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VIDEO: Sleepy horse refuses to get up for work

We’ve all been there, but not many have had the determination of this tired horse, who point blank refuses to get out of bed for his owner!

  • Kate goes casual chic in high street ensemble on rainforest visit

    The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, proved a master of casual chic yet again as she and Prince William arrived at the Great Bear Rainforest in Bella Bella, Canada. Kate wowed in the tailored cream jacket from Holland and Holland, which she paired with black skinny jeans from one of her favourite high street shops, Zara, and a pair of brown knee-high boots. Under her sweater she wore a Topshop blouse, which sold out almost instantly! When it came to her jewellery, she chose to champion a Canadian designer, opting for sparkling earrings from Pippa Small.

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  • Diplomat's teen son, snared in Miami double murder, deported back to Canada

    A teenager caught up in a double shooting in Florida that left his older brother dead has been quietly deported to Canada following a remarkable standoff between U.S. federal authorities and the state judge who sentenced him, The Canadian Press has learned. American immigration agents escorted Marc Wabafiyebazu from Miami to Montreal earlier this month where he was reunited with his mother, Roxanne Dube. It's done," Dube, a senior diplomat, said in an interview from Ottawa.

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  • Man spends 43 YEARS in a wheelchair after receiving the wrong diagnosis

    A man who spent the past 43 years confined to a wheelchair has had to learn how to walk again after discovering he was misdiagnosed as a teenager. Rufino Borrego was told he had incurable muscular dystrophy when he was 13 years old and has used a wheelchair to get around ever since. The rare disease can actually be treated simply by taking asthma medication and just a year after his new diagnosis, Borrego was able to walk for the first time to his local cafe.

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  • BlackBerry CEO says turnaround two-thirds complete

    By Alastair Sharp TORONTO (Reuters) - BlackBerry Ltd Chief Executive John Chen said on Monday he was two-thirds of the way toward achieving his goal of turning the Canadian technology company's fortunes around. "We have made investment over a billion-plus, all in software, all in security, and now we need to execute it," Chen said at an event in Toronto two days before the company will report its second-quarter earnings. Waterloo, Ontario-based BlackBerry, a once-dominant smartphone maker, has shifted its focus to software that companies and governments use to manage their mobile devices.

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  • Mum bakes student daughter a ‘sorry we thought you did meth’ cake after school drugs test blunder

    A red-faced mum was so mortified about believing her daughter was a drug addict that she baked her a very special cake to apologise.

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  • Think you're eating real wasabi with your sushi? Chances are you're getting rolled

    Most sushi fans love wasabi with their rolls, but they may not realize they're probably not consuming real wasabi at all. On The Coast food columnist Gail Johnson says genuine wasabi is, in fact, a rarity. "I hate to say it, but chances are most people have never tasted real wasabi," she told On The Coast host Stephen Quinn.

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  • 11 Images That Only True Introverts Will Relate To

    If you can't deal with crowds, prefer time with your pet over time with actual people, and find peace in the quiet of a familiar space (alone), then you might be an introvert. Introverts are deep-thinking do-gooders who gain energy and inspiration from themselves rather than from other people. Introverts are seriously amazing, but certain aspects of the personality type can lead to some kind of . . . awkward situations. An awesome artist and self-proclaimed extreme introvert put these situations into comics that will be SO real to introverts who live them daily. We're cringing/relating on all sorts of levels.

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  • Canada's Rogers expects losses in shutdown of streaming service

    TORONTO (Reuters) - Rogers Communications Inc will incur third-quarter losses of between C$100 million ($75.60 million) to C$140 million as its joint-venture Shomi video streaming service is shut down, the Canadian company said on Monday. Rogers said in a statement that Shomi, a venture whose plans it announced in August 2014 with fellow Canadian company Shaw Communications Inc, will wind down as of Nov. 30. Shaw, which sold its media assets to sister company Corus Entertainment Inc for C$2.65 billion earlier this year, declined to comment. ...

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  • Male skier killed in 'Death Trap' avalanche near Lake Louise

    A male skier was killed Sunday morning by an avalanche in an area near Lake Louise commonly known as "The Death Trap," Parks Canada said Monday. The avalanche occurred as the two men were heading down, trapping one of them, a Parks Canada spokesperson told CBC News. "We suspect that the first skier triggered a slab avalanche that we class as a size one.

