CTV’s Jess Allen ‘Regrets’ Wording Of Comments After Don Cherry’s Firing

TORONTO — CTV says it is apologizing to anyone who was offended by comments made by a correspondent on its show The Social following the firing of hockey commentator Don Cherry. During the program on Tuesday, Jessica Allen said she doesn’t “worship at the altar of hockey″ and found in her experience that those who did “all tended to be white boys who weren’t, let’s say, very nice.″ She added that “they were not generally thoughtful, they were often bullies.″ CTV saaid Allen’s comments generated an extraordinary response. Many hockey parents expressed their anger. “We would like to apologize to everyone who was offended by the remarks, and let you… Read More

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Teen Assaulted At St. Michael’s Struggles To Cope, Parents Say

TORONTO — A teen boy still cannot address being sexually assaulted by his football teammates in the locker room at a prestigious all-boys Catholic high school last year, a youth court heard Thursday. The boy could not bring himself to write a victim impact statement because it would force him to relive the experience, the prosecutor said at a sentencing hearing for three former students of St. Michael’s College School. The three pleaded guilty to sexual assault with a weapon and assault with a weapon against two victims. Another teen also pleaded guilty to making child pornography for recording the sex assault with his phone. The boy’s parents wrote a… Read More

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Taylor Swift provoked fans to go after her rivals and now they’re being doxxed

Photo by Efren Landaos/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Taylor Swift wants the rights to her own music — and she may have just crossed an ethical line to get it. On Thursday afternoon, Swift asked her gigantic army of fans to get in touch with music industry talent manager Scooter Braun and former label boss Scott Borchetta to “let them know how you feel” about their attempts to keep her from performing her old hits on TV or using them in a Netflix documentary. That request, of course, would require Taylor’s fans to know how to get in touch. So they promptly began doxxing the pair, publishing what appear to… Read More

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B.C. Indigenous Leader Ed John Charged With Sexual Offences

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia Indigenous leader and outspoken advocate for children is facing sex-related charges dating back more than 40 years. The B.C. Prosecution Service says Ed John, a former leader of the First Nations Summit and former B.C. cabinet minister, is accused of having sexual intercourse with a female without her consent in 1974. The service says in a statement released Thursday that special prosecutor Michael Klein was appointed in February to look into allegations of sexual offences in and around Prince George involving one person. Klein has approved four counts against John for incidents are alleged to have occurred between March 1 and Sept. 15, 1974, it… Read More

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How To Eliminate Dull Skin For Good, According To A Derm

In a world where skin that looks like the sun is radiating from every pore is the aspiration, having dull skin can be, well, dull. The appearance of glowing skin can be achieved with highlighters and illuminators, but for true radiance, your only real option is a careful skin-care regimen. Before you make a dash for the skin-care aisle, it helps to know whether you have dull vs. dry skin. According to dermatologist Tiffany L. Clay, MD, a general lack of vibrancy and glow are signs of dullness whereas dry skin may peel or crack, have a tight sensation, or may also develop itching or eczema-like rashes. “Someone may have… Read More

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