Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Cyberbullying Task Force - Update

Support for the Cyberbullying Task Force has been so positive that it will take longer than expected to process all the feedback and recommendations from Nova Scotians.

The task force will have until the end of February to deliver its report and recommendations to help with the problem of cyberbullying.

"I have been very impressed with the high level of public interest and the willingness of many parts of our community to partner in finding better responses to the growing problems of bullying and cyberbullying," said Wayne MacKay, Cyberbullying Task Force chair. "Forging these partnerships takes time but is well worth the effort."

Along with presentations from experts in the fields of bullying and cyberbullying, the task force received more than 5,000 responses to the online survey and conducted 35 focus groups involving about 1,000 students from across the province. The chair also had several speaking engagements on the topic, including meetings with the public.

"Since the task force began, the response from Nova Scotians has been tremendous," said Education Minister Ramona Jennex. "Our partners recognized from the onset that the original timeline was ambitious, and I acknowledge the need for more time to process the enormous amount of input, especially from students."

To get a better picture of the scope and prevalence of the problem, and to find out what students think are possible solutions, the task force increased the number of student focus groups from eight to 35.

The Cyberbullying Task Force and Working Group are analyzing the information collected from the expert presentations, focus groups and online survey for use in the overall report.

For more information, visit

Over-Cooked Meal Lands Man in Hot Water

A man faces charges after an unusual break and enter this morning in Halifax.

At 5:08 a.m., officers responded to a break and enter in the 100 block of Main Avenue. The resident reported that when he woke up and he saw flames near his garage. When he went to investigate further, he discovered the flames were actually coming from his barbeque as a result of food burning. Additional investigation determined that the food in question was ribs that had been stolen from a freezer in the garage. A K9 unit attended and was able to locate a man hiding in a nearby yard. He was arrested without incident and found to be in possession of other items that were determined to be stolen. The victim was able to extinguish the fire, however, the meal was a total loss.

An 18-year-old man faces charges of break and enter, theft, possession of stolen property, breaching a weapons’ prohibition, carrying a concealed weapon and trespass by night. He is scheduled to appear in Halifax Provincial Court today.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

New Prince Tickets have been released!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

evenko and Live Nation have been advised that a series of excellent tickets have just been released from the production holds for Prince's Halifax concert tomorrow night at the Metro Centre.

Those tickets are now available at Ticket Atlantic Box Office at Halifax Metro Cente and at participating Atlantic Superstores outlets. Charge by Phone 902-451-1221. Online at or

Here are excerpts from some of the excellent reviews that have come in:

"Prince launches Canadian Tour in Toronto with ELECTRIC, three-hour show! The Pop icon tirelessly took the game crowd on a journey through 3 decades of his inventive catalogue with a joyous, relentlessly entertaining show...” - Macleans

"Let’s go crazy. Let’s Party like it’s 1999.Let’s spend three hours with Prince, and afterward try to think of anyone else who could give a concert spanning three decades of hits and nearly 30 albums…" -The Globe and Mail

“At nearly three-hours and 15 minutes show, it was clear that Prince knows how to put on an exhilarating, epic and exhausting concert- He turned the cavernous ACC upside-down!" -The National Post

“ His Purpleless launched hits Welcome 2 Canada tour on Friday night…and it was a whopper. Would you believe a three-hours 10 minutes-long concert, with 6 encores? - QMI Agency

Beyonce Helps Rihanna!!!

**It's SO great to see women SUPPORTING other women! It's something we needs to do more often!**


Rihanna who has been working non-stop and was allegedly on the verge of a break-down last week got some much needed advice from Beyonce who advised her to slow down and take a year off.

The Bajan singer, 23 lost it just hours before she was due to perform in Dublin last Friday. She finally took to the stage after making a tearful phone call to Beyonce, who was able to talk her down. Rihanna went ahead with the concert as planned and wrote online afterwards: “I’m so light-headed!” The star is suffering from exhaustion amid the stress of her gruelling ten-month, 101-date tour.

A source said: “She’s just a young woman who just wants to have fun, but she was feeling pretty low.

“It’s a mix of exhaustion and stress. She’s been partying hard to take her mind off things, but there are days when she wakes up and doesn’t even know where she is because of the traveling.

“It’s no wonder she is feeling down.”

