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Dr. Pimple Popper removes a woman's "third boob" that was actually a large lipoma growth.

  • German journalist to fight for acquittal in Turkish court
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    German journalist to fight for acquittal in Turkish court

    A German journalist charged by Turkey with publishing terrorist propaganda and membership of a terrorist group said she would appear in an Istanbul court on Tuesday to seek her acquittal, a move she said could also help lift a travel ban imposed on her husband. German citizen Mesale Tolu was one of tens of thousands of civil servants and journalists detained in Turkey after a failed coup attempt in 2016 against President Tayyip Erdogan. In a radio interview, Tolu, 34, suggested her decision to return from Germany and appear in court would signal respect for Turkey's judicial system which in turn might facilitate the lifting of a travel ban imposed on her husband, Suat Corlu, a defendant in the same trial.

  • All-season road to N.W.T.'s proposed Prairie Creek Mine approved
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    All-season road to N.W.T.'s proposed Prairie Creek Mine approved

    The federal government gave its final approval to the road to the Prairie Creek mine — an advanced-stage zinc, lead, and silver mine — last week. "The ideal time to build the road will be [first quarter] in 2020, with production in 2022," said Don MacDonald, president and CEO of NorZinc Ltd., the owner of the mine. More than half of the road will pass through the Nahanni National Park Reserve.

  • Fatal dog-on-dog attack leaves Edmonton owner shocked, saddened
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    Fatal dog-on-dog attack leaves Edmonton owner shocked, saddened

    When Carolee Penner moved to Edmonton this summer to be close to the Stollery Children's Hospital for her daughter's medical needs, her family brought along their dog, Lilly. Last week, the nine-year-old Shih Tzu-Chihuahua cross was killed by another dog in front of the family's condo building in the Parkdale neighbourhood, north of downtown. The dog was "a piece of home" for the family, who left their farm near Barrhead, and several other dogs, when they had to move suddenly to Edmonton.

  • 1st public trial of a driverless shuttle wraps up in Calgary
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    1st public trial of a driverless shuttle wraps up in Calgary

    The first ever public trial of a driverless shuttle in Calgary has wrapped up. The 22-day pilot project shuttled 4,500 visitors between Telus Spark and the Calgary Zoo. City transportation engineer Colin Chapman said riders had a lot of questions about the vehicle.

  • Russian-backed Crimea to boost trade, transport ties with Syria
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    Russian-backed Crimea to boost trade, transport ties with Syria

    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has tentative plans to visit Russian-backed Crimea in April 2019 and is in talks about starting regular passenger flights between Syria and the Black Sea peninsula, Russian news agencies said on Tuesday. Crimea has been under Western sanctions since it was annexed from Ukraine by Russia in 2014. Syria is also subject to European Union and U.S. sanctions.

  • Jack Russell fetches tissue when owner sneezes
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    Jack Russell fetches tissue when owner sneezes

    When his owner sneezes and points at the tissue box, Ari knows exactly what to do. What a helpful doggy!

  • Police commission to ask 'tough questions' of CPS leadership after HR head quits
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    Police commission to ask 'tough questions' of CPS leadership after HR head quits

    The chair of the Calgary Police Commission said he's disappointed but not surprised by allegations raised by the former head of HR with the Calgary Police Service. Sheila Ball said dictatorship-style leadership, and pushback when she attempted to reform what she described as HR policy that was decades behind the industry, lead to her resignation as Chief Human Resources Officer after just months on the job. "I'm extremely disappointed to hear that," said chair Brian Thiessen.

  • Musk says new autopilot chip to be available in six months
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    Musk says new autopilot chip to be available in six months

    Tesla Inc Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said a new chip that improves autopilot features would be available in about six months in all of the company's new production electric cars. In a series of tweets http://bit.ly/2QRIzAt, Musk said ..."~6 months before it is in all new production cars. Will be done free of charge for those who ordered full self-driving." Musk also tweeted that the new chip would improve the performance of Tesla's Autopilot between 500 percent and 2000 percent.

