VIDEO: Panicked kid is terrorized by seagulls

This little boy thought he wanted to feed the seagulls at the beach, but he quickly found out just why that was such a terrible idea.

  • Huge, once-hated fish now seen as weapon against Asian carp

    It's a toothy giant that can grow longer than a horse and heavier than a refrigerator, a fearsome-looking prehistoric fish that plied U.S. waters from the Gulf of Mexico to Illinois until it disappeared from many states a half-century ago. Persecuted by anglers and deprived of places to spawn, the alligator gar — with a head that resembles an alligator and two rows of needlelike teeth — survived primarily in southern states in the tributaries of Mississippi River and Gulf of Mexico after being declared extinct in several states farther north. To many, it was a freak, a "trash fish" that threatened sportfish, something to be exterminated.

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    As a young reporter, in the days when coal mining was still a significant industry, I covered a national strike by the United Mine Workers union. Based in Washington, D.C., I was working for an independent coal industry publication and as a specialist reporter, had unprecedented access to the key players in the dispute. It was read »

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  • Brampton woman says Beck Taxi driver harassed, threatened her

    Nicole Vance had just finished work and called a cab to her office on Adelaide Street. When it arrived she asked the driver to take her to Fort York, where she was going to meet her brother and then they were going to carry on to Brampton. About five minutes into the ride the driver told Vance she should move to Toronto "so you can get a Toronto boyfriend and have some babies," she says.

  • Fraud, forgery scheme lands former real estate agent in jail

    Cecil Burke, 53, falsified eight purchase and sale agreements between 2009 and 2011, forging buyers' signatures, making up their mortgage approvals and carrying out a "complex and sophisticated scheme," according to court documents. For each fake sale, Burke would create a document package that varied from house to house but typically included the sale agreement, a trade record sheet, a receipt of funds record and proof of financing. In total, Burke swindled $65,331.12.

  • Developer cuts down 30 mature trees, city says no permit was issued

    Heather Cassels was in disbelief while cycling down Bayview Avenue south of York Mills Road last Thursday when she saw that workers were cutting down a grove of trees near her home. The city said it is investigating after a developer cut down 30 trees, many of which were over 100 years old, on both sides of Bayview Ridge at Bayview Avenue. "I said, 'I can't believe the city would give you a permit to cut down so many trees,'" she told CBC.

  • Snakes prevent grass cutting at Windsor park

    A city park in Windsor, Ont., is overgrown and there's nothing the city can do about it because the park is now home to an endangered species. Fred Francis says the city can't cut the grass at Seven Sisters Park because Butler's gartersnakes call the park home. Being labelled an endangered species in Ontario means the species lives in the wild but is facing imminent extinction or extirpation.

  • Gunshots ended love story for 'inseparable' Alberta First Nations teens

    She carried his words in her wallet, his love in her heart.

  • The U.S. Opening Ceremony outfits look like the Russian flag

    Russian representation may be thin in Rio next month thanks to the country’s doping scandal, but those back in Moscow will be able to see the Russian flag on another big delegation. Ralph Lauren and the United States Olympic Committee unveiled the outfits American athletes will wear in next week’s Opening Ceremony on Friday morning and it didn’t take long for some to notice they might be better suited for athletes representing another country. As sports fashion maven Paul Lukas and others pointed out on Twitter, the pattern of the striped t-shirt follows the order of the white, blue and red bars of the Russian flag.

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  • Larry Takahashi, serial rapist who targeted women in Edmonton, free on day parole in B.C.

    A serial rapist who targeted women in Edmonton decades ago is now free on day parole in Vancouver — though he's subject to several conditions. Larry Takahashi's request for six months unescorted day parole was supported by the Correctional Service of Canada, which had actually recommended full parole. The Parole Board of Canada, which makes these decisions, denied him full parole.

