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Veterans Receive a Free Hot Beverage at Tim Hortons, as a Gesture of Appreciation

On Sunday November 11, we take pause to honour and remember the veterans who have proudly served and continue to serve our country. On Remembrance Day, all veterans showing a proper veteran ID will receive a free hot beverage at

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The US National Toy Hall of Fame Inductees for 2018

Magic 8 Ball; the card game Uno and pinball have been inducted into the US National Toy Hall of Fame. They will be put on permanent display at The Hall. It’s located inside The Strong museum in Rochester, New York.

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It’sDiwali and Bandi Chhor Divas!

Today Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a statement to celebrate this festive day.  It reads in part: “Today, we join Hindu, Sikh, Jain, and Buddhist communities in Canada and around the world to celebrate Diwali and Bandi Chhor Divas. “This

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Trusting People Live Longer

Researchers in the US studied the health and attitudes of more than 25,000 people from all backgrounds and ethnicities between 1978 and 2010. They found people who were distrusting, or lived in areas  where distrust was common, were much more

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Time Pieces ‘Fall’ Back One Hour This Sunday Morning

Daylight Savings Time for this year ends  this  Sunday morning, Nov. 4 at 2am.   That’s when we fall back to Eastern Standard Time. Before you head for bed on Saturday night, move your time pieces back one hour. You’ll get an extra

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Carbon Monoxide: The Silent Killer

If that sounds like a scene out of Hollywood-thriller, you’re not far off.  Carbon Monoxide (CO) is known as ‘The Silent Killer’ because you can’t see it, taste it or smell it. It is a leading cause of accidental deaths and

Posted in All Stories, Annoucer Blogs, Brian Master

Ancient Halloween Traditions: Ghosts, Costumes,Colours

Celtic people believed that during the festival Samhain, which marked the transition to the new year at the end of the harvest and beginning of the winter, spirits walked the Earth. Later, the introduction of All Souls Day on November

Posted in All Stories, Annoucer Blogs, Brian Master

Jack-O-Lantern: The Beginnings

The legend of carved out pumpkins with faces ranging from goofy to ghoulish to decorate our home, had beginnings long ago.  The name “Jack-O-Lantern”, first originated from an Irish folktale about a man named ‘Stingy Jack’, who ticked the devil

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The Royal Canadian Legion launches 2018 National Poppy Campaign

The Royal Canadian Legion National Poppy Campaign is officially underway with thousands of poppies available to Canadians at Legion branches and numerous locations around the country. Volunteers including young cadets are handing out poppies; in all they will help distribute

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World’s Largest Rubber Duck Tour Waddles Away with Tourism Event of the Year at Ontario Tourism Awards

The ONTARIO 150 Tour was named Tourism Event of the Year at the Tourism Industry Association of Ontario Awards in Windsor on Wednesday night. During the summer of 2017, Water’s Edge Festivals & Events brought the ONTARIO 150 Tour to

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Another Record-Breaker: $115 Million offered in the next Lotto Max!

Lotto Max hits a new high!  The Lotto Max draw on Friday October  26,2018 will offer  a record breaking $155 Million in top prizing.  There will be an estimated $60 Million jackpot plus an estimated 55 MAXMILLIONS  prizes of $1

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Stamp marks 100th Anniversary of Armistice of 1918

Our soldiers’ immense sacrifice had a profound impact on Canada Canada Post unveiled a stamp today that celebrates the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended the First World War, a conflict that irrevocably changed Canada and its status on the

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Marilyn Monroe’s 1956 Ford Thunderbird To Be Auctioned Next Month

The classic Thunderbird, driven by Marilyn Monroe to her third wedding is to be auctioned -and is expected to fetch up to $500,000. Marilyn bought the black 2 door T-Bird straight from the factory in 1955.  She drove it with

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Sir Paul McCartney to Publish A Children’s Picture Book

Paul McCartney has written another children’s picture book, titled ‘Hey Grandude!” It’s a story about Grandude, an intrepid explorer grandfather who whisks his four grandchildren off on extraordinary  magical adventures. It’s inspired by Paul’s own experiences of being a grandfather.

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LOTTO MAX Lights it Up with Record-Breaking $113 Million in Prizing!

As the world buzzes about the huge jackpots offered south of the border, there is a record-breaking jackpot right here on Canadian soil! Our homegrown LOTTO MAX lottery has its highest top prize offering ever – an enormous $60 million (estimated) jackpot plus an estimated 53

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