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John Lennon & Yoko Ono’s “Give Peace A Chance” Commemorated With New Coin

  The Royal Canadian Mint is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Plastic Ono Band’s (a.k.a. John Lennon and Yoko Ono) anti-war anthem “Give Peace A Chance” with a pure silver coin. The couple recorded the song live from their Queen Elizabeth Hotel suite in downtown Montreal, where they were holding their famous “Bed-in for Peace” protest. The coin features a rendering of Ivor Sharp’s famous […]

Cher Cancels Show Just Moments Before She Was To Hit The Stage

  Cher fans in Canada were left disappointed earlier this week when the singer canceled her concert in Winnipeg just moments before she was due to take the stage. Many concertgoers were already inside Bell MTS Place and had already caught the opening act, Nile Rodgers and Chic, when a crew member announced the cancelation, which was blamed on a […]

Facebook Deleted 3-Billion Fake Accounts

  Facebook says it’s deleted more than three-billion fake accounts between October 2018 and March 2019. The number comes from the social media giant’s latest enforcement report. The report also reveals that more than seven million posts were removed for hate speech. The company said that bad actors were using automated methods to create vast […]

Watch: 1st “Terminator: Dark Fate” Trailer

  They’ll be back! Linda Hamilton returns as Sarah Connor and Arnold Schwarzenegger is once again The Terminator in the first trailer for Terminator: Dark Fate. The two-and-a-half-minute clip, released Thursday, finds a heavily armed Hamilton coming to the rescue of a young woman (who may be part-robot herself) as she tries to protect herself and […]

How to Safely Share the Road With Semi-Trucks

    Driving next to a tractor-trailer on the interstate can be a scary proposition when all you’ve got to protect you is a wee little passenger vehicle. But if you take the following advice, published by The L.A. Times, you’re liable to be a lot safer when cruising next to semis: Start by remembering that […]