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Nancy Crampton Brophy, author of the essay How To Murder Your Husband, has officially been convicted of murdering her husband.

A jury in Oregon convicted Brophy of second-degree murder on Wednesday for shooting her 63-year-old husband, Daniel Brophy, in June 2018.

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Justin Trudeau has responded to the guilty verdict against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who killed George Floyd in May 2020.

On April 20, 2021, a jury found Chauvin guilty on all three charges against him, including second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.

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Three years after the rampage took place, the Toronto Van Attack verdict was handed down on March 3.

But even though this individual trial is over, one Ontario expert says the case could have long-standing repercussions for Canadians.

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Remember the MythBusters show!? You must have watched the Discovery Channel at least once in your life. I'm no Discovery Channel scientist, and the 2 guys from MythBusters have mad skills on me, but not all myths need Adam and Jamie for help (although it would be cool if they did!).

There's always that one person who tends to think they know everything. Whether it's about Manitoba's history, some random weird facts like how glowsticks are made, or they just like to correct someone if they're wrong. I wonder if someone reading this is like "I know how they are made" and if you just thought that, you might just be that person (or you also watch How It's Made).

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Let's face it. Growing up you only knew Main Street as the place where Science World was, but as you got older you realized that the gem that is East Vancouver is more than just The Telus World of Science. (Real talk, who liked it better as just Science World? Hands up.)

There seems to always be something going on 'out east' and anyone who lives there is guilty of doing at least something on this list.

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