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Special Weather Statement in Effect with More Rain on the way

Get that rain gear ready folks. Rain, at times heavy, will continue into early this afternoon. Special weather statement in effect for: Burlington – Oakville Caledon Halton Hills – Milton Mississauga – Brampton Toronto Toronto Island Newmarket – Georgina –

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Metrolinx Bombardier Dispute Continues

Ontario’s provincial transit agency is appealing its latest court  loss over a 770-million-dollar contract with Bombardier.  Metrolinx has filed an appeal questioning a judge’s decision that  the agency can’t cancel the deal without first going through dispute  resolution.  The notice

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Recall Notice; Graco Car Seats

Graco Children’s products is recalling nearly 1,400 car seats in Canada due to a problem with the harness webbing. The company says the webbing on certain “My Ride 65” seats may not hold a child in a crash. The affected

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When There Is No Will… What Is The Way?

Creating a will can be an emotional experience, however, not having one can cause greater emotional turmoil for those left behind. Surprisingly, half of all Canadians don’t have a will, according to a new TD survey. If you pass away

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Ontario Celebrating 50 Years on the GO

Ontario is celebrating the 50th anniversary of GO Transit, which has been making it easier for people to travel across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area by connecting communities and helping to manage congestion, and looking to the future as

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Celebrate the love of dogs at Aurora’s Paws in the Park

Celebrate the love of dogs at Aurora’s Paws in the Park. This free event allows pets and their owners to discover more about pet-related products and services. Some vendors will be offering individual draws and prizes. Connect and network with

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Sleepy? Tired? People May Not Want To Socialize With You.

Are you sleepy? Looking tired? People may not want to spend time with you if that’s the case. A new study out of Stockholm University published in the Royal Society Open Science journal finds a lack of sleep makes a

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Not All Sunscreens Are Created Equal. Protect Yourself

With Summer on the way it is a good time to take stock of your sunscreen supply and quality. Beware that according to this report, as many as 75% of sun products are ineffective. Some have harmful chemicals and be

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The OPP Are Hiring!

Looking for an exciting job as a police officer? The Ontario Provincial Police force is hiring. On May 31st, The OPP will be hosting a recruitment session at Caledon Community Services on King St in Bolton. You need to reserve

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Want To Hang On To Your Youthful Looks? Cutting Calories By 25% Slows Down Aging

Cutting calories by 25 percent could help keep you young on the inside, new research reveals.  Reducing your daily intake by a quarter adds 0.6 less years to your internal age annually, a study found.  Aside from potentially keeping you

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Mother Who Attended University Every Day With Her Quadriplegic Son To Take Notes For Him Is Surprised With An Honorary MBA At His Graduation

A California mother who attended every university class with her quadriplegic son so he could earn his MBA was surprised with her own honorary degree at his graduation.  Judy O’Connor, a retired elementary school teacher, was 29-year-old Marty O’Connor’s note-taker as he

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South Simcoe Police Kept Busy Over The Victoria Day Long Weekend

Marine officers were out on Lake Simcoe checking boaters who were wrapping up the log weekend. Officers checked numerous boats from Innisfil to Bradford for proper equipment on vessels and for anyone who had been drinking. Officers seized a quantity

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Province Takes Important Step Towards Building Hwy 400-404 Connecting Link

A critical connection between Hwy 400 and Hwy 404 through the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury is one significant step closer to reality, after the long sought-after transportation link was added to the Government of Ontario’s updated Growth Plan for

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Great Tips For Your Next Yard Sale

Planning a yard sale? We have a few suggestions to help you sell your stuff! First off, you might want to avoid starting on Saturdays –  If you start your sale on a Thursday or Friday you won’t be competing

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Safe Boating Awareness Week May 20-26

Since 1995, this campaign has been the mainstay of boating safety outreach to the over 16 million people who enjoy time  on Canadian waters each season and the 2017 campaign will be no exception. The Canadian Safe Boating Council continues

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