Beyonce, 30, advised Rihanna to complete her tour commitments — then take a year off to relax. “The Crazy In Love” diva took a break in 2009 to spend time with hubby Jay-Z. The source added: “She knows Rihanna needs downtime or she’ll burn out.”

Being an entertainer may look glamorous, but it’s a grueling lifestyle! RiRi your fans need you to slow down and get some rest! Even her doctors have told her to slow down on her fun before it takes a serious toll on her health.

***Feel Better Rihanna!***

Friday, November 25, 2011

2011 HRM Christmas Tree Lighting & LED Light Exchange

Mayor Peter Kelly, members of Halifax Regional Council and sponsors, invite you and your family to the 2011 HRM Christmas Tree Lighting tomorrow, November 26 at 6 p.m. in Grand Parade.

This year, join Shrek for some interactive musical fun. Shrek and Fiona's anniversary is coming and Shrek has forgotten!

Can Frankie the Funky Forest Fairy Party Planner save the day?

This free event is for the whole family and features:

● Lighting of the HRM Christmas Tree

● A visit from Santa Claus

● Good on Ya Band

● Fireworks

● Soloist Tamara Scheme

Please bring non-perishable food items for Feed Nova Scotia.

LED Light Exchange :

● Bring two strings of traditional glass holiday lights for free recycling to your local tree lighting ceremony and receive one string of LED holiday lights in return - a gift from Efficiency Nova Scotia and Nova Scotia Power to help you on your way to energy savings

● Quantities are limited, based on a first-come, first-served basis.

● One LED set per person LED lights use 90% less electricity than traditional glass holiday lights

For more information, visit

True Blood For The Holidays


Thursday, November 24, 2011

It's Called I-Dosing o_O

Teens around the U.S are reportedly getting high by listening to MP3s that allegedly induce a state of ecstasy.

Digital drugs, also referred to as sonic drugs or “I-dosing,” are sound files that are downloadable, legal and popular with teenagers, theGrio reports.

Videos posted on YouTube show a teenager shaking violently, a teen-aged girl who appears to be disorientated leaping up in fear, and a young boy appearing to be in extreme distress.

Some songs have become popular on YouTube, receiving nearly half a million hits on YouTube. While many reactions to this trend have been skeptical, schools in Colorado have warned parents of the craze back in 2010.

While there have been no studies on “I-dosing,” experts say that they can be a gateway to real drugs.


Public safety - everyone has a role to play!

November is National Crime Prevention and Community Safety Month and the HRM Public Safety Office is encouraging you to play a role in public safety.

Be the ‘eyes and ears’ in your neighbourhood You’re in the best position to know if there’s an issue impacting safety in your neighbourhood. Report a crime by calling:

● 911 - emergency or crime in progress

● 490-5020 (Halifax Regional Police) or 244-7208 (RCMP) - non-emergency requiring an officer to be dispatched

● 490-5016 (Halifax Regional Police) or 244-7208 (RCMP) - to file an incident report. You can also report minor crime on-line at

Report crime anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submitting a secure web tip at or texting a tip - Tip 202 + your message to 274637.

Be a good neighbour

Make your neighbourhood less vulnerable to crime by:

● getting to know your neighbours. Knowing who your neighbours are and what is going on in your neighbourhood will help you to identify suspicious activity.

● joining/forming a Neighbourhood Watch group in your neighbourhood. Neighbourhood Watch provides a means of reducing the opportunity for crime to occur through the active participation of citizens in crime prevention. Visit for more information on Neighbourhood Watch.

● finding ways to engage with youth in your community.

Visit for more information on HRM’s Good Neighbours, Great Neighbourhoods initiative.

Be involved

Volunteer with a crime prevention/public safety organization. For information on volunteering with Halifax Regional Police, visit or call 490-6976. For information on volunteering with RCMP, visit .

Make crime prevention a daily practice

Staying one step ahead of criminals will reduce your risk of being a victim of crime. Visit for simple crime prevention tips you can incorporate into your daily routine.

Keep apprised of crime trends in your area Learn about policing and public safety in our community through the following channels:

● blog - chat with HRM’s Public Safety Officer at

● Facebook - join Halifax Regional Police and Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Nova Scotia

● Twitter - follow HfxRegPolice and RCMPNS

● RSS feed - subscribe to police reports and/or media releases at (Halifax Regional Police) or (RCMP).

● City Watch - receive email or phone notifications of imminent dangers and current issues. You can sign up for City by sending an e-mail with your name, telephone number, mailing address and e-mail address to

Visit for more crime prevention tips.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Wait what?

