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No Miss Paparazzo, no pictures, I'm eating!
by Elizabeth D'Angelo
Dec 4, 2013 4:53 PM EST
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by yvonne adams
Dec 4, 2013 9:05 AM EST
The locals told her that the fisher men were not able to get any fish so they were just collecting the dead fish instead. Another local told her that...
by Brian Dominguez
Dec 3, 2013 5:08 PM EST
Hog's Back Park has this beautiful walking path right next to the Falls.
by Elizabeth D'Angelo
Dec 3, 2013 1:01 PM EST
- Abandoned Las Vegas dogs find new homes in Canada by Lauren O'Neil Dec. 4, 2013 3:08 PM Foreclosed Upon Pets International has flown more than 1,000 homeless dogs from Las Vegas to Vancouver since 2008 as part of it's Canadian adoption program.
- Tippy the fainting squirrel inspires internet sleuths to seek diagnosis by Jennifer Dunning Dec. 4, 2013 2:47 PM Many people online are playing doctor, trying to diagnose the cause of Tippy the squirrel's fainting spells.
- Walmart mocked for selling knockoff of Banksy's Destroy Capitalism by Lauren O'Neil Dec. 4, 2013 1:37 PM Walmart is being panned across the web today after a number of Banksy prints, including one that reads "destroy capitalism," were found for sale on its website - all of them taken without the artist's permission.
- CBC viewers commend Senator Dallaire for car crash apology by John Bowman Dec. 4, 2013 11:20 AM Liberal Senator Roméo Dallaire spoke to the Senate and to CBC's Evan Solomon yesterday after he crashed into a lamp post on Parliament Hill, an accident he says was caused by sleep deprivation linked to post-traumatic stress disorder. Some on Twitter and in our comments questioned whether Senator Dallaire is fit to work in the Senate in his current state, but for the most part, viewers commended him.
- CRTC's new wireless code still allows Canadians to be price-gouged: CBCNews.ca readers by Jennifer Dunning Dec. 3, 2013 5:26 PM Canadians may now have new wireless rights under the CRTC's Wireless Code of Conduct, but they are just a blip on the long list of must-haves for cellphone customers, say many CBCNews.ca readers.
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