PEOPLE IN BRIEF: Queen finishes Canadian visit

Queen finishes Canadian visit

WATERLOO, Ontario -- Queen Elizabeth II toured the headquarters of BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion and had a state dinner with the prime minister on the last full day of her nine-day visit to Canada.

The queen heads to New York today. There she will visit the site of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and also address the United Nations General Assembly.

Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty on Monday was expected to present the queen and Prince Philip with personalized BlackBerries with messages from him.

The queen visited Canada to celebrate the country's 143rd birthday and to mark the Canadian navy's centennial.

The queen is the symbolic head of state in Canada, a member of the British Commonwealth of former colonies.

Jam said to be made from Di's hair auctioned

LONDON -- The royal hair? Jam made from what its maker claims is one of Princess Diana's hairs is up for sale at an art exhibition in London.

The preserve, called ''occult jam,'' is part of a surrealist art show at London's Barbican Art Gallery that includes exhibits by Salvador Dali and Rene Margritte. The 5-pound-a-jar ($7.60) jam is both art and food, Sam Bompas, who founded catering company Bompas and Parr, said Sunday.

He said the preserve is made by infusing a tiny speck of the late princess of Wales' hair with gin, which is then combined with milk and sugar to create a product with a taste resembling condensed milk.

The hair was bought on eBay for $10 from a U.S. dealer who collects what he says is celebrity hair and sells it in extremely tiny parts.

Prejean marries Raiders QB

SAN DIEGO -- Former Miss California Carrie Prejean is now Mrs. Kyle Boller, after marrying the Oakland Raiders quarterback at a San Diego resort.

The San Diego Union Tribune says the dethroned beauty queen and the 29-year-old quarterback tied the knot late Friday in a private ceremony at the Grand Del Mar.

The 23-year-old bride made headlines last year after making controversial remarks during the Miss USA pageant.