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B.C. Bride Emily Liao Ordered To Pay Photographer Kitty Chan $115K After Destroying Business

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia bride has been ordered to pay more than $ 100,000 to a wedding photographer for unleashing an online torrent of defamatory comments that eventually destroyed the business. The B.C. Supreme Court judgement says the attack on the integrity, ethics and reputation of Amara Wedding and its owner, Kitty Chan, was carried out by bride Emily ...

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First Male Gymnast Accuses Larry Nassar Of Sexual Abuse

A male gymnast alleges former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar sexually abused him during treatment for a shoulder injury ― the first male to publicly accuse the now-imprisoned serial predator. Jacob Moore, a former member of the U.S. junior team and now a gymnast at University of Michigan, said in a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday in… Sports

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This Tattoo Shop Offers Free Tattoos To People With Self-Harm Scars

Frances started to self-harm at age 11 or 12. It was “very minor” at first. She would do it as a cry for help — a way to cope she learned from others. “I wanted people to notice that I was struggling,” Frances says in the video above. But as time went on, it turned into an addiction. But now, ...

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Even By LeBron James' Standards, This Move Was Mind-Blowing

He couldn’t have pulled this off better in a video game. LeBron James’ slick scoring move Thursday added another amazing highlight to his formidable reel. He basically dribbled the ball around his back and through the legs of Cleveland Cavaliers teammate Tristan Thompson en route to a left-handed layup. Even James himself… Sports

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Air Canada Passenger Suffers Burns After Cellphone Catches Fire

TORONTO — A woman suffered burns to her hands after her cellphone caught fire on an Air Canada flight while it sat on the tarmac in Toronto, the airline said Thursday. The incident happened around 7 a.m. as the plane was at a gate before its scheduled departure to Vancouver from Pearson International Airport, said Air Canada spokesperson Peter Fitzpatrick. ...

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Critics Call Out Bill Morneau Over Comments About Pharmacare Study

OTTAWA — Health and labour groups are calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to remove Finance Minister Bill Morneau from the government’s national pharmacare file over comments he made about the freshly launched effort to explore the issue. The heads of three organizations allege Morneau presupposed the outcome of the study on national pharmacare by saying he supports an eventual ...

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