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Luxury Hotel For Cats Gets 2 Paws Up And Offers A La Cat Menus

Longcroft Luxury Cat Hotel offers kitties the equivalent of five-star accommodations, including an “a la cat” menu served on bone china and “relaxing paw massages” from veterinarian-trained staff members. Each Longcroft location houses up to 14 cats in six air-conditioned and

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Will 3D Crosswalks Improve Pedestrian Safety? Montreal Residents Hope So

The city of Montreal is trying to help improve safety for their pedestrians with the help of 3 dimensional crosswalks.  It is definitely eye catching. A region of the city repainted a crosswalk with boxes that appear to be rising

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The 150 MPH Lawn Mower

Honda is working on the world’s fastest lawn mower, which will reach speeds of up to 150 mph. The “Mean Mower V2” features a 999cc engine that is capable of churning out 189 horsepower and sending the garden vehicle from

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Hydro One CEO Retires And Entire Board Resign

The $6 Million Dollar man is out and Premiere Ford calls it a great day for Ontario. Yesterday Ford announced the immediate retirement of the CEO of Hydro One and the resignation of its entire board of directors. By the

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Traffic Slowing Measures Deployed In Bradford West Gwillimbury

A pilot project launches this month to slow traffic in Bradford West Gwillimbury, ON. Residents may notice a new feature on some roadways, thanks to a pilot project recommended by the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury’s Traffic Committee, which aims to

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Teen Holds World Record For Largest Muppet Collection

Nebraska teenager Rhett Safranek recently broke a Guinness World Record for the largest personal collection of Muppet memorabilia. He owns 1,841 pieces of Muppet merchandise including games, McDonald’s Happy Meal toys, stuffed animals, and “Muppeteer” autographs. Rhett’s collection began after

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Fire On Canada Day Has South Simcoe Police Looking For Answers

South Simcoe Police are asking for anyone with video footage or information to come forward. On Sunday, July 1, 2018, around 4:00 a.m., police and Bradford West-Gwillimbury Fire responded to a report of a fire at the home on Moore Street. Police are  treating

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Did You Know That Sand Is The Most Used Resource 2nd Only To Water

I would not have guessed sand to be the most used natural resource 2nd only to water.  Looking into it, it makes sense when you  see that 75% of cement is sand.  The other issue is that there is going

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Lamborghini Burns To The Ground When Minivan Owner Drives Off With Gas Hose Still Attached

A $275,000-plus Lamborghini Huracan Performante was burned to cinders when a minivan owner drove off with the gas hose attached to their vehicle. A friend of the owner of the Huracan Performante, Parker Gelber, posted video of the car melting

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Bombardier Toronto Streetcars Problems Continue

Bombardier’s head of transportation appeared at a Toronto Transit Commission board meeting to offer his apologies for the latest problems with the streetcars his company delivered to the city. The transit authority has said the first 67 of 89 streetcars

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Only 5% Of People Wash Their Hands Properly!

  In this Michigan State University study of more than 300o people,  the researches found that only 5% wash their hands properly.  That is, with soap and for at least 2o seconds.  With or without soap, most people only washed

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Happy Birthday Nikola Tesla

Happy Birthday Nikola Tesla.  What a  mind and great inventor.  Some of which he never gets full credit for.  Thankful for Tesla and AC, that’s Alternating current, which is powering our AC air conditioning today.   Nikola Tesla   10 July

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Greyhound Cancelling Routes In Western Canada

With word that Greyhound Canada is shutting practically all of its western Canada operations, residents in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and B-C are asking… what’s next? Manitoba’s Conservative government says it’s hopeful other companies will pick up the abandoned bus routes,

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Family Of Boy Who Toppled $132k Sculpture Won’t Have To Pay

A city in Kansas has received $107,000 from a family’s insurance company after a 5-year-old boy accidentally knocked over a sculpture at a community center. Overland Park spokesman Sean Reilly says the city plans to send $99,000 to artist Bill

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Water Restrictions In Place July 10 & 11, 2018 In The Town Of Bradford West Gwillimbury

The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury would like to advise residents of water restrictions that will be put in place July 10 & 11, 2018. Two weeks ago, the Town of BWG described the work going on to upgrade the

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