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Anonymous hijack ISIS Twitter feeds with Rickroll
The Anonymous group is trying to impede the terror group's social media activism by infiltrating its propaganda feeds and misdirecting followers to Astley's hit song in the age-old Rickroll prank.
Ryerson denounced for toilet paper system
TORONTO — A controversy over who gets better toilet paper at a Toronto university has critics denouncing what they call a two-tier system, while other Ontario institutions say their bathroom tissue is “equitably distributed.”
Ontario sees hydro rates jump — again
Electricity prices in Ontario officially went up, again, on Sunday, and the rate hike is expected to push up the average household hydro bill by 3.4 per cent.
Cat hungover after seven week boozing session
When pet cat Aljosha disappeared from his home in North Rhine-Westphalia for seven weeks, his owner feared the worst. But Aljosha hadn't gone far – he'd been holed up in a neighbour's wine cellar lapping up €40 worth of Riesling.
Peter Mansbridge and the leaders' fields of dreams
Comedian Steve Patterson watches and reviews Peter Mansbridge's interviews with the four main federal party leaders on CBC's The National so you don't have to (well, you still should). Here's what he found.
Vancouver dog on sidewalk isn't dead; he's just sleeping
Comet is known for his bizarre sleeping habits on a sidewalk in Mount Pleasant, and has convinced more than one person that he's dead. In fact, he's just an old dog who loves to nap. On his back. Twisted up. And halfway onto the road.
Rhinoceros Party pledges to nationalize Tim Hortons
They are the clowns of federal election campaigns, they are proud of it, and they're back with a 1,000-year plan.
The Rhinoceros party has been on and off the election trail since 1963 and it's ready to run again.
Halifax police write (fake) ticket to 3-year-old motorcyclist
The ticket might not be real, but the online love is.
A photo of a young Halifax biker getting a ticket for illegally parking on the waterfront has seen thousands of likes and shares online after it was tweeted from the Halifax Regional Police's Twitte
3-year-old Halifax boy gets first parking ticket
A photo of a boy upset over his first parking citation is getting plenty of love online. Halifax police Const. Shawn Currie wrote a ticket for Declan Tramley, 3, after he spotted him illegally stopped on his red plastic motorcycle.
Jigging RCMP officer wows Tulita, N.W.T.
Splitting his pants while jigging at a community feast capped off two years of service in the hamlet for RCMP Const. Hugo Lévesque. 'I never jigged in my entire life before, so it was complete improvisation on my part,' says RCMP Const. Hugo Lévesque.
NameAFerry contest comes back to haunt B.C. Ferries
When B.C. Ferries announced a contest to name its three new foreign-built boats, the high-priced executives in those cushy corporate offices thought they’d struck public-relations gold. Instead, they tapped into a deep well of public resentment and anger
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