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May 20, 2018 11:00 AM Stargazing: David Cross and his blue man group

For some reason photos of Meghan Markle have been hard to come by this week, but you can turn to the print edition of your Sunday Star — possibly every single page of it this week — for that. Bradley Cooper’s girlfriend Irina Shayk is recounting his filmography to their infant daughter and from the looks of things has finally reached Aloha. Or The A-Team 9

May 18, 2018 5:08 PM Ontario regulator warns about 5 unregistered cryptocurrency groups

The Ontario Securities Commission is warning the public that several groups are promoting investments in cryptocurrencies without having the necessary provincial registrations. The OSC says Bitserial, Hypercube, CabinCoin and BaapPay have not provided a prospectus, as required, or received an exemption. It says none of the four, or a fifth entity called 10

May 18, 2018 2:38 PM Ebola outbreak in Congo not yet declared an emergency: WHO

Conditions to declare the Ebola outbreak in Congo a public health emergency haven't been met, WHO says. The World Health Organization has not declared the Ebola virus outbreak in Congo a public health emergency. The declaration of a "public health emergency of international concern" conveys that the outbreak is a priority to mobilize resources immediately 14

May 18, 2018 2:06 PM YouTube picks Toronto-raised Jessie Reyez to launch new marketing blitz platform

YouTube says it will launch a marketing campaign for each Artist on the Rise that includes commercial spots before YouTube videos, physical advertisements on billboards and public transit, and clips about the artist produced by the streaming company. Each chosen performer will also appear in ads on social media and in-person for fan events held at YouTube’s 11

May 17, 2018 11:36 PM GoFundMe charging $500,000 fee on $15 million raised for Humboldt Broncos

REGINA—Money raised in a GoFundMe campaign after the Humboldt Broncos bus crash will go directly to survivors and families of those killed, but a fee of nearly $500,000 is being deducted by the online fundraising site from just over $15 million in donations. Broncos president Kevin Garinger says Saskatchewan has legislation to deal with the administration 11

May 17, 2018 10:17 PM A defiant Wynne says the election campaign’s volatility makes room for any possibility

“I get the questions about ‘Are we frustrated, are we feeling dispirited,’ all of those things. All I can do is do the things that I believe are right and that’s what I’ve done all through my political career,” she said. “We’ve made a lot of decisions and the vast majority of them have led to real successes and then there have been some things that people 11

May 17, 2018 2:31 PM Miss America taps women for leadership spots

The scandal began when the Huffington Post published leaked emails showing pageant officials ridiculing past Miss Americas, including crass and sometimes vulgar comments about them. The emails included one that used a vulgar term for female genitalia to refer to past Miss America winners, one that wished that a particular former Miss America had died and others 9

May 17, 2018 12:34 PM Patrick Brown writing a tell-all book about his ‘political assassination’

Brown, who resigned early on Jan. 25 hours after CTV News broadcast a story alleging sexual impropriety with two women, is writing a tell-all book about his “political assassination.” “We were making great strides towards a more inclusive, modern, business-savvy Ontario. Yes, it appeared I would be premier of Canada’s largest province by age 40,” Brown 10

May 17, 2018 2:23 AM Nearly two years since Toronto announced Vision Zero, pedestrian and cyclist deaths are not declining

Within 24 hours of announcing the Vision Zero Challenge on Tuesday, a call for ideas on how Toronto can reach its target of eliminating traffic deaths, one cyclist was dead in the city and two were injured. The deceased cyclist — a man believed to be in his 50s who has not been identified by police — is the 89th pedestrian or cyclist to die on Toronto 9

May 16, 2018 1:14 PM Kurt Cobain's death scene photos will not be made public

Seattle journalist seeks release of 55 photos to dispute Cobain's cause of death The Washington State Court of Appeals has ruled that photographs from the scene of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain's death will not be released publicly. KING5-TV reports the court ruled Tuesday that the photographs are exempt from Washington state's Public Records Act and releasing 16