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This is What Your Ice Cream Preference Says About Your Personality

Does your ice cream preference say more about you than you think? If you like doing laundry, watching a sci-fi movie and listening to the soothing sounds of jazz, then you are likely a strawberry ice cream fanatic. However, when

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Just Seeing Nature May Curb Unhealthy Cravings

A  new study finds that you can benefit without even putting on your shoes. The key is being able to see the green space from your home.  Researchers at the University of Plymouth in Devon in the U.K. found that just

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Dining Etiquette Rules No One Follows Anymore

Turning off cell phones before a meal Buttering bread one bite at a time. Passing the salt and pepper together Serving women first Waiting to eat until everyone is served Passing dishes clockwise Leaving your napkin on the chair. Keeping

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Jimmy Fallon First Late-Night Host To Venture Back Into The Studio

Jimmy Fallon became the first American late-night host to ventureback into the studio last night. Fallon brought his “Tonight Show” back to its pre-COVID-19 homein New York’s Rockefeller Center, accompanied by a scaled-downversion of his house band The Roots, and

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Van Life

As the pandemic drags on, “van life” is shifting into high gear. The New York Times reports business is booming for companies that rent or sell retrofitted sleeper vans, and some now have yearlong waitlists. One van maker says he sells custom

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GTA business magnate and philanthropist has passed away

We are saddened to report the passing of GTA business magnate and philanthropist with whom we have partnered for many years. Mr. Ignat (Iggy) Kaneff has passed away at the age of 93. In 1951, he immigrated to Canada from

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House Fires Spike—Due To COVID-19

Reports say that many recent fires seem to be the result of people trying to cook for the first time, perhaps as a reaction to frugality or isolation-era boredom. These novice cooks may end up igniting an uncleaned stove, pouring

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Financial Help Soon For Those Who Weren’t Initially Eligible

Financial help will soon be on the way for hundreds of thousandsof entrepreneurs, small businesses and young people who weren’tinitially eligible for emergency federal aid programs. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to announce a retooledCanada Summer Jobs program and

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In The News For Thursday December 6, 2018

Provincial Environment Minister Rod Phillips is set to discuss Ontario’s new climate change plan with his federal counterpart today. The plan was unveiled last week and replaces the cap-and-trade system brought in by the previous Liberal regime and does not

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In The News For Wednesday December 5, 2018

Today’s state funeral for George H-W Bush will be attended by former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter. The last time they were together with U-S President Donald Trump was at his inauguration in January

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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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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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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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