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Anonymous Jedi treats 140 at-risk Calgary youth to private Star Wars screening

Anonymous Jedi treats 140 at-risk Calgary youth to private Star Wars screeningAn anonymous donor brought new hope to 140 at-risk Calgary youth on Sunday by whisking them away to a screening of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.


Police release cause of death of Barry and Honey Sherman

Police release cause of death of Barry and Honey ShermanHomicide detectives have taken over the investigation into the deaths of billionaire Barry Sherman and his wife Honey after autopsies revealed the couple died from "ligature neck compression," Toronto police said Sunday night. Michelle Flannery said when asked to elaborate on findings from autopsies performed over the weekend. The statement said homicide detectives have taken the lead on investigating the deaths, which have been classified as "suspicious."  Homicide detectives have been involved in the investigation since Friday.


Ottawa 67's, Gatineau Olympiques get their turn on the outdoor ice

Ottawa 67's, Gatineau Olympiques get their turn on the outdoor iceHigh-paid NHL stars weren't the only ones who got to to glide across the outdoor rink at TD Place this weekend. On Sunday afternoon — one day after the Ottawa Senators shut out the Montreal Canadiens 3-0 in the NHL winter classic — the Ottawa 67's and the Gatineau Olympiques faced off for their own match in the biting cold. Fans bundled themselves in scarves, jackets and tuques and watched the QMJHL's Olympiques come away with a 4-1 win over the 67's, who play in the OHL.


Canadian grocers make $3M per year from penny-rounding: UBC study

Canadian grocers make $3M per year from penny-rounding: UBC studyGrocery stores across the country are cashing in on the demise of the penny, according to a young researcher at the University of British Columbia. Third-year economics and mathematics student Christina Cheng has written a paper that says Canadian grocers are making $3.27 million per year from penny-rounding. First, Cheng enlisted a friend and they spent about a month and a half documenting more than 18,000 prices at grocery stores, taking pictures of price tags and entering the data into a spreadsheet.


UPAC investigating after trash found buried under 200 Terrebonne homes

UPAC investigating after trash found buried under 200 Terrebonne homesQuebec's anti-corruption unit (UPAC) is investigating after 200 homeowners found buried trash in the ground under their homes in Terrebonne. "We went from a small file to a monster file," said resident Alain Brisebois. The company received multiple notices that they were infringing on Quebec's Environment Quality Act.


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