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‘Zombie Law’ Proposed For Ontario Pedestrians

A proposed “Zombie Law” could mean some changes for Ontario pedestrians. (It is named such, after its passing in several US cities, such as Honolulu, for people’s resemblance to zombies as they blankly stare at their cellphones.) The “Phones Down,

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Leafs Win Their Third In A Row

Backup Curtis McElhinney stopped 41 shots as the Toronto Maple Leafs shut out the Edmonton Oilers 1-0 on Sunday. Zach Hyman scored for the Maple Leafs (20-10-1). McElhinney was making just his fifth start of the season, giving starter Frederik

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Remember That Night I Was An NHL Goalie?

Tyler Stewart certainly had a Thursday night to remember. The St. Louis Blues season-ticket holder – who’s a vending machine worker by day – briefly served as the club’s backup goaltender last night. So how did this happen? Goalie Carter

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Spreading The Message To Be Kind

Lynette McGill is spreading the message “be kind,” after an unusual encounter with a customer at the Saskatoon store where she works. On Monday at the store, McGill says she met a survivor of the Oct. 1 mass shooting in

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Are You In?

Dubai is offering thrill-seekers a new way to see its dazzling skyscrapers: On one of the world’s longest zip lines. The 170 metre-high (558 foot) XLine opens this week in Dubai’s Marina neighbourhood. For an entire kilometre (3,280 feet), those

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Little Visitors On Parliament Hill

Whining and crying might not be anything new on Parliament Hill, but it took on a new context today during question period. The high-pitched voice that briefly echoed through the House of Commons belonged not to a sitting member, but

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Mayer Has Emergency Appendectomy

John Mayer was taken to the hospital for emergency surgery on Tuesday, his band ‘Dead & Company’ announced on Twitter. “Early this morning, Tuesday, December 5th, John Mayer was admitted into the hospital for emergency appendectomy forcing the Dead &

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Ontario Parks About To Celebrate 125th Year

In 2018, Ontario Parks, one of Canada’s largest provincial park systems, celebrates 125 years. The birthday theme is ‘Healthy Parks Healthy People’. Special events are planned in honour of the anniversary and campgrounds are expected to be very busy — would-be

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Peregrine Falcon Experiences Resurgence In Canada

For the first time in four decades, a bird known for its speed could be removed from the list of threatened species in most of Canada. The peregrine falcon, which can fly at speeds up to 320 kilometres per hour,

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Montreal Bridge Project Has List Of 2000 Potential Defects

The federal transport minister offered reassurances Monday that a new Montreal bridge will be safe, despite a published report that 2,000 defects have been found in parts manufactured by a Spanish company. “It’s in good hands,” Marc Garneau said. “All

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Employers Could Be Facing a Crunch in 2018

Canada’s employers face a potential “workforce crisis” next year, as employees take advantage of a strong job market to leave their jobs in search of better pay and work conditions, a new report says. And it’s due to employers’ own

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Squirrel Leaves Impressive Stash Under Hood Of Man’s Vehicle

A Michigan resident was surprised to find his vehicle had become a clever hiding spot for a squirrel’s winter food stash this week. While pulling out of his driveway in the Lake Orian area, Paul Ziemba, 23, heard a strange

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Zoo Staff Help Man Bitten By Deadly Cobra

The Toronto Zoo says its reptile and amphibian curator saved a young man’s life Wednesday night after he sustained a potentially deadly snake bite from a poisonous cobra. According to a statement from the Zoo, Dr. Andrew Lentini was contacted

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Misspelled Jerseys Find New Owners… On Another Continent

Vermont’s capital city has said “merci” via Skype to a French city it’s named after for some misspelled soccer jerseys that were sent its way. Montpelier (pronounced mahnt-PEEL’-yuhr), Vermont, says Montpellier (pronounced mahn-pell-YAY’), France, ordered jerseys for its professional soccer

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It Seems Brothers Are Sort Of The Same The World Over

Along with all the official — and polite — social media statements, Prince William also had a typical brother-type response to his brother Prince Harry’s engagement announcement… “For me personally, I hope it means he stays out of my fridge

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