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Canadian actor Elliot Page is on the cover of TIME Magazine and it's his first interview since he disclosed in December 2020 that he's trans.

He shared his cover on social media and asked everyone to join him to "decry anti-trans legislation, hate and discrimination in all its forms."

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What began as a prank at Pete's Pizza Bunting has now turned into a heart-warming story that's been shared all over the internet.

Ontario local Benjamin Wasylina brought a frozen pizza to the St. Catharines venue and asked them to cook it as part of a TikTok prank on March 3.

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Les rassemblements privés, autant à l'intérieur d'un domicile que sur le terrain de celui-ci, sont toujours interdits au Québec. Des résidents de Bromont l'ont bien compris alors qu'ils ont reçu des amendes totalisant près de 10 000 $. 

Réunies ce dimanche après-midi autour d'un feu de camp dans une cour extérieure, les six personnes auraient eu la visite des policiers de la Ville. 

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A guy just told the story of his friend being attacked by a bear in the most nonchalant way possible via a GoFundMe page titled, "Bart got bit by a bear."

The fundraiser's organizer, Graham Kraft, casually described his friend's attack by admitting, "I unknowingly walked over a bear den and [Bart] got mauled."

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Reports have surfaced that Elliot Page has filed for divorce from his Canadian wife Emma Portner after two years of marriage. 

Page came out as transgender on December 1, 2020, and received an influx of support from numerous people including their wife, Emma Portner

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