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Highest-Paid TV Hosts of 2018

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School Thinks Christmas Is Too Commercial: They Ban It

  Lady Lumley’s School, in North Yorkshire, England, has banned Christmas because it is too commercial. The school is not allowing teachers to decorate their classrooms because they feel the meaning of the festive season has been lost.   Students,

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Scan And Pay For Your Groceries Using Your Phone

  Today Loblaws is testing self-checkout with new technology called “shop and scan” — a system that lets people scan their items using their smartphone. The testing will take place at five grocery stores in the Greater Toronto Area, and will expand to three

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In The News For Thursday November 22, 2018

A member of Premier Doug Ford’s caucus is criticizing the government’s decisions to cancel a planned French-language university and scrap the office of the French-language services commissioner. Amanda Simard, who represents the mainly French-speaking riding of Glengarry-Prescott-Russell, calls the moves

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In The News For Wednesday November 21, 2018

A fifth week of rotating postal strikes continues this morning, as the head of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers warns the government that threatening back-to-work legislation won’t help settle the nearly year-long labour dispute. Ottawa says it is prepared

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In The News For Tuesday November 20, 2018

  Quebec’s premier is pressing his Ontario counterpart to reconsider controversial changes to French language services. But yesterday, Francois Legault couldn’t sway Doug Ford, who maintained that francophones in Ontario would continue to be well served. Legault says he expressed

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Ford Wants To Get Rid Of “New Car Smell”

  Ford recently filed a patent for an odor-removal process that eliminates a vehicle’s “new car smell.” The move is an attempt to accommodate consumers in China, who often complain about the smell.   J.D. Power senior director Brent Gruber

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In The News For Monday November 19, 2018

At last word, the union representing Canada’s postal workers was still awaiting a response on two fronts, as a month of crippling rotating postal strikes continue this morning. CUP-W wants an answer from Canada Post regarding its counter-proposal after the

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The Next Movie Superheros

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In The News For Friday November 16, 2018

It is the first official snow day of the year. School bus and special vehicle transportation has been cancelled in all counties served by the: Catholic District School Board and the Upper Canada District School Board. All schools remain open.

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Oxford Dictionary’s Word Of The Year Is…

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Top Earning Charities In Canada

  According to the website, charityintelligence.ca, here is a list of the top earning charities in Canada

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In The News For Thursday November 15, 2018

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for much of eastern Ontario, from Belleville right up to Prescott-Russell. The statement is calling for between 10 – 15 cm of snow starting late today into tomorrow and is expected to wrap

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Backpacks For The Homeless 2018

  The annual Backpacks For The Homeless has returned for another year, filling 2000 backpacks with essentials for those without a home.  This is a perfect way to give during the holidays to those in need.  Offices, service clubs, schools,

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In The News For Wednesday November 14, 2018

With rotating strikes by unionized workers in its fourth week, Canada Post is suspending delivery time guarantees. Canadian Union of Postal Workers members walked off the job early yesterday in Toronto and at the Canada Post distribution centre in nearby

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