Blog Archives

Possible Listeria Contamination For Wholesome Farms Brand Sundae Cups

Some desserts that were sold in Ontario — among other provinces — are being recalled due to possible Listeria contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced earlier this month that Central Smith Creamery was recalling its Wholesome Farms brand of

Posted in All Stories, Derrick & Sylvia in the Morning, News, Sports, Sylvia, Whats Happening Tagged with: ,

Easter Egg Hunting With The Bank of Canada

The Bank of Canada wants Canadians to do a little Easter egg hunting. It has hidden one on its website promoting the new 10-dollar bill. If visitors to the site enter the right series of keys, it plays the national

Posted in All Stories, Derrick & Sylvia in the Morning, News, Sports, Sylvia Tagged with: ,

Legislation To be Introduced To Address Problem Of Air Travellers Being Bumped

Canada will introduce legislation this spring that will address the problem of air travellers being bumped from flights. Yesterday’s announcement came as a video went viral online, showing a male passenger being dragged by security off a United Airlines flight

Posted in All Stories, Derrick & Sylvia in the Morning, News, Sports, Sylvia, Whats Happening Tagged with: ,

Grandparents And The Internet…

Just how are Grandparents faring in becoming internet savvy? Listed below is the percentage of grandparents that use the internet and how they use it. 75 % of grandparents use the internet 70 %  Use search engines to find information

Posted in All Stories, Derrick & Sylvia in the Morning, News, Sports, Sylvia, Whats Happening Tagged with: ,

Police Charge Man Following A Series Of Swarmings In Ottawa’s Market Area

Police have charged a man with numerous counts following a series of swarmings in Ottawa’s Market area. They say at least seven separate robberies that occurred on Thursday night involved nine, or more, alleged victims. In most of the incidents,

Posted in All Stories, Derrick & Sylvia in the Morning, News, Sports, Sylvia, Whats Happening Tagged with: , ,

Who Says 105 Is Too Old To Ride A Rollercoaster?

A British centenarian thrill seeker set a world record by becoming the oldest person to ride a rollercoaster. Jack Reynolds, a great-grandfather from Chesterfield, appeared on Good Morning Britain as he took the historic ride to claim the Guinness World

Posted in All Stories, Derrick & Sylvia in the Morning, News, Sports, Sylvia, Whats Happening Tagged with: ,

Canada’s Unemployment Rate Drops

Statistics Canada releases its latest jobs report today, with the country’s unemployment rate sitting at its lowest level in more than two years. Last month’s labour force survey showed the national jobless rate at 6.6 per cent after months of

Posted in All Stories, Derrick & Sylvia in the Morning, News, Sports, Sylvia, Whats Happening Tagged with: ,

Losing and Regaining Weight May Be Dangerous For Overweight Heart Patients

It appears repeatedly losing and regaining weight may be dangerous for overweight heart patients. A new U-S study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found heart attacks, strokes and death were more common in patients whose weight changed

Posted in All Stories, Derrick & Sylvia in the Morning, News, Sports, Sylvia, Whats Happening Tagged with: ,

[Streaming]: Join Thousands Watch April The Giraffe Who Is In Labour

April is a giraffe at the Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York, in the United States. After becoming pregnant, she became a “viral sensation” in February 2017 while being monitored by a live stream.   THINGS TO KNOW: April

Posted in All Stories, Derrick & Sylvia in the Morning, News, Sports, Sylvia, Whats Happening Tagged with: ,

Family Vacation Survey

Are you planning on taking one or more  vacations this year ? A new survey by AAA reveals that 35% of people plan to take a vacation this year. Other findings:   – 28% of people intend to take three

Posted in All Stories, Derrick & Sylvia in the Morning, Sylvia, Whats Happening Tagged with: ,

Robin Hood Flour Recall Expanded Across Country

The recall of Robin Hood brand flour announced last month by federal health officials now is expanded to all of Canada. Initially the recall of 10-kilogram bags of flour was for consumers in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The

Posted in All Stories, Derrick & Sylvia in the Morning, News, Sports, Sylvia, Whats Happening Tagged with: , ,

Reese’s Mini Peanut Butter Chocolate Eggs Officially Easter’s Most Craved Treat

Sorry Peeps, but when it comes to Easter treats the people have spoken: chocolate and peanut butter are the most coveted candy this year. According to a recent American survey from deals site RetailMeNot, Reese’s Mini Peanut Butter Chocolate Eggs

Posted in All Stories, Derrick & Sylvia in the Morning, News, Sports, Sylvia, Whats Happening Tagged with: ,

Rats; A Growing Problem In The capital

A fire station in Ottawa near Riverside South was closed after  a rat infestation was discovered over the weekend. The building was evacuated and firefighters were reassigned to neighbouring stations. Bait stations were set up outside the building walls, and

Posted in All Stories, Derrick & Sylvia in the Morning, Sylvia, Whats Happening Tagged with: , ,

The Prime Minister Had A Share At The Juno’s

The  Juno Awards opened with a skit with the prime minister phoning in a request for “Summer of ’69” and the show closed with a celebratory all-star performance of Summer of ’69 that included Sarah McLachlan —  a new Canadian Music

Posted in All Stories, Derrick & Sylvia in the Morning, News, Sports, Sylvia, Whats Happening Tagged with: ,

Hydro One’s Top Five Executives Paid About 11.7 Million

The cabinet minister in charge of the province’s spending says she realizes the salaries paid to Hydro One’s top executives add up to a large amount of money. But Treasury Board President Liz Sandals says the 4.5-million-dollar salary paid to

Posted in All Stories, Derrick & Sylvia in the Morning, News, Sports, Sylvia, Whats Happening Tagged with: ,

+ Follow Us

 

+ Upcoming Events

  1. The Ride For A.B.I.

    April 29 @ 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
  2. All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner

    April 29 @ 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm
  3. Country Music Night In Bourget

    April 29 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
  4. Limoges Spring Bazaar

    April 30 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
  5. Military Whist In Wendover

    April 30 @ 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm

+ On-Air & Shows