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  • Image Of Embracing Couple Goes Viral As Everyone Asks: What’s Going On With Their Legs?

    The internet loves a good optical illusion - remember the blue and gold dress? 

    Yahoo News
  • 'Everything that was going on was consensual': No charges after bizarre incident triggers police standoff

    Constable Brian Montague says the incident began shortly after noon Friday, May 20, when a would-be customer tried to enter the Wind Mobile store at Robson and Hamilton but found the door locked. When police arrived, Montague says the individuals inside were "uncooperative ... and didn't want to open the door and talk to officers". "The strange set of circumstances, the suspicious nature of the circumstances and what our officers were seeing triggered a pretty large police response," he said.

  • Woman Walks Naked Through Town After Emerging From Tanning Salon

    The woman was captured on camera emerging from a tanning salon in Newquay, Cornwall, after a bronzing session, wearing nothing and carrying only a towel. Amy Martin, who snapped a picture of the woman, spotted her outside her workplace at Burger King. Ms Martin later spoke to the owner of a nearby tanning salon who said the woman had been a customer.

    Yahoo News
  • British Jihadi Widow Posts Terror Threats To UK On Twitter

    The British widow of an ISIS jihadi has posted a series of threats to the UK on Twitter.

    Yahoo News
  • Gold medal gymnast throws out first pitch with unique style

    Yang Qianmei danced her way through windup before throwing first pitch at Taiwanese professional game

    Big League Stew
  • Did an artist foretell the iPhone 350 years ago? Apple’s CEO seems to think so

    In his presentation at Startup Fest, Cook mentioned he had recently visited the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. From his perspective, Cook says he noticed the man, apparently, holding something flat, rectangular and big enough to fit in a person’s palm. From a distance, Cook says, the item could certainly pass as an iPhone.

    The Daily Buzz
  • Welsh Sheep Go On ‘Psychotic Rampage’ After Eating Cannabis Plants

    A group of sheep who accidentally ate some cannabis plants reportedly went on a “psychotic rampage” through a quiet a village in Wales. The animals came across the plants in Rhydypandy in the Swansea valley when they were dumped there after being used at an illegal cannabis factory. County councillor Ioan Richard said: “There is a flock of sheep roaming the village causing a nuisance.

    Yahoo News
  • 9 facts you may not have known about dandelions

    Dandelions are sprouting up all around Manitoba while city officials and homeowners try to find ways to deal with the yellow blooms.

  • Canadian shoppers feel duped by U.S. mall's at-par promotion

    Several Canadian shoppers are crying foul, saying a U.S. mall misled them when it offered "at par" sales this past long weekend. Some of the cross-border shoppers did not like what they saw and took to social media to vent. The mall's social media team responded to some upset shoppers, adding it apologized for the confusion.

  • Twenty One Pilots concert rocked TD Place like 'earthquake,' engineer found

    The weight of 9,000 Twenty One Pilots fans bouncing to the beat at Ottawa's TD Place arena caused more damage to the building than previously reported — damage deemed similar to the impact of a low-magnitude earthquake, CBC News has learned. Excessive vibration in the stands mimicked seismic waves, collapsing the ceiling in several areas of the GoodLife Fitness directly below the arena, according to an engineer's report obtained by CBC News through an access to information request. ​As soon as the damage was discovered, the city issued an order to fix an "unsafe building." GoodLife was forced to close for two days while a structural engineer hired by the city investigated.

  • Bank of Montreal to axe 4 percent of workforce, warns on loans

    By Matt Scuffham and Marcy Nicholson TORONTO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bank of Montreal will shed around 4 percent of its 46,000 workforce as part of a drive to cut costs, staff were told in a memo on Wednesday after the lender reported a decline in quarterly profit. Chief Executive Bill Downe said the move, which will see around 1,850 jobs go, was a response to changing customer behavior and the advent of new digital technologies. "We have taken this step to position the bank for what lies ahead - and to account for the structural changes underway in the financial services industry," Downe said in the memo seen by Reuters.

  • Phillies steal home by using the oldest trick in the book

    The Phillies stole home by catching the Tigers with one of baseball's oldest tricks.

    Big League Stew
  • Philippines' Duterte apologizes to Trudeau over beheading

    The Philippines' presumptive president-elect said Thursday he apologized to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over the beheading by Muslim militants of a Canadian hostage in the southern province of Sulu. Mayor Rodrigo Duterte of southern Davao city told reporters he apologized for last month's beheading of hostage John Ridsdel when Trudeau called Tuesday to congratulate him for his election victory. "I said 'Mr. Prime Minister, please accept my apologies for the incident,'" Duterte told reporters in Davao.

    The Canadian Press
  • Radita murder trial: teen suffered for months leading to death, diabetes expert testifies

    Alex Radita — who was extremely emaciated when died — was suffering for months leading up to his death, according to a paediatric diabetes expert who testified at the first-degree murder trial for Alex's parents, Emil and Rodica Radita. Dr. Daniele Pacaud, a University of Calgary professor who works at the Alberta Children's Hospital, said that Alex's height and weight put him in less than the first percentile of children according to data used by the World Health Organization. Emile, 59, and Rodica, 53, had their son seized by B.C. social services in 2004 after he nearly died because they refused to treat his diabetes — the same allegations they now face in relation to his death, according to Crown prosecutor Susan Pepper.

  • 10 TV Shows Where The Cast Hated Each Other (10 photos)

    Things might have looked rosy on-screen, but there is a raft of famous TV shows which were a bit more tense once the cameras were packed up… Image credits: Getty/Yahoo File/WENN/PA

    Ben Arnold
  • How often do newly married couples have sex?

    Tue, May 24: Jessica O’Reilly explains why some newly married couples have sex more often than others.

    Global News
  • Microsoft Faces Criticism After Sneaky Windows Upgrade ‘Trick’

    Microsoft said: “With the free Windows 10 upgrade offer ending on 29 July, we want to help people upgrade to the best version of Windows. "As we shared in October, Windows 10 will be offered as a ‘recommended’ update for Windows 7 and 8.1 customers whose Windows Update settings are configured to accept 'recommended’ updates.

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  • Who doesn't have a power bill anymore? This guy

    Vince Sharpe has finally reached his goal — he's no longer paying for power. Sharpe, who lives in Inuvik, Northwest Territories, paid $33,000 last September to have 42 solar panels installed on his roof. Sharpe's solar array wasn't producing any power during Inuvik's dark days of winter — 200 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, the community doesn't see the sun for several months of the year — but in February he blew the snow off the panels and they started generating electricity.

  • Kelowna bus drivers demand new safety measures after 'absolutely awful' day of violence

    Lovell says he's "completely shocked" after the events of Friday, May 20 where one bus driver was punched repeatedly for disallowing a bike on board, another pepper-sprayed and two others verbally assaulted. Lovell and his union are calling for more protection, saying they want some sort of bus shield and a dedicated transit police force.

  • Canadians shamed for disrespecting iconic American landmarks

    Arrest warrants have now been issued on misdemeanour charges of violating park rules after three of the men — Justis Cooper Price-Brown, Charles Ryker Gamble and Alexey Andriyovych Lyakh — allegedly walked off the boardwalk in Yellowstone's Old Faithful District to get next to the Grand Prismatic Spring. As a result, they're now being investigated for allegedly water-skiing behind their bus on the beloved Bonneville Salt Flats. "I can't remember in the many, many, many years I've been doing this any case that has brought this much attention," says John Powell, a spokesman for the U.S. States Attorney's office in the district of Wyoming.