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Citizen based in Toronto, Canada. Joined on Nov 17, 2006

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Iceberg wedding on hold

A New Zealand couple's hot idea for a cool wedding -- tying the knot on an iceberg -- has been put on ice, local media reported on Friday.

Singapore Swing

Interestingly, every two months, dozens of couples meet in a pub in Singapore, have drinks, mingle, and then decide whether they want to sleep with one another.

How not to rob a store

When things go wrong for this thief, things go very wrong indeed.

The Globe and Mail reports that neighborhoods can be a health hazard

The Globe and Mail newspaper is reporting today that your choice of neighborhood can directly impact on how healthy you feel.

Suspected foreign spy is Russian says Canada

Government documents released on Tuesday state that the suspected forgeign spy arrest last week in Montreal is believed to be an elite Russian gent who had been pretending to be Canadian for more than 10 years.

Anti-Syrian leader killed in Lebanon

The International Herold Tribune is reporting that Pierre Gemayel, a Lebanese cabinet minister and strong opponent of Syrian influence in Lebanon, was gunned down in his car in Beirut, Lebanon on Tuesday afternoon, jolting a nation already paralyzed by p

Accused in notorious bathtub case on Trial Today

Jury selection began today for the 19 year old man accused of helping two Mississauga sisters plan the bathtub murder of their mother. The man, now 19, was 15 at the time of the alleged attack has plead not guilty.

One person shot near spot of Jane Creba killing

A possible drive by shooting occured in the Yonge and Shooter streets area of Toronto, near where Jane Creba was shot last Boxing Day. The shooting occured in a Shoe store on Yonge Street on Tuesday Evening. Further details are unknown at this time.

Soy Lecithin Identified as cause of Salmonella tainted Chocolate

Hershey determined on Thursday that a soy ingredient used in chocolate making was the source of a salmonella contamination that prompted a recall of two dozen products.

Tainted Chocolate causes factory to close temporarily

The Hershey Chocolate factory in Smith Falls Ontario was shut down earlier this week, and will remained closed until the Canadian Food inspection agency concludes it's investigation into potential salmonella contamination.

Alleged Russian spy arrested in Montreal Airport

An alleged Russian spy was arrested in a Montreal Airport Tuesday, and now Ottawa has issued a National Security Certificate in order to speed the process of deporting the man.
 

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