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USDA Recalls A Coffee That Is Having A Viagra-Like Effect

A Texas coffee company is recalling one of its roasts because it was making some men a bit too excited.  Bestherbs Coffee LLC issued the voluntary recall for its ‘New of Kopi Jantan Tradisional Natural Herbs Coffee’ after the U.S.

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Lottery Winner Is Giving Up $168 Million By Taking The Lump Sum Payout

U.S. Lottery officials say the holder of the sole winning Powerball ticket worth $447.8 million has come forward.  Winner Jeff Lindsay could have received his full $447.8 million dollar prize in installments over between 20-30 years. However, he decided to

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OJ Simpson Will Walk Free In October With A Lot Of Money

Yesterday OJ Simpson was granted parole from a Nevada prison. Simpson has served nearly nine years of a 33-year sentence after being convicted on charges including kidnapping, armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. Simpson does have conditions on his

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The 400 Was Closed Twice Yesterday Due To Serious Accidents

Two accidents caused closures along Highway 400 yesterday. The first crash happened around 1:30 pm, north of Newmarket. It involved a car and a tractor-trailer which spilled a dangerous substance, believed to be paint thinner. Some people stuck in their

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American Teen Can’t Remember Where He Parked At The Metallica Concert – Reward Offered If You Can Find His Car

The parents of a young man from Syracuse, New York, are offering a $100 reward for anyone who will scour Toronto’s parking garages to find their son’s blue-green Nissan Versa sedan. 19-year old Gavin Strickland attended the Metallica concert Sunday

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Everything You Need To Know About Today’s OJ Simpson Parole Hearing

Today is the big day. O.J. Simpson will appear before the Nevada parole board in a televised hearing to to request an early release from prison.  Here is everything you need to know about the parole hearing: 

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Ontario Electricity Prices Increased Twice As Fast As The National Average

A new report from the Fraser Institute says Ontario electricity prices increased twice as fast as the national average over the past decade and the average Toronto resident now pays $60 more per month than the national average. In Toronto

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Trudeau Remains Quiet As An Old Assault Charge Against His Governor General Pick Resurfaces

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is (so far) refusing to explain the government’s vetting process after potentially embarrassing information surfaced about his pick for governor general. Julie Payette was charged with non-felony assault in Maryland six years ago. That charge was

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Penguins Goalie Matt Murray Stops At A 7-Year Old’s Lemonade Stand To Support The Humane Society

A 7-year old hockey goalie from Thunder Bay, who set up a lemonade stand to raise money for the Thunder Bay and District Humane Society and Easter Seals of Ontario, got a surprise customer at his stand. Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender

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LPGA Issues Strict New Dress Code For Women Golfers – Critics Are Not Happy

Women golfers have been informed of a strict new dress code which forbids short skirts and plunging necklines.  The Ladies Professional Golf Association’s President Vicki Goetze-Ackerman sent a strongly-worded email to players informing them of the new dress code which

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The Top 15 Songs That Brides And Grooms Do Not Want Played At Their Wedding

A new survey asked over two dozen wedding DJs to compile a list of the most commonly banned wedding songs. The list is of songs that brides and grooms have specified that they don’t want to hear on their big day. Here

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New Lawsuit Claims Uber Discriminates Against The Disabled

A new class-action lawsuit has been filed against Uber, claiming it discriminates against users with disabilities. A New York based non-profit filed the suit, which claims Uber doesn’t provide enough wheelchair-accessible vehicles. They claim it is a “vastly inferior” service

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Police Looking For This Animal Cruelty Suspect

Toronto Police have asked for the public’s assistance in finding a man wanted for animal abuse at Lawrence Square shopping centre on July 11. They have a surveillance image of a man suspected of dumping a three-month old puppy in

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[Video] Cyclist Who Got Hit By A Car Ends Up Getting Charged Himself

** Warning: This video may be disturbing to some ** An Ottawa cyclist who got hit by a car, has now been charged for running a red light. It happened Saturday at the intersection of Lyon St and Laurier Ave

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New Survey Says The Majority Of Ontarians Support The Idea Of Buying Alcohol From Private Retailers

New polling by Nanos Research has found that nearly 60% of Ontarians would have supported or at least “somewhat supported” allowing the sale of liquor and spirits at private retailers if the LCBO had gone on strike back in June.

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