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Former Baywatch actress Pamela Anderson met Julian Assange at Belmarsh high-security prison on Tuesday, in his first social visit since he was hauled out of London's Ecuadorian embassy and arrested in April.

"He does not deserve to be in a super max prison. He has never committed a violent act, he's an innocent person," Anderson said in a statement outside the jail afterwards.

She said the WikiLeaks founder has been "cut off from everybody," including his children, and does not have access to any information.

 
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A Toronto man who killed his wife, stuffed her body in a suitcase and dumped it in a river is scheduled to have a sentencing hearing today.

Neurosurgeon Mohammed Shamji, 43, pleaded guilty last month to second-degree murder in the death of his physician wife, Elana Fric Shamji.

Court heard Fric Shamji served her husband with divorce papers two days before he attacked her, broke her neck and ribs, and choked her to death as their three children slept nearby.

 
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Conservative MP Mark Warawa delivered a powerful farewell to the House of Commons on Tuesday, in which he called for the overhaul of the palliative care system.

Warawa, who has pancreatic cancer that has spread to his lungs, colon and lymph nodes, recently discovered the state of the system during a recent hospital stay in Vancouver.

“I asked for palliative care and I was there for 15 days and of the thousands of doctors, there (are) two palliative physicians at (the Vancouver General Hospital) and I never saw them,” he told his fellow MPs.

Now, you're FUCKING complaining? When you need the help? Why the FUCK didn't you do it when the Conservatives were in power for FUCKING 12 years!

[New York accent]Get the FUCK outta here![/New York accent]

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The family of a six-year-old girl with cancer says it must pay hundreds of dollars each week for her nutrition supplements following the Ontario government’s cuts to the provincial youth pharmacare program.

Abigayle Lobsinger of Waterloo, Ont. is battling Stage 4 neuroblastoma, an aggressive form of cancer typically found in the adrenal glands. It is the third most-common form of cancer in children under the age of five.

FUCK YOU, FRAUD!

Anyone wanting to help Abigayle, here is the direct link to her fundraising page -->

Almost there! Help is on its way!


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A Rhode Island school district will begin serving cold sandwiches instead of hot lunches to students whose families owe lunch money.

Warwick Public Schools says it is owed more than US$40,000 from outstanding lunch payments and cannot afford to absorb the costs.

The new policy begins next Monday.

A local restaurant owner wrote on Facebook that the district twice turned down a $4,000 donation for the lunch debt.

WTF! smh.

 
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Two explorers have completed an ambitious hike in the Arctic, retracing a route first followed by a historic explorer they say hasn’t been given the credit he deserves.

David Reid and Richard Smith camped out and skied in -50 C temperatures to follow the original 650-kilometre Arctic route Scottish explorer Dr. John Rae took in the 19th century.

"Rae was ripped off by history and we feel he should have more prominence," said Smith in an interview with CTV's Parliament Hill Correspondent Kevin Gallagher.

 
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A researcher at the University of Calgary says she has developed a method of turning greenhouse gases into valuable carbon nanofibres.

Mina Zarabian came up with the concept while completing her doctorate in chemical and petroleum engineering at the university's Schulich School of Engineering.

Zarabian and her professor, Pedro Pereira Almao, worked together to come up with the technique.

 
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The heads of Unifor and General Motors Canada are set to make an announcement this morning about the future of operations in Oshawa, Ont.

A statement from Unifor Local 222 says national president Jerry Dias and Travis Hester, GM Canada's president and managing director, will hold a joint news conference in Toronto at 11 a.m. ET.

The statement offers few further details, other than the announcement will concern "operations in Oshawa."

 
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A Christian woman acquitted of blasphemy after spending eight years on death row in Pakistan, but who still faced death threats from Islamic extremists upon her release, flew to Canada on Wednesday to join her daughters, Pakistani officials and others involved in the case said.

Aasia Bibi was convicted of blasphemy in 2009 after a quarrel with two fellow farmworkers, who refused to drink from the same water container as a Christian. Five days later, the women said Bibi had insulted Islam, a crime punishable by death. Bibi was charged with blasphemy despite repeatedly denying the accusation. The Supreme Court overturned her conviction last year, and she had been in protective custody since then.

