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If Your Dog Is A Menace…Put Your Phone Away

The modern obsession of staring at smartphone screens may be causing pooches to suffer from anxiety and depression.  There has been a spike in unruly dogs in the past 5 years. The blame may lie with current lifestyle habits when

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A& W and MS Society of Canada Team Up With Soccer Star Christine Sinclair to Beat MS

Tomorrow (Aug 24) A&W celebrates “Burgers to Beat MS”, to help Canadians living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). This year, A&W has generously increased their donation to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, donating $2.oo from every Teen Burger sold across

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Stellar Facts About Todays Solar Eclipse

Similar solar and lunar eclipses occur every 18 years,11 days, 8 hours. Scientists call this length of time  a Saros cycle. Two eclipses separated by one Saros cycle are similar. They occur at the same node, the Moon’s distance from

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Power Boat Racers Claim Key West, Florida -to- Cuba Time Record

A powerboat race team claimed the world record for a crossing from the Florida Keys to Cuba on Thursday. Driver Jay Johnson and throttleman Nigel Hook,piloted the 48 foot monohull named ‘Silverhook’ some 103 miles from Key West Harbour to

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Sail-In Cinema™ August 17 Screening of Edward Scissorhands Cancelled Due to Rain and Risk of Lightning

Due to the rain, wind and a forecast of lightning in the Toronto area this evening PortsToronto has cancelled the August 17 screening of Edward Scissorhands for the safety of guests and crew members. The film will now be screened on August

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Sail-In Cinema Opens Tomorrow Night in Toronto

Sail-In Cinema presented by  Ports Toronto , is the worlds  first two-sided floating movie experience of it’s kind. The free film festival transforms Toronto’s Sugar Beach into an outdoor movie-theatre  over 3 nights. Movies are chosen by a public vote

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New Poll Finds Beer Is Still King Over Wine and Liquor

A new Gallup poll found a majority of our American neighbours drink alcohol and their go-to drink is beer. The study also discovered that guys like beer and girls like wine!  Beer is the clear and overwhelming choice for men,

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London’s Big Ben’ Goes Silent – Until2021

Big Ben-the mammoth clock bell of Britain’s Parliament-will fall silent next week as a 4 year project gets under way.  The mighty rings of the iconic bell will be stopped after chiming at 12 Noon on Monday August 21st, to

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“Diana, 7 Days” a Remarkable Documentary, Set to Air Sept. 1

‘Diana. 7 Days’ a remarkable two hour documentary , commissioned by the BBC, features interviews with her children and examines the aftermath of Princess Diana’s death and how her legacy changed the world. In the documentary, it is the first

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DQ’s 15th Annual Treat Day

Today 100% of net proceeds from every Blizzard Treat sold at participating Dairy Queen locations will be donated  to Children’s Miracle Network member hospitals. A great day for a cool treat, supporting Children’s Miracle Network.  If you can’t purchase a

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Mobile Dominates Current Digital Spending Habits

It’s not “..what’s in your wallet”..rather ” whats on your phone.”  A new survey indicates the future of of e-commerce rests in mobile. 53% of consumers use their smartphones to make online purchases at least once. 4 out of 10

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Conversation Starter: Why Are Tennis Balls Fuzzy?

The fuzz slows down the ball in flight, keeps it from bouncing  too high and lets the racket get a better grip on it.  A perfectly smooth ball would travel so fast and bounce so high that the game would

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It’s Time to Dig Up Your Undies!

During National Soil Conservation week in April, the Soil Conservation Council of Canada (SCCC) buried it’s official pair of Stanfields briefs at the Canada Agriculture & Food Museum in Ottawa. The idea was to see how healthy soil could  break

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Iconic ‘Sam the Record Man’ Sign To Be Resurrected!

Work has begun to restore a giant neon sign that once drew people to Toronto’s landmark  Sam the Record Man music store on Yonge Street. The sign -2 huge spinning discs on a red background -was a familiar site in

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McDonalds Celebrates McDelivery Day Worldwide!

Today is a worldwide moment celebrating McDonalds around the globe. McDelivery with UberEATS has generated lots of interest from Canadians, as well as some amazing orders: -Largest order so far: 155 total items including 100 cheeseburgers and 25 hamburgers -Largest

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