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The Two Hamilton Paramedics Charged Last Week Have Now Been Fired

Those two Hamilton paramedics that are facing criminal charges in the shooting death of a Good Samaritan teenager have been fired. The two were charged last week with failing to provide the necessaries of life from the December death of 19-year-old Yosif Al-Hasnawi, who was shot as he tried to help an older man who’d been attacked outside his mosque. … Read more

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The Government Is Contributing Another $100 Million To Fight The Forest Fires In Northern Ontario

The provincial government says another $100 million dollars will be available to fight forest fires in the province.  The new money, announced yesterday by the Progressive Conservative government is on top of almost $70 million dollars in base funding to battle the blazes. The Ministry of Natural Resources says there are 116 active fires — 73 in the northwest region … Read more

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Facebook Wants Access To Our Detailed Banking Information

Reports say Facebook has been asking banks in the United States for their customers’ financial data, including account balances and transactions.  The Wall Street Journal revealed that the social network has been asking major banks to “share detailed financial information about their customers, including card transactions and checking account balances, as part of an effort to offer new services Read more

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Government Concerned After Saudi Students Told They Have Four Weeks To Leave Canada

The fallout continues in the diplomatic battle Canada has found itself in with Saudi Arabia. The kingdom has recalled its ambassador, expelled ours, and has frozen new trade between our two countries, casting uncertainty over the multi-billion-dollar, 2014 contract with our federal government that sends light armoured vehicles to Saudi security forces. Yesterday, Saudi students in Canadian universities were told … Read more

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Major Flooding Downtown Toronto After Heavy Rain Last Night

Above Photo Credit: Jeremy Cohn via Twitter

Toronto got a drenching last night when a slow-moving storm brought heavy rain that caused widespread flash flooding and left numerous vehicles trapped in underpasses. In one incident, police had to rescue two men from a flooded basement elevator as it was being filled with water. Police say responding officers grabbed a crowbar, … Read more

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[Video] Police ID Impaired Driving Suspect After Van Drove On The Beach In Port Dover This Weekend

Police have identified a man who has been charged with impaired driving after he allegedly drove onto a crowded beach in Port Dover on Saturday. The OPP says 43-year-old Yourem Mako of Hamilton was charged with impaired driving, driving over the legal limit, dangerous driving and failure to comply with probation. Police received a call shortly before noon on Saturday … Read more

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[Video] The Man Who Streaked At The Jays Game On Saturday Could Face Deportation

A naked man who ran onto Safeco Field in Seattle during the Mariners’ game against the Blue Jays on Saturday may have gotten a bit more than he bargained for.  The streaker was identified as an Irish citizen living in Vancouver, Canada, and could face deportation after his arrest, Sportsnet reported.  The guy reportedly rushed the field on an $80 … Read more

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Burger King Has Brought Back Surge Soda

Surge soda is back, for now.  The citrus-flavoured soft drink, which was Coca-Cola’s answer to Mountain Dew, had legions of devoted fans when it debuted in early 1997, but within a few years the hype around the beverage died down.  It was ultimately discontinued in 2003.  However, according to a recent tweet from Burger King, Surge, which was known for … Read more

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Today Premiere Ford Is Expected To Announce Buck-A-Beer Will Begin Labour Day Weekend

Today Premiere Doug Ford is expected to reveal the provincial government’s buck-a-beer plan. The move was one of Doug Ford’s promises during the spring election campaign. A source told The Canadian Press last week that the Progressive Conservative plan will lower the minimum price of a bottle or can of beer to one-dollar from $1.25 by the Labour Day weekend. … Read more

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Internet Outrage Over How This Man Makes Wait Staff Earn Their Tips

The internet is acting with outrage after a Facebook user who decided that tormenting his waitress for her tip was a fun game to play on a night out with his wife.  He shared the experience online, claiming that with his “method” you will receive “the best service of your life.”

He explained that at the … Read more

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