Islamic extremists have rioted over the case and threatened to kill Bibi. Even as word of her departure from Pakistan became known, the hard-line Tehree-e-Labbaik Party, whose single-point agenda is defending the controversial blasphemy law, threatened protests. The same party, whose leaders including firebrand cleric Khadim Hussain Rizvi are in jail, also urged the overthrow of the government following Bibi's acquittal. Rizvi's bail hearing is May 13.

Welcome to Canada, Aasia!

 
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Bundled in his father’s arms, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex finally revealed their newborn son to the world during a photo call at Windsor Castle.

Wrapped in a white blanket with a matching cap, the royal baby slept soundly as a beaming Prince Harry and his wife Meghan posed for photos and answered reporters’ questions in St George’s Hall on Wednesday.

 
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Health Canada has approved a request from the Canadian Blood Services and Hema-Quebec to reduce the blood donation ban on men who have sex with men from one year to three months.

Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor made the announcement on Parliament Hill Wednesday morning, saying that the three month wait period is now in effect.

That is definitely a positive step! Kudos to Health Canada, the Canadian Blood Services and Hema-Quebec!

 
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Posted - May 8 2019 : 11:19AM

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Federal prosecutors have requested that the charge of breach of trust against suspended Vice-Admiral Mark Norman be stayed, citing no “reasonable prospect of conviction,” meaning he is a free man and the prospect of a pre-election trial has been quashed.

Inside the Ottawa courthouse on Wednesday, prosecutors outlined their reasoning behind the dropped charge in the high-profile case, prompted by an allegation that he leaked cabinet documents. The Crown says the decision was made solely by the Director of Public Prosecutions, and denied that there was any interference in that decision.

Federal prosecutor Barbara Mercier said in court that it had a duty to end the prosecution if there was “no reasonable prospect of conviction,” and that while some of his actions were, in the prosecutor’s mind secretive and inappropriate, it was not criminal.


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^...^ Up there a few posts:
It's a scarlet letter, untended to embarrass the students.

Thread about lunch shaming. It's surprisingly common around the country for adults to taunt and mistreat students who don't have money for lunch.

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David Beckham has been banned from driving for six months for using a mobile phone while behind the wheel of his Bentley.

A prosecutor said a member of the public spotted the former Manchester United and England soccer star holding a phone while driving through central London on Nov. 21.

Beckham's lawyer, Gerrard Tyrrell, said his client had "no recollection" of the incident but pleaded guilty.

Beckham already had six penalty points on his drivers' license for speeding offences. The six more District Judge Catherine Moore gave him Thursday for the cellphone put him at the 12 points needed to lose driving privileges.

Beckham attended the hearing at Bromley Magistrates Court wearing a dark grey suit and tie. He spoke to give his name, date of birth and address.

 
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Explaining the horrors of war to a generation that has never known it is no easy task.

How can one explain the motivation that drove more than one million Canadians to fight for their country, or what they felt as they were handed a gun or grenades and told to charge toward a crowd of equally armed men with orders to kill them?

For Leonard Van Roon, it all starts with his combat boots.

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The group representing thousands of Canadian pediatricians is recommending that young people get universal access to free contraceptives, including condoms.

Youth should have access to their choice of confidential, no-cost contraception, according to the Canadian Paediatric Society.

The CPS said the most straightforward way to guarantee this is to cover the cost of contraceptives for youth as part of provincial or federal health care coverage until age 25.

 
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New research suggests that patients who have had their appendix removed are three times more likely to develop Parkinson’s disease, despite previous studies that suggested the opposite.

Researchers analyzed the health records of more than 62.2 million patients, identifying those who had undergone appendectomies and were diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at least six months later.

They found that among the 488,190 patients who had their appendix removed, 0.92 per cent went on to develop the neurodegenerative disease.

 
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A Toronto man who murdered his wife two days after she filed for divorce has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 14 years.

Neurosurgeon Mohammed Shamji, 43, pleaded guilty last month to second-degree murder in the death of 40-year-old Elana Fric Shamji, a well-respected family doctor.

