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Happy Birthday to ‘The Hammer’ !!

To my  Super-Jock radio colleague down the hall at Z1035…The Hammer!  All the best , you’re the greatest! Cheers, Brian  

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Parks Day is The Perfect Time to Connect With Your Local National Park

Parks Canada manages one of the finest and most extensive systems of protected and cultural heritage areas in the world. This year, July 15 , celebrate Parks Day during Canada’s 150th year of Confederation and all Canadians are invited to participate!

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The Worlds First UFO Landing Site In Alberta !

In Canada’s Centennial Year – 1967-  a unique project in St. Paul Alberta, was given the “green light”. It was the worlds very first UFO landing site!  To underscore the official nature of the project, The Honourable Paul Hellyer,  the

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Canada’s Best Restroom Finalists

The five finalists in the Cintas Best Restroom Contest , highlights public washrooms with dazzling design features with squeaky-clean stalls. The five finalists were selected based on cleanliness, visual appeal, innovation, functionality and unique design elements. The winner will recieve

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Canada’s Worldwide Award Winning Icewine

Even  though icewine was discovered in Germany, Canada has become world renowned for it’s icewine. Since the 1990’s when Niagara-on-the-Lake’s Inniskillen Winery won the prestigious gold medal at the Prix d’honneur at Vinexpo, Canada’s icewines are found in stores and

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Worlds Largest Pina Colada Helps NYC Commuters

In celebration of National Pina Colada Day,  a New York City restaurant has mixed up the worlds largest pina coloada! Four employees at the Selena Rosa restaurant combined the 6-foot tall rum-based cocktail — which contained gallons of pineapple juice,

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Uniquely Canadian – The Sourtoe Cocktail !

The Sourdough Saloon in Dawson City, Yukon has become quite a destination for brave cocktail aficionados.   Brave because there is  bound to be some hesitation to drink a unique cocktail.  Apparently, The Sourtoe Cocktail contains 1 ounce of any

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World Chocolate Day !

It’s a worldwide celebration of chocolate, celebrating the 467th (!) anniversary of the date when chocolate was first introduced to Europe. One of the most memorable chocolate experiences I’ve ever had was in a chocolate shop in the Moulin Rouge

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Travelling With Your Pet – Part 2

Once your furry friend is ready, your pet also needs to be protected as they travel: By Car- Pets should be restrained in a secure carrier or with a pet seatbelt. Leave time for regular bathroom breaks and keep a

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Travelling With Your Pet – Part 1

Long before you pack up your pet to join you on vacation, find out what you need to do to make sure their trip is safe and comfortable. Familiarize yourself with the requirements to allow your pet entry to your

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Canada’s Got Water, Lots of Water

When it comes to fresh water, there are more natural lakes in Canada, than any other country in the world – combined!  According to the Canadian Encyclopedia, there are over  2 Million lakes that cover close to 8% of Canada’s

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Canada Regains Ranking as Worlds Most Reputable Country

In the worlds largest annual survey of country reputations, Canada has regained the top spot this year. The Reputation Institute’s Rep Trak report measures the reputations of 55 countries with the highest Gross Domestic Product, based on Effective Government; Advanced

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“Hello, I’m out of the office…But Checking Email…”

Are vacations where people completely disconnect from the office a thing of the past?  Research shows “workations” may continue to be common for some professionals today. In a recent survey, 33% of Canadians said they typically check in with the

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Most-Searched Jobs On Google

Just looking for fun or looking to make a change, here are the 10 most-searched jobs on Google from 10 to 1: 10. Baby sitting 9. Receptionist 8. Engineering 7. Construction 6. Warehousing 5. Flight attendant 4. Administrative Assistant 3.

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Young Canadians Get Creative To Make 150 Count

RBC  selected 3000 young people from every province and territory to participate in their Make 150 Count initiative to empower young Canadians to make a difference in their communities in their own unique way. To help  celebrate Canada 150, RBC

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