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Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales are presented with a toy moose by...

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales are presented with a toy moose by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police on May 19, 2014 in Pictou, Canada. (Chris Jackson/Getty Images/AFP)

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Here's a post-long weekend round up of news and tidbits to help you get going today.

1. More like Don Swear-y

1.The most polarizing figure in hockey commentary let his temper get the best of him last night, when he appeared to drop an F-bomb live on air during the Montreal-Rangers game.

You be the judge - Did Don Cherry say the F-word?

2. The wrath of Cannes

Canadian director Atom Egoyan’s latest film got booed at Cannes over the weekend. The Captive is a psychological thriller about a father looking for his missing daughter. It was also co-written by and stars a guy called Ryan Reynolds.

Here’s the trailer:

3. Deer closes highway

(Dave Abel/QMI Agency)

Toronto’s busy Gardiner Expressway is the last place anyone would want to be, so it remains a mystery as to why a deer was so jazzed about checking it out on Monday.

The highway was closed as cops and animal control tried to corral and tranquilize the young female.

The lucky animal will be released once the drug wears off.

5. Charles and Camilla head to P.E.I., Winnipeg

And speaking of lucky, how about those P.E.-Islanders?

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, will be in the province today to do royal stuff, such as attending a youth parliament and visiting a new seniors home. They'll be heading to Manitoba later in the day. The tour, which is supposed to cost Canadian taxpayers more than $720,000, ends on Wednesday.

Here's Charles with a moose the couple received from the Mounties in Pictou, Nova Scotia, yesterday. He looks genuinely pleased with it.

(Chris Jackson/Getty Images/AFP)

5. Mining officials arrested in Turkey

Eight people have been arrested in the Soma Coal Mining disaster in Turkey, which claimed more than 300 lives.

Reuters reports that the general manager and CEO of the mining company, as well as the company owner's son, were among those facing provisional charges of “causing multiple deaths.”

-With files from Reuters, WENN and QMI Agency


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