I live on a street that has no sidewalks, and I pay a Sidewalk clearing tax, so I read this press release, and it turns out that people who have sidewalks, in some places, are responsible for clearing them, or they are fined.....totes confused.....What do my sidewalk clearing taxes pay for?

The return of cold weather means snow shovelling season is upon us. At this time, HRM asks for cooperation from property owners in the former City of Halifax to make the winter season less challenging for individuals who depend upon clear sidewalks for safe transit.

In the former City of Halifax, the Municipality is responsible for sidewalk clearing service to District 10 Clayton Park West, District 15 Fairview-Clayton Park, and District 16 Rockingham-Wentworth. HRM will also clear all sidewalks on major arterial highways and bus stops.

In areas where the Municipality does not provide sidewalk snow and ice clearing - primarily Peninsular Halifax, Armdale, Purcell=s Cove and Spryfield - HRM By-Law S-300 requires property owners to clear any sidewalks abutting their property within 12 hours after the end of any snow fall, or 6 hours after daylight if the snow has stopped falling during the night. To enable safe pedestrian transit, sidewalks must be cleared to the bare pavement for a minimum width of 3 feet.

Property owners in violation of Part One of By-Law S-300 will receive a notice advising their sidewalk must be cleared within 24 hours. Failure to comply with the notice will result in the HRM removing the snow and ice at the owner’s expense and may result in the property owner receiving a summary offence ticket.

Call the HRM Corporate Call Centre at 490-4000 to register a complaint regarding a violation of By-Law S-300 or to find out who is responsible for clearing sidewalks in your area.

HRM Partners in Policing would like to advise motorists to adjust their driving habits in light of today’s weather.

Since 8:30 a.m. police have received at least 35 reports of vehicle crashes or collisions across HRM. Treacherous driving conditions have resulted in reports of vehicles being unable to negotiate steep or sharply curving roads. Police have shut down a number of roads either to investigate a crash or due to road conditions. The closures are sporadic and temporary, and motorists may be diverted along alternate routes.

HRM Partners in Policing are reminding motorists to adjust their driving habits and be mindful of the change of road conditions throughout the day and overnight. In order to safely arrive at your destination, slow down, allow extra time for your commute and ensure you leave extra stopping distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you. Motorists are also reminded to avoid going down steep roads until they are properly salted. Pedestrians are reminded to make eye contact with drivers and wait until the vehicle comes to a complete stop before attempting to cross the road.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

The top 25 stolen passwords:
























via The Globe and Mail

Shawn Hook - Every Red Light

Great Video from a breaking Canadian Artist. Turn It UP!!

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Katy Perry - The One That Got Away

Yuuuuuup!!!!!! IT's ON!

Recognize that guy??????

If you watch Storgae Wars, you know him as the guy that seems to constantly screw Darryll out of winning Storgae Lockers on the Show Storage Wars. Their Personal Feud aside, Dave has a new Feud to worry about.

Dave uses Yuuuuuup on the regular, to indicate that yes he will go up to the next price pont in an auction. if you to to the A&E website you can buy Y'uuuuuup t-shirts.

Now if you are a Trey Songz fan, you probably recognize that Trey often starts songs with the work Y'up, so, Trey has sent Dave Hester a cease and desist letter, stating that he has been using the word since 2008.

A couple of examples

Dave says, nope I'm trademarking the way I say, you didn't trade mark the way you say, the two sound COMPLETLY different. So...nah nah nah (not a direct quote, you get the point though)

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Operation Red Nose Needs Volunteers

Operation Red Rose (ORN), with its provincial sponsor Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) launched the 2011 Operation Red Nose campaign in Nova Scotia today. Throughout the holiday season, Operation Red Nose offers safe rides home to party-goers. This year, Safety Services Nova Scotia (SSNS) will be local host within Halifax Regional Municipality administering the program with the goal of making roads safer during the holidays. In 2011, the red-vested volunteers will be on the road Friday and Saturday nights, beginning November 25 through December 17.

Dedicated volunteers from the community along with corporate groups have committed to participate in the program and respond to requests for safe rides home during this busy party season. In 2010, 323 dedicated volunteers provided more than 500 rides throughout Halifax Regional Municipality. In addition to making roads safer, proceeds from the ORN program support local youth initiatives. "One hundred percent of the client donations within HRM are given to local non‐profit organizations that support Safe Grad programs. Every year, more than $1.3 million is raised nationally supporting youth oriented causes." declares Jean‐Marie De Koninck, Founding President of Operation Red Nose.