Justice John McMahon says the case is yet another tragic instance of domestic homicide that he sees far too often.

 
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Autherine Lucy Foster's latest trip to the University of Alabama went a lot better than her first.

She made history 63 years ago when she enrolled as the university's first African American student. But the school removed her from campus after just three days because of death threats and riots.

Last week, she attended Alabama's spring graduation as the school presented her with an honorary doctorate.

 
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A Quebec furniture manufacturer is recalling a three-drawer dresser linked to a child’s death in the United States.

South Shore Furniture of Canada’s Libra unit “may tip over if not securely anchored to the wall, posing an entrapment hazard that can result in serious injury or death to children,” says the notice posted by Health Canada on Thursday.

The unit has been linked to two incidents in the U.S., one involving a death of a two-year-old and the other resulting in bruises and scratches to a child. As of April 30, the company has received no reports of the chest tipping over in Canada, according to Health Canada.

The chest was sold online in the U.S. at Walmart, Target and Amazon for about $60 US, according to the recall notice posted by the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. South Shore’s website says it also sells in Canada through Wayfair, Staples, Home Depot. Best Buy, Toys R Us, Lowes and a more than a dozen other retailers.

Consumers can contact the Saint-Croix-based company at 1-855-215-4932 Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Service is available in French, English and Spanish.

Consumers should immediately stop using any recalled chest that is not properly anchored to the wall, and place it in an area that children cannot access. Buyers can receive a full refund with free pick-up of the chest or receive a free tip-over restraint kit and request a one-time free in-home installation.

Consumers can also remove the drawer slides from one side of the dresser and request packaging and a prepaid shipping label from the company to mail in the drawer slides for a full refund.

 
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The day after federal prosecutors stayed the charge of breach of trust against suspended Vice-Admiral Mark Norman, opposition MPs focused their attacks on the governing Liberals, accusing them of covering up or holding back key information over the course of the case that they say could have put an end to the matter much sooner. All this while one potential material witness in the matter, former defence minister Jason Kenney, is calling for an investigation.

On Wednesday, Norman was made a free man and the prospect of a potentially damaging pre-election trial was avoided when the Crown dropped the case.

Now, both Conservative and NDP MPs are accusing the governing Liberals of being the reason why the case carried on as long as it did, only to be abandoned citing no “reasonable prospect of conviction.”

 
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Members of a northern British Columbia First Nation are arguing in court that they should have been consulted on an archaeological mitigation plan prepared by a natural gas company on their traditional territory.

The Unist'ot'en house group of the Wet'suwet'en First Nation and hereditary chief Knedebeas filed an application for judicial review in B.C. Supreme Court on Tuesday.

It challenges the decision of the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission and provincial Archaeology Branch to accept a mitigation plan prepared by Coastal GasLink that the First Nation members say did not involve consultation.

I totally agree with The Unist'ot'en house group of the Wet'suwet'en First Nation!

 
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An appearance by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at an event for Liberal supporters in Toronto was interrupted by a protester from Grassy Narrows First Nation Thursday.

The unidentified woman called on the federal government to make good on its promise to provide a mercury treatment centre for the northwestern Ontario community.

She cut into a question-and-answer session with Liberal MP Adam Vaughan to hand Trudeau a letter, stressing that people continue to suffer from mercury poisoning in the area.

I know my FUCKING Premier, Doug Fraud, ain't gonna do shit!

It's up to you, JT! Make it right!

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TTCRiders rally to protest Fraud's uploading the TTC to the province. (Source: CP24)

HEY FUCKHEAD! STAY OUTTA TEE-DOT'S BUSINESS!

Why don't you help Grassy Narrows, you fucker!

 
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A mother's claim that her 7-week-old baby was kidnapped quickly unraveled after her infant was found at the bottom of a 75-foot ravine in the North Carolina mountains, law enforcement officials said Friday.

Henderson County Sheriff Lowell Griffin announced that the child's mother, Krista Noelle Madden, 35, has been jailed on a count of attempted first-degree murder.

The child was found in "very good condition" despite being thrown down the ravine, Griffin said. The baby was in her car seat when it hit the ground, and somehow rolled out of it by the time local residents found her, he said.

