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Ontario Ban On Door-To-Door Sales in Effect As Of March 1st

Starting March 1, 2018, Ontario will ban unsolicited, door-to-door sales of certain household appliances to better protect consumers from aggressive and misleading contracting at home. Businesses will only be able to enter into a contract in the consumer’s home if

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Social Media Weapons Threat Lands Two Youths in Trouble with South Simcoe Police

Two boys are in hot water after sending a Snapchat, in which one appeared to be holding a gun, before school this morning. Just before 6:30 a.m. on Friday, February 23, 2018, South Simcoe Police received a report of threats

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No Charges Issued Against Police for Arrest of Aggressive Man at East Gwillimbury Shelter

Tony Loparco, Special Investigations Unit Director, has determined there are no reasonable grounds to lay criminal charges against a York Regional Police officer in relation to an interaction with a 27-year-old man in July of 2016 at a shelter. Police

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No Name Meat Lasagna Recalled Due To Pieces Of Rubber

Loblaw is recalling the following product due to the presence of rubber. No Name Meat Lasagna 1 kg 2018 JL 31 0 60383 89870 0 Consumers should throw out the product or return it to the store for a refund.

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Germany Defeats Canada In Men’s Hockey. Canada Plays For Bronze On Saturday Morning

In the 3rd period Canada began a comeback against Germany and came back from a 4-1 deficit and added a couple goals to bring it to a close 4-3 late in the 3rd period.  It was not meant to be

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Shipwrecked Couple Saved By Using Old And New Technology

Image being shipwrecked on a tropical island.  What would you do to help yourself to be rescued?  If we call on our movie and classic story knowledge we would think to have a bonfire smoke signal at the ready should

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Data Breach For Some Richmond Hill Residents

Some Richmond Hill residents had their contact information exposed on the internet. A letter was distributed this week to about 35,000 individuals who use the town’s contact centre, Access Richmond Hill, for service request inquiries such as road maintenance and

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Canadian Music Week Announces PAUL ANKA as the Recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award in the Canadian Music Industry Hall of Fame

Canadian Music Week (CMW) is thrilled to announce Paul Anka as the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award in the Canadian Music Industry Hall of Fame. Paul will be admired for his on-going era of accomplishments and reputable career in

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Enterprise Car Rental Ending Credit Card Discount Program With NRA

 Car rental company Enterprise says it is ending a discount  program for National Rifle Association members.  In a late Thursday tweet the company said all three of its brands  — Enterprise, Alamo and National — will drop the discount  effective

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Luxury Designer’s Clear Plastic Shopping Bag Selling For $590

An upscale pop-up shop in Seattle is drawing attention for one particular item and its unusual price tag — a clear plastic shopping bag for $590.  The plastic shopping bag, designed by Phoebe Philo for French luxury clothing brand Celine,

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National Margarita Day-Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the Frozen Concoction

The Margarita was invented in 1948 in Acapulco, Mexico -a small beach front paradise- by a woman named Margaret Sames and  almost immediately began its rise to fame. The heady drink is made of tequila, triple sec and  freshly squeezed

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Essa Man Arrested After Defrauding Senior Citizen out of $130,000

A man from Essa Township is in hot water after reportedly defrauding a senior citizen out of $130,000. On Wednesday, February 21. 2018, members of the Nottawasaga OPP Detachment’s Crime Unit arrested the 48-year-old man on charges of fraud over

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Police Make Arrest In Connection With Theft at Roadshow Antiques At 400 Market

On 12 February 2018, South Simcoe Police were called to a distraction theft at Roadshow Antiques Mall in the 400 Market in Innisfil. A couple had attempted to purchase antique jewelry and while doing so, distracted the sales staff and

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Twins To Marry Twins In Twinsburg

True love squared.  This is the story of twin brothers Jeremy and Josh Salyers who recently proposed to twins Brianna and Brittany Deane.  They all met at a ‘twins’ festival in Ohio. According to this story in The Daily Record:

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Here’s Why You Should Listen To Music In The Gym

Scientists have once again proven that listening to your favorite music could aid your exercise routine.  Runners listening to “Happy” by Pharrell Williams enjoy their workout 28 percent more than those who do so in silence.  The findings, made by

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