Category: News

The OSPCA Has 100 Ducks That Need Forever Homes

The OSPCA is hoping people will be in the mood to “Duck The Halls” this Christmas. They have 100 ducks in need of homes up for adoption as part of its iAdopt for the Holidays campaign. The flock is currently

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Multiple Watches And Warnings Posted About Heavy Snow Coming To Parts Of Southern Ontario

Environment Canada has issued multiple watches, warnings and statements regarding winter weather that could impact parts of Southern Ontario today. Here are the details: 4:39 AM EST Thursday 06 December 2018 Weather advisory in effect for: Niagara Falls – Welland

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Radio Stations Facing Huge Backlash For Banning ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’

Radio stations across North America and their listeners continue to debate what should be done about the 1944 Christmas song “Baby It’s Cold Outside.”  The tune made headlines this holiday season when Cleveland radio station WDOK announced it would cease playing

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Canada Caught In The Middle Of An Unfolding Drama Between The U.S. And China

China’s foreign ministry is demanding the release of Huawei Technologies’ chief financial officer, who was arrested in Vancouver on Saturday and may be wanted for extradition by the United States. A Justice Department spokesman says Meng Wanzhou who is also

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New Study Finds Compound In Non-Stick Pans Is Making Men’s Penises Smaller

A new study found that a chemical commonly found on nonstick pans and fast-food wrappers may have a significant impact on endowment — and can result in smaller penises.  The research, which took place in Italy, found that those who

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Next Week Krispy Kreme Will Sell A Dozen Donuts For One Dollar – One Day Only

Krispy Kreme’s beloved “Day of Dozens” holiday deal is back.  On Wednesday, December 12 (or 12/12) the doughnut chain is selling a dozen doughnuts for just $1.  If customers buy one dozen doughnuts at Krispy Kreme on December 12, they

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Recall Issued On A Packaged Kale Salad

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is recalling a packaged salad due to possible Listeria contamination. The agency says Eat Smart’s “Salad Shake Ups – Sweet Kale” should be thrown out or returned to the store. Affected are 156-gram packages of

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Today Is The Funeral For President George H.W. Bush

Today won’t be an ordinary day. This morning is the funeral for former U.S. President George H.W. Bush. He passed away on Friday at age 94. Former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney is one of the few asked to speak

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Burger Kings Trolls McDonald’s Hard By Sending Customers To McD’s For A Whopper

Burger King found a new way to troll McDonald’s, by sending customers there.  In a new promotion called “The Whopper Detour,” Burger King is actually encouraging its fans to go to McDonald’s for the next week in order to get a

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Target Is Now Selling Ugly Holiday Dresses

Target is offering a line of ugly sweater-dresses just in time for holiday parties.  Their collection of festive knits has everything: a toy soldier, a snowman’s face, and even a two-tone blue menorah—all rendered into long-sleeve, short-skirted silhouettes. Each one takes

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Expect Your Grocery Bill To Go Up A Lot In 2019

Canadians can expect to pay more for food next year. A joint annual report released today by the University of Guelph and (Halifax’s) Dalhousie University estimates overall food prices will rise between 1.5 and 3.5 per cent, meaning the average

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Check Out The Pet-Resistant Half Christmas Tree

A British company is selling a unique Christmas tree online that features only the top half to protect it from babies, dogs and cats.  Catalog retailer Argos posted a listing online for a 6-foot “Half Parasol Christmas Tree” that only features

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Kathleen Wynne Testifies Before Committee Investigating Liberal Accounting Practices

Former Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne insists her government did not try to obscure the full financial impact of cutting hydro rates by taking on billions in debt, saying the accounting practices used and their effect on the province’s books were

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Police To Start Publishing The Names Of Those Charged With Impaired Driving

York Region Police say they will now publish the name of every person charged with impaired driving-related offences in an effort to curb what they have called a distressing trend. In York Region over the weekend, 16 drivers were charged

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[Video] Thunder Bay Police Investigating After Officer Allegedly Punches Someone On A Stretcher

Police in Thunder Bay are investigating a video that appears to show an officer hitting a person strapped to a stretcher. A shortened clip circulating online appears to show a female officer and a female paramedic standing over a person

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