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  • STOCKS GET SLAMMED, DOLLAR SURGES: Here's what you need to know

    The dollar surged to an eight-year high against the Japanese Yen, and crude oil fell at the start of the four-day week. "We believe that should West Texas Intermediate crude oil prices remain near $60/bbl, US producers will ramp up activity given improved returns with costs down by at least 20%," the Goldman analysts wrote in a note published Friday.

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  • Bryan Murray, Ottawa Senators GM, plans to leave post after next season

    Bryan Murray expects next season to be his last as general manager of the Ottawa Senators, he told the CBC's Hallie Cotnam during a one-on-one interview. Murray took a short break from planning for June's NHL draft to talk about his health and future as he continues chemotherapy treatment for Stage 4 colon cancer. "I'm not as energized as I once was, but age has a little to do with that as well as the sickness," said Murray, who publicly announced his battle last November.

    CBC
  • Bates Family 'Praying' For Duggars

    The Bates family (left), The Duggar family (right) (Getty/TLC) Following the molestation allegations against Josh Duggar, and advertisers pulling out of TLC's "19 Kids and Counting," the Bates Family are praying for their friends, the Duggar family.

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  • Parents of Luka Gordic, 19-year old killed in Whister, push for tougher laws

    Luka Gordic's parents say they're living a nightmare in the loss of their youngest son — a "beautiful kid" with an "army of friends" who was stabbed in the heart in Whistler, B.C., 10 days ago. "This could have been anybody's child," said his tearful mother, Clara Gordic. "Hopefully we are going to be able to do something so that no parents again cry like we do," said his father, Mitch Gordic.

    CBC
  • Driver reaches 248 km/h, not fast enough to elude Leduc RCMP

    Despite the extreme speed, the officer was able to pull the car over and charge the driver, a 44 year old man from Spruce Grove, with dangerous driving. It was the second time in two weeks that Leduc RCMP charged a driver for extreme speeding.

    CBC
  • U2's longtime tour manager found dead after band kicks off Los Angeles-area stint

    Dennis Sheehan, U2's longtime tour manager, has died at a Southern California hotel, a day after the band kicked off a five-night stint in the Los Angeles area. U2 frontman Bono posted a statement Wednesday on the band's website about Sheehan's death. Los Angeles County Fire Inspector Chris Reade said first responders were called around 5:30 a.m. to reports of a man in cardiac arrest.

    The Canadian Press
  • Russian waitress fights off customer after he gropes her

    The whole thing was caught on CCTV!

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  • State of Alberta finances 'behind the curtain' unexpected: Notley

    Premier Rachel Notley says she and her cabinet have been surprised by the state of Alberta's finances in the first few days since the NDP took over from Jim Prentice and the Progressive Conservatives. The premier has said there will be an interim budget in the coming weeks to keep the province functioning while the government works to have a full budget ready by the fall.

    The Canadian Press
  • Girl, 15, beaten in Winnipeg remains in hospital 2 months after attack

    A 15-year-old girl who was badly beaten and sexually assaulted in Winnipeg is still recovering in hospital, and can't communicate, sit up or move around. Neither the girl nor her mother can be identified because the teen was at the time of the attack, and still is, in the care of Child and Family Services (CFS). Weeks later, the girl was taken off life support in a Winnipeg hospital.

    CBC
  • ‘He broke the rod!’ Florida fisherman catches 552-pound giant goliath grouper

    Joe Black, a tackle shop owner from Cape Coral, Florida, recently caught the largest fish every from a kayak in Sanibel: a 552-pound giant goliath grouper. “He broke the rod!” Black yelled, both shocked and excited by the massive catch.

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  • Russian President Vladimir Putin accuses United States of meddling in FIFA's affairs

    Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the United States of meddling in FIFA's affairs and hinted that it was part of an attempt to take the 2018 World Cup away from his country. Putin said in televised comments Thursday that he found it "odd" that the probe was launched at the request of U.S. officials for crimes which do not involve its citizens and did not happen in the United States. Corruption charges in the U.S. were announced Wednesday against 14 people, with at least two of them holding American citizenship, and linking them to banks in the United States.

