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RIM prepares for company overhaul as stock continues to drop

The Canadian makers of Blackberry smartphones saw its stock go down to around $11 late this week. This is a dramatic drop from its 2008 price of $150 a share, but according to Research In Motion and Canada's the Globe and Mail, the company has a plan.

Samuel L. Jackson, Zooey Deschanel star in new iPhone ads

Celebrities Samuel L. Jackson and Zooey Deschanel bring star power to new ads released on Monday for the new Apple iPhone 4S.

'Sin City' sequel confirmed and in pre-production

Frank Miller's "Sin City" will have a sequel and Robert Rodriguez will be returning as director. The film is currently in pre-production according to IMDB.com.

Actor Neil Patrick Harris to host Tony Awards

Legendary film, TV and stage star Neil Patrick Harris has been announced as host for the 2012 Tony Awards on June 10th in New York.

Robert Redford to produce Watergate documentary

Former " All The President's Men" star Robert Redford now has a new behind-the-scenes role in an upcoming documentary on the Watergate scandal.

Ontario religious groups rally against Liberal anti-bullying bill

Toronto - Concerned Catholic Parents of Ontario organized a rally to protest Bill 13 at Queen's Park on March 29. Bill 13 would see all Ontario public schools form a gay straight alliance to help oppose bullying on the basis of sexual orientation.

U.S. census says 46 million Americans are living in poverty

The most recent US Census report says that the American poverty rate was at 15.1% in 2010. That means 1 in 6 Americans are living in poverty. This is the highest poverty rate for the US since 1983.

Brits drink more than 5,800 pints in their lifetime, study says

A study has shown that the average Brit consumes about 5,800 pints of beer in their lifetime and suffer more than 700 hangovers.

Microsoft's Windows 8 will have an app store says company blog

Steve Sinofsky, President of the Windows Division at Microsoft, has confirmed that the new Windows 8 operating system will have an app store.

Suicide bomber kills mayor of Kandahar city

Mayor Ghulam Haidar Hamidi was killed by a suicide bomber on Wednesday. A spokesman for the mayor said the bomb was detonated in a hallway outside the mayor of Kandahar's office.

News Of The World phone hacking informant found dead in home

A Guardian report states that the reporter, Sean Hoare, who came forward about the alleged phone hacking going on at News of the World, was found dead in his home today.

Amazon rumored to come out with its own tablet by the end of 2011

The Wall Street Journal reports that Amazon will soon be competing with Apple, RIM and others in the tablet computer market.

Ontario: Humber College gets $64 million grant to expand campus Special

Toronto - The Ontario government announced this morning that it will be granting 64.1 million dollars to Humber College for its new student learning commons expansion.

Canada Post resumes delivery, what does that mean for Canadians?

Canada Post had their employees resuming their duties on Monday and Canadians should expect mail in their mailboxes today.

Ottawa sending Canada Post workers back to their posts

It's official: Canadian parliament has passed Bill C-6, which will send Canada Post workers back to work this week. The decision was made at 8:30pm Sunday night and comes into affect Monday night at the same time.

UN report names Canada number one source for synthetic drugs

According to the 2011 UN World Drug Report, Canadians don't have to look far from home when it comes to figuring out where all the bad drugs are coming from.

Female Rwandan minister gets life sentence in international court

Former Rwandan minister, Pauline Nyiramasuhuko, was given a life sentence Friday, for her role in the 1994 Rwandan genocide.

Cellphone reveals Bin Laden's links to Pakistani militant group

A cellphone of Osama Bin Laden's personal courier was found in Bin Laden's compound and contained contacts from a Pakistani militant group, The New York Times reports.

Actor Tobey Maguire sued for illegal poker game winnings

"Spider-Man" star Tobey Maguire is being sued for winning embezzled money in a high stakes poker game from former CEO Brad Ruderman.

Canada's household debt is $1.5 trillion: CGAAC

The Certified General Acountant's Association of Canada has stated that Canada's household debt has hit $1.5 trillion. What does this mean for Canadian families?
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