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Sun News : Trudeau blasted over citizenship comments
Immigration and Citizenship Minister Chris Alexander blasted Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau for saying Canadians with dual citizenship should not be stripped of their citizenship if they go overseas to fight with ISIS.
Doug Ford Intends To Join Mayoral Race, Rob Ford Drops Out
Rob Ford has withdrawn from the Toronto Mayoral race, but his brother Doug Ford intends to take his place, according to multiple reports.
According to Now Magazine's Jonathan Goldsbie, Ford spokesman Jeff Silverstein attempted to file paperwork to...
Showbiz, Music Industry Jobs Drop 19% in Two Years
The U.S. economy has seen a steady erosion of jobs in the motion picture and sound industries, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Preliminary statistics from the BLS show that employment in those two industries has dropped to 298,000 in August —
Ian Paisley, Northern Ireland firebrand, dead at 88
Rev. Ian Paisley, the divisive Protestant firebrand who devoted his life to thwarting compromise with Catholics in Northern Ireland only to become a pivotal peacemaker in his twilight years, died Friday in Belfast, his wife says.
Ozone layer recovering but remains threatened
The Earth’s protective ozone layer is on track to recover by the middle of the century, the United Nations today reported, urging unified action to tackle climate change and curb continued fluctuations to the composition of the atmosphere.
Hacker publishes tech support phone scammer slammer
Security pro Matthew Weeks has released a Metasploit module that can take over computers running the Ammyy Admin remote control software popular among "Hi this is Microsoft, there's a problem with your computer" tech support scammers. Weeks' day job is di
Mystery drone lands in family's backyard
Allen Park, Mich. - A mystery drone is the talk of Allen Park, as a family there watched the flying device land in their backyard. The operator--nowhere to be found.
Canadian dollar at lowest level in 5 months
The Canadian dollar tumbled almost a full U.S. cent Thursday to its lowest close in over five months amid soft Chinese economic data and a report showing the U.S. soon would import less oil.
Cody Legebokoff guilty of 4 counts of 1st degree murder
Cody Alan Legebokoff has been found guilty on four counts of first-degree murder. The 24-year-old was charged in the slayings of Loren Leslie, 15, Jill Stuchenko, 35, Cynthia Maas, 35, and Natasha Montgomery, 23, who died in 2009 and 2010.
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