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  • Woman ‘Killed By Neighbour’ For Mowing Her Lawn In The Middle Of The Night

    A man is said to have shot dead her elderly neighbour because she was mowing her lawn late at night. James Blair was arrested after he allegedly shot dead pensioner Linda Ciotto after apparently losing his temper at the sound coming from her garden in Willard, Ohio, at 11pm. The 62-year-old woman was found dead outside her home with a gunshot wound to her head and shocked neighbours told police Blair killed her because of her late-night gardening session.

    Yahoo News
  • Watch: Virgin Atlantic Plane Overtaken By ‘UFO’ Over Skies Of New York

    This is the spooky moment a jumbo jet taking off from New York was seemingly overtaken in the air by a UFO. The incredible footage shows the Virgin Atlantic plane flying from JFK airport before a mystery object is seen in the distance flying quickly past it.

    Yahoo News 50 mins ago
  • Kylie Jenner is going to legally drink for her birthday, thanks to Canada

    Kylie Jenner is celebrating her 18th birthday…in Canada! And while we were kind of hoping it was due to her love of the true north strong and free, the youngest Jenner is heading north of the border to take advantage of Quebec’s legal drinking age, which is 18. On Thursday, Beachclub Montreal posted a promotional poster for the event, featuring Jenner is a black bikini, aviators and cut-off shorts.

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  • 22 Tim Hortons Fails Every Canadian Will Recognize

    Double double dose of disappointment.

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  • Ontario storm knocks out power for thousands

    Nearly 50,000 customers were without power across southern Ontario after an intense storm battered the province on Sunday, bringing heavy winds, rain, hail and possible funnel clouds. The outages were spread over an area from Lake Huron to Toronto. Toronto Hydro was also reporting multiple outages across the city including one at Yorkdale Shopping Centre.

    CBC
  • Authorities: 2 women dead from suspected drug overdoses after collapsing at music festival

    Two women died from suspected drug overdoses at a popular weekend music festival, prompting calls for an investigation and concern over the use of narcotics at youth-oriented events. The women, one 18 years old and the other 19, were found unresponsive on Saturday at the HARD Summer music festival in Pomona, about 30 miles east of downtown Los Angeles. The deaths appeared to be due to drug overdoses but autopsies were planned, coroner's Lt. Fred Corral told the Los Angeles Times (http://lat.ms/1OIVJsa ).

    The Canadian Press
  • Ronda Rousey's continued dominance puts focus back on potential 'Cyborg' bout

    UFC president Dana White has plenty of motivation to match up UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, his mainstream, breakthrough star, against her rival-in-exile, Invicta FC featherweight champ Cristiane "Cyborg" Justino. "I think that fight does 2.5 million buys," a giddy White said late Saturday night, after Rousey knocked out Bethe Correia in 34 seconds. "I fight in the UFC 135-pound division," Rousey said at the UFC 190 post-fight news conference in Rio de Janeiro.

    Yahoo Sports
  • Why Trudeau Can't Say Yes to a Coalition With Mulcair

    Liberal leader Justin Trudeau is right to say no to any coalition talks with the NDP. It's a con game by the NDP and one that would make voters punish the Liberals. For one thing, the Liberals and the NDP are very different on issues like the Sherbrooke Declaration and the Senate. If the NDP and Liberals merged, the NDP would insist that Thomas Mulcair be the leader.

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  • What's open, what's closed for the Civic Holiday

    It's another summer long weekend, and another set of closures to be aware of when planning your Civic Holiday festivities. The Civic Holiday, also called Simcoe Day in Toronto, isn't a statutory holiday under the provincial Retail Business Holidays

    CBC
  • Sandbanks Provincial Park hits capacity, traffic rerouted

    Sandbanks Provincial Park — a hot spot for vacationers — has closed its gates to the public after reaching capacity, officials say. On Sunday afternoon, police officers on the scene were working to divert traffic from the area south of Belleville, Ont. CBC News has received reports of vehicles lined up for up to 10 kilometres.