  • Experiencing different cultures: Regina couple gets married 15 times around the world
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    Experiencing different cultures: Regina couple gets married 15 times around the world

    Karl Fix and Sandra Beug have had some interesting experiences marrying each other again and again in different countries around the world. In Papua, Indonesia, this year to celebrate their upcoming 15th​ wedding anniversary, Fix wore a koteka -- a traditional type of codpiece that leaves almost nothing to the imagination. Beug declined the Dani tradition of the bride going topless for the ceremony, but Fix figured why not be authentic with his wardrobe.

  • Last stop St. John's: Cross country on bicycles raising money for kid's breakfast program
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    Last stop St. John's: Cross country on bicycles raising money for kid's breakfast program

    A fundraising duo rode their bikes just more than 6,000 kilometres to get to North Sydney, Nova Scotia where they would board the ferry to Newfoundland as part of a cross country fundraising effort for the Breakfast Club of Canada . Jamil Ahmadi and Sulaiman Hakimi, from Quebec, had planned to sail into Argentia which would make the pedal to St. John's that much shorter. "It was quite hard mentally, especially the first 25 kilometres in Port Aux Basques, super windy and we thought 'man, this is going to be very hard, this island,'" Hakimi said.

  • Qualcomm, FTC ask judge to delay ruling to pursue settlement
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    Qualcomm, FTC ask judge to delay ruling to pursue settlement

    In a joint filing in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California in San Jose, they asked a judge to delay ruling on the FTC's motion for partial summary judgment for 30 days. The FTC originally filed the lawsuit in early 2017, alleging Qualcomm used anti-competitive practices to maintain a monopoly on the market for mobile phone chips. Qualcomm declined to comment beyond the filing.

  • Bombardier meets 70 percent of delivery target for 2018
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    Bombardier meets 70 percent of delivery target for 2018

    Canada's Bombardier Inc said on Tuesday it had delivered 31 business jets in the third quarter, meeting more than 70 percent of its delivery target of 135 jets for the year. The company, which is in the middle of a five-year turnaround plan through 2020, said the backlog in its business jet unit rose to about $14.3 billion from $14.1 billion in the quarter. Separately, Bombardier said NetJets Inc, the luxury plane unit of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc, will take its first delivery of Global 7500 ultra-long-range business jet in 2021.

  • Major fire destroys historic building in downtown Magog
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    Major fire destroys historic building in downtown Magog

    A major fire razed a large historic building in the heart of downtown Magog in Quebec's Eastern Townships Tuesday morning. The building was built in the early 1900s and had businesses on the main floor, with two floors of apartment units above. In a press conference Tuesday morning, Magog Mayor Vicki May Hamm said the fire appeared to have been started after strong winds knocked a hydro pole down in front of the building.

  • Campers will be able to smoke cannabis at campsites in Canada's national parks
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    Campers will be able to smoke cannabis at campsites in Canada's national parks

    Parks Canada says visitors should do their research on cannabis before going to a national park because the rules vary in each province and territory. Officials said their approach to recreational cannabis when it becomes legal Wednesday will be consistent with how the parks and protected areas treat the possession and consumption of alcohol. "All relevant provincial, territorial or municipal legislation and regulations will apply in all national parks, national historic sites, national marine conservation areas and historic waterways within a given province, territory or municipality," said Marie-Helen Brisson, a national spokeswoman for Parks Canada.

  • Who's running to be mayor in Yukon's communities?
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    Who's running to be mayor in Yukon's communities?

    Five Yukon communities will elect their next mayor on Thursday — Whitehorse, Watson Lake, Carmacks, Faro and Teslin. Not all candidates responded by the given deadline. Candidates are listed alphabetically for each community, and their answers may have been edited for length and clarity. What is your top priority if elected?

  • Actress who helped trigger India's #MeToo movement 'inspired by God'
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    Actress who helped trigger India's #MeToo movement 'inspired by God'

    "I feel God used me to start something which had to happen," Tanushree Dutta told Reuters. "All these women had this buried deep in their hearts out of shame." Dutta, who said she was inspired by Christianity, Buddhism, yoga and the #MeToo movement in the United States, said last month that prominent actor Nana Patekar had sexually harassed her on the set of a movie in 2008. Patekar has denied wrongdoing.

