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Ontario Nursing Homes Menu Changes Thanks To Budget

  Nursing homes will get better, fresher food thanks to a funding boost from the province. The 67-cent increase — from $8.33 to roughly over $9.00 a day starting July 1st. This new funding will enable homes to buy local

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

The First Look at Crayola’s New Blue

  Crayola has unveiled its new blue crayon, about a month after it retired the color Dandelion from its 24-count crayon box set. The art supply company on Friday gave fans their first look at the new and yet-to-be-named crayon,

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Remember The VCR

  If you enjoy the past too much you can get stuck there. At the same what is our life but a collection of memories both old and new, and for many people the VCR was a crucial part of

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Elton John coming to St. Catharines

  Music legend Elton John is coming to St. Catharines this fall. The pop icon and his band will perform at Meridian Centre on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 8 p.m. as part of a six-city concert tour that will feature

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

It’s Really A Peeling, The Banana Museum

  Escape to the most a peeling destination on the planet the International Banana Museum. Here you will find the world’s largest collection devoted to any one fruit. They have over 20,000 banana related items to marvel at. Located in

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Bust Open The Change Jar-Jar For A Solid Gold Vader Mask

  A jeweller in Tokyo, Japan, is selling a life-size Darth Vader mask made of 24-karat gold for the bargain price of $1.4 million The jeweller unveiled the glitzy helmet to celebrate the 40th anniversary of “Star Wars: A New

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Is Juicing Good For You?

  Research is now showing, spending 10 bucks on—or trying to replace breakfast with—a beverage that essentially amounts to cold, sugary soup is not all that healthy. Researchers have tackled the myths of juice-related health benefits and Juice cleanses in

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

This Is the Worst Password You Can Use

  On line users are told their passwords aren’t secure enough and that they must create better ones for security but a list of the most-hacked passwords suggests that many of them aren’t heeding the warnings. The top two have

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

A Real, Functional Banana Phone Is Coming Soon

  Excuse me, but I think your banana is ringing, if you remember the classic 1994 hit by Raffi, “Banana Phone,” you’ve likely been wanting a Banana Phone to chat with friends on ― and now you can actually pre-order

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Skippy Peanut Butter No Longer For Sale In Canada

  Skippy’s owner, U.S.-based Hormel Foods, discontinued the brand in Canada several months ago, and then it slowly disappeared from store shelves. Hormel says it stopped selling Skippy in this country due to factors like competition and pricing that hurt

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Stephen Hawking Says We Must Leave The Earth

  There might be several reasons why you’d like to leave Earth in the near future. You might be enthralled by anything that moves Elon Musk. You might be troubled by the erratic nature of today’s geopolitics. You might have

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Are You Drinking Enough Water?

  Water, it surrounds us every day, and even makes up roughly 60% of our bodies, so it’s no wonder things go wrong when there isn’t enough of it around. Dehydration occurs when our body is releasing more fluids than

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Dog Found Abandoned After U.K. Owner Left For Canada

  An elderly dog has been found tied up and abandoned in the U.K., along with a note claiming the pooch’s original owner has moved to Canada. The 12-year-old dog, named Tessa, was discovered in South Yorkshire on Apr. 23.

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

‘We don’t want to be an office:’ Café Owners Are Pulling The Plug on WiFi

  While most cafés offer free WiFi, including large chains there is a growing number of independent coffee shops choosing to ditch or limit Internet use. By not offering WiFi, they’re hoping to create more of a community atmosphere where

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Survey Finds, Many Children Go Days Without Eating Any Vegetables

  Toddlers south of the boarder are more likely to eat French fries than green vegetables on any given day, according to a new national survey. Many young kids also go without any vegetables at all. One in four 6-

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

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