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Val Kilmer Reveals He Wants To Reprise Iceman Role Following Cancer Battle After Cruise Confirms Top Gun 2

Tom Cruise has just announced there will be a sequel to his 1986 classic film, Top Gun.  And 31 years after its release, co-star Val Kilmer is making it known that he wants to reprise his role as Iceman.  In

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Record Breaking Rainfall .. Here Are Some Stats

This probably won’t be a shock to too many people. Between April 1 and yesterday, we have received almost double the amount of rain we normally get. Yesterday was a record-breaker. According to Environment Canada senior climatologist Dave Phillips, there

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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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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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Honest Ed’s Sign Comes Down Today

You can expect big crowds downtown as people watch the iconic Honest Ed’s sign get taken down today. A crane will be removing the 23,000-bulb sign starting at about 11:00am. David Mirvish says the sign will be taken to storage

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James Cameron Sued For Stealing The Life Story Of A Florida Man Who Worked In The Yacht Industry To Create Leo Dicaprio’s Character In “Titanic”

James Cameron is allegedly being sued for $300 million by a Florida man who claims the Titanic director stole one of his stories to create Leo DiCaprio‘s character in the movie.  Stephen Cummings is said to be adamant the role of Jack Dawson

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Movie Theater To Name Popcorn Stand In Billy Joel’s Honor

Billy Joel is about to receive a very unusual honor: A movie theater is going to name its popcorn stand after him.  The theater in question is the historic Sag Harbor Cinema on Long Island, New York, which was damaged

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What and Where Are Canadians Eating

Some interesting new numbers are out and they give us a glimpse into how and what Canadians are eating. According to researchers at Dalhousie, 72% per cent of us pack our own work lunch. About 24% per cent buy food.

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Loyal Dog Stays By Its Injured Owner’s Side – And Even Gives Him A Cuddle – Until Paramedics Arrive To Treat Him After He Fell From A Tree

A pet dog laid with his owner after the man fell from a tree and injured his back.  Jesus Hueche, 28, from Argentina, was pruning a tree out the front of his house in the city of Bahia Blanca when

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Pitcher Is Making History As The First Woman In Canada’s Elite Baseball League

University of British Columbia softball player Claire Eccles is set to make baseball history this summer.  On Tuesday, the Victoria Harbourcats of the West Coast League, a collegiate developmental league comparable to the Cape Cod League in the U.S., announced that Eccles

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ABC Renews “Dancing With The Stars,” Announces Plans For New Junior Edition

ABC Television has renewed Dancing with the Stars for a 25th season and ordered a spinoff to go with it.  “A fresh new take on an established favorite, Dancing with the Stars Junior will pair celebrity kids and kids of celebrities with professional, junior

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Journalist’s Life Was Saved By GoPro By Stopping Bullet From Isis Sniper

Although Iraqi forces have recaptured nearly 90% of west Mosul from the Islamic State, but there are still snipers lurking in the shadows of the former ISIS stronghold.  One such marksman took aim on a journalist and if it would

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Van Morrison To Receive Americana Lifetime Achievement Award

The Americana Music Association has chosen to recognize Van Morrison with its 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award for Songwriting.  The legendary singer/songwriter will receive the award at this year’s edition of the Americana Honors & Awards event on September 13 at the

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