 
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China is detaining two Canadians in harsh conditions and U.S. lawmakers won't rest until they are freed, says a powerful Republican senator.

The full-throated American support for Canadian ex-diplomat Michael Kovrig and entrepreneur Michael Spavor came as the China-U.S. trade war reached new extremes Friday, with $200 billion in new U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports.

"I -- and many of my colleagues on both sides of the aisle -- am very concerned about both Mr. Kovrig and Mr. Spavor. We will not forget about them until their release," Idaho Sen. Jim Risch, chair of the U.S. Senate foreign-relations committee, told The Canadian Press.

 
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Hong Kong's legislative assembly descended into chaos Saturday as lawmakers for and against controversial amendments to the territory's extradition law clashed over access to the chamber.

At least one person was taken from the chamber on a gurney following the morning melee, in which legislators grappled with each other on the floor and amid seats and tables.

The amendments have been widely criticized as eroding the semi-autonomous Chinese territory's legal independence by making it easier to send criminal suspects to mainland China, where they could face vague national security charges and unfair trials.

 
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A Saskatchewan man says he ripped down and burned a Nazi flag that was hanging on the roof of a house in the village of Kelliher.

Caleb Pelletier told CTV Regina that he decided to take down the red and black swastika flag after it became clear that “authorities weren’t going to.”

"I believe it affected so many of our people,” said Pelletier, who is from George Gordon First Nation.

On Friday, Kelliher Mayor Darcy King said that the man who hung the flag was a 34 year old who “never grew up” and was living with his grandfather. King said he’d spoken with the man and he had promised to take it down.

RCMP Cpl. Rob King told The Canadian Press that police had spoken to the homeowner but nothing illegal had occurred.

Pelletier posted a video of the flag burning on Facebook.

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A Toronto scientist who has helped tens of thousands of vulnerable pregnant women in Canada has been inspired by the ‘strong women’ in her family.

Ishita Aggarwal founded Mom’s The Word, a non-profit organization that hosts free workshops for pregnant women who are homeless or on a low income, to fight ill health, illiteracy, maternal poverty and infant morbidity.

Doctors and counsellors refer eligible women to MTW and those who complete the four-hour program receive food stamps, milk coupons, bus tokens or prenatal vitamins in return.

 
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A boy called 911 to report that he and six other children had been left in a car in Maryland with the windows rolled up and the motor not running.

The Charles County Sheriff's Office tells news outlets that the children ranged in age from 2 to 4 years old, and it's plausible that it was the eldest who called 911 Friday. The boy told authorities that the children were hot and didn't know where they were.

Deputies traced the call to a Waldorf shopping centre and helped the kids. Deputies say the driver arrived about 10 minutes later, having already been gone for about 20 minutes. The driver, a mother of two who was babysitting five other kids, was charged with confinement of children inside a motor vehicle.

 
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Britain warned Monday that conflict might break out "by accident" amid rising tensions between the United States and Iran, as U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo held talks with European Union powers backing the nuclear deal with the Islamic republic.

The warning came as Saudi Arabia said that two of its oil tankers were sabotaged off the coast of the United Arab Emirates in attacks Sunday that caused "significant damage" to the vessels, one of them as it was heading to pick up Saudi oil to take to the U.S.

Washington has warned ships that "Iran or its proxies" could be targeting maritime traffic in the Persian Gulf region and said it was deploying an aircraft carrier and B-52 bombers to the Persian Gulf to counter alleged threats from Tehran.

 
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A team of geological researchers is challenging claims that some of the earliest forms of known life existed in northern Labrador.

The argument that a rocky outcrop showed evidence of life going back 3.95 billion years was presented by Japanese scientists in 2017 using isotopic evidence, sometimes called "chemofossils."

A team of scientists led by Martin Whitehouse, a professor of geosciences at the Swedish Museum of Natural History, agrees the ancient signatures of life are present in the Torngat mountain region.

However, the Swedish-funded research concludes the rocks that surrounded the evidence of life are much younger than the Japanese research indicates -- meaning the life itself is also likely hundreds of millions of years younger.

