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A John Lennon Figurine That Is Interchangeable

LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Yoko Ono has given her approval to a company that will make 12-inch-tall figurines of John Lennon. The figurine made by Molecule 8 comes with two pairs of glasses and three outfits: a black long-sleeved t-shirt,

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In The News For Clarence-Rockland — February 9, 2018

The mayors of Prescott-Russell are concerned about the impact that the legalization of marijuana next summer will have on maintaining law and order and the value of properties in their communities. The provincial plan is to manage legal marijuana sales, much

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Things With Hidden Plastic That Need Proper Disposal

Plastics are bad for waterways, where fish, birds and other creatures are apt to swallow them. Here are some things you may not have known has plastic in them and therefore should be disposed of responsibly. 6 things with hidden

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In The News For Clarence Rockland — February 8, 2018

Old Man Winter flexed his muscle in southern Ontario and Quebec with a messy snowstorm Wednesday that dumped 10 to 15 centimetres of snow on many areas and caused several crashes. Police say one of several pileups on Montreal-area highways

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5 Things You Should Sanitize Immediately To Combat The Flu

All of the telltale signs of cold and flu season are here—the hacking coughs and the sniffly noses seem to be following us everywhere we go. To keep you and your family healthy during this extra-germy season, there are certain

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In The News For Clarence Rockland — February 7, 2018

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for our Region. The snow is forecast to begin around 8 or 9 a.m. and last through the day before ending around 6 p.m this evening.  School bus and special vehicle transportation

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‘Shittens’, Or Mittens For Your Baby’s Poops

A company called Shittens produces mittens as baby wipes. Shittens, which the company describes as “disposable, mitten-shaped moist wipes,” are FDA approved and safe for babies, according to the Shittens website.   Square wipes leave your hands vulnerable to accidental poop

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In The News For Clarence Rockland — February 6, 2018

Stock markets around the world are taking another beating today following yesterday’s dramatic sell-off on Wall Street. Losses in Asia this morning have triggered concerns that a potentially healthy pullback from recent highs could turn into a protracted bear market.

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Leger Survey Reveals Importance For Couples To Be Open About Finances With Each Other

As Valentine’s Day fast approaches, a new online survey suggests Canadians aren’t always open to their sweethearts about matters of the wallet.   The Leger survey of more than 15-hundred people was done for Credit Canada and the Financial Planning

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In The News For Clarence Rockland — February 5, 2018

Police are investigating a suspected murder-suicide in Ottawa. Officers were dispatched to a west-end home  early yesterday morning to investigate a 911 call about a man and a woman being shot. Multiple residents living near the MacFarlane Road home told stories

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In The News For Clarence Rockland — February 2, 2018

The race to lead Ontario’s Progressive Conservative party has attracted a high-profile candidate once considered the odds-on favourite for the party’s top job. Former Ontario legislator Christine Elliott announced via social media she’s running to lead the provincial Tories, after

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In The News For Clarence Rockland — February 1, 2018

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fielded questions on a variety of issues, including pipelines, immigration and Indigenous concerns, during a town-hall meeting at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg. Asked by some of the 18-hundred in attendance if he was concerned

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People Know When They Are Dying And Prefer To Be Alone

People often prefer to be left alone when they are dying, an academic claims.    According to Glenys Caswell, a senior research fellow from the University of Nottingham, people have a degree of control over when they pass away, with

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In The News For Clarence Rockland — January 31, 2018

Emergency crews in Ottawa were called to the northbound lanes of St. Laurent Blvd. after a single vehicle collision just outside Rideau High School at around 3:30 yesterday afternoon. A man needed to be extricated from the vehicle by Ottawa

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No To Facebook Kid’s Apps

Child-development experts and advocates are urging Facebook to pull the plug on its new messaging app aimed at kids under 13. Facebook launched the app in December. A group letter sent to CEO Mark Zuckerberg yesterday argues that younger children

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