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Admin, student confirm fake Facebook hack
A University of Chicago student has admitted to posting a racially charged Facebook status which they had previously claimed was a hack by the UChicago Electronic Army (UEA).
Canadian Wheat Board prepares for corporate takeover
Farmers and Canadian taxpayers will soon be completely free of the CWB assets, but not with a conventional sale. A private-sector investor will assume control without reimbursing the federal treasury for assets Canadians helped finance.
Cancer cured by 'medicine man', First Nations man says
An Anishnawbe man from northwestern Ontario says traditional healing practices "got rid" of his leukemia, and he's concerned recent controversy over the treatment of two First Nations girls in southern Ontario will rob others of a cure.
Cousins recovering in hospital after being buried by snowplow
Police credit an air pocket with saving the lives of two Newburgh, N.Y., boys trapped in a snow pile for about seven hours after being buried by a plow. The two cousins told reporters they could hear their worried families’ cries but couldn't respond loud
Muggings force top school to ban blazers
It's understood criminal gangs have been targeting pupils at the £22,000 a year school near Hammersmith in the belief they are likely to be carrying expensive smartphones.
India: Pakistani Agencies Backing Terror Groups
India's home minister hit out at Pakistan on Saturday, accusing its state agencies of using terror to try to destabilize India, and rejecting Pakistan's assertion that non-state actors are involved in terrorism.
10 Worst Countries For Women
The WEF’s 2014 Global Gender Gap Report measured disparities between men and women in 142 countries. In the worst-scoring nations, economic and educational opportunities, as well as political representation and health outcomes, were far worse for women th
Vanier Cup: Montreal Carabins outlast McMaster Marauders
Sean Erlington ran in a fourth-quarter touchdown and Louis-Philippe Simoneau kicked the game-winning field goal as the University of Montreal Carabins won the Vanier Cup on Saturday with a 20-19 comeback win over the McMaster Marauders.
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