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[Video] Man Accidentally Shoots Himself In The Groin – Caught On Video

A man accidentally shot himself in the groin while bending over.  A video clip sees a man, who appears to be from the US, expertly load a Glock then holster the handgun inside the front of his pants.  When he walks over to a shelf and bends down to pick something up, the gun suddenly fires with a shocking loud … Read more

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Police Appealing For Witnesses After Man Pushed In Front Of A Subway Train At Yonge-Bloor Station

Police in Toronto say a 57-year-old man faces a first-degree murder charges in the death of a man who was allegedly pushed in front of a subway train. It happened yesterday morning at the busy Yonge-Bloor station. Police say the victim was an Asian man in his 50s or early 60s. The accused will appear in court at College Park … Read more

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The House Of Commons Rejected 13 Senate Amendments To The Marijuana Legalization Bill

The federal government’s bill to legalize recreational marijuana is now on back in front of the Senate. Yesterday the House of Commons voted to accept 27 (largely technical) amendments made by the Senate and tweaked two others.  However, they rejected 13 amendments that had been passed by the upper house. Among those rejected by MPs was one which would have … Read more

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Doug Ford Implements A Hiring Freeze And Other Cost-Cutting Measures Until The Audit Is Complete

Ontario’s incoming premier has imposed a hiring freeze on the public service as part of a series of measures meant to limit spending. An aide to Doug Ford says the people of Ontario work hard for their money, and they expect their tax dollars to go to the services they depend on. During the election campaign, the PC leader promised … Read more

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[Video] Plane Carrying Saudi Arabian World Cup Soccer Team Catches Fire

An engine on the plane carrying the Saudi Arabian soccer team to one of the 11 World Cup host cities in Russia has caught fire during landing, but nobody was hurt. Russia’s federal agency for air traffic says the Russian Airbus flying from St. Petersburg to the southern city of Rostov-on-Don landed safely Monday evening, and did not require any … Read more

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The York Strike Is Not Really Over

York University students don’t appear to be too hopeful that they’ll be back in class soon — even though some of the school’s striking contract workers voted to accept the university’s latest offer. CUPE 3903 Unit 2 said more than a thousand course directors and some teaching instructors who aren’t full-time grad students would return to work today. But about … Read more

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Roberto Osuna In Court Today

Blue Jays’ closer Roberto Osuna’s case will be back in court today, although he personally will not appear, according to his lawyer. Osuna was charged with assault and put on administrative leave by Major League Baseball back in May. While on leave, Osuna is on the league’s ‘restricted list’ and continues to receive his $5.3-million-dollar salary but is ineligible to … Read more

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A Pay What You Can Afford Grocery Store Has Opened In Toronto

A pay-what-you-can grocery store has opened in Toronto in hopes of feeding the city’s hungry. Chef Jagger Gordon’s Pay It Forward Grocery Store is stocked with food he’s rescued from food terminals, supermarkets and bakeries that would otherwise go to waste. Gordon says visitors can take a day’s worth of food for a family or choose a bi-weekly box of … Read more

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[Video] Mexican Soccer Fans Caused An Actual Earthquake Yesterday

Mexican soccer fans celebrating their victory over Germany in the World Cup yesterday caused a literal earthquake in Mexico City.  Ten minutes before halftime Hirving Lozano scored the only goal of the match – and Mexican supporters in Moscow went wild.  But not as wild as fans at home in Mexico City, whose epic celebrations caused a minor earthquake.  The … Read more

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Truck Collision Spills Fireball Whisky All Over The Highway

Two semi-trucks crashed on a highway in Arkansas Thursday morning, leaving miniature bottles of whiskey scattered across the road.  The Arkansas Department of Transportation shared photos of the aftermath of the crash between the two trucks as hundreds of bottles of Fireball cinnamon whiskey spilled onto the highway.  “Looks like we’ll be working this for a while,” the … Read more

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