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No, dogs don't have to be bilingual in Montreal
A fictitious story about a controversial Montreal bylaw proposal requiring dogs to be comfortable in the country's two official languages has rippled through the realms of social media and fooled even some seasoned news sites.
Who's your daddy?
* Mobile clinic offers paternity, other biological tests* U.S. demand for DNA testing steadily increasing* Experts concerned about accuracy, psychological impact
Nigeria "robbers" accidentally blow up own bus
PORT HARCOURT (Reuters) - A suspected armed robber was killed when explosives his gang was transporting accidentally went off in the centre of Nigeria's main oil city of Port Harcourt on Thursday, police
Lost budgie taken home after it recites entire address
The bird escaped from a house in the Sagamihara district of Yokohama on Sunday morning, Kyodo News reported, and made its way to the city centre. After finding its way into a hotel, it came to rest on the shoulder of one of the guests before it was appreh
Sloth photobombs volunteers in Costa Rica
A team of international student volunteers posing for a portrait at the end of their sojourn in Costa Rica are joined by a surprise intruder: a sloth, who slow-bombed the picture at the last second.
Drunken trio scrubbed clean at carwash
Police have issued warnings to a trio of 23-year-old Abbotsford men for an embarrassing late night drunken escapade.
After a night of drinking, the men stripped down, hopped in a shopping cart and rode it through the 24-hour carwash.
Drunk Amish youths crash buggy
Four Amish youths were charged with underage drinking after their horse-drawn buggy collided with a police cruiser in upstate New York, authorities said Monday.
Police were dispatched to the town of Sherman on Sunday night in response to complaints ab
Top 10 dumb quotes by pro athletes
NFL player Brady Quinn has apologized to Tim Tebow for negative comments Quinn made about the Denver Broncos’ starting quarterback in a GQ article. Quinn said Tebow’s fan support gave him an advantage and that Tebow was less than humble in his Christian f
Dead dog offered credit card
Kelly Sloan’s dog Spark could be eligible for up to $30,000 in credit, even though the sheltie-spaniel mix died 10 years ago.
It's not easy being Steve
A man from Newmarket, Ontario shares his name with our prime minister. He finds that being named Stephen Harper can have both perks and downfalls.
New York Times mistakenly spams 8.6 million people
The New York Times thought it was sending an email to a few hundred people who had recently cancelled subscriptions, offering them a 50 per cent discount for 16 weeks to lure them back. Instead, Wednesday's offer went to 8.6 million email addresses of peo
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