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Traffic Note for The 417 At Boundary

Be advised that Hwy 417- County Rd 41 “Boundary Rd” E-N/S & N/S-W Ramps will be closed May 29th, 2017 – May 30th,2017, throughout the hours of 10:00pm-5:30am. ‎ Every precaution will be taken  to minimize interruptions, However there will

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The Five Worst Things You Can Say In A Job Interview According to Forbes

  1. How many other candidates are you interviewing for this job? 2. If you hire me, I’ll work really hard. I’ll work nights and weekends — whatever you want! 3. How did I do in the interview? (or “Do

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Ariana Grande Concert Explosion – Could It Happen Here?

The blast that ripped through an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England has prompted the question on this side of the pond: could something like that happen here. Security officials say the bottom line is that a terrorist attack can

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Canadians Should Expect Sharp Temperature Swings This Summer

The Weather Network’s summer forecast suggests Canadians should expect sharp temperature swings this summer.   Chief meteorologist Chris Scott says weather patterns will be “jerked around” by the overall patterns in the Pacific Ocean with El Nino.   He says

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Ontario Protecting Tenants From Unfair Rent Increases

Ontario passed legislation Thursday,  to help keep rental housing affordable and predictable by protecting tenants from unfair rent increases.   The Rental Fairness Act, 2017 expands rent control to all private rental units, including those occupied on or after November 1, 1991.

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Russell High School Student Advances As Semi-Finalist In Research And Design Competition

A Russell High School student was one of only 30 semi-finalists worldwide in a prestigious research and design competition for youth.   Eric Fillion recently advanced as a semi-finalist in the Clean Tech Competition, a technology contest designed to encourage

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Energy-Drinks And Teens

A Canadian Paediatric Society official says pediatricians are — quote — “a bit unaware” of how much caffeine there is in the average energy drink and how popular they are with young people. The American Academy of Pediatrics is firm

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Study Shows Exercise Could Protect From Alzheimer’s

A study by the University of British Columbia confirms that physical activity is associated with a reduced risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. The study showed that physical activity improves activities of daily living and mobility in adults with Alzheimer’s and

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Jonathan Pitre’s Transplant And Engraftment Is Working

Tests are  showing Jonathan Pitre’s  stem cell transplant and engraftment is working. Pitre is being treated at a Minnesota  Children’s Hospital in the United States, where he recently underwent a second stem cell transplant from his mother, to alleviate the

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Heavy Opioid Prescribing In Ontario

New figures from Health Quality Ontario suggest 14 per cent of Ontario’s population — or nearly two-million people — filled prescriptions for opioids over the 2015-2016 fiscal year.   In total, the provincial agency says more than nine-million prescriptions for

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Just How Much Tax To Slap On Marijuana

The issue of how much tax to slap on legal sales of marijuana will be front and centre when finance ministers meet next month.   Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau says Ottawa is currently designing a taxation regime and is

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Bell Canada Says Hacking Not Related To Global Ransomware Attack

Bell Canada says an anonymous hacking of its customer information is not related to the global ransomware attack. The telecom giant says hackers accessed about 1.9-million customer email addresses and 17-hundred names and phone numbers. Bell says it took immediate

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The Worldwide `Ransomware” Cyberattack Is Wreaking Havoc

The worldwide “ransomware” cyberattack is wreaking havoc in hospitals, schools and offices across the globe. Asia reported thousands of new cases today, but no large-scale breakdowns as workers unaffected by Friday’s attack started the new work week by booting up

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And The Local Clean Up Begins For Flood Victims

As floodwaters recede, affected residents are now facing the massive cleanup. Some admit their homes just can’t be saved. Many people looking at tens of thousands of dollars in damage from more than a week of flooding are hoping provincial

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Enlightening Facts about Mothers

There are about 122.5 million phone calls on Mother’s Day, making it one of the busiest phone days of the year.   Roseanne Conner in the hit TV series Roseanne (1988–1997) was considered an “anti-hero” mom. She was underpaid, barely able

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