Donald Trump will win the U.S. election, AI system says

Donald Trump will be the next leader of the free world, according to an artificial intelligence system that has accurately predicted the last three U.S. presidential elections.
The number-crunching AI, called MogIA, analyzes information from sites, such as YouTube, Google, Twitter and Facebook to calculate which way Americans are likely to vote.
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Livestream: The Jim Prentice state memorial [Photos]

A state memorial service will be held in Calgary today for former Alberta premier Jim Prentice, who was killed in a plane crash earlier this month in British Columbia.
We will be livestreaming the event here. It is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m.
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Montreal-bound Air Canada flight diverted to London

MONTREAL -- A Montreal-bound Air Canada flight was briefly diverted to London this morning due to an onboard medical emergency with a passenger.
A spokeswoman for the airline says the plane left Rome but was forced to make an uncheduled landing at Heathrow Airport.
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U.S. Senate candidate Kirk mocks rival’s family military past

Illinois Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk has raised his Democratic rival’s immigrant background and mocked her family’s history of military service, saying he had forgotten the congresswoman’s “parents came all the way from Thailand to serve George Washington.
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Rescue dog saves N.B. woman having seizure

A New Bruswick woman says the dog she rescued from her local SPCA ended up saving her life.
Eva Hachey said she wouldn’t be alive today, if her dog Bruno hadn’t gone for help when she was having seizure.
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'I have a pen. I have an apple:' viral hit PPAP sets Guinness record

The Japanese comedian behind the viral hit PPAP is astonished by the global success of his "pen-pineapple-apple-pen" song.
Dressed in his trademark yellow outfit with snake and leopard patterns, Pikotaro debuted a two-minute "long" version of his 45-second song before taking questions at a Tokyo news conference Friday.
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Mark Lindsay, son of former Edmonton police chief, handed 16 years for murder

RED DEER, Alta. — The son of a former Edmonton police chief who was convicted of killing a 31-year-old woman has been ordered to spend at least 16 years in prison before he’s eligible for parole.
Mark Lindsay, who is 29, was sentenced Thursday in a Red Deer courtroom following his conviction in May on charges of second-degree murder and obstructing justice in the death of Dana Turner.
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Mayor declares 'Paisley Park Day' as Prince museum reopens

CHANHASSEN, Minn. -- Prince's Paisley Park studio complex and home reopened permanently Friday as a museum honouring his musical legacy, and the mayor of the Minneapolis suburb of Chanhassen declared it "Paisley Park Day" in celebration.
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Jennifer Lopez set to produce, star in NBC's Bye Bye Birdie Live!

Say hello to Jennifer Lopez in NBC's forthcoming Bye Bye Birdie.
NBC says the actress-singer will headline its 2017 live holiday musical. She will play Rosie, the role originated on Broadway in 1960 by Chita Rivera.
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A new documentary called Sugar Sisters: Confessions of a Sugar Baby takes a first-person dive into the world of sugar dating, where young women spend time with wealthy, older men in exchange for cash and gifts.
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Dakota Access pipeline protesters use burned vehicles to block highway

Protesters ousted from private land where they tried to block construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline burned vehicles and built roadblocks along a North Dakota state highway where they faced off Friday with authorities.
Meanwhile, Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault condemned authorities' removal of the protesters Thursday afternoon — an operation that was the most chaotic turn in the months-long protest.
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Relaxed rules for wine sales take effect at Ont. grocery stores

BRAMPTON, Ont. -- Wine is now available on the shelves of select grocery stores across Ontario.
Eventually, the Liberal government says beer and cider will be available in up to 450 grocery stores, and 300 of those will also be selling wine.
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