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  • ISIS could be planning attack on WWE Survivor Series event in Atlanta: Report

    The Islamic State could be targeting a major sporting event inside the United States. Hacker group Anonymous on Saturday revealed a list of potential terrorist targets they claim to have uncovered in the wake of the Nov. 13 massacre in Paris. According to a report in the International Business Times (IBT) quoting Anonymous, ISIS militants may be targeting WWE's Survivor Series, which will be held Sunday night in Atlanta. An attack on the wrestling event could coincide with multiple attacks around the world, including events in Paris, Rome, Indonesia, Milan and Lebanon, according to the report. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is taking the threats seriously. "The FBI is aware of reports of

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  • Chinese billionaire buys a $170M painting and puts it on plastic, for the points

    Chinese billionaire Liu Yiqian made headlines earlier this month after purchasing a 1918 painting by Amedeo Modigliani for more than $170 million at a Christie’s auction and is planning to charge it to his American Express Centurion card, according to Mashable. The former middle-school drop-out turned taxi driver turned billionaire is reported to be worth around $1.5 billion, according to Forbes. “In theory, it’s possible to put a ($170 million purchase) on an American Express card,” American Express spokeswoman Elizabeth Crosta told KVAL.

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  • Ban on willing sex between underage teens and adults ruled constitutional

    A cornerstone law aimed at protecting teens from sexual exploitation by adults is constitutional, even if the sex is clearly consensual, Ontario's top court has ruled. "For an adult to suggest that, by excluding him from the close-in-age group, Parliament has made the law overbroad is to misunderstand the protective purpose of the law," the Court of Appeal ruled. Court files show the accused in this case was 21 years old when he began a romantic relationship with a 15-year-old girl he had known for several years.

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  • Prime Minister Trudeau says Canada will help 'de-escalate' tensions between Russia, Turkey

    Canada's ambassador to NATO has been tasked with helping to "de-escalate what is obviously a tense situation" after Turkey shot down a Russian fighter plane that flew into its airspace on Tuesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the CBC's Matt Galloway. Turkey countered that it had every right to defend its airspace as a Russian plane flying a mission over Syria in support of President Bashar al-Assad flew near and then into Turkish airspace.

  • This Ridiculously Cute Kitten And Owl Standoff Does Not End How You Think

    Looking at this picture of a kitten and owl apparently staring each other out, you’d be forgiven for thinking there’s some serious tension between the pair.

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  • 13 science-backed ways to appear more attractive

    It pays to be pretty. Research has found that attractive people earn up to 14% more money than their unattractive peers. Fortunately, attraction relies on much more than your physical appearance. It's in the way you carry yourself, the folks you hang out with, and how you talk to people — plus a whole lot more.  Read on to find out what you can do to make yourself more appealing. 

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  • Husband shares list of random things that make his wife cry

    Comedy writer Aaron Gillies noticed his wife, literally, cries about anything.

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  • David Price responds to free agency rumors: 'I'm going to play in Japan'

    A report emerged that Price prefers to stay in Toronto, to which he came up with a great response.

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  • Toronto police dog attacked with machete as officers bust gambling ring

    A Toronto police dog is recovering after he was attacked by a man with a machete when officers showed up to a home to investigate an illegal gambling ring Tuesday. Police officers arrested three Toronto men after officers seized large amounts of cash at two North York homes. When police entered a home near Senlac Road and Churchill Avenue, a man rushed outside carrying a machete, according to a police report.

  • Men Are Paying To Sit With Blow-Up Dolls In This ‘Lingerie Bar’

    If your date’s cancelled and your mates are busy, you have two options: abandon the evening all together or head out on your own. 

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  • It's time to test everyone in Canada for HIV/AIDS, says Dr. Julio Montaner

    The best way to eliminate HIV and AIDS in Canada is to test everyone for the virus, regardless of whether they are at risk or not, according to one of the world's leading experts on the disease. Dr. Julio Montaner, the director of British Columbia's Centre for Excellence in HIV and AIDS, says that in B.C. alone, 2,000 of the 15,000 people with HIV/AIDS don't even know they're infected and so are more likely to spread the virus. It's estimated one in six people have an advanced form of HIV by the time they're diagnosed, and that more than half of new infections are transmitted by people who don't know they have HIV.

