September 2017

Warning: Distressing content. A Mexican tourist stabbed his housemate with a chef’s knife and said, “I have to sex with her or I have to kill her” during an attack in their Sydney home, a court has heard. Francisco Quibrera Villaescusa was living in the Chippendale share house with a British woman, who cannot be […]

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A paedophile who tricked scores of youngsters across the world into sending him nude selfies then blackmailed them into sexually abusing young relatives on camera has been jailed for 16 years. Remorseless Sunderland spray painter Paul Leighton, who created up to 40 fake Facebook profiles to befriend teenagers in the UK, Canada, the US and […]

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Vegas sucks. You know it; I know it; everyone knows it. Vegas is a booze-soaked money grab that if you’ve done once, you’ve done a million times. Yet every time the season rolls around, we all find ourselves booking that room at The Cosmopolitan (best beds of all time) as if we expect it to […]

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The Liberal Party’s support of marijuana legalization is popular with younger Canadians: an NRG Research Group poll released in March found 51 per cent of Canadians overall support marijuana legalization, but that number jumps to 60 per cent in those aged 18 to 34. With legal pot a little more than a year away, some […]

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Across Canada yesterday morning — or possibly closer to noon — pot enthusiasts woke up to find that the government may have decided on a date for the legalization of recreational marijuana use. Next year, celebrations of our country’s birthday may be known instead as Cannabis Day when recreational marijuana use becomes legal on July […]

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Imagine a time when it wasn’t accepted that drunk driving made you more likely to get in an accident, when there wasn’t consensus about what constitutes drunk driving, nary a clue about how to measure your impairment, and no idea about whether anti-drunk driving laws were necessary or how they should work. All of this […]

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