  • N.W.T. man tells of encounter with nàhgą — the Tlicho sasquatch — following boat accident

    On July 17, after boating hours from Whati to the most northern tip of Lac La Martre, 42-year-old Tony Williah spotted some garbage in the water ahead of him — a plastic bag bobbing in the waves. "I got the story from my grandma because my grandma lived in the bush all the time," Rabesca says.

  • Lawsuits leave lodge in Glacier National Park derelict

    "It was really sad seeing such an iconic place look so derelict in the middle of this beautiful pass," said Fox as she peeked into the half-boarded-up windows of the Glacier Park Lodge's main dining room. "It breaks your heart, especially when you know so many tourists come through here, and this is what they're seeing, and it doesn't really make the national parks look very good," she said.

  • Protesters call into question the 'dark side' of Canada's immigration system at Winnipeg rally

    Around 50 people were at the Manitoba Legislative building on Thursday evening, signs in hand, protesting indefinite immigrant detention in Canada. Specifically, they say they were standing in solidarity with 50 immigration detainees at two Ontario prisons, who went on a hunger strike more than two weeks ago to protest Canada's policy. "I'm a refugee myself so this hits close to home," said Hazim Ismail, who was born in Malaysia and originally arrived in Winnipeg as an international student.

  • Woman loses thousands over Facebook fake friend scam

    Wed, Jul 27: We're all on alert these days for online scams promising big returns for an investment. But what if it comes from a Facebook friend? Anne Drewa has a horror story.

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  • Wal-Mart closing 269 locations

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on the closure of Wal-Mart stores occurring in both the U.S. and Latin America.

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  • Billion-year-old air reveals surprise about oxygen on ancient Earth

    Canadian scientists have found a way to analyze air from the ancient Earth's atmosphere that was trapped in salt crystals nearly a billion years ago. The air, which has been preserved, undisturbed, in tiny pockets in the crystals for about 815 million years, appears to contain 10.9 per cent oxygen — just half the amount in the atmosphere today. "I'm surprised and excited," said Nigel Blamey, a professor of earth sciences at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ont., who co-led the study with fellow Brock geochemist Uwe Brand.

  • 32 of the Most Scandalous, Controversial, and Memorable Moments in Summer Olympics History (33 photos)

    ​The summer games are a place for glory, victory, and honor. They're also a place for controversy, scandal, and dishonesty. As such, let's round up Olympic moments from both ends of the spectrum, from disgraceful cheating in 1896 to seriously inspiring political statements in 1968. Herewith, 32 of the most buzzworthy "What just happened?" moments in Olympic history. From ELLE

  • Severe thunderstorm alert issued by Environment Canada

    Environment Canada has issued a severe thunderstorm alert for much of New Brunswick Thursday afternoon, as meteorologists track a system capable of producing nickel-size hail, strong wind gusts and heavy rain. A cluster of intense thunderstorms just northeast of Boiestown is slowly heading eastward, according to the advisory. "​Severe thunderstorm warnings are issued when imminent or occurring thunderstorms are likely to produce or are producing one or more of the following: large hail, damaging winds, torrential rainfall," it states.

  • LeBron James ordered a pizza with 16 different toppings

    LeBron James has clearly let himself go. (Getty Images)

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  • Pippa's Dress Has That Signature Middleton Twist We Love So Much

    While Pippa Middleton's three-quarter sleeve dress may at first appear simple — it fits her like a glove and features a classic print — look down and you'll find a peplum frill at the hem. The detail is subtle, but it's a sure sign that one of the Middletons is walking your way. Pippa's sister Kate also tends toward blazers or minis that are structured, but with slight flare. Pippa's dress isn't exactly head-turning, but it is effortless — especially when paired with functional Dune block-heel sandals. After all, Pippa knows the most exciting part of her ensemble is her lovely new engagement ring. Read on to see her showing it off in a Summer dress we bet she'll reach for time and time again,

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  • 14-year-old driver charged in crash that killed girl, 13, in Caledon, Ont.

    A 14-year-old driver has been charged in the death of the 13-year-old girl he was carrying as a passenger in Caledon, Ont., after a crash early Tuesday morning.