Author: Scott Fox

Road Closures For The 2017 Invictus Games

Between September 23 – 30, 2017 the City of Toronto will be hosting the 2017 Invictus Games. Toronto Police have released a list of road closures due to the games. Here is what you need to know:

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Natural Gas Rates Are Going Down On October 1st

You don’t hear this very often … your natural gas bill is going down. The Ontario Energy Board has approved new rates for Enbridge, Natural Resource Gas and Union Gas, which come into effect October 1st. The average Enbridge customer

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Babysitter Charged After Young Child Dies After Being Left In A Hot Car

Update: Police have now laid charges against the child’s babysitter. The memorial outside an Etobicoke apartment building is growing as people drop off cards, flowers and teddy bears for a young child who died after being found in a hot

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The Government Wants To Suspend Your License For Texting While Driving

The Ontario government wants to raise the fines and penalties for distracted and careless driving. Under the proposed changes, the fines for distracted driving would increase from a maximum of $1,000 to (up to) $2,000 on a second conviction and

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Barrie Police Used DNA Evidence To Catch This Mouse That Robbed A Convenience Store

Police in Barrie say they’ve identified and charged a 19-year-old man who was disguised as a mouse when he allegedly robbed a convenience store two years ago. They allege the man, who was 16 at the time of incident, entered

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[Pics] The World Is Talking About The Socks Justin Trudeau Wore At The UN Yesterday

Some consider Prime Minister Justin Trudeau  one of the most stylish men in the world.  Yesterday he stepped out wearing an outlandish pair of Star Wars themed socks as he met IMF chief Christine Lagarde in New York.  The odd socks featured a

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Details On Why Some People Believe The Apocalypse Will Be This Saturday

A Christian numerologist says the world is about to end.  David Meade, a self-proclaimed “researcher,” is predicting that a series of apocalyptic events will begin on Saturday September 23 and, “a major part of the world will not be the same.”  According to

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Puerto Rico May Be Without Power For Months – Maria Now Heading For The Dominican Republic

Puerto Ricans say they will rebuild. Hurricane Maria leveled the island yesterday as a category 4 storm with winds of 240 km/h. The full extent of the damage still isn’t known but government officials say it could take months to

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Canadian Couple Is Selling Sponsorships To Fund Their Wedding After Groom Loses His Job

A couple from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan have recruited several corporate sponsors to help cover the cost of their dream wedding.  Jason Mielke and his bride-to-be Rebecca Hansen sought out financial help from various companies to fund their November wedding after Mielke lost his

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Police Looking For A Female Jogger Who Has Has Been Pooping On One Particular Lawn

The hunt is on for a female jogger dubbed the “mad pooper” who has been busted defecating on a Colorado family’s lawn for almost two months.  Police in Colorado Springs are now investigating after the family first spotted the woman

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Hurricane Maria Is Hitting Puerto Rico This Morning With 250 km Winds

Forecasters expect Hurricane Maria to make landfall this morning along Puerto Rico’s southeast coast as a Category 4 storm, punishing the island with life-threatening winds for 12-to-24 hours.  “As of 2:30 a.m. we count 10,059 refugees and 189 pets (in shelters),”

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Major Earthquake In Mexico

It’s absolute devastation in Mexico. A magnitude 7.1 earthquake hit the central part of the country yesterday, killing at least 248 people as buildings collapsed.  The hardest hit area was the densely populated Mexico City although the epicenter of the

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Apple Has Released iOS11 – Here Are The Features Of The New Update

Apple has released the new iOS 11 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod.  Here are the highlights from the update: 

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The Wet Summer We Just Had Means Fall Ontario Apples Will Be Some Of The Best Ever

It’s almost Fall and that means it’s apple picking season in southern Ontario. Ontario’s apple crop volume is expected to be about 20% lower this year compared to last because of the 2016 drought. However, the apples we do get

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Need A Vacation But Nervous About Going To The Caribbean? Read This List Of US Travel Destinations

If you’re ready for a vacation but all of these hurricanes have you nervous about hitting the Caribbean, this might be good information for you.  WalletHub looked at 150 of the most populated cities in the US to try and find

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