Everyone attacks Trudeau as campaign's final week begins

Harper warns a Liberal government will hike taxes, while Mulcair says the NDP is the only credible choice to beat the Tories.

  • Paramedic Rushes To Crash Scene In Her Wedding Dress Minutes After Getting Married

    A new bride who just happened to be a paramedic rushed to a crash scene in her wedding dress - just minutes after she got married. Sarah Ray had just got married in Clarksville, Tennessee, when she got a call telling her that her grandparents and father had just been in a car crash. Without hesitation, Sarah made her way to the scene of the crash to make sure everyone was OK - and her proud mum, Marcy Martin, captured the site of her daughter in her wedding gown at the side of the road.

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  • Land Rover is coming out with a new drop-top SUV

    Land Rover is working on a convertible version of one of its most popular SUVs. The Range Rover Evoque Convertible — loosely disguised in the pictures here — will debut at the Los Angeles International Auto Show next month. Here's how you're probably used to seeing the Evoque: It's the first time in nearly 70 years that Land Rover has introduced a new roof-less SUV to the lineup. Of course, lacking a roof tends to have an adverse effect on a vehicle's rigidity, and that could mean the difference between an SUV that handles well and one that ends up being a huge disappointment. But, remaining true to Land Rover's legacy as the premier all-terrain automaker, the company says it engineered the Evoque

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  • Woman Shames Thousands Of Men Who Sent Her Violently Graphic Messages By Posting Them On Instagram

    A woman who has suffered years of abuse from men who sent her violent and graphic messages has decided to turn the tables - by posting the messages on her Instagram page.

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  • This Teacher Stripped in Front of Her Students, but It's Not What You Think

    Teachers will do just about anything to get their students' attention these days. As as result of growing up in the smartphone era, Gen Z-ers only have eight-second attention spans, so sometimes teacher (and parents) have to go to extremes. Debby Heerkens, a seventh-grade biology teacher at the Groene Hart Rijnwoude school in the Netherlands, did just that when she began a lesson about how our bodies work. To the shock of her students, she stood up on her desk and stripped off her clothes, revealing a full Spandex bodysuit that accurately illustrated every muscle and organ in the body. She then stripped again, revealing another full Spandex bodysuit that outlined where all of our bones are located.

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  • MLB commish Rob Manfred: Blue Jays are getting fair treatment in post-season

    Rob Manfred doesn't think the Toronto Blue Jays are getting any unfair treatment in the post-season. The Major League Baseball commissioner spoke with media on Friday ahead of Game 2 of the American League Division Series between the Blue Jays and Texas Rangers in Toronto. "We scheduled the games taking in to account a variety of factors," said Manfred on the field at Rogers Centre.

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  • Real Life Rapunzel Hasn’t Cut Her Hair For 35 YEARS

    Going to the hairdressers can sometimes be a chore but one woman doesn’t bother to get her hair cut at all - in fact, she hasn’t bothered in 35 YEARS. Gu Meiying, 59, has been growing her hair since she was 24-years-old and it has now grown to a staggering 2.52 metres in length.

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  • 6 Simple Ways To Prevent Snoring While You Sleep (6 photos)

    Sleep is a very intimate experience, and when you love someone, you want to sleep next to them every night in order to strengthen your special bond. But when one person in the relationship snores, well, things can go sour fast. Before you know it, you’re tossing, turning, and sleeping in some very strange positions — which, as we know from this study on sleep positions with partners, can reveal quite a lot about the relationship. “Marital complaints about snoring are common, and they can have significant implications for each member of the couple as well as for their relationship as a whole,” writes Guy Winch Ph.D. inPsychology Today. He notes that disrupted sleep can also “hamper our moods and lead to irritability, anxiety, and even depression. As for our relationships, snoring often fosters deep resentments between partners that can erode their feelings for one another and damage their couplehood and their sex lives.” Thankfully, if you have this particular problem in your relationship, there are a few things you and your partner can do to try and fix the problem — and we’re not just talking ear plugs, either. After scrolling through these solutions, be sure to let us know in the comments below if you’ve ever snoozed with a snorer! By Elyse Wanshel, writer at More Stories From Make A Quick And Affordable Bed Bumper Using A Foam Roller Transform Your Outdoor Experience With These Incredible Camping Hammocks New Breathable Mattress Prevents SIDS During Sleep

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  • Dead Man Wakes Up In Morgue Moments Before His Own Autopsy

    The man had been declared dead by a doctor after he was found at a bus station in Mumbai, India, and was taken to a nearby hospital. Lokmanya Tilak General Hospital’s Chief Medical Officer Dr Rohan Rohekar is reported to have earlier told staff to take the body directly to the morgue - which is against hospital policy. Senior Police Inspector Yeshudas Gorde said: “It is a serious case of negligence by the doctor.

