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Air Canada luggage toss caught on camera (Video)

Air Canada luggage toss caught on camera

A passenger on a recent Air Canada flight was stunned after witnessing a baggage handler carelessly tossing luggage from a stairway into a bin several feet below. Dwayne Stewart, a passenger on flight AC137 from Toronto to Vancouver, was shocked when he saw an Air Canada employee throwing several pieces of luggage into a cargo bin about a dozen feet ... Read More »

Man Charged in ‘Heartbleed’ Attack, seize computer

Man Charged in 'Heartbleed' Attack, seize computer

Canadian police have arrested a 19-year-old man and charged him in connection with exploiting the “Heartbleed” bug to steal taxpayer data from a government website, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said. In what appeared to be the first report of an attack using a flaw in software known as OpenSSL, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) said this week that ... Read More »

Toronto Zoo asks public to name baby gorilla

Toronto Zoo asks public to name baby gorilla

The Toronto Zoo has a new baby gorilla and she needs a name — but it has to start with an ‘N’. To celebrate the newest addition to the Western Lowland Gorilla Troop, the zoo is asking the public to help name the bouncing baby girl. Born on Jan. 10 to mom Ngozi and dad Charles, the baby brings the ... Read More »

WATCH: Leashed dog survives elevator scare

Leashed dog survives elevator scare

Terrifying footage shows the moment a dog’s leash got trapped in an elevator door and he was nearly choked to death. Tamara Seibert watched in horror as Vado, her 50-kg Rottweiler, flew to the ceiling of her condo elevator after his leash was caught in the doors of the descending lift. Read More »

RCMP: Pedestrian killed on Highway 1 by semi tractor

Pedestrian killed on Highway 1 by semi tractor

RCMP have confirmed a man in his 50’s is dead after being hit by a tractor trailer near the Calaway Park turnoff, just west of Calgary. Calgary and Cochrane emergency officials were called to the scene just after 3 p.m. Tuesday. The man, who has yet to be identified, was pronounced dead when EMS arrived. Read More »

German Heli-skier killed in B.C. avalanche

German skier dies in avalanche near Revelstoke

Caught in an avalanche north of Revelstoke, a German heli-skier has been killed. RCMP Staff Sgt. Kurt Grabinsky says the morning slide occurred in the backcountry and buried the heli-skier in as much as three metres of snow. Bystanders dug out the man who received medical treatment at the scene, but Grabinsky says he died from his injuries. Read More »

Stéfanie Trudeau, cop charged with assault

Stéfanie Trudeau

A Montreal police officer best known by her badge number has been charged with simple assault in connection with a highly publicized arrest caught on video. Stephanie Trudeau, who is known to many simply by her badge number of 728, is accused of assaulting a man who was standing outside of his residence while drinking a beer. Read More »