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In The News For Friday October 19, 2018

The province is telling pot enthusiasts they shouldn’t worry about a potential Canada Post strike, because there’s a backup plan in place to make sure everyone gets their legal weed. But the  Finance Minister  refused to say what, exactly, that

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The Tip Of Your Shoelace Has A Name

Those plastic or metal tips on both ends of your shoelaces are called aglets, and they’re more important than you’d think. Just try lacing a shoe without them. In fact, aglets have been around since ancient Rome, though they were

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In The News For Thursday October 18, 2018

Police have charged 25 year old Brandon Smeltzer, of Bayside, Nova Scotia with a first-degree murder charge in the death of Emilie Maheu. He  was located in News Brunswick, and is being transported back to Ontario where he will appear

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Science Says This Music Playlist Will Cure Your Broken Heart

Recently, a team of scientists worked with Amazon to create a customized “Heartbreak Recovery” playlist that taps into the five commonly known stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. The playlist runs 3 hours and 48 minutes and includes

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In The News For Wednesday October 17, 2018

Recreational marijuana became legal across the country at midnight, making Canada the first G-7 nation to do so. Most adult Canadians are now able to buy and use recreational cannabis legally, and even grow a few plants at home, but

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Wacky But True

A Slovakian woman has amassed a world record-breaking collection of over 80,000 napkins.  Antonia Kozakova has collected 80,000 individual designs, which she keeps piled up in her office. One of the eldest designs dates back to the 1940s.   Even

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In The News For Tuesday October 16, 2018

The O-P-P is warning its officers that they must report “fit for duty” as cannabis legalization looms. In a release Monday night, provincial police say they’re committed to maintaining a drug- and alcohol-free workplace. Commissioner Vince Hawkes is quoted as

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John Tesh Says Jasmine Can Help You Sleep At Night

Share this fragrant intel today, from The John Tesh Radio Show!​ John Tesh can be heard every day at 10 a.n. until 3 p.m. on the Jewel radio network.     Try jasmine. Jasmine can help you sleep at night and

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In The News For Monday October 15, 2018

Police responded to a report of a body being discovered in South Glengarry Township on Saturday. It was confirmed to be that of 26-year-old Emilie Maheu, a woman reported as missing several days ago. The OPP says it is now

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How Often Do You Wash Your towel?

Ever wonder after how many showers do you throw your towel in the washing machine, and what is the official towel use to wash ratio. First of all, it isn’t environmentally friendly to wash your towels in the washing machine

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In The News For Friday October 12, 2018

The provincial government says it will cancel a scheduled increase in a beer tax that was set to kick in next month. The Progressive Conservatives say the three-cent-per-litre increase was planned by the previous Liberal regime and will be scrapped.

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This New Font Could Actually Improve Your Memory

A group of Australian scientists claim to have unlocked the secret to improving human memory retention. And it’s hidden in the words you read on your computer. They have developed a brand new font, called Sans Forgetica, which they claim will

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In The News For Thursday October 11, 2018

The South Nation Conservation  released a report indicating that the watershed region is not meeting the minimum amount of forest cover under the federal environmental guidelines for healthy and sustainable forest habitat. The report, which can be found on the

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7 Things You Should Always Buy At Thrift Stores

1. High-end apparel 2. Furniture 3. “Funky fashion” items 4. Picture frames 5. Clothes, toys and athletic gear for kids 6. Kitchen items 7. Books Photo: Wikipedia

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In The News For Wednesday October 10, 2018

The Ontario Provincial Police detachment in Russell is looking to identify a suspicious man who was involved in two separate incidents in the town. Back on September 4, at around 5:00 late afternoon, police say a man visited a local day

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