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Sharon Osbourne’s Crass Comments to Abby Lee Miller on ‘The Talk’

Former ‘Dance Moms’ star Abby Lee Miller was recently sentenced one year and one day in Federal prison after pleading guilty in her fraud case, and will begin serving her sentence in less than 45 days. While most people waiting to serve such a sentence would probably want to crawl into a hole and shy away from the public…

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Class Action Lawsuit Planned Against BC Place for Friday’s U2 Snafu

A class action lawsuit is in the works against BC Place after thousands of fans missed U2’s opening act, Mumford and Sons, on Friday evening. Despite doors opening at 5:30, concert goers said it as long as 3 hours for them to gain entry into the arena. The lengthy delays were caused by an issue with…

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If the Unicorn Frapp Wasn’t the End of ‘The End’, This Lawsuit Sure Will Be!

Starbucks is being sued by a New York cafe claiming the coffee chain’s recently popular, albeit limited edition Unicorn Frappuccino infringed on their copyright, and they’re seeking $10 million in damages! According to the federal suit, Brooklyn’s The End cafe claims its customers thought their Unicorn Latte was a knock-off of the colourful pink and blue Starbucks beverage. According…

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BC Human Rights Tribunal Sets July Hearing For Sephora Discrimination Complaint

The BC Human Rights Tribunal has accepted a complaint from a Vancouver woman who says she was discriminated against by popular makeup boutique Sephora earlier this year, and a hearing has officially been set for July. The woman, who wished to remain anonymous at the time of our initial publication, said that due to several…

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Don’t Call It a Comeback: Jian Ghomeshi Podcast Suspended

Well, it looks like Jian Ghomeshi’s comeback is going to be short-lived, because his podcast has been suspended by the company responsible for its distribution. In a tweet, ART19 says that while they played no role in the creation of the podcast itself and are simply a software company that is used by many individuals, they…

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Sephora Responds to Discrimination Allegations…With More Discrimination!

Sephora has responded to a BBB complaint filed by a Canadian woman earlier this week after it was alleged the popular cosmetics boutique discriminated against her disability – and, shockingly, the discrimination continues. “While we have partnered with our Distribution Center to ensure all orders placed on your account were properly packaged and inspected to ensure…

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Woman Claims Sephora Discriminated Against Her Disability

A Canadian woman has filed a complaint against Sephora with the BC Human Rights Tribunal, alleging the popular cosmetics company discriminated against her disability. The woman, who wished to remain anonymous for the publication of this article, says her problems first began in late 2016 when several of her ordered packages were not shipped out…

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Why Does the Media Continue to Defend John Furlong?

Gary Mason. Christine Blatchford. Larry Pynn. These are just a few of the names in the media who have been defending John Furlong all week long after it was announced that the former Vancouver Olympic Committee CEO had been disinvited from a speaking engagement for the University of British Columbia, and was instead replaced by…

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