"Operation Red Nose is a key holiday service that the NSLC and its beverage alcohol partners are proud to continue to support," stated Terri Mosher, Communications Consultant with the NSLC. "The beverage alcohol industry as a whole has taken great efforts to promote responsible use of the products we sell and it’s great to see that from one year to the next, more people are acting more responsibly while enjoying the social occasions that come with the holiday season."

"As the province’s leading not for profit safety service provider for road, occupational & community safety, becoming involved in Operation Red Nose is a perfect fit", states Jackie Norman, President & CEO of Safety Services Nova Scotia. "We have a mandate to promote safe behaviours and provide safety education. I urge volunteers to come forward and assist us in keeping the roads safer during the holidays. Once again, donations received will go to a great cause – local safe graduation programs!"

This year is the largest Operation Red Nose campaign to date as the service will be available in 111 host communities in eight Canadian provinces in 2011. Last year, 55,174 volunteers provided 81,022 rides in communities across Canada. This year again, ORN needs the help of volunteers. Without volunteers, a successful campaign is not possible. Volunteering with friends, family or co-workers is fun, and helps keep roads safe. To download a volunteer application form, visit

This Hoodie Haunts me because I want one so BAD!!!

Maybe you've seen this hoodie on your facebook on the side of the page where those advertisements hang out. Maybe not I have no idea if everyone sees the dame ones or not. I LOVE THIS HOODIE AND I WANT ONE!!!!

I'm pretty sure it's easily re-created.....well, if you have a talent for sewing....which I DO NOT have. Since I spend an unusual amount of time in Hooded shirts, I feel like this could be my "dressy" Hoodie. I could even have multiple colour combinations.

Anyone have any idea about how to make this at home?????????

Seriously? o_O

Forget the three-bird roast and the caviar canapes this Christmas – a slice of Britain's 'blingiest' cheese is the festive must-have to impress your guests.

Priced at a whopping £60 a slice – that's £6 for a single cracker-sized wedge – the latest Stilton to be produced by Long Clawson Dairy is shot through with real edible gold leaf and gold liqueur.

Find out more here....

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

SNL does the Power of Adele - Someone Like You


Hot or Not? The Dress not the Girl. Obviously she's hot.

Sharni Vinson is the Girlfriend to Kellan Lutz. This is a picture of them at The Breaking Dawn Pt.1 Premier in LA last night.


But, what do you think? Hot or Not??

Friday, November 11, 2011

Snow White and The Huntsman Looks BAD A$$

Notice to "Occupy" Campers:

Notice to "Occupy" Campers:

Leave Victoria Park in Compliance with Park By-law

(Friday, Nov. 11, 2011) – Occupy Nova Scotia was put on notice today that they are in violation of HRM by-law P-600 prohibiting camping in municipal parks.

Notices were distributed to participants in Victoria Park today. The occupiers have been informed that under the provisions of the Municipal Parks By-Law camping without written permission is prohibited. Similarly, no one is to be in a municipal park between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. without the written permission of HRM.

“Council and the public have respected the right to peaceful protest and free assembly, but the time has come for the encampment to end,” said Mayor Peter Kelly. “Our parks are for all of the public, not an unregulated campground for some.”

Under the notice, the occupiers are required to take down their tents and other structures and collect their belongings so the park may return to regular public use. The content of the notice is included below. If the encampment does not disband, the by-law will be enforced.

The provisions of the Parks by-law will also be enforced in the Grand Parade.

“Since the departure of the protesters from the Grand Parade, we have made a significant effort to bring it back to the condition the public expect,” said the Mayor. “Camping will not be permitted in the Grand Parade or any HRM park.”

Here is the Notice they were given.


Friday, November 11, 2011

While the Halifax Regional Municipality has respected the Occupy Nova Scotia participants’ right to a peaceful assembly and their right to have their issues known publicly, it is now time to return Victoria Park, the Grand Parade and other HRM parks to the public at large and for protest participants to comply with the Municipal Parks By-Law.

Pursuant to Municipal Parks By-Law P-600

Camping in municipal parks is prohibited unless otherwise posted or by written permission of HRM.

