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Toronto Mayoral Candidate Faith Goldy Is Suing Bell Media For Not Airing Her Campaign Ads

A controversial Toronto mayoral candidate known for her extreme views has sued Bell Media alleging the company breached her right to free expression after refusing to air her campaign advertisements. Faith Goldy wants the court to order the broadcaster to run the ad until the October 22nd vote. Goldy alleges Bell Media initially agreed to air her campaign ad on … Read more

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[Video] Meet The First Nike Athlete With Cerebral Palsy

A new video shows Justin Gallegos getting the surprise of a lifetime as he becomes the first Nike athlete with cerebral palsy.  Gallegos, a junior at the University of Oregon and a member of the school’s running club, was met by a camera crew and Nike’s Insight Director at the end of a recent cross-country race, where he broke down … Read more

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Ontario Government To Allow Sikhs To Ride Motorcycles Without A Helmet

Ontario will soon allow turban-wearing Sikhs to ride motorcycles without helmets. Premier Doug Ford says road safety will remain a priority but his government also believes that individuals have personal accountability and responsibility with respect to their own well-being, noting a helmet exemption will recognize Sikh motorcycle riders’ civil rights and religious expression. Last week, PC MPP Prabmeet Sarkaria tabled … Read more

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Belinda Stronach Is Being Sued By Her Parents

One of Canada’s top business leaders is suing his daughter, two grandchildren and others for allegedly mismanaging the family’s assets and trust funds. Frank Stronach, who started the autoparts business Magna International, and his wife have filed a $500-million-dollar lawsuit in Ontario Superior Court, alleging it was a last resort after much effort over two years to resolve the matter. … Read more

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There Has Been A Pipeline Explosion In Northern BC

A natural-gas transmission line ruptured early last evening, sparking a massive blast and fire on Enbridge’s Westcoast line at a rural location northeast of Prince George. Enbridge reports no injuries, and says crews have isolated the rupture and are working to contain the incident. About 100 area residents — most from a nearby First Nation — have been evacuated from … Read more

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[Video] Little Caesars Explains Why They Had A Large Amount Of DiGiorno Pizzas In Their Store

On Saturday night video was posted to Twitter showing a woman standing near a Little Caesars counter.  She appears to be delivering Little Caesars an entire shopping cart full of DiGiorno pizzas.  “This can’t be happening right in front of me,” the person who captured the footage wrote.  While DiGiorno admitted to having “no idea what’s going Read more

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Scary New Stats On How Dangerous Tired Driving Can Be

A scary new statistic has been released: People who get behind the wheel of a car after less than four hours of sleep are as likely to be involved in a car crash a drunk drivers.  New research has found that drivers who reported getting less than four hours of shut-eye were 15 times more likely to get into an … Read more

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Hurricane Michael Upgraded To A Category 4 As It Approaches Florida

Hurricane Michael is heading for Florida as a Category 4 storm. It was upgraded last night after winds exceeded 140 mph and it could grow even stronger in the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. When the storm hits the Florida Panhandle today it will be the strongest storm to ever hit the area and the most powerful one … Read more

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Stop Holding Your Finger Down To Forward – How To Tell If Your Facebook Was Actually Hacked

Facebook users have been getting a hoax message that’s trying to convince them their account has been compromised.  The hoax comes just over a week after the social media giant admitted that a security breach had resulted in 50 million Facebook accounts being hacked.  However, the October 2018 hoax does not have a virus attached to the message.  The fake … Read more

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Shelter In Place Order Lifted After Oil Refinery Explosion In New Brunswick

It’s not clear if gas prices will jump here in the GTA following a massive explosion at an oil refinery in Saint John, New Brunswick. Residents near the Irving Oil refinery have been warned of possible “flare-ups” as the facility restabilizes after yesterday morning’s massive explosion. The city posted on social media last night that while the “shelter in Read more

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