meiying, 59, has been growing her hair since she was 24-years-old and it has now grown to a staggering 2.52 metres in length.

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  • The fascinating life of Nikola Tesla, the man who electrified our world and fell in love with a pigeon

    Without Nikola Tesla, many of the conveniences of modern life wouldn't be possible. The Serbian-American engineer and physicist had over 300 patents worldwide, and his inventions helped pave the way for alternating current (AC), electric motors, radios, fluorescent lights, lasers, and remote control, among many other things. But he was also highly eccentric — from his bizarre sleeping and eating habits to his love of pigeons. Here's a glimpse into the fabulous life of one of history's most fascinating geniuses.

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  • Mike Commodore rips Mike Babcock in angry Twitter rant

    Though Commodore’s language was scathing he apparently drew the line when comparing Babcock to Adolf Hitler.

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  • Raven's Dad Pens Open Letter 

    Raven-Symone's dad has penned an open letter in response to his daughter's recent controversy. The "Dream So Big" author explained in his public post that he has not been in charge of his daughter's career for more than a decade, and that Raven is a fully-functioning adult more than capable of cleaning up her own messes. While he did refer to Raven's statements as an "inexcusable gaffe," Christopher also came to his daughter's defense and reminded that everyone is susceptible to committing blunders.

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  • Dead Man Wakes Up In Morgue Moments Before His Own Autopsy

    The man had been declared dead by a doctor after he was found at a bus station in Mumbai, India, and was taken to a nearby hospital. Lokmanya Tilak General Hospital’s Chief Medical Officer Dr Rohan Rohekar is reported to have earlier told staff to take the body directly to the morgue - which is against hospital policy. Senior Police Inspector Yeshudas Gorde said: “It is a serious case of negligence by the doctor.

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  • The Goonies is 30 years old today, here's what the stars look like now

    IT’S THIRTY YEARS since "The Goonies" came out. That noise you’re hearing is how old you are hitting home hard. Seriously though, for people of a certain vintage they don’t come much more seminal than the story of a group of kids staving off the destruction of their neighbourhood by searching underground caverns for a long-lost pirate ship. It’s hard to imagine a kids movie being made nowadays with something like the truffle shuffle in it. They don’t make ‘em like they used to. If you haven’t seen it, we recommend you seek out a copy. It’ll cheer you up, promise.

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  • Dentist who killed Cecil the lion no longer wanted for poaching by Zimbabwean officials

    HARARE, Zimbabwe — Zimbabwe is no longer pressing for the extradition of James Walter Palmer, an American dentist who killed a well-known lion called Cecil, a Cabinet minister said Monday. Palmer can now safely return to Zimbabwe as a “tourist” because he had not broken the southern African country’s hunting laws, Environment, Water and Climate Minister Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri told reporters in Harare on Monday. Zimbabwe’s police and the National Prosecuting Authority had cleared Palmer of wrongdoing, she said. Palmer was identified as the man who killed Cecil in a bow hunt. Cecil, a resident of Hwange National park in western Zimbabwe, was well-known to tourists and researchers for his distinctive q
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  • Navy SEAL reveals 10 steps to survive a mass shooting

    What the hell is wrong with us? Seriously, what is happening to the fabric of our society? How do we explain the fact that a small fraction of a certain subset of our society—young, often socially isolated males—now find it to be a valid course of action to use a weapon to murder as many people as possible before turning the gun on themselves or perishing in a hail of police bullets? I have no idea. I have no answers. I do not think “the availability of guns” is the answer, for one, though certainly it is one part of the possible solution. I do not think that the media’s tendency, at least in the past, to pore over and report on the various personality traits and manifestos of past shooters,

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  • Lynch Mob ‘Burns Mayor To Death After Thinking He’d Ordered Hit On Political Rival’

    Basilio Juracán Leja was dragged out of his home in Concepción, Sololá, on Sunday, and beaten to within an inch of his life. Investigators believe that the attack stemmed from an earlier attack on rival candidate Lorenzo Sequec Juracán. Sequec Juracán was shot at as he was travelling in a van with around 10 family members on Sunday morning, according to the EFE news agency.

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  • Quaid arrested while trying to cross American border

    Sun, Aug 23: Police in Vermont say they have arrested Actor Randy Quaid and his wife after they tried to cross the border into the United States from Canada.

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