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Michelle Obama’s Memoir – A Bestseller, Before Being Published

Even though it’s not going to be on sale for several months, Michelle Obama’s memoir – “Becoming “- is already a bestseller, appearing on Amazon.com.  The former First Lady of the United States, says the book will be out by

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National Flag of Canada Day

Feb 15, 1965 was the day that our National Flag as we know it, made it’s debut when it was hoisted at Parliament Hill in Ottawa.  The issue of having our own flag, rather than the Union Flag  – or Union

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The Rose and Love on Valentines Day

Roses have long been the symbol of love, since the early 1700’s.  As far as anyone can tell, thats when Charles II of Sweden brought the Persian poetical art known as “The Language of Flowers” to Europe.   It caught on. 

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Eager Eagles and Patriot Fans Send Super Bowl LII Ticket Prices Soaring

According to VividSeats.com. tickets for the Sunday’s Super Bowl LII have a median price of $6,494. But the average price seems more affordable at $5,694.  Thats up over 8% from the lead-up to  last years Super Bowl LI. As for

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Singing Along With The Radio Improves Sleep

A recent study  in The US,  learned at least 64% of women in their 50’s snore – a habit that prevents them from getting deep restorative sleep, leading to next-day fatigue. The remedy?  Singing with gusto for 20 minutes daily.

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Don’t Enter or Leave Home Without Acknowledging Your Partner

First impressions are everything , even if you’re several years deep into a relationship.  Body language expert Patti Wood  says, “Its as simple as how you leave the house for work in the morning.  Avoiding touch, contact or even an

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‘Blue Moon’ Arrives Early Wednesday Jan 31 !

A total lunar eclipse will occur this Wednesday morning starting at 6:48. As it’s the second full moon of the same month, it’s called the “Blue Moon”.   This one is being called the “Super Blue Moon”  because its the first

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Despite Their Different Colours, All Skittles Are The Same Flavour…

…That’s the theory from a Brandeis University neuropsychologist  Don Katz. He said,” The Skittles people, being much smarter than most of us, recognized that it’s cheaper  to make things smell and look different than it is to make them actually

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Oranges Activate Alertness-Enhancing Beta Brain Waves

The aroma and flavour of citrus increases the production of energizing beta brain waves, to help you feel more alert in seconds. And scientists say natural fruit acids in oranges heighten the ability of the energy  engines in our cells

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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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