Whitehouse's team looked at the same outcrops as the Japanese but came up with a differing mapping of the geology.

The rocks being examined are in the Saglek Bay area, at the southern end of the Torngat Mountains National Park, in an area where some of the oldest continental crusts are exposed to the surface.

The findings were published in the journal, Precambrian Research, in January.

 
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Ontario is proposing to eliminate an enhanced driver's licence that allows people to enter the United States at land and water border crossings without a passport.

The driver's licence option was introduced in 2009, when the U.S. required passports or other secure identification for anyone crossing into the country by land or sea, but it hasn't had the anticipated uptake.

British Columbia and Manitoba have enhanced driver's licences, and Quebec used to, but phased out the program -- other provinces rejected the idea because it was too costly or there wasn't enough public interest.

 
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Canada's largest school board says it may have to eliminate jobs, some programs and end some student busing to address a multimillion-dollar funding gap created by provincial cuts.

The Toronto District School Board's education director laid out the proposals which could help eliminate a $67-million budget shortfall -- $42 million caused by a cut from the Ontario government.

John Malloy says the board could stop busing French immersion, cut some learning centre staff jobs, and administrator roles to find savings.

Fraud, this is all on you!

 
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The World Health Organization has unveiled new guidelines on reducing the risk of dementia, which include advising people to exercise and quit smoking.

Dementia is a rapidly growing public health concern, with more than 50 million people around the world suffering from the disease and almost 10 million new cases yearly.

In the guidelines, the WHO stresses that dementia is not a natural and inevitable part of aging, but rather the development of the disease has been associated with several modifiable risk factors.

 
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When an attractive young Middle Eastern woman contacted Saudi dissident Ali AlAhmed over Twitter last November, he was immediately suspicious.

AlAhmed's radar was up because he had previously been targeted by hackers posing as a female journalist. But this turned out to be part of a different operation.

The Twitter account, purportedly belonging to an Egyptian writer named Mona A.Rahman , was not an attempt to hack the Washington-based AlAhmed -- it was an attempt to enlist him in an ambitious global disinformation effort linked to Tehran, according to the Canadian internet watchdog Citizen Lab.

 
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Saudi Araba said drones attacked one of its oil pipelines as other assaults targeted energy infrastructure elsewhere in the kingdom on Tuesday, shortly after Yemen's rebels claimed a co-ordinated drone attack on the Sunni power.

The assaults marked the latest incidents challenging Mideast security after the alleged sabotage of oil tankers off the coast of the United Arab Emirates earlier this week amid heightened tensions between the U.S. and Iran.

Yemen's Houthi rebels, whom Saudi Arabia has been fighting against since March 2015, said they launched a series of drone attacks on the kingdom, across the border from Yemen. The spokesman of the rebels, Mohammed Abdel-Salam, told The Associated Press: "This is a message to Saudi Arabia, stop your aggression."

 
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A woman convicted of killing an eight-year-old Ontario girl is taking legal action against the federal government, claiming that her highly publicized transfer from a healing lodge to a prison robbed her of her freedom.

In a legal application filed April 30, Terri-Lynne McClintic claims that the decision to move her from the Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge to the Edmonton Institution for Women was “unreasonable and procedurally unfair, and therefore unlawful.”

McClintic pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in connection with the 2009 death of Tori Stafford, who was abducted and killed while on her way home from school by McClintic and her then-boyfriend Michael Rafferty.

WTF! ... and I've got 2 words for you! FUCK OFF!

 
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A Canadian bioethicist says a recent study that restored activity to the brains of dead pigs creates a kind of “grey zone” between life and death.

They can’t proclaim “It’s alive!” just yet -- no consciousness was restored -- but the Yale University scientists observed neural activity in individual brain cells of pigs several hours after death.

“There’s a growing amount of evidence that this line between life and death is not a sharp line at all,” said University of Toronto bioethicist Kerry Bowman on CTV’s Your Morning. “It could have implications for humans.”

 
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The mother of a young Newfoundland girl says she's relieved a social media company has disabled a site that used images of her dead daughter to promote an anti-vaccination campaign.

