A Toronto family is demanding compensation after their dream cruise vacation ended abruptly on a Florida pier. Eli Penner and his father Ofer won the Caribbean cruise, which departed from Port Canaveral on Sept. 19. But when they tried to board they were denied access to the ship, and eventually escorted out of the terminal by a sheriff's deputy. The only reason they were given, the Penners say, is that they are Canadian citizens and were therefore not eligible for this cruise — even though they
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A man in Alberta, Canada, rescued a wailing moose calf caught in a wire fence as coyotes were circling.Video filmed by Kyle Spratt show the moose with its leg stuck. A man can be seen approaching the fence to free it. Once parts of the fence have been cut, the calf rushes off.“I noticed a few coyotes circling the area where the moose was caught up so I knew that it was only a matter of time before they had breakfast,” Spratt told Storyful.Spratt said he called a local farmer who came to help fre
WARNING: This story contains details some readers may find distressing. Former prime minister Jean Chrétien said Sunday that during his tenure as minister of what was then Indian Affairs, he never heard anything about abuse happening in residential schools. Chrétien made the comments during an appearance on the popular Radio-Canada talk show, Tout le Monde en Parle. "This problem was never mentioned when I was minister. Never," said Chrétien, now 87, of his time in the department from 1968 to 19
The Young and the Restless Star Courtney Hope and General Hospital's Chad Duell Are Married: 'Till Death'
The soap stars got married on Saturday in a gorgeous, gothic, outdoor wedding in Malibu