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    Canadian shot in head at Vegas concert begins long trip home

    Braden Matejka, a Canadian who was shot in the head in the weekend attack on a country music festival, left Las Vegas Wednesday on a 22-hour road trip back home. Matejka, a heavy duty mechanic and welder from Lake Country, British Columbia, told The Associated Press in a hospital interview on Wednesday that his ongoing symptoms prevent him from flying for 10 days. Matejka, who is employed in the oil, mining and natural gas industry, and his girlfriend Amanda Homulos, 23, had travelled to Las Vegas to celebrate his 30th birthday.

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    Maks Chmerkovskiy taks responsibility for missing dance with Vanessa Lachey

    There’s drama on the dance floor! Dancing with the Stars pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy left his celebrity partner Vanessa Lachey stranded this week when he failed to show up for their Guilty Pleasures-themed performance on Oct. 2. Alan Bernsten stepped in as his replacement, but the mystery remains: what is going on between the two? During the episode - which saw some super creative dance pieces - hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews announced that Maks, 37, wouldn’t be performing due to “personal issues.” The Ukrainian dancer has since said that he’s eager to return to the ballroom with Vanessa, 36, despite rumours they aren’t getting along.

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    More than 60 charges, 37 taken to hospital after street party in London

    Police say they have laid dozens of charges following an unsanctioned weekend street party attended by roughly 11,000 people in the university town of London, Ont. London police say the so-called "fake homecoming party" on Saturday stretched emergency services too thin, and the crowds made it hard for paramedics to get to those calling for help. "Our greatest fear is that someone is going to die or will be in serious medical distress and we will be unable to get EMS personnel in to assist due to the size of the crowds," said London police deputy chief Daryl Longworth.

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    Gunman's secret life thwarts investigators' hunt for motive

    The gunman behind the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history led a secret life that has so far thwarted investigators trying to figure out a motive for the attack. In an effort to try to crack Stephen Paddock's state of mind, the FBI spent hours on Wednesday interviewing his longtime girlfriend, who returned Tuesday from a weekslong overseas trip and said she had no inkling of the massacre he was plotting when he sent her to see family in her native Philippines. "He never said anything to me or took any action that I was aware of that I understood in any way to be a warning that something horrible like this was going to happen," Marilou Danley, 62, said in a statement read by her lawyer outside FBI headquarters in Los Angeles.

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    Conservatives savage Liberal government over cancelled Energy East pipeline

    The Opposition Conservatives are tearing a strip off the Liberal government over TransCanada's decision to cancel the Energy East pipeline project. "Today is the result of the disastrous energy policies promoted by Justin Trudeau and his failure to champion the Canadian energy sector," Raitt told a news conference on Parliament Hill. New Liberal regulations on Canadian energy projects have forced companies to adhere to standards not enforced in other countries, giving exporters in Venezuela, Saudia Arabia and Algeria a competitive advantage, she continued.

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    Moose takes midnight ramble across Calgary Transit station pedestrian overpass

    An antlered midnight-rambler is a bit of a social media star after casually walking through a Calgary light-rail transit station. Calgary Transit says a moose showed up on its closed-circuit television cameras early this morning as it ambled along a pedestrian overpass near the tracks. The transit station is in the city's northwest near the Bow River valley.

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