Holly Denine recently came across a Facebook page displaying a photo of her daughter Nevaeh Denine, with text that falsely stated her death was related to vaccines.

The girl, who was diagnosed with neuroblastoma at an early age, was well known in Newfoundland and Labrador for starting a lemonade stand to raise money for children with cancer.

 
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Canada is offering softwood lumber and steel to help with the reconstruction of Paris's famed Notre Dame Cathedral, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday after touring the iconic monument that was partially destroyed by fire in mid-April.

Not long after arriving in Paris, Trudeau visited Notre Dame alongside the cathedral's rector, Patrick Chauvet, and French Culture Minister Franck Riester.

He said it was an honour to be able to exhibit some of the solidarity Canadians feel toward their French cousins.

 
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The "blue light" in LED lighting can damage the eye's retina and disturb natural sleep rhythms, France's government-run health watchdog said this week.

New findings confirm earlier concerns that "exposure to an intense and powerful [LED] light is 'photo-toxic' and can lead to irreversible loss of retinal cells and diminished sharpness of vision," the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES) warned in a statement.

The agency recommended in a 400-page report that the maximum limit for acute exposure be revised, even if such levels are rarely met in home or work environments.

 
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Researchers in Germany have unearthed a new species of flying dinosaur that flapped its wings like a raven and could hold vital clues as to how modern-day birds evolved from their reptilian ancestors.

For more than a century and a half since its discovery in 1861, Archaeopteryx -- a small feathered dinosaur around the size of a crow that lived in marshland around 150 million years ago -- was widely considered to be the oldest flying bird.

Palaeontologists from Ludwig-Maximilians University (LMU) in Munich and the University of Fribourg examined rock formations in the German region of Bavaria, home to nearly all known Archaeopteryx specimens.

 
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Posted - May 16 2019 : 8:01AM

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Over 100 people have fallen sick following a suspected norovirus outbreak at two Vancouver-area hotels over the weekend.

Claudia Kurzac, Vancouver Coastal Health's manager for environmental health, says the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel and the Hilton Vancouver Airport Hotel were affected although a confirmation of norovirus won't come until test results are back next week.

Steve Veinot, general manager of the Sheraton at the airport, says it is sanitizing all hard surfaces, kitchens, public spaces and guest rooms.

 
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Posted - May 16 2019 : 8:16AM

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A mother has been banned from a Southern California school after she threatened a classroom full of students over the alleged bullying of her daughter.

Cellphone video aired Wednesday by KCBS-TV shows a woman confronting a class at Niguel Hills Middle School south of Los Angeles.

The woman vows to fight any adult relatives of kids who bully her daughter.

 
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Posted - May 16 2019 : 8:26AM

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The Philippines is recalling its ambassador and consuls in Canada over Ottawa's failure to comply with a deadline to take back truckloads of garbage that Filipino officials say were illegally shipped to the Philippines years ago, officials said Thursday.

Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. tweeted that the Philippines "shall maintain a diminished diplomatic presence in Canada until its garbage is ship bound there." The drastic move is the latest strain in Philippine relations with Canada under President Rodrigo Duterte.

Duterte threatened last month to forcibly ship the containers of garbage back to Canada and dump some at its embassy in Manila if Canadian officials don't take back the waste. Officials later set a May 15 deadline for Canada to comply.

 
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Posted - May 16 2019 : 8:35AM

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A missing pregnant woman whose body was found behind at home on Chicago's Southwest Side had been strangled, and her baby was hospitalized in "grave condition" after being cut from the womb after her death, police said.

The Cook County medical examiner's office identified the victim on Wednesday as 19-year-old Marlen Ochoa-Uriostegui and determined she died of ligature strangulation. Ochoa-Uriostegui was nine months pregnant when she disappeared April 23 after leaving her high school.

 
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Posted - May 16 2019 : 8:40AM

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The influx of asylum seekers to Canada has become a sustained political headache for the Liberals over the last two years and is likely to be the subject of divisive debates in the upcoming fall federal election.

The most heated rhetoric tends to revolve around tens of thousands of "irregular migrants" who have crossed into Canada through unofficial paths along the Canada-U.S. border since early 2017.

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