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  • Mike Commodore rips Mike Babcock in angry Twitter rant

    Though Commodore’s language was scathing he apparently drew the line when comparing Babcock to Adolf Hitler.

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  • Lynch Mob ‘Burns Mayor To Death After Thinking He’d Ordered Hit On Political Rival’

    Basilio Juracán Leja was dragged out of his home in Concepción, Sololá, on Sunday, and beaten to within an inch of his life. Investigators believe that the attack stemmed from an earlier attack on rival candidate Lorenzo Sequec Juracán. Sequec Juracán was shot at as he was travelling in a van with around 10 family members on Sunday morning, according to the EFE news agency.

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  • Quaid arrested while trying to cross American border

    Sun, Aug 23: Police in Vermont say they have arrested Actor Randy Quaid and his wife after they tried to cross the border into the United States from Canada.

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  • Shia Breaks Silence After Arrest

    Shia LaBeouf has broken his silence following his arrest in Austin, TX on Friday.

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  • Here's What Giving Birth Looks Like — In Two Very Different Worlds

    Around 800 women die of complications related to pregnancy and childbirth each day, the World Health Organization estimates. Although the overall maternal mortality rate has dropped nearly 50% since 1990, the miracle of life still comes with serious risk in some corners of the globe. Tanzania is one of those countries. The East African nation reports startlingly high rates of women dying during childbirth. Nearly one-fifth of all deaths among women ages 15 to 49 in Tanzania are related to pregnancy and labor, the WHO estimates. The country's maternal mortality rate of 578 deaths per 100,000 live childbirths is more than two times the global average. In Sweden, home of what's been rated one of

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  • Navy SEAL reveals 10 steps to survive a mass shooting

    What the hell is wrong with us? Seriously, what is happening to the fabric of our society? How do we explain the fact that a small fraction of a certain subset of our society—young, often socially isolated males—now find it to be a valid course of action to use a weapon to murder as many people as possible before turning the gun on themselves or perishing in a hail of police bullets? I have no idea. I have no answers. I do not think “the availability of guns” is the answer, for one, though certainly it is one part of the possible solution. I do not think that the media’s tendency, at least in the past, to pore over and report on the various personality traits and manifestos of past shooters,

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  • Student charged over his mac and cheese meltdown in food court apologizes, says he's ashamed

    A University of Connecticut student who went on an obscenity-laced tirade against food service workers when they refused to sell him jalapeno-bacon macaroni and cheese has apologized. Luke Gatti acknowledged in a 2 1/2-minute video posted online that he was drunk and said he was ashamed of his behaviour. Gatti, a 19-year-old freshman from Bayville, New York, was due in court Tuesday on charges of breach of peace and criminal trespass stemming from his Oct. 4 outburst at the university's student union food court in Storrs, where the university is based.

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  • 7 Millionaire Myths - Video | Investopedia

    Being a millionaire may not be all it’s cracked up to be. Now, we realize there are worse problems to have. But being a millionaire doesn’t always fit the preconceived notions of many people. Here are seven millionaire myths and realities that reveal they don’t quite have it all. Number 1. Millionaires don’t pay their taxes. That’s not true. The top 1% of earners pays 40% of the taxes in the United States. Number 2. Millionaires inherited their money. Only 20% of millionaires inherited their fortune. Most worked for it. Number 3. Millionaires feel rich. Millionaires worry about retirement, their kids’ college funds and their mortgages. Their concerns are very similar to everyone else’s. And those

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  • Chinese Cabin Crew Forced To Lie In Overhead Lockers In Bizarre Bullying Ritual

    A Chinese airline has promised to clamp down on bullying among cabin crew after pictures of a female flight attendant lying in an overhead luggage compartment were published online. The images show the crew member from Kunming Airlines squeezed into an overhead locker in the bizarre initiation ritual. The stewardess is smiling in the images, but in several pictures has her hands over her face.

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  • Teresa's Prison Shake Down

    Straight out of an episode of "Orange is the New Black," Teresa Giudice revealed that she was suspected of hiding a cell phone while in prison. Following the thank you Tweet, guards at the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury, Connecticut, suspected that Teresa was in possession of a phone and was physically searched by guards. On Sunday's special, Teresa's family revealed that she has taken a job in the prison's kitchen and is also leading workout classes for the inmates.

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  • There Is An Actual Scientific Way To Cut Cake - And You’ve Been Doing It Wrong

    Everyone pretty much cuts the cake in the same way - but you’ve been doing it wrong for your entire life.

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  • Sibling separation: Stephenville quadruplets get ready for graduation

    On December 30, 1998, O'Quinn and her husband Glenn welcomed two girls, Shelby and Amber, along with two boys, Cody and Patrick, into the world. When the school bell rings at Stephenville High School it's not hard to find at least one of the quadruplets in the hallways. "Well, everyone knows us for being the quadruplets.