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The teenagers were in the woods near Mink Creek in Franklin County when they said they noticed a dark creature watching them from a ridge

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...tall, hairy biped by Roger Patterson on the Klamath River in California. Images have been taken more recently, including by hunter Rick Jacobs in 2007 who captured a beast using a camera attached to a tree. It was dismissed as a “bear with mange”.   Related search articles:bigfoot sightings 2013 recent bigfoot sightings 2013 latest bigfoot sightings 2013 Latest Bigfoot News 2013 New Bigfoot...

BMW is recalling almost 570,000 cars in the US and Canada because a battery cable connector can fail and cause the engines to stall

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...e ignition failure when the key was turned, and could even cause the system to catch fire. This most recent recall affects more than 504,000 cars in the U.S. and another 65,000 in Canada. BMW, Toyota and other automakers have experienced large recalls in recent years because they use common parts on multiple models in order to save money. Owners can call BMW with questions at (800) 525-7417. Rela...

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...eal estate properties in Canada. However, we could not help but think that the previous weakening of Canada’s economy—which is highly touted as an example of stability—may be an indication that Canada’s economy is in the process of stalling.   Related search articles:wayne dyer leukemia www xnxx canada com buy xperia z canada bigfoot canada 2013 tumblr vacation wife www canada nepal he...

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...youngest prisoner to be held at the Guantanamo Bay detention centre, has been returned to his native Canada. Omar Khadr had been held at the US base in Cuba since 2002, after being detained in Afghanistan aged 15. A military plane flew Omar Khadr, the last Westerner at Guantanamo, to Canada early on Saturday. He will serve the rest of his eight-year jail term in Canada. He pleaded guilty to killin...

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Conrad Black once controlled Hollinger International, which published the Daily Telegraph and the Chicago Sun-Times

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Former media tycoon Conrad Black has been stripped of the Order of Canada, the country’s highest honor. Lord Conrad Black was also removed from the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada. He served three years in prison in the US for fraud and obstruction of justice, and was released in 2012. Lord Black of Crossharbour remains a member of the UK House of Lords. He was awarded the Order of Canada,...

Air Canada has ordered 61 Boeing 737 MAX planes worth $6.5 billion at list prices

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Air Canada has ordered 61 Boeing 737 MAX planes worth $6.5 billion at list prices, a big win for the aircraft maker over its rival, Airbus. Boeing 737 MAX planes will replace Air Canada’s current fleet of Airbus narrow-body aircraft. Air Canada said the new planes will help it cut fuel and maintenance costs on a per-seat basis by more than 20%. Airlines have been keen to upgrade their fleets to m...

European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso and Canadian PM Stephen Harper agreed the deal at a meeting in Brussels

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...akthrough in negotiations” to achieve “a great agreement for both the European Union and Canada”. The deal still requires approval by parliaments and EU member states. European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso and Canadian PM Stephen Harper agreed the deal at a meeting in Brussels Once approved, the agreement aims to make it easier for companies in Canada and the 28-memb...

Canada's electronic spy agency collected data from travelers passing through a major airport

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Canada’s electronic spy agency, Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC), collected data from travelers passing through a major airport, the CBC reports. The CSEC collected information captured from unsuspecting passengers’ wireless devices by the airport’s free Wi-Fi system over two-weeks, the report says. The revelations come from documents leaked by Edward Snowden,...

A British-Swiss team will use DNA testing to investigate the origins of remains claimed to be from yeti and bigfoot

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...d if we don’t examine it we won’t know.”   Related search articles:Latest On Bigfoot 2013 giants dna testing latest bigfoot news latest info on bigfoot bigfoot body found texas 2013 2013 latest bigfoot news latest news on brian sykes bigfoot dna report for tn bigfoot sasquatch news 2013 sykes bigfoot Upcoming basquiat exhibits yeti and bigfoot latest bigfoot 2013 videos Hum...

In Toronto, 72,000 people were without electricity on Christmas Day

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More than half a million households in the north-eastern US and the south-eastern Canada are still without electricity after last weekend’s severe ice storm. Utility crews are working round-the-clock, but warn that some homes could be without power at least until Saturday. In Toronto, 72,000 people were without electricity on Christmas Day, officials in Canada’s Ontario province said....

Marmite is enriched with vitamins and minerals which are unacceptable to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency

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Canadian customs have seized a shipment of Marmite and Irn-Bru bound for a British foods shop in Canada in a crackdown on banned additives. Tony Badger, who owns Brit Foods in Saskatoon in central Canada, said he lost more than 20,000 CAD when the cargo from the UK was seized. Irn-Bru contains the Ponceau 4R food coloring, while Marmite is enriched with vitamins and minerals which are unacceptabl...

Air Canada has decided to suspend flights to and from Venezuela

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Air Canada has decided to suspend flights to and from Venezuela, citing concerns over security. Air Canada said it would consider resuming operations once the situation in Venezuela had stabilized. The airline operated three return flights between Toronto and Caracas per week. Twenty-nine people – from both sides of the political divide – have been killed in six weeks of protests agai...