  • Moncton Coliseum gets $240K safety upgrades to reduce ammonia leak hazard
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    Moncton Coliseum gets $240K safety upgrades to reduce ammonia leak hazard

    A fatal ammonia leak at an arena in British Columbia has prompted Moncton to spend almost $240,000 on renovations to the Moncton Coliseum. City council approved spending on the 45-year-old arena to detect and protect workers from potential ammonia leaks. Sherry Trenholm, Moncton's director of municipal facilities, said the province required the city to carry out the work or else shut down the ice plant that keeps the ice surface cool.

  • Firms cite law in Missouri boat accident, seek mediation
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    Firms cite law in Missouri boat accident, seek mediation

    Two companies facing multiple lawsuits over a summer tourist boat accident in Missouri that killed 17 people have invoked an 1851 law that allows vessel owners to try to avoid or limit legal damages as they also seek settlement negotiations with victims' family members. The companies' filing was in federal court in western Missouri, where multiple lawsuits are pending.

  • Kanye West meets Uganda's president, gifts pair of sneakers
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    Kanye West meets Uganda's president, gifts pair of sneakers

    Kanye West handed Uganda's president a pair of his autographed sneakers during a visit to the East African nation in which the rapper is said to be recording music in a tent. The 74-year-old President Yoweri Museveni said he and West held "fruitful discussions" on Monday about promoting tourism and arts. The couple has been vacationing in a national park while excited tourism officials see the visit as an endorsement of Uganda's tourism potential.

  • Delays block access to medically-assisted dying for some Sask. patients
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    Delays block access to medically-assisted dying for some Sask. patients

    A Saskatchewan doctor says systematic changes are coming to address delays that have stopped some seriously-ill patients from getting medical assistance to die. Dr. Lilian Thorpe, a member of the medical assistance in dying (MAID) team in Saskatoon, said it can take a long time for people to get approval for the procedure. "So by the time they get connected up with an actual person who might be able to do this for them, they might have lost capacity," said Dr. Thorpe, who is also a geriatric psychiatrist and professor at the University of Saskatchewan.

  • Greenhouse growers turn to cannabis to cash in on lucrative crop
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    Greenhouse growers turn to cannabis to cash in on lucrative crop

    In Leamington, Ont., which is the "sun parlour of Canada," according to the town's mayor, a growing number of fruit and vegetable farmers are switching over to cannabis or adding it to their crop production. "The greenhouse industry has grown steadily over probably the past 50 years. The cannabis industry has gone like this," said Mayor John Paterson, with a snap of his fingers.

  • Rescued deer introduces fawn to caretaker
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    Rescued deer introduces fawn to caretaker

    This is the first time Zoey the pet deer introduced her rambunctious little fawn, Stella, to her caretaker. How cool is that?

  • Edmonton exploring how to make public spaces safer for women
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    Edmonton exploring how to make public spaces safer for women

    Edmonton's public spaces need to be made safer for women and girls, according to a panel discussion about sexual violence held Monday evening. The panel at Lister Hall preceded the kick off of the United Nations Women's Safe Cities and Safe Public Spaces forum in Edmonton Tuesday, where global leaders and experts will explore methods for making public spaces safer for women. According to the 2018 Vital Signs report by the Edmonton Community Foundation, Edmonton had the second highest rate of sexual assault among major Canadian cities in 2016, second only to Winnipeg.

  • How 3 members of a Toronto family were hit by different drivers all in the same year
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    How 3 members of a Toronto family were hit by different drivers all in the same year

    On a brisk January morning, Katya Schmied got the message from her mother first. Schmied's sister-in-law, a hard-working mother of three, lived in the residential neighbourhood near the crash site, an intersection where six lanes of oncoming and turning traffic meet a quiet suburban street. Schmied, in a haze, told her husband to check his messages.

  • Municipality where bridge collapsed opening day doesn't regret declining provincial cash for better bridge
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    Municipality where bridge collapsed opening day doesn't regret declining provincial cash for better bridge

    Earlier this year, the RM of Clayton said no to $750,000 in provincial cash for a new bridge because officials believed the structure they would have been required to build was unnecessarily expensive. Instead, the RM built a less expensive bridge without provincial funding. The RM is already rebuilding the bridge even though the cause of the collapse hasn't been determined and a geotechnical study of the riverbed hasn't been concluded.