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  • Teens terrorizing themselves with #CharlieCharlieChallenge and filming the results

    Move over Ouija boards and “Bloody Mary.” There’s a new creepy game in town, and it involves a sombrero-wearing demon named Charlie. Teens everywhere are convinced they’ve been able to summon a Mexican demon named Charlie through a new Ouija board-inspired game called the Charlie Charlie Challenge.

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  • 'Tanks don’t need visas,' Russian deputy PM jokes before surprise military excercise

    Russia and NATO have begun rival military exercises in the latest sign of rising tensions in eastern and central Europe. The exercises, launched on Monday and involving aviation and air defence forces in Russia’s central military district, began on the same day NATO started long-planned exercises in the Arctic.

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  • Prosecutor dropping sex assault charges against women arrested in Hawaii massage parlour sting

    Honolulu's top prosecutor is dismissing cases against 16 women arrested in a massage parlour prostitution sting after the sex assault charges they faced drew criticism. The women were arrested this month during an operation involving Honolulu police and federal authorities. "Although the conduct might have constituted a technical violation of the law, proof beyond a reasonable doubt could not be established," Prosecuting Attorney Keith Kaneshiro said in a statement Wednesday.

    The Canadian Press
  • Keep, Don't Kill: 9 Weeds to Welcome (10 photos)

    One man's weed is another man's best friend. That's certainly true for many of the weeds that are found in backyards around the country. While some gardeners labor to rid their patches of earth of any stray stem or sprout, they might do well to live and

    Bob Vila
  • Hydro utility sold equipment acquired for $79 million as scrap metal for $75,000

    Quebec's hydro utility was criticized Wednesday for selling new and unused nuclear power equipment acquired in 2011 for $79 million as scrap metal for a paltry $75,000. The 2015-16 report of Quebec Auditor General Guylaine Leclerc stated Hydro-Quebec performed a "weak assessment" of the value of the equipment for the reactor's turbine and did not issue a formal call for tenders. "Hydro-Quebec issued a restricted call for tenders to sell the equipment on the metal recycling market based on a weak assessment of the market value of the assets," Leclerc said in a statement released Wednesday.

    The Canadian Press
  • 12 players pull out of Byron Nelson for myriad reasons

    Almost 10 percent of the original field for this week's AT&T Byron Nelson Championship has withdrawn ahead of the Thursday opener. Ian Poulter withdrew on Wednesday morning, citing on Twitter a "strain" he suffered in a gym workout. This was to be Poulter's final PGA Tour event of that season that wasn't a major, World Golf Championships or FedEx Cup playoffs event.

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  • Students wear tank tops, muscle shirts in support of Laura Anderson

    About 100 male and female students at A.B. Lucas Secondary School, in London, Ont. stood together in support of Laura Anderson by demonstrating in tank tops and muscle shirts Wednesday.   "I made sure the protest stayed beyond the gates of the school

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  • Businesses quietly turn to the dollar in fiercely anti-American Venezuela as currency crashes

    It's still possible to buy a gleaming Ford truck in Venezuela, rent a chic apartment in Caracas, and snag an American Airlines flight to Miami. As the South American nation spirals into economic chaos, an increasing number of products are not only figuratively out of the reach of average consumers, but literally cannot be purchased in Venezuelan bolivars, which fell into a tailspin on the black market last week. Businesses and individuals are turning to dollars even as the anti-American rhetoric of the socialist administration grows more strident.

    The Canadian Press
  • Canadiens prospect Gregoire gives up award to help runner-up Talbot-Tassi

    When Jeremy Gregoire won the Guy Lafleur Award of Excellence –a $6,000 bursary to put towards his education – he didn’t think twice about what he was going to do with it. The captain of the Baie-Comeau Drakkar had won the same award in 2014 and after signing a three-year entry level contract with the Montreal Canadiens in January, he decided to help someone else. “I was lucky enough to win two times in a row,” said Gregoire, who earned his CEGEP diploma with an 87 per cent average.

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