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Fall Colour Destinations

Looks like the next couple of weeks are ‘prime time’  to partake in one of the best years for fall colours in Ontario as nature puts on a vivid show. According to Muskoka Tourism, fall colours will peak in Algonquin

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York Region Public Elementary Students Continue EQAO Success

York Region District School Board continues to exceed provincial averages in the recently released 2017 results from Ontario’s Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO). “As trustees, we are working hard to improve student achievement and well-being and create learning environments

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How Much Water Does It Take?

Did you know that it takes 872 litres of water to produce 1 litre of wine?  That is a lot of water.   For beer the number is 298 litres of water  for 1 litre. See the link below for the

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Help Aurora Create a Balanced Budget by Allocating Where You Want Your Money To Go

Are you up for the challenge of balancing Aurora’s 2018 Budget? Residents can win $250 towards their municipal tax account (or equivalent) by using an online budgeting tool that invites you to allocate tax dollars and balance the budget. “The citizen budget

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York Region Public Secondary Students Outperform Provincial Average

Results released yesterday by the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) show that York Region District School Board secondary students continue to outperform provincial averages in the province-wide testing. Of the 8,553 Grade 10 students who wrote the 2017 Ontario

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Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday to you.  If you are celebrating today, you share this day with: Faith Hill 50 Don Felder- Eagles 70 Stephen King 70 Bill Murray celebrates his 67th. Feature Image- Faithhill.com Image of Bill Murray with Dan Akroyd credit

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The 10 Most-Googled Cooking Questions

1. How to poach an egg 2. How to make Jell-O shots 3. How to make buttermilk 4. How to make cake 5. How to hard boil eggs 6. How to make sushi 7. How to make pizza dough 8.

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Celine Dion To Collect, Match Donations For Hurricane Relief During Current Las Vegas Run

Tuesday night at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Celine Dion kicked off her latest batch of concerts…and she’s using them to help the victims of the recent devastating hurricanes.  Celine has announced that she’ll be collecting donations to benefit the

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OPP Lay Dozens Of Charges In Connection To Motorcycle Stunts

The OPP has laid 48 charges following a three-month investigation into dangerous motorcycle stunts and erratic riding behaviours in the GTA. Police disrupted dangerous riding activity on busy, major highways, including the Gardiner Expressway and the Don Valley Parkway. Dozens

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John Deere Recalls D105 Lawn Tractors and D105 Service Transmissions

This recall involves John Deere model D105 lawn tractors with serial numbers beginning with 1GXD105E, and service transmissions sold by John Deere authorized dealers for use in the D105 lawn tractor. A complete list of serial numbers included in this

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Shades of Ireland

It’s not called ‘The Emerald Isle’ for nothing.  This beautiful, rugged and historical country has an amazing past and brilliant future.   On this special 10 day excursion to Ireland, you’ll experience the history, cuisine and breathtaking sights of a

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On This Day In 1976 The Captain And Tennille Show Debuted [Video]

On this day in 1975 the Bay City Rollers were the first musical guests on Howard Cosell’s short lived Saturday night variety show. On this day in 1975 Bruce Springsteen’s Born To Run album was released. And on this date

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Just Under 50% Of Canadians Don’t Know How Or Where To Check Their Credit Score And Rating

Just under half (47%) of Canadians don’t know how to or where to get their credit credit score and rating. The number is a little higher 53% for millennials. It is a good idea to check it once in a

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Planned Power Shutdown At RVH

On September 26 at 9 p.m. Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre is doing a power shutdown in the new part of its building for approximately six to eight hours. The shutdown is necessary to install new equipment for the health

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Successful Food Drive In Wasaga Beach

On Saturday, September 16, 2017 Huronia West OPP and the Wasaga Beach Community Policing Committee conducted a food drive at the Wasaga Beach Foodland from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Once again the big hearts in our great community opened

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