No person shall erect or place in a park any thing for the purpose of temporary or permanent accommodation, unless by written permission of HRM.

No person shall be in a park at any time during the period 10p.m. to 5a.m., unless by written permission of HRM.

HRM will be enforcing this By-law effective November 11, 2011, by this notice you are required to remove any tents, belongings and any other items or structures from Victoria Park. Failure to do so will result in further enforcement of By-Law P-600.

By-Law P-600 also applies to the Grand Parade and will be enforced. While overnight occupation and the erection of tents or other structures for accommodation is prohibited under the By-law, all HRM parks remain a place for assembly and peaceful protest.

Mike Labrecque,

Acting Chief Administrative Officer

Some Remembrance Day Services Have been moved


Halifax Grand Parade

Camp Hill Cenotaph

Point Pleasant Park

Earl Francis Memorial, 7 Sussex Street, Spryfield

MOVED DUE TO WEATHER: Now at Canada Games Centre (previously at Korea War Memorial, Stratford Way in Clayton Park West)

Fairview Legion, Main Avenue and Hillcrest Street

Recent: HMCS Scotian Memorial Service at Point Pleasant Park has been moved to the HMSC Scotian


MOVED DUE TO WEATHER: Now at Old Winners retail space in Bedford Place Mall (previously at Fish Hatchery Park)


Legion Property, 1166 Rocky Lake Dr.


Sullivan’s Pond

Cole Harbour Place Cenotaph, Forest Hills Parkway

Caen Legion, 1341 Main Rd., Eastern Passage


Cenotaph, St. Bernard’s Church

Porter’s Lake

Cenotaph in Porter’s Lake, across from Superstore

Lower Sackville

Sackville Heritage Park, Memory Ln.

Beaver Bank (begins at 10:30 a.m.)

Kinsac Cenotaph, corner of Beaver Bank Rd. and Kinsac Rd. – Community Centre/Fire Station property

Windsor Junction

Windsor Junction Cenotaph, Windsor Junction School of Performing Arts on Windsor Junction Rd.

St. Margaret’s Bay

Seabright Legion, 11169 Peggy’s Cove Rd.


Cenotaph, Hubbards Waterfront (former fish plant site)

Hammonds Plains

Fire Hall, 2041 Hammonds Plains Road


MacDonald Royal Canadian Legion, Greenhead Rd.

Upper Musquodoboit

Valley Branch, 2768 Caribou Rd.

Sheet Harbour

Coursellette Branch, #7 Highway, Sheet Harbour

Oyster Pond

Four Harbours Branch, #7 Highway, Oyster Pond

Moser River

Cenotaph, 28879 #7 Highway

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Remembrance Day Services

FYI Some Remembrance Day services are being moved due to the forcast, as I get more I will update here as well as Facebook & Twitter....Here's what I have so far...

Bedford Legion will be moving their Remembrance Day service this year. Scheduled for Fish Hatchery Park in Bedford to Bedford Place Mall at the previous location of Winners store. Service will commence at 11:00 am as scheduled.

In Sackville, Due to the forecast of heavy winds and rain, the service will now be held at the Royal Canadian Legion, Calais Branch 162 on 45 Sackville Cross Rd. Beginning at 10:45 on November 11th.

October Impared Driving Stats.

In October, citizens and HRM Partners in Policing joined forces to continue the fight against drinking and driving.

Throughout October, police charged 84 people - 69 men and 15 women, ranging in age from 16 to 67 - with impaired driving. Of these incidents, 45 were identified by police during their patrols, 16 were identified after a collision had occurred and 23 were called-in by concerned citizens. In seven cases the driver refused to provide a breath sample and in three other cases the person was charged for being impaired by drugs. In two cases the blood alcohol readings exceeded 300 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood (mg%) which is more then three times the legal limit of 80 mg%. Officers also issued an additional 19 seven-day suspensions to people having a blood alcohol level between 50-80 mg%.

Driving while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs puts everyone in danger. In December 2009, MADD Canada and the Province of Nova Scotia launched Campaign 911 which encourages people to call police with information on suspected impaired drivers. HRM Partners in Policing continue to be encouraged by the number of citizens helping to play a role in community safety. If you have information on a drunk driver, please call 911.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

The Pants

LOLZ with the cast of Breaking Dawn Pt. 1

Damn, we are Canadian so we can't watch this video. It was fine this morning. Sorry guys.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Jonathan Lipnicki My how You've Grown

This is him then......

