Category: News

McDonald’s Is Taking Cheeseburgers Off The Happy Meal Menu

McDonald’s will soon banish cheeseburgers and chocolate milk from its Happy Meal menu in an effort to cut down on the calories, sodium, saturated fat, and sugar that kids consume at its restaurants.  Bottled water will be added to Happy

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What’s Open And Closed On Family Day 2018

The long weekend is upon us. Monday is Family Day, which is a provincial holiday in Ontario. Here is a handy list of what is open and closed:

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Severe Turbulence Injured Two Air Canada Flight Attendants Last Night

An Air Canada flight on it’s way to Costa Rica last night was forced to turn around after the plane hit severe turbulence near Tennessee. Two flight attendants suffered minor injuries, and were taken to hospital by Peel Paramedics after

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The Legalization Of Recreational Marijuana Has Been Delayed To August Or September

The federal government has confirmed that Canadians will not be able to legally buy recreational marijuana on Canada Day, or even in the month of July.  Instead, you will have to wait until August or possibly even later. The senate

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[Video] Dogs From Same Litter Recognize Each Other – A Year Later

This video made me smile. I hope it does the same for you! It’s a beautiful story.. According to Pam Corwin, she saw “two couples (who didn’t know each other) [who] were walking towards each other with identical dogs. Suddenly, the

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It’s National Flag Day In Canada And The Government Wants To See Your Selfies

Especially with the Olympics on, today is a great day to wave the red and white. This is National Flag Day in Canada! On February 15, 1965 our national flag was raised for the first time on Parliament Hill. Then, in

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February 15 Winter Games Update: Canada Wins Gold In Speed Skating

UPDATE: 8:25am: Canada has won a silver medal in Luge. The team of Alex Gough and Sam Edney and doubles duo Tristan Walker and Justin Snith won silver with a relay time of two minutes 24.872 seconds. Update: 7:50am: Canadian speedskater Ted-Jen

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[Video] 17 Students Killed During Florida School Shooting

Just before gunfire rang out at a high school in Parkland, Florida yesterday, some students thought they were having another fire drill. Authorities say a gunman pulled the alarm minutes before dismissal to flush the students out into the hallways.

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[Video] Patrick Brown Challenges His Accusers To File Charges

Former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown did a TV interview with Global News last night.  Brown is sticking with his story that he did nothing wrong and challenging his accusers to call police and have charges filed.  Yesterday, CTV updated

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Introducing Jack Daniels Coffee

This is cool if you like Whisky. Jack Daniels has announced a partnership with World of Coffee, Inc.  Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey Coffee is made with 100 percent Arabica coffee and infused with the signature Old No. 7.  The blend is

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Urgent Appeal For Blood Donors In Hamilton, Barrie, KW And Several Other Areas

Canadian Blood Services has put out an urgent appeal for blood donors in several areas around the GTA. They say there is a great need for donors in Hamilton, Burlington, Barrie, Oshawa, Kitchener-Waterloo and London. There is a 50% chance

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The Toronto Zoo Needs Help To Name Two Baby Rhinos

The Toronto Zoo is asking for help naming its two new rhino calves.  Seven year-old female white rhinoceros, Zohari, gave birth to a male calf on Christmas Eve and then Ashakiran — a 13-year-old female greater one-horned rhinoceros — gave

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Toronto Firefighter Missing In New York Found Safe In California

This is bizarre. Authorities admit they’re puzzled over how he got there, but a Toronto firefighter who was the subject of an extensive six-day search at an upstate New York ski centre, has been found safe … in California. 49-year

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Canadian Olympian Getting Death Threats In South Korea

Canadian short-track speedskater Kim Boutin has had to take down her social media accounts after they were inundated with thousands of nasty messages over her being awarded an Olympic bronze medal yesterday. Kim finished fourth in the 500-metre race, but

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February 13 Winter Games Update – More Gold For Canada

7:47am Update: Canada’s Alex Gough wins bronze in women’s luge singles. 7:35AM Update: Kim Boutin has won bronze in the 500-metre short track speed skating event. 7:18am Update: Kaitlyn Lawes and John Morris have won gold in mixed doubles curling. They defeated Switzerland

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