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This film image released by Sony Pictures shows Jennifer Lawrence in a scene from "American Hustle." Lawrence was nominated for an Academy Award for best supporting actress on Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014, for her role in the film. The 86th Academy Awards will be held on March 2.  AP Photo Sony - Columbia Pictures, Francois Duhamel  Francois Duhamel Associated Press
Jennifer Lawrence among celebrity victims in leak of nude photos

Intimate images of dozens of celebrities, including Academy Award winner and Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence, have been leaked online by an anonymous hacker who claims to have stolen materials from more than 100 actors and singers.

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  • Johnny Demosten and Leslie Jennings, journeyman ironworkers in the oilsands, contacted Go Public about temporary foreign workers hired by Saipem Canada to work at the Husky Sunrise site. CBCCanadians expose foreign worker 'mess' in oilsands
    cbc.ca - 2014-09-01 5:00 AM

    Canadian tradesmen from a huge oilsands construction project are waving a red flag about safety hazards and near misses, which they blame on the use of foreign workers who aren’t qualified and can’t speak English.

  • Health Canada is ordering all citronella-based bug sprays off the shelves by the end of December because of "the absence of adequate safety data." CBCHealth Canada pulling last of citronella-based bug sprays
    cbc.ca - 2014-08-31 5:00 AM

    Health Canada is pulling the last citronella-based bug sprays off the shelves by December because of “the absence of adequate safety data.” The move has left scientists who advised Health Canada on the issue, befuddled by the phase-out. So are many consumers who prefer natural bug sprays.

  • A group of young children getting on the schoolbus; Shutterstock ShutterstockBack-to-school: 7 million students, 440,000 educators prepare for the new year
    cbc.ca - 2014-09-01 5:00 AM

    From tots to teenagers, students head back to school this week, waving goodbye to parents as they board bright yellow buses or say a teary bon voyage as they head off to a faraway university.

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Designed to simulate smoking, electronic cigarettes continue to be caught up in possible regulations and restrictions. Do you think they should be treated the same as cigarettes?

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  1.  
    40 %
    No. They came into existence for a reason – to be a less harmful alternative to smoking.
    788 votes
  2.  
    49 %
    Yes. A cigarette is a cigarette whether it’s a vaporized version or not.
    964 votes
  3.  
    9 %
    Not sure.
    180 votes
  4.  
    2 %
    Maybe.
    33 votes

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