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sunnewsnetwork.ca — Credits: REUTERS/BRETT GUNDLOCK TORONTO - Gawker is raising funds to buy the rights to the infamous video that allegedly shows Toronto's mayor smoking crack. And all that money would be going to Toronto drug dealers. The New York-based news and gossip website broke the story that there is a video they described as showing Rob Ford using a pipe.
deadspin.com — ESPN is laying off a portion of its staff today, a network spokesman confirms to us. How many? ESPN won't say. A tipster told us earlier today that it would be more than 400 staffers. A source at ESPN said that number is a little high, but it appears to be in the hundreds.
fullcomment.nationalpost.com — On May 9 - a week before the explosive publication of allegations about Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine, along with a screen-shot of the grinning mayor allegedly arm-in-arm with other crackhouse denizen - a local Toronto newspaper carried the banner headline "Mayor Spreads McHappiness."
business.financialpost.com — In late March, a Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. train derailed in western Minnesota, spilling 57,000 litres of crude on the frozen ground alongside the derailment. That incident was followed by another derailment a week later, in which another 64,000 litres of crude was spilled on the ground outside of White River, Ont.
business.financialpost.com — JANSEN, Sask. - Work is underway to contain a leak of crude oil after part of a freight train derailed in Saskatchewan. The accident happened as the Canadian Pacific Rail train was rolling through an area near the village of Jansen, about 150 kilometres southeast of Saskatoon.
indiegogo.com — Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smokes crack cocaine. Gawker is trying to purchase a video of Ford smoking crack cocaine. If we raise $200,000, the owners have promised to hand it over so we can publish it online. Gawker editor John Cook has watched the video, as have two reporters for the Toronto Star.
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