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Medal Number Three For Boutin

Canada’s Kim Boutin has won the silver medal in 1000-metre short track speed skating in Pyeongchang. This is Boutin’s third medal at these Olympic Winter Games, having won bronze in the 500-metre and 1500-metre events. Source: Sportsnet Photo: sportsnet.ca

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Little Boy Gets His Dream Truck

A little Nova Scotia boy who every week waits wide-eyed for the local garbage truck to come, now has a truck of his own — just on a slightly smaller scale. Little Hiro turned three on Wednesday and his favourite

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Closures In Brantford Due To Flooding

Some updated info about closures in the Brantford area due to flooding and potential further flooding… The following schools are closed: Princess Elizabeth Agnes Hodge Jean Vanier Bellview Ecole Dufferin Ste-Marguerite Ste-Marie Lansdowne-Costain Also, Lansdowne Childrens’ Centre is closed, as

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***Flood Evacuations In Brantford***

NEWS ALERT – EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION FROM THE CITY OF BRANTFORD – February 21, 2018 – 7:55 am Due to current flooding conditions, and risks of further flooding throughout the day, the City’s Emergency Operations Centre has issued an immediate evacuation

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Canadian Security Officer Helps Save A Young Boy At Olympic Hockey Game

The biggest save of the Canada vs. Czech Republic hockey game at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang didn’t necessarily happen on the ice. B.C. RCMP officer Frank Martineau and his South Korean partner Yon Gyu Min, part of an international

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This House Looks Ordinary On The Outside, But The Interior Is Fit For Royalty

It’s a safe bet that this home in the small coastal town of Newport, Oregon is the only one — here, or maybe anywhere in North America — with an armorial flag behind which the 10th Earl of Shannon marched

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Another Gold in Pyeongchang

Canadian speed skater Ted-Jan Bloemen has won the gold medal in the men’s 10,000 metres at the Pyeongchang Olympics. Bloemen’s time of 12:39.77 was more than fast enough to edge Dutch luminary Sven Kramer, who tumbled out of the medals

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‘Lonely’ Book Dog’s Tale Has A Happy Ending

It’s a bit like a story from a great children’s book. A dog whose job is to give people some companionship while they read to him at the White Bear Lake Library (in Minneapolis) found himself sitting all alone one

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Teacher Advertises For Kidney Using Billboards

A Calgary teacher who needs a new kidney hopes the old adage “It Pays to Advertise” will help him find an organ donor for an operation that could save his life. Ryan Mclennan and his wife Shakina have purchased ad

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Olympic History

Canada’s Kaitlyn Lawes and John Morris won the first-ever Winter Games gold medal in mixed doubles curling on Tuesday, defeating the reigning world champions from Switzerland 10-3 at the Gangneung Curling Centre in South Korea. “Wow, this is unbelievable. A

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And This Little Piggy Had… Wait, What?

Meet Paws, the polydactyl cat. She has 28 toes, three extra on each forepaw and one extra on each back paw. And now, the 3-year-old is tied with another cat for the Guinness World Record for ‘feline with the most

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Is That Bargain Really A Bargain?

Who doesn’t love a good sale? But when bargain hunting, becomes the sole objective, you and your budget could be headed for big trouble. We’ve probably all said it at one time or another: “But it was such a deal!”

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A Gold For Canada’s Kingsbury

Canada’s Mikael Kingsbury has captured his first Olympic title, winning gold in the men’s moguls at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. The 25-year-old from Deux-Montagnes, Que., scored 86.63 in the third and final run to take top spot. Australia’s Matt Graham

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Brad Pitt In Fender Bender

Brad Pitt was reportedly involved in a car accident Monday in Los Angeles. It became a three-car pileup after the actor crashed his Tesla into a small silver Nissan, which then hit a black Kia truck. No one appeared to

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Kapanen Shows Up Large

Kasperi Kapanen has his mind made up. He no longer wants any part of life in the American Hockey League, even as good as it’s been to play for the powerhouse Marlies. He’s looking and acting and performing like a

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