Category: News

The OSPCA Is Reducing Cat Adoption Fees To Just $25 From Black Friday Through Tuesday

Ontario SPCA Animal Centres across the province are reducing adoption fees on all cats and kittens to $25 starting on Black Friday and continuing to ‘Giving Tuesday’ to help find homes for the many cats and kittens in their care.

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Uber Covered Up A Hack That Stole The Personal Information Of 57 Million Users

More controversy for Uber: We are just finding out that last year hackers stole the personal data including the names, email addresses and phone numbers of 57 million riders, as well as the driver’s license numbers of 600,000 Uber drivers.

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The Government Says HOT Lanes Are Saving Drivers About 10 Minutes Per Trip

It’s been over a year now. How are you liking these new HOT lanes on the highways? If you don’t have a permit, don’t worry. A lot of people don’t. And the Ministry of Transportation says that is intentional. When

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Health Canada Proposes A Series Of Regulations For When Pot Is Legalized

Legalized recreational marijuana is only 6 months away and now Health Canada has rolled out a set of proposed regulations for the sale of the drug. They are proposing cannabis workers get valid security clearances, issued by the minister of

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Check Out The New Pizza Pizza Dessert Item – Made Fresh In Milton

A big deal for a local farm has been announced. Pizza Pizza has chosen Chudleigh’s Farm in Milton / Halton Hills to supply their ‘Apple Crumble Pie’ as the newest Pizza Pizza dessert menu item. Pizza Pizza says they chose

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Study Says: Dog Owners Live Longer

Do you have a dog? If yes, it looks like you’ll live longer! According to the Swedish publication Scientific Reports, dog owners have less risk of having cardiovascular disease. Why is this? Because dogs provide “social support and motivation for physical activity.” 

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President’s Choice Reveals New Subscription-Based Service With PC Mastercard

If you often purchase groceries, cosmetics and food at Loblaws and Shoppers stores,

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Vancouver Driver Had His iPad And Phone strapped To His Steering Wheel

Vancouver Police pulled over a driver last week who had strapped his tablet and phone to his steering wheel.   The officer spotter the driver, wearing earphones, and noticed they were leading straight to the steering wheel, in a homemade car

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Two Pedestrians Killed In Mississauga And Brampton Last Night

Two pedestrians are dead after they were struck by vehicles last night in Mississauga and Brampton. One man was hit near Dixie Rd and Bloor St around 8:45pm. Peel Police say the 41-year old victim was taken to hospital in

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Not Everybody Is Happy With The Government’s ‘Tuition Refund’ Offer

Today is back-to-school for college students. In addition to cramming everything in to what’s left of the semester, students are also trying to reconcile yesterday’s announcement from the government about tuition refunds. Ontario’s Minister of Advanced Education says offering a

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Jose Bautista Got Married Over The Weekend

Congrats to former Blue Jay Jose Bautista… He got married over the weekend! According to Jays Journal, Jose and Neisha Croyle exchanged vows in a “lavish ceremony” in West Palm Beach on Saturday. Marcus Stroman was there, and he shared some

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US Navy Confirms One Of Their Pilots Did This

Officials at a Washington state Navy base have confirmed one of their aircraft was responsible for a contrail drawing of male genitalia spotted over a residential area.  Residents in Omak, where the image was clearly visible in the sky, snapped photos on

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Police Are Now Writing Tickets For Those Who Don’t Follow The New Rules On King St

As of today Toronto Police are writing tickets for those who violate the new downtown Toronto driving rules. The fine will be $110 and two demerit points will be given for anyone caught trying to drive through an intersection along

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The Weather Network Says We Are In For A Very Snowy Winter

The Weather Network’s winter forecast is out and it says Canadians should brace for lots of snow this winter. Weather Network chief meteorologist Chris Scott says snowstorms are forecast for December in the eastern half of Canada, while the western half can

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The College Strike Is Over – The Semester Is Being Extended – Students Go Back Tomorrow

The Ontario government has now legislated college faculty back to work, ending a five-week strike and paving the way for students to return to class tomorrow. Colleges plan to extend their semesters by two –weeks so that students won’t lose

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