    CBC
  • Stunning Photos Show What Cities Across The World Would Look Like As Planets (13 photos)

    Photographer Paul Reiffer has effectively turned cities into tiny planets in a series of incredible images. The Brit captured the geography of various cities across the world with multiple photographs, before condensing the snapshots into circular planet

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  • Amell & Padalecki: Shirtless Sunday!

    Stephen Amell and Jared Padalecki are showing off their summer physiques for a good cause. The "Arrow" star posted a shirtless shot of him and his "Supernatural" pal on Facebook on Aug. 2, urging fans to support the relaunch of Jared's Always Keep Fighting platform. My buddy Jared Padalecki wants you to Always Keep Fighting," Stephen wrote alongside the pic, featuring him and Jared flexing their muscles on a lakeside dock.

    Access Hollywood
  • Fake licence plates fooling photo radar, and even Calgary police

    Some people on Calgary roads will go to any lengths to avoid a speeding ticket, even creating home-made licence plates. "In one case we're aware of there was a plate that was made out of cardboard and it was a pretty good knock-off.  But it was made out of cardboard and then the motorist covered it with a plastic cover to protect it from the weather," said Sgt. Paul Stacey.

    CBC
  • Sisters organize topless march after being improperly stopped by policev

    Sat, Aug 1: The women say a police officer stopped them while riding bikes and told them it was illegal, though that's not the case. Women have had the right to go topless in public since 1996 in Ontario.

    Global News
  • Hitchhiking robot on cross-country trip in US meets its demise on streets of Philadelphia

    A hitchhiking robot that captured the hearts of fans worldwide met its demise in the U.S. The Canadian researchers who created hitchBOT as a social experiment told The Associated Press that someone in Philadelphia damaged the robot beyond repair on Saturday, ending its first American tour after about two weeks. The kid-size robot set out to travel cross-country after successfully hitchhiking across Canada in 26 days last year and parts of Europe.

    The Canadian Press
  • Gatineau woman fights to change baby's name to recognize infant's deceased father

    A Gatineau woman is fighting to get her child's name changed to recognize the baby's father, who died of flesh-eating disease before the little girl was born. "I can't give her her father," Roxanne Lauzon said of two-month-old baby Faith. Lauzon's boyfriend Robert Lajambe died suddenly in May after flesh-eating disease took over his body.

    CBC
  • Miranda & Shania: Girls Night!

    Miranda Lambert is continuing her #MusicIsMedicine mission in the wake of her divorce form Blake Shelton. The country superstar attended Shania Twain's show in Nashville on Friday night and got a little backstage time with the "That Don't Impress Me Much

    Access Hollywood
  • Woman Finds 15-Foot Python Harassing Her Saint Bernard

    Residents of Warren County, Missouri, finally know why small animals have been disappearing and dogs have been barking at odd times in the night. The likely culprit -- a monstrous 14-foot-7-inch Burmese Python weighing in at 160 pounds -- was found by local resident Pauline Horstdaniel in her yard, local station KTVI reports. "I was terrified," Horstdaniel recalled to KTVI. A call to a local snake expert proved fruitless, as he offered to catch the python -- but only when he got back into town days later.

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  • Joyce Mitchell's confession: Sex, a painting and a plan - CNN.com

    (CNN)Former prison worker Joyce Mitchell pleaded guilty this week in relation to her role in the sensational June escape of two inmates in upstate New York. As part of her plea, she submitted detailed statements of her involvement with the convicted murderers David Sweat and Richard Matt. Sexually graphic in parts, her confession describes how her relationship with one of the inmates, Matt, developed and how and why she brought tools into the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora that the prisoners used to tunnel their way to freedom.

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  • Big-rig driver stopped on highway; clothes and cash stolen

    Bay St. George RCMP are investigating a robbery that happened on the Trans-Canada Highway in the Steele Mountain Road area near Flat Bay early Sunday morning. A semi-trailer truck was travelling west towards Port aux Basques around 2 a.m. when a vehicle approached from behind and started flashing its headlights. Three men got out of the vehicle and robbed the truck driver, stealing clothes, a satellite radio and an undisclosed amount of cash.

    CBC