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CBT: Pain and Pleasure?

There is no polite way to say the word for the ‘C’ in CBT, so I will come out and say it, CBT means Cock and Ball Torture.  Just saying these words would make most men cringe, while making other’s dicks stand up and say “HI.” For those people who find pain to be pleasurable, will certainly find this article …

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Meet Canada’s next basketball star

When Laeticia Amihere stepped in front of a cross-court pass for a steal at the top of the key in the defensive zone, the mood in the sparse gymnasium in Hampton, Va., during a women’s basketball tournament, had been rather sombre. Knocking it forward, Amihere collected the basketball near mid-court and, after a couple of powerful strides, rose toward the basket …

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Kia Nurse brings UConn home for the holidays

With Kia Nurse’s stellar four-year basketball career at the University of Connecticut drawing to a close, it seems fitting that the institution would want to honour the Canadian with a special game. That game will be on Friday night in Toronto at Ryerson University’s Mattamy Athletic Centre, when the powerhouse Huskies will play the Duquesne University Dukes in an out-of-country …

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Victoria’s Secret : Retour sur le défilé 2017

Direction la Chine pour découvrir les images du défilé Victoria’s Secret. Ailes sur le dos et sourire aux lèvres, les plus belles femmes du monde étaient au rendez-vous. Décryptage du show de l’année. Après un an de suspens, le défilé Victoria’s Secret 2017 a enfin répondu aux attentes de ses fans du monde entier. Les collections présentées lundi 20 novembre 2017 à Shanghai ont …

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U.S. upholds nearly 300 per cent tariffs on Bombardier’s CSeries

The United States Department of Commerce upheld a preliminary decision and hit Bombardier Inc. with a slightly reduced 292.31 per cent tariff on Wednesday after it concluded the Montreal-based company had been dumping its CSeries aircraft into the U.S. market and had received unfair government subsidies. The Department of Commerce’s final investigation found that Bombardier had sold CSeries jets to U.S. …

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Rocket beat Crunch 5-2 to halt losing streak at five

LAVAL – Adam Cracknell had two goals and Chris Terry scored once adding three assists, as the Laval Rocket snapped a five-game losing streak with a 5-2 win over the Syracuse Crunch Wednesday night, in American Hockey League action at Place Bell. Nikita Scherbak had a goal and set up two more for the Rocket (11-13-6) while Brett Lernout added …

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Struggling malls lure shoppers with upscale dining, entertainment options

LOS ANGELES—Shoppers braving the mall this holiday season may notice more that’s new than the day’s discounts. Many mall owners are spending billions to add more upscale restaurants and bars, premium movie theatres with dine-in options, bowling alleys and similar amenities. Some have turned swaths of space that previously housed department stores over to health clubs and grocery stores. Others …

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Apotex focused on navigating past ‘terrible tragedy’ after death of founder Barry Sherman

Apotex Inc., the Toronto-based pharmaceutical company that employs more than 6,000 people across Canada and 11,000 worldwide, faces challenges on a number of fronts as the firm and its employees grapple with the sudden death of Barry Sherman, its founder and chair. The generic drug-maker, the largest Canadian-owned pharmaceutical company with an estimated $1.6 billion in 2016 sales, said Tuesday …

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Ottawa spending $80M for research on preventing, studying oil spills

HALIFAX—The federal government is spending $80 million on oil spill research, looking at how to prevent spills as well as their effect on the marine environment. “Our government is committed to protecting our marine and coastal areas so that they are safeguarded for future generations,” said Treasury Board President Scott Brison. He announced the funding Monday at the Bedford Institute …

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Your airline ticket doesn’t always promise what it once did

It’s not enough to look for the cheapest airfare anymore. Not when airlines are increasingly dividing and subdividing their cabins and charging separately for what used to be part of the fare. More legroom? That will be an extra charge. Overhead bin space? Only if you buy a more expensive ticket. In the new world of airfares, similar-sounding fare classes such as …

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