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  • Domino’s Pizza customer gets the best reward for handing in cash found in her delivery

    A woman who found a LOT of money in her Domino’s delivery has been rewarded with free pizza for a YEAR for handing it in. Selena Avalos was feeling peckish and ordered a box of chicken wings from a branch of the fast food giant in San Jose, California. Selena decided to do the honest thing and inform Domino’s of the little mix up and a driver rushed round to pick up the cash, which turned out to be the restaurant’s bank deposit.

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  • Report: Zookeeper screamed for help before tiger attack

    A zookeeper screamed for help into her radio before she was fatally attacked by a Malayan tiger, but the 350-pound animal crushed her neck before her co-workers could reach her, an autopsy report released Friday showed. The Palm Beach County medical examiner determined that Stacey Konwiser, 38, died of a fractured spine, a lacerated jugular and other neck injuries suffered when she was attacked on April 15 by the tiger named Hati.

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  • Too much talking, cellphone use, during federal 'lockdown' exercise, report says

    A "lockdown" exercise designed to test whether federal workers know what to do if a gunman ever stormed their Ottawa office building was marred by too much talking, too many ringing cellphones and too many hiding spots that were too visible. "Employees at all levels were heard talking while they were hiding," says an internal report on the March 30, 2016, exercise. The fake "lockdown" was conducted this spring just a few blocks from Parliament Hill, where a real gunman had stormed the Centre Block and started shooting on Oct. 22, 2014.

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  • Duchess of Cambridge stuns in Canadian flag-inspired dress (21 photos)

    They’re here! On Saturday, Sept. 24, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, alongside with Prince George and Princess Charlotte, arrived in Victoria, B.C. for an 8-day trip of Canada.  ALSO SEE: Prince William and his wife Kate focus on social causes during West Coast visit This is the royal couple’s first trip to Canada since 2011, and the young children’s first trip to the country.  Click through the gallery above to see photos from the tour, and let us know what you think about the royals’ visit to Canada by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.

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  • Brangelina Update

    US Weekly reports that Brad Pitt's alleged abusive incident on a plane that sparked Angelina Jolie's divorce filing is caught on tape. ET Canada has the latest.

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  • Fire crews used box-cutters to free man severely burned in tar spill

    Armed with grinding wheels and box cutters, fire crews painstakingly worked to cut away at quickly hardening tar that severely burned and enveloped a man after spilling from a five-tonne truck in Toronto on Monday morning. "We train for everything … but this this is something we've not seen to this extent before," Toronto Fire Services platoon chief Dave Denysek told CBC News. The tar overflowed, covering a 46-year-old worker, who had been at the back of the truck.

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  • Reprieve for ill woman facing deportation who didn't know she wasn't Canadian

    Gravely ill and shackled to a hospital bed, a woman facing deportation to England won a brief reprieve Friday after her lawyer and doctor argued she was too sick to travel and should be allowed to recover in Canada. Fliss Cramman, 33, moved to Ontario when she was eight years old and only became aware she was not a citizen after a recent drug conviction.

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  • Actor Richard Hong killed at Stroumboulopoulos's Los Angeles home, police say

    Actor Richard Hong has been identified as the man found dead early Friday at the Los Angeles home rented by television personality George Stroumboulopoulos. Police said Hong was a 41-year-old Canadian who lived in Los Angeles. Stroumboulopoulos, the former "Hockey Night in Canada" host, said in a prepared statement that he's "heartbroken" after a "dear friend" was found dead.

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  • Firefighters and paramedics free injured worker from hot tar truck in Toronto

    A worker covered in hot tar suffered serious burns following an industrial accident in the Toronto area of Logan Avenue and Danforth Avenue, police say. 

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  • 'It's difficult for us': Syrian family adjusts to life in Victoria

    Six months ago, Mostafa Ismail was living in Turkey after fleeing Syria's violent civil war, which had spread to his hometown Idlib and claimed the life of his father. Ismail, 29, now lives in Victoria with his family, after they became sponsored refugees by Canadian government. "We are happy here — but I have other brothers and sisters in Turkey, and they are far away," he said.

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  • Here are 5 things a Canadian food safety expert would never eat

    Raw oysters, steak tartare and runny eggs — those are just some of the foods Dr. Rick Holley, a veteran food safety expert, won’t touch.

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