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Canadians with reputations ruined by online shaming
A Twitter account mocking bad Calgary parkers is the latest venue for anonymously ranting about others. As the Herald’s Dylan Robertson explains, dealing with online reputations remains a mostly uncharted territory.
No dancing: militants target street festivals
EXTREMISTS are enforcing an Isis-style interpretation of Islamic law on the streets of Britain by trying to ban people from listening to music,dancing and mixing with the opposite sex.
Uganda gay pride party after tough law overturned
From Yahoo News: Dancing and waving rainbow-coloured flags, Ugandan activists held their first gay pride rally Saturday since the overturning of a tough anti-homosexuality law, which authorities have appealed. Everyone was in hiding before because of the
Toronto bakery makes $900 cupcakel
The gourmet cupcake craze has been declared dead by more than one trend-watcher, but it's still got sweet appeal for a Toronto man who spent $900 on an elaborate confection for his wife's 40th birthday.
NHS to fund sperm bank for lesbians
For as little as £300 women will be able to search an online database and choose an anonymous donor on the basis of his ethnicity, height, profession and even hobbies.
Bill’s secret mistress, the ‘Energizer’
Bill Clinton reportedly has a buxom blond mistress who visits so often when Hillary Clinton isn’t home in Chappaqua that the former president’s Secret Service detail have given her an unofficial code name: Energizer.
5 Things About Marc Emery's Release From U.S. Prison
Marc Emery, the so-called Prince of Pot, is due to be released from a U.S. prison this week. Many of his supporters criticized the American prosecution of the high-profile, Vancouver-based activist that began in 2005.
Paul Bernardo plans to marry Ontario woman
From a prison cell, serial sex killer Paul Bernardo has charmed and manipulated an attractive, university-educated woman into planning to marry him, QMI Agency has learned.
Opinion: Sex workers seek apology, reparations
The Chief Justice of the British Columbia Supreme Court, Allan McEachern, ruled on July 4, 1984, that sex workers on the Davie Street stroll were a “blatant, aggressive, and disorderly public nuisance.”
Kenora gardener digs up long-lost ring
A Sioux Narrows man had a happy surprise when a service ring belonging to his father — lost for more than 30 years — was found and returned to him in time for Father's Day.
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