Author: Scott Fox

Woman Suffered Second-Degree Burns After Her Fitbit Exploded On Her Wrist

A woman claims that she suffered second-degree burns when her Fitbit exploded on her wrist while she was reading a book. Dina Mitchell, from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, received her Fitbit Flex 2 two weeks ago as a birthday present before she

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Starbucks Baristas Whip Up A Rainbow Unicorn Lemonade Using The Frappuccino Ingredients

The Unicorn Frappuccino ingredients were only in Starbucks stores for a limited time but baristas wasted no time dreaming up secret menu items with what was on hand. While finding fun ways to make more tasty conconcoctions with the pink

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The Prime Minister Admits His Late Brother Got Out Of A Possession Charge Because Of His Father’s Connections

The Prime Minister did a pretty shocking interview last night with Vice Media about his plan to legalize marijuana next year. In it, Justin Trudeau admitted that his late younger brother was able to avoid a criminal record after he

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Look What The Capitals Tweeted About The Leafs Last Night

Photo Credit: Twitter: Washington Capitals The season is over for the Toronto Maple Leafs. They lost 2-1 to the Washington Capitals in overtime last night, ending the series in 6 games. Auston Matthews had the only Leafs goal. Matthews scored

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[Video] Teenage Soccer Player Sets Maradona Seven World Record

A British teen with aspirations to become a professional soccer player set a new world record for performing a well-known trick.  13-year old Tommy Boyd set the Guinness World Record for “fastest time to complete 10 Maradona seven football (soccer) tricks” at

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Frito-Lay Recall On Some Potato Chips

Some packages of potato chips are being pulled from shelves over Salmonella concerns.  Frito-Lay announced Friday it is voluntarily recalling Jalapeño Flavoured Lay’s Kettle Cooked potato chips and Jalapeño Flavored Miss Vickie’s Kettle Cooked potato chips. The company says it was because

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The Ontario NDP Promises To Create A Pharmacare Program If Elected Next Year

With the next Provincial election only about a year away (June, 2018), the Ontario NDP has made a huge platform announcement. At their convention yesterday, leader Andrea Horwath pledged that if elected, the NDP would create a provincial pharmacare plan.

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Certain Longo’s Brand Ground Meat Recalled Due To E. Coli

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall after a food safety investigation. Longo’s is recalling certain Longo’s brand ground meat products from the marketplace due to possible E. coli O157:H7 contamination. This recall was triggered by CFIA test results. The CFIA is conducting a food

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Are Your Bose Headphones Spying On You

Could your headphones be spying on you? A federal lawsuit filed Wednesday against Bose Corporation charges that the company tracks the audio content customers listen to through an app connected to their wireless headphones and sells that information without permission. 

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[Video] Man Makes A Movie Trailer To Propose To His Girlfriend

A film-obsessed couple who have watched countless love stories play out on screen finally had their own movie moment, after he created their own movie trailer to pop the question. After weeks of planning and editing, Ryan Langston, from Vancouver,

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Today Is National Day Of Silence In Support Of LGBT Students

Schools may be a little quieter than usual today. This is the internationally recognized “National Day of Silence”. The National Day of Silence is a student-led movement to protest bullying and harassment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students

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Court Rules You Can’t Sue Your Former Employer Over A Bad Job Reference

A man who sued his former employer over a bad job reference has lost the $800,000 dollar defamation case. Yesterday an Ontario court ruled his negative evaluation was accurate. Lawyers for Stokes Economic Consulting say the firm offered to give

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Today The Government Will Introduce New Measures To Cool Down The Housing Market

Today the Ontario government is going to unveil a package of measures aimed at cooling the Greater Toronto Area’s red-hot housing market. Premier Kathleen Wynne and Finance Minister Charles Sousa have hinted the measures will take aim at speculators, expedite

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Today Is 4/20

Today is April 20th or 4/20. It’s the unofficial day of celebration for marijuana smokers. That skunky aroma in the air today will probably be weed. This is the second-last time 4/20 will be celebrated while weed is still illegal

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Accused Impaired Driver Didn’t Even Realize His Tire Was Falling Off

A 38-year-old Mississauga man is facing impaired driving charges after the OPP stopped his vehicle with a tire falling off one of its rims. It happened yesterday morning around 6:00am on Highway 10 near Charleston Sideroad in Orangeville. Police say

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