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Overnight Carnage Closes Eastern Ontario Highways

Stretches of three highways in eastern Ontario were closed…

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Giant Hogweed Plant That Can Cause Burns And Blindness Spreading In Canada

It can cause third-degree burns and even permanent blindness – and it’s spreading.  

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Loblaw Recalling Chicken Nuggets Over Salmonella Fears

Loblaw Companies Ltd. (TSX:L) says it is recalling select packages of chicken nuggets out of what “an abundance of caution.”   The grocery chain says some packages of President’s Choice pub recipe chicken nuggets may expose consumers to salmonella if the nuggets

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[Audio] “The Last Hanging” At L’Orignal Old Jail

  L’Orignal Old Jail coordinator Emma Calvert stopped into The Miki In The Morning show to talk about their upcoming  play called “The last hanging” based on a true story.  If you missed the interview, click on the interview below.

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Costco Directors Charged

Two Costco directors are facing professional misconduct charges for allegedly accepting kickbacks when buying drugs for their pharmacies.

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Relaxed Rules For Wine Sales Take Effect At Ontatio Grocery Stores

Wine is now available on the shelves of select grocery stores across Ontario.   Eventually, the Liberal government says beer and cider will be available in up to 450 grocery stores, and 300 of those will also be selling wine.

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67 New Places To Get Your Wine

The LCBO a bit out of the way? Well your local grocery store may now be a better option. 

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The Great Benjamin’s Circus In Hawkesbury

Experience the fun, and excitement of The Great Benjamin’s Circus under The Big Top at Confederation Park with your family.  Two dates, two incredible shows.  Saturday September 24 at 4:30pm, and 7:00pm.  And Sunday September 25 at 2:00pm, and 4:00pm.

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Vankleek Hill Fair

Forget about Christmas In July, this year’s fair theme is Christmas in August.  Families around the region plan their summer around the fair because there is something for everyone no matter your age.   Some of the events, and activities

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Williamstown Fair

The St. Lawrence Valley Agricultural Society invited you to Canada’s Oldest Fair.  Some of the events that you can take in at this year’s fair include:   Miniature train display Antique farming machinery The Glengarry Holstein Cattle Show K-9 agility

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Point, Click, Wine!

Ontario consumers will be able to order alcohol through a new online ordering service that will bring products from the Liquor Control Board of Ontario to their doorsteps through Canada Post

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Ontario Town’s Chocolate Is Deemed Best In The World

This year’s winner of a prestigious global chocolate award had its humble beginning from the basement of an Ottawa-area home.   The Hispaniola chocolate bar by Almonte, Ont.-based Hummingbird Chocolate Maker took the 2016 Golden Bean prize at the Academy

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Unusual Farms To Visit In Ontario

With summer arrived, its time for the entire family to enjoy the outdoors-and not expensive eather. So while U-Pick berry and apple farms as a sweet summertime treat, Ontario has its share

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Canada Day Celebration In Hawkesbury

Celebrate Canada Day at the Confederation Park in Hawkesbury. The Jewel Crew will be on site from noon to 4pm. Come meet us!   Schedule 8am to 12am: Golden Age Club Brunch 12pm to 6pm: inflatable games, face painting, water

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‘Avocado Halves’ Spotted At GTA Sobeys Spark Outrage Online

Apparently nature’s packaging wasn’t good enough.   A Thornhill, Ont., Sobeys recently sparked online outrage by selling pre-peeled and packaged avocado halves  for $3.99.   On Facebook, Christine Kizik shared a photo of the avocado halves taken by her friend

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