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Worlds Most Expensive House-Unbelievable!

Chateau Louis XIV in Louveciennes, France – which is a suburb of Paris- was the most expensive home  in the world for sale in 2015 at a list price of $301 million!    It was built between 2008 and 2001.According

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Arctic Cruise Is of 2018’s Best Places To See In Canada

The digital magazine Vacay.ca advises travelers to go north…way north… as it rates Adventure Canada’s Arctic cruise as the number 1 vacation to take this year. Founder and editor Adrian Brijbassi said:  ” The Canadian North is being redefined because

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Survey Finds That Women Believe That Being In A Relationship Involves Harder work For Them Than Men

A new survey by data analysts Mintel shows that 75% of single women surveyed have not actively looked for a relationship in the last year, compared to 65% of single men. The main reason cited for the 10% difference is

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Canadians More Worried Than Ever About Texting and Driving

A CAA poll finds an overwhelming majority of Canadians think texting and driving is getting worse, despite moves by law enforcement to crack down and extensive public education efforts. More than  83% of Canadians  believe texting while driving is a

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New Years Resolution? Canada is Committed to Work-Life Balancing

As Canadians return from the holidays, new research finds they will work half as many hours to catch-up.  According to a recent survey, 71% of working Canadians report having to put in a substantial amount of extra work before and/or

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Hall of Fame Goal Tender Johnny Bower: One of The Toronto Maple Leafs and NHL Greats!

Whether you’re a hockey fan or not, you can’t help but know who Johnny bower is.  Nicknamed ‘The China Wall’  for his toughness and ability to stop practically any kind of puck shot.  Unfortunately Johnny passed away, after a bout

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Christmas/Holiday Lights Become More Popular With New Technology

LED’s  (Light Emitting Diodes) have emerged as an energy-efficient alternative to incandescent lighting.  Festive holiday lighting has proven to be particularly well-suited to LED technology.  Brilliant colour, easy to handle and good value, LED lights are available in a variety

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Scientists Say Gently Nodding Your Head Makes You A Third More Likable

According to new research, scientists suggest that a polite nod of the head can make a person almost a third more likable and increases their approach-ability by almost half.  Results showed that head shaking, had no effects on the ratings

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Santa is Cleared for Take-Off!

The Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, has reviewed and approved Santa’s flight plan for his upcoming trip around-the-world. Transport Canada’s on-site inspector and medical examiner also agree that the eco-sleigh passes inspection and Santa and his reindeer are fit

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Rudolph Was Almost Named Reginald!

A copywriter named Robert L. May first invented the oddball reindeer back in 1939 as a marketing gimmick for the department store Montgomery-Ward’s holiday colouring books. May considered  the names ‘Reginald’  and even, ‘Rollo’ !  At the time, his nose

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Christmas Traditions: Roller Skating To Church in Venezuela

Do you love Christmas, but think it could be improved by a bit of…roller-blading?  If so, visit Caracas, Venezuela this year.Every Christmas Eve the city’s residents head to church, early in the morning-so far, so normal- but, for reasons known

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Nearly 2/3 of Canadians say Holiday Spending is Out of Control

Holiday shopping budgets are up 8% from last year. That translates to $650 and Canadians plan on spending another $300 on entertaining and other celebrations over the Christmas and Holiday season. Fully half of Canadians admit that they only somewhat

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Hanukkah Begins This Evening

At sunset today,  Jewish communities in Canada and around the world, welcome Hanukkah ,one of the oldest traditions in the world.  In his statement today, Prime Minister Trudeau said,” For eight nights,families and loved ones will celebrate the Festival of

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Canadians Love Department Stores and…Booze!

According to Statistics Canada, Canadians prefer to shop in person.  With total sales of nearly $3.2 Billion dollars, the number one place for Canadians to check off their holiday shopping lists was…..department stores. And the second-most visited store for festive

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It Wouldn’t Be Christmas Without Egg Nog

The word nog comes from the word grog; that is, any drink made with rum. Some reports say the drink is a descendant of the medieval drink  called  “posset”, a hot drink of sweetened and spiced milk curdled with ale or

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