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Samsung Unveils Their New Folding Phone. Oh And It Costs $2000

There seems to be more and more a phone can do these days and now the new Galaxy phone can be folded in half.  It offers the convenience of bigger screen of a tablet and the portability of a phone. 

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High Winds 90-110 Km/h For Sunday. Special Weather Statement For All Of Southern Ontario

Major wind storm likely Sunday and Sunday night. Damaging winds with frequent gusts to 90 to 110 km/h are expected to develop Sunday afternoon after the passage of a sharp cold front. Areas near the Great Lakes are more likely

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Peter Tork Of The Monkees Has Passed Away At 77

Sad news to learn of the passing of Peter Tork of The Monkees.  He passed away yesterday at 77. Peter Tork, a blues and folk musician who became a teeny-bopper sensation as a member of the Monkees, the wisecracking, made-for-TV

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Study Finds Setting Realistic Goals Is Key To Your Satisfaction

This research suggests one of the keys to happiness and satisfaction is setting realistic goals.  Attainable goals. You can hope for better well-being if you set realistic goals for yourself as a new study suggests that the key for later satisfaction

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103 Year Old Made Junior Ranger For Grand Canyon [Video]

  Inside Edition claims 103-year-old Rose Torphy was recently hired as a junior park ranger at the Grand Canyon. The great-grandmother was presented with the honor while vacationing at the park last month. Officials were impressed with Rose for acting

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50% Of World’s Population Will Be Nearsighted By 2050

According to this research, 50% of the world’s population will have myopia or nearsightedness by 2050.  Right now 40% of the world’s population is nearsighted. Some point to increased screen time and less time outdoors. Much of the increase, the researchers

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Purse Found And Returned To Owner 6 Decades Later

What a blast from the past.  Imagine losing your purse 6 decades ago and having it returned with so many memories.  That’s what happened to Martha Everett who lost her purse at school in 1955.  Recent demolition crews found it

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This Library Book Is Overdue. By 73 Years

This story in the Washington Post claims 75 year-old Mora Gregg was recently cleaning her Toronto, Canada apartment when she discovered a library book that was 73 years overdue. She returned the children’s book to the Silver Spring, Maryland library.

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Can You Spot A Fake? 8 in 10 Aren’t Certain When It Comes To Online Shopping

When it comes to shopping online, 8 out of 10 Canadians said they have trouble knowing whether something is real or counterfeit.   Ie, toys, clothing, video games or software   Toronto, ON – Canadians don’t know when they’ve been had, as

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25% Of Canadians Deal With This Daily!

  While I was looking up all things Valentine’s , I somehow stumbled on this stat.  One quarter of Canadians deal with heartburn every day!.. Some multiple times in one day.  I had no idea the number was so high. 

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Gas Up Today. Gas Going Up 7 Cents At Midnight 11 Cents For Diesel

You may want to tank up soon. Gas price analyst Dan McTeague says fuel prices are set to rise tomorrow. On his Twitter feed @GasBuddyDan, McTeague says gas prices will go up 7 cents a litre and diesel fuel 11

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4 In 10 Canadians Say They Don’t Have What It Takes To Meet New People

40% of Canadians say that they don’t have what it takes to meet new people and will go to great lengths to avoid it.   At a time when it’s never been easier to connect with someone new, a new

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Happy World Radio Day

Happy World Radio Day.  Thank you for listening.   2019 Theme: Dialogue, Tolerance and Peace Radio is the mass medium reaching the widest audience in the world. Radio is still the most dynamic, reactive and engaging medium there is, adapting

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Digital Licence Plates Are Now In Use. Will They Come To Canada?

The license plate has not changed much in the past 100 years.  Basically just stamped metal.  Now in a few states in the U.S digital plates are coming into favour.  One of the benefits is that they can also be

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It’s Puppy Love This Valentine’s Day

A new survey by Rover.com reveals that 50% of people have a Valentine’s Day celebration planned for their dog. Other findings: – 40% of people spend more time cuddling with their dog than their partner – 33% of people spend

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