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Sinead O'Connor Blasts Family In Facebook Rant: 'You're Dead To Me'
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Sinead O'Connor shocked fans by posting a lengthy note on her Facebook page, blasting her family's "appalling cruelty" and blaming them for her claims that she's "taken an overdose." Writing that she was at a hotel under an assumed name, she writes ...
Sinead O'Connor Allegedly Posts Possible Suicide Note on Facebook PageBillboard
Sinead O'Connor 'safe and sound' after worrying message posted to Facebook accountBreakingNews.ie

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Toronto Sun

Toronto Sun
A 10-year-old boy will hear back from Santa thanks to a plea on social media for his address. Canada Post put out some online feelers after it received a letter from 10-year-old Michael Johnson, apparently from southwest Ontario. The post office says ...
Mystery solved: Boy who drew comic for Santa identifiedCTV News

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Michael Crummey awarded $50K fellowship from Writers' Trust
In a statement, the Writers' Trust called Crummey "a poet of tremendous skill and a novelist of truest heart." Crummey's award is one of three fellowships to be awarded to Canadian writers over the next three years, to celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary.
Michael Crummey awarded inaugural Writers' Trust fellowshipQuill & Quire

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