The “catastrophic” winter storm that gridlocked traffic, left flights cancelled, and knocked out power in the East Coast, has pushed into eastern Canada

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The “catastrophic” winter storm that gridlocked traffic, left flights cancelled, and knocked out power in the East Coast, has pushed into eastern Canada. As much as 24in was expected to fall in some areas by the end of Friday, blown about by heavy winds from Quebec to Newfoundland. Authorities closed a 124 mile section of the Trans-Canada Highway in Quebec. The storm has been blamed for the death...

The Canada Revenue Agency said that 900 people's social insurance numbers had been stolen

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...site added that it was forcing its members to reset any password created on or before Saturday. The Canada Revenue Agency said that 900 people’s social insurance numbers had been stolen Canada’s tax agency was one of the first major organizations to cut services as a result of the flaw in OpenSSL – a cryptographic software library used by services to keep data transmissions priv...

Coca-Cola is offering the first ever hot carbonated beverage with warmed-in-the-can Canada Dry ginger ale

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Coca-Cola is offering the first ever hot carbonated beverage with warmed-in-the-can Canada Dry ginger ale. The company hopes to profit from the popularity of spicy autumn beverages with its new hot ginger ale in a can. Canada Dry Hot Ginger Ale will be dispensed pre-heated from high-tech Japanese vending machines starting October 21. The ginger, apple, and cinnamon concoction is the product of ye...

The Canadian new plastic banknotes feature Norway maple leaves, instead of the Canadian sugar maple leaf

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...e leaf is featured on the new C$20, C$50 and C$100 notes, which were introduced in November. Bank of Canada officials say the image is a “stylized” leaf, created with the help of a botanist. “I think it’s just an after-the-fact excuse,” said Sean Blaney, senior botanist at the Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre, who first brought the image to the attention of th...

Pizza Hut Canada has launched a fragrance after receiving an enthusiastic response to a Facebook post

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...of freshly baked, hand-tossed dough”. Released as a limited-edition, its launch marks the Pizza Hut Canada Facebookpage reaching 100,000 fans. Beverley D’Cruz, Marketing and Product Development Director for Pizza Hut Canada, explained in a statement: “What better way to celebrate our Facebook fans than by providing them with a way to enjoy the fresh smell of Pizza Hut pizza whenever they wa...

The Japanese trawler is part of the 5 million tons of debris that were swept into the ocean by the last year tsunami

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A Japanese fishing vessel swept away by the March 2011 tsunami has been spotted bobbing in the seas near British Columbia in western Canada. The trawler is part of the 5 million tons of debris that were swept into the ocean by the devastating tsunami when a magnitude-9.0 earthquake struck Japan. The 23ft wall of water struck the east coast of the island nation following a 9.0 earthquake, sweeping...

A small passenger aircraft crashed on Russ Baker Way, a busy street from Richmond, Canada, injuring all nine aboard, but miraculously all passengers were alive

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A small passenger aircraft crashed on Russ Baker Way, a busy street from Richmond, Canada, injuring all nine aboard, but miraculously all passengers were alive. The aircraft broke in half and burst into flames as it hit the ground near Vancouver International Airport on Thursday afternoon. Three people, two of them believed to be crew members, are in critical condition. A person on the ground was...

Taylor Van Diest, a teenager from Armstrong, British Columbia in Canada, who died after being beaten unconscious on Halloween was dressed as a zombie and covered in fake blood the night of her killing

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Taylor Van Diest, a teenager from Armstrong, British Columbia in Canada, who died after being beaten unconscious on Halloween was dressed as a zombie and covered in fake blood the night of her killing. Taylor Van Diest, 18, died in hospital on Monday. The teenager had been found unconscious near some railway tracks after a search by police, friends and family. Royal Canadian Mounted Police said o...

Parti Quebecois leader Pauline Marois was giving a victory speech in Montreal when shots were heard at the back of the hall

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...“The result of this election campaign speaks to the fact that the future of Quebec lies within Canada.” The almost six million people eligible to vote in the only majority French-speaking province of Canada choose 125 members of the national assembly (MNAs). Many voters contend that the main issue is Quebec’s flailing economy. The province is weighed down by a staggering C$184 bi...

Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson revealed he might have faith in something a bit more supernatural

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Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson revealed he might have faith in something a bit more supernatural. “Once upon a time a long time ago, I was in the dark woods and I heard this sound,” Phil Robertson told his granddaughters in effort to scare them to sleep during a sleepover. “It sounded like a big animal and I could growls and grunts.” “Was it Bigfoot?” Miss Kay Robertson interjected. “I didn’...

A tsunami triggered by a Canada earthquake has hit Hawaii without causing major damage

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Thousands of people across large swathes of the north-eastern US and eastern Canada are clearing up after intense snow storm Nemo

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Thousands of people across large swathes of the north-eastern US and eastern Canada are clearing up after intense snow storm Nemo. Several people died, among them an 11-year-old boy, and some 700,000 homes and businesses were left without power. In many areas, more than three feet of snow fell in a matter of hours, downing power lines, grounding planes and paralyzing transport. The states of Mass...