This is him now at 21

Thanks Perez Hilton for bringing this to our attention!

BOUNCE The Lines to see the Immortals!

Friday, November 4, 2011

Yes, Hedley is Coming to Halifax!!!!!

It's been phone call-a-palooza at the station this morning so here is ALL the Hedley Information I have!!

Tuesday, March 6 – 8:00 p.m

Halifax Metro Centre

with Special Guests: Classified, Karl Wolf & Kay


Tickets $43.00 - $58.00 (taxes and service charges included) on sale at Ticket Atlantic Box Office at Halifax Metro Centre and at all participating Atlantic Superstore outlets. Charge by phone   902-451-1221.

Online at or

evenko, Live Nation and Sonic Concerts announced today that Hedley will perform in Atlantic Canada with stops in Halifax on March 6, St.John's on March 8 and Moncton on March 10.

Vancouver’s multiplatinum selling chart-toppers, Hedley are back with their fourth studio album, Storms and a cross-Canada tour kicking off in Kelowna, BC on February 10, 2012.

Available November 8 and featuring the hot debut single, “Invincible”, Storms explodes with trademark Hedley anthemic pop songs “One Life” and “Heaven’s Gonna Wait”. “Invincible” burst onto the digital singles chart in August and in the first week alone sold over 14 000 copies – Hedley’s strongest singles sales debut to date - and in less than five weeks, the song is already nearing digital gold-selling status.

Watch the video here:
Storms also features frontman, Jacob Hoggard sharing co-writing credits with the Grammy Award winning artist, Babyface on the track “Stormy”. Hoggard also produced two songs on Storms (“Beautiful” & “I Won't Let You Go”) and one bonus track, (“All You Get Is Sound”).
The list of Hedley accolades is long, some recent highlights include: three consecutive double platinum certifications - Hedley (2005), Famous Last Words (2007) and The Show Must Go (2009); over 1,000,000 digital singles sold; 2010 JUNO Award for ‘Video of the Year’ (“Perfect”); ten consecutive #1 Videos at Much Music - a record for any Canadian band; four Top Ten radio singles from The Show Must Go alone (“Perfect”, “Cha-Ching”, “Don’t Talk to Strangers”, “Hands Up”); and listed as one of the top 100 touring artists in the world of 2010 (Pollstar, October 18, 2010).

Thursday, November 3, 2011

How to make your Poppy stay

Once you've put the pin through your coat, push the pin through the side of the poppy. BOOM problem solved!!

image via google image search

Another option is the buy one of the Remembrance Day pins for two dollars and a poppy, and use the pin to keep the poppy on.

And the title is.....Skyfall!

 After a ton of Internet speculation it has been confirmed that Skyfall is the title of the 23rd James Bond movie.

Joining Daniel Craig at a Photo call for the film were co-stars Javier Bardem, Naomie Harris, and Berenice Marlohe.

While Sam Mendes, who’s directing the film, kept quiet about much of what to expect from the film, he did tell journalists to expect “a lot of action” in Skyfall.

The film will shoot in Whitehall, London, Pinewood Studios, China, Istanbul, Turkey, and Scotland, Variety reports.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Halifax Regional Police officers are growing their moustaches in support of a great cause.

Through the month of November, residents should not be surprised if they see an officer with a little more fur on their upper lip. So far, 30 officers have joined the Halifax Regional Police Team that is taking part in The Great Canadian Police Challenge as part of Movember. The participants grow moustaches to raise funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer.

The HRP Team was organized at the patrol level and is excited to be supporting this important cause. For more information on Movember please visit

WHATTTTTT!!?? Is Bieber a Baby Daddy??

According to Star magazine, Mariah Yeater says she and Bieber , 17, had sex backstage at an L.A. show. Three months ago, she gave birth to a baby boy, and has filed a paternity lawsuit against Bieber, and asked for financial support from the singer.

In response, a rep for Bieber tells Us Weekly in a statement:

"While we haven't yet seen THE LAWSUIT, it's sad that someone would fabricate, malicious, defamatory AND demonstrably false claims. We WILL VIGOROUSLY PURSUE all available legal remedies to DEFEND AND protect Justin against THESE ALLEGATIONS."


According to Perez Hilton a Hearing is set for later this year......

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Creature Cups!!! YAY!!!

Check these out!

Adorable!! I want them!! 15 each or both for 24, get them here -->