Monthly Archives: March 2017

Amber Heard Claims She's a Victim of Film Sexploitation Due to Allegedly Unauthorized Nude and Sex Scenes

Larry Busacca/Getty Images If Amber Heard‘s latest film is ever released, you may get to see her in her most explicit sex scene yet. Only the woman in them isn’t actually the actress, because she never shot it. In fact, she claims she didn’t even know it was filmed. Now she’s gone to court to try to make sure you’ll…

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McDonald's Canada reveals hack of careers website

The personal information of about 95,000 online job applicants was compromised in a recent cyberattack on a McDonald’s Canada careers website, the restaurant chain said Friday. The company said people affected are those who applied online for a job between March 2014 and March 2017.  McDonald’s said the compromised personal information included names, addresses, email…

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Ebertfest Announces Final Slate of Films for 2017

The 19th Annual Roger Ebert’s Film Festival co-founded and hosted by Chaz Ebert, also known as Ebertfest, announced today the final slate of films in this year’s festival. The additional lineup will include screenings of “Being There” with cinematographer Caleb Deschanel attending; “De-Lovely,” with director and producer Irwin Winkler in attendance and followed by a…

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Alberta boosts funding to improve access to trained service dogs

The provincial government is funding a new pilot project to increase the number of qualified service dogs in Alberta. Six organizations will split $250,000 to train dogs to international standards and certify previously trained dogs, the government announced Friday. The province hopes to use the pilot project to create a list of qualified service dog…

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