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Remaining Hydro Cuts Take Effect As Of July 1st

  Hydro bills in Ontario are set to drop July 1 as the remainder of cuts promised by the Liberal government come into effect.  Some of the cuts came into effect May 1, but as of next month bills will

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“Life Finds A Way…” June 22nd, 2018!

  Universal was promising something, and now they’ve delivered with the official Twitter account for J.A. Bayona’s upcoming “Jurassic World” sequel offering the first poster for the film and confirming its new title-‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’.   Jeff Goldblum, Chris

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A Family Reunion For Julia Roberts And Her Puppy!

  Julia’s dog once was lost, but now is found and back in her care!  All thanks to her neighbor and a mobile app that connects everyone in her neighborhood. A neighbor in Julia’s Malibu community found her chocolate lab,

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56 New Emojis Coming To Your Phone This Fall

Apple still needs to approve the additions, but the rumor is they will be available sometime this fall. 👉 Every new emoji for 2017. 56 from Unicode 10.0 + 183 sequences for gender, skin tone, flagshttps://t.co/VrsDgETwNx pic.twitter.com/cHNxq17emE — Emojipedia 📙

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Tomorrow Is National Take Your Dog To Work Day

Tomorrow, Friday June 23, 2017, is the day when employees bring their dogs to work. It happens annually on the Friday after Father’s Day. It is intended to be a celebration of the companionship between canine and human. It is

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A Caledon Home Had As Many As 100,000 Bees Living In The Walls

A Caledon woman has raised some eyebrows after it was discovered that she has about 100,000 bees living in her home. She knew she had bees in her walls but (apparently) didn’t realize there were so many until a friend

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The Government Is Launching A New Samuel De Champlain Tourist Route In Ontario

Think back to your Canadian history classes for a second and this might be a nostalgic road trip for Onatrians to take. The Ontario government has unveiled a new tourist route that will guide visitors on a path closely aligned

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Full Results From The Las Vegas Golden Knights Expansion Draft

Last night the NHL’s newest team, the Las Vegas Golden Knights announced their roster from the expansion draft. They selected Maple Leafs’ forward Brendan Leipsic as their Toronto pick and picked up several high profile players from various teams around

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Auston Matthews Wins Rookie Of The Year – Full List Of NHL Award Winners

The NHL Awards were handed out in Las Vegas last night. As expected, Maple Leaf’s star Auston Matthews won the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year. San Jose’s Brent Burns won the Norris Trophy as defenceman of the year.

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Starbucks Flies The Rainbow Flag Above Seattle Headquarters For Pride

Starbucks has again affirmed its support for LGBTI communities by flying the rainbow flag from its headquarters in Seattle. It is the fourth year in a row that it has raised the Pride flag for Pride month. The company posted

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Gay Guy Was Sent Home From Work Wearing Shorts In Hot Weather So He Came Back In A Dress

Being forced to work in a suit in hot weather can feel like you’re being melted by formal wear. Joey Barge, a 20-year-old call centre worker from Buckinghamshire, England, found this out when he tried to turn up for work

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Amazon Is Hiring 200 New Employees In Toronto

Amazon Canada says it plans to hire 200 more workers at its Toronto headquarters for positions in software development, engineering, programming, marketing and human resources. Amazon already employs 3,500 people across Canada between their offices and distribution centres, including 600

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OJ Simpson Could Be A Free Man This Fall

It’s possible that OJ Simpson could become a free man this summer.  Simpson has a July 20th parole hearing that could have him released from prison after serving more than eight years of a 9-to-33 year sentence. He was found

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Major Construction On The 400 For The Next 3-Years

The provincial government is widening a 10 kilometre stretch of Highway 400 between Vaughan and King Township.  When completed, the highway will be 8 lanes instead of 6. The extra lanes in each direction are being added between Major Mackenzie

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Absolut Celebrates Pride Month With The Relaunch Of Absolut Mix Limited Edition Bottle

Absolut Vodka is proud to announce that its acclaimed limited edition Absolut Mix bottle, which was designed in celebration of diversity and acceptance, will be returning to Canada this summer in honour of Pride month. Inspired by the six colours

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