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Leonardo da Vinci Painting Sold For $450 million

CNN claims a Leonardo da Vinci painting was sold on Wednesday for $450 million. The painting shows Jesus holding a crystal orb. The painting sold at another auction in 1958 for $60. The painting’s owner, Russian businessman Dmitry Rybolovlev, pocketed

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Today Is National Unfriend Day

Facebook users are encouraged to clear their friends list of people, who are not really friends. The holiday was invented by Jimmy Kimmel. A survey by the University of Colorado, Denver reveals that the top five people to be unfriended

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Careerbuilder Survey Reveals 40% Employees Faked Sick Days With Crazy Excuses

A new survey by Careerbuilder reveals that 40% of people have faked a sick day in the past 12 months. That’s up 5% from last year. Other findings: – 40% of employers have checked on a sick employee – 25%

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In The News For Clarence Rockland — November 17, 2017

A large portion of eastern Ontario remains under a special weather statement from Environment Canada calling for rain or wet snow. Periods of Snow tomorrow morning with the risk of freezing rain in the afternoon…a high of 0…Sunday will see more

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Cards Against Humanity buys piece of U.S. border for holiday promotion

  Cards Against Humanity purchased a portion of the United States’ border with Mexico as part of its holiday promotion “Cards Against Humanity Saves America.” The Chicago-based card game company announced customers can pay $15 to sign up for the promotion

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In The News For Clarence-Rockland November 16 2017

The lead negotiators for Canada, the U-S and Mexico will not be attending the latest round of NAFTA talks, which get underway in Mexico City tomorrow. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland and her counterparts attended all four previous rounds, but

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Pet Pig Booted Off Flight

Metro UK claims a US Airways passenger and her emotional support pig were recently booted off a flight because the pig became disruptive. The passenger tied the pig to an armrest before it became agitated. A fellow passenger tells ABC;

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The World’s Worst Toys In Fact Are…

World’s Worst Toys: CBS claims Watch, or World Against Toys Causing Harm, has released their annual list of the world’s worst toys. They include … fidget spinners a Wonder Woman “battle sword” a remote-controlled Spider-Man drone a Disney-themed “stacking toy”

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Broken Heart Syndrome

A new study by the University of Aberdeen reveals that a broken heart is just as bad as a person having a heart attack.   Lead researcher Dr. Dana Dawson says broken heart syndrome or ‘takotsubo’ is real. ”It is

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In The News For Clarence Rockland — November 15, 2017

Voting on a proposed contract by striking faculty at the province’s 24 colleges continues today. The vote on the College Employer Council offer to the 12 thousand professors, instructors, counsellors and librarians began yesterday and is to end tomorrow morning.

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UGG Boots Bad For Your Posture

Ugg boots — the cozy footwear beloved by celebs — could be causing women serious knee injuries, warns a top surgeon.The comfy shoes don’t offer enough support, says Ian McDermott a knee surgeon, and could cause “knock-kneed” stance. He said he

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Cat Stevens On TV

The musician formerly known as Cat Stevens will celebrate 50 years as a musician with a P-B-S special. Yusuf, as he goes by now, will play his hits like “Moonshadow,” ”Wild World,“”Father and Son“ and ”Peace Train.“ He’ll discuss his

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Michael Bublé Returns

Michael Bublé will return to the stage next year after taking a hiatus from music to care for his elder son. The 42-year-old Canadian singer announced Monday on social media that he will perform at two concerts in July 2018. Bublé will

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In The News For Clarence-Rockland – Tuesday November 14

Voting begins today and runs through Thursday for faculty members at Ontario’s colleges who must decide whether to accept the latest contract offer or continue a strike that’s now into its fifth week.Some 12-thousand college professors, instructors, counsellors and librarians

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Cheese Recall

A cheese recall has been issued due to concerns of possible listeria contamination. The recall is for Agropur Import Collection’s firm ripened comte cheese with best before dates up to and including February 9, 2018. The cheese is a product

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