  • Adele Lied to Jimmy Fallon in a Valentino Dress (12 photos)

    When Karl Lagerfeld, the reigning King of Fashion, fat shames you, there’s no better revenge than to step out in some gorgeous outfits. For Adele, who became the target of the Kaiser’s out-of-touch body opinions a few years back, she proved that even people who are “a little roundish” can drop mics both literally in regards to music and figuratively in the sartorial sense. And looking great — and doing even greater things — is like one large metaphorical f** you (to him, all her exes, and anyone else that’s ever doubted her).  The singer, with her album set to debut on November 20 after a three year hiatus (she settled down, had a baby, and spent time gathering source material) has been doing just that, with fashion-forward music videos any designer would give up green juice forever to be a part of, public appearances in sparkly gowns Kate Middleton might eventually wear, and street-chic ensembles that style bloggers will emulate with step-by-step shopping details. From multiple Jenny Packham gowns to statement coats (including one inspired by Mr. Snuffleupagus), the hits don’t stop for Adele at ballads.   Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

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  • Black Friday or Boxing Day? Where Canadians can get the best deals

    About 1.2 million Canadians will book off sick from work to shop on Black Friday, but a new study suggests they’ll get slightly better deals if they can wait until Boxing Day. Colliers International, in a first of its kind look at the so-called deals on these major retail holidays, studied 44 products on flyers for nine national Canadian chain retailers in 2014 and compared prices between the two big shopping days. The company found better prices on Boxing Day for 36 per cent of the products, while Black Friday offered a steeper discount for only 16 per cent of products. “Black Friday sale prices, on both sides of the border, are often touted as the lowest prices of year,” Colliers says in its report, released Monday.

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  • Six Newborn Puppies Found Dumped In A Box And Left To Die

    The week-old pups were found by a walker in Robroyston Park, Glasgow, who contacted animal rescue officers. Animal Rescue Officer Amy Robb said leaving the animals alone in the freezing cold was a “cruel act”.

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  • Video: Canadian whisky named world's best

    The Vancouver Biennale has WOW-ed New Westminster with a new public artwork. Called WOW Westminster, the dramatic installation was installed Monday. It’s made out of four shipping containers that appear to defy gravity as they balance on end and point up to the sky. They have been assembled in two V’s to form a W.

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  • NHL chief operating officer John Collins leaving for another opportunity

    John Collins, the executive at the forefront of major NHL initiatives over much of the past decade, is leaving the league to pursue another business opportunity. Collins had worked at the NHL since 2006 and served as chief operating officer since 2008. "John leaves a lasting mark," commissioner Gary Bettman said in a statement released by the league Tuesday evening.

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  • Female teen dead after hit-and-run in Peel region

    Sun, Nov 22: A pickup truck fled the scene after hitting an 18-year old female pedestrian. A 26-year old male turned himself into police a short time later. Ashley Carter reports.

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  • Skateboarder still in critical condition after failed stunt

    An 18-year-old Windsor man remains in hospital after a failed stunt in which he tried to latch onto the back of a city transit bus while riding a skateboard last Friday afternoon. The man grabbed hold of a Transit Windsor bus along a southbound stretch of Walker Road near Grand Marais Road, but he suffered serious injuries when he fell off, according to Windsor police. The incident appears to be part of a popular stunt filmed by daredevils all around the world.

  • SUNshineGirl | Toronto Sun

    SUNshine Girl Hayley is a health nut who keeps in shape by playing rugby and working out. As much as she loves the rough and tumble of the pitch, the 5-foot-2, blue-eyed Aquarius would love the rough and tumble of a courtroom just as much. For Hayley has her sights set on becoming a lawyer. (Dave Thomas/Postmedia Network)

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  • Brett Wilson: Throwing down the gauntlet

    As everyone is acutely aware, Calgary has experienced some significant challenges over the last 18 months. Oil prices have yet to rebound — driving a steady stream of layoffs felt across the city. Most businesses are feeling the effects of the downturn, making for an unusually low level of optimism across sectors. On top of that, we’ve had major political upheavals on not one, but two fronts — the likes of which we haven’t seen in decades. I would not be overstating to say that these economic and political changes have more than a few people deeply concerned about our city, our province and our country. Despite these major shifts, there are a few things about Calgary that haven’t changed. We’re

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