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Lightning Goalie’s Triumphant Return Gives Leafs A Rough Night

Andrei Vasilevskiy (vah-sihl-EHV’-skee) didn’t need to shake off any rust. Tampa Bay’s goalie made a career-high 48 saves in his return from a broken left foot and the Lightning beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-1 in a matchup of the

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Smugglers May Be Getting More Creative

Customs officers at Kennedy airport in New York found 70 live finches hidden inside hair rollers in a duffel bag. They say they think the passenger arriving from Guyana brought the songbirds to the U-S to use them in singing

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An Interesting Place To Be Found…

A man who authorities say was possibly trying to burglarize an abandoned Chinese restaurant has been rescued from the grease vent, where officials say he had been trapped for two days. The Alameda County sheriff’s office in California says deputies

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Dolly Helps Say Goodbye To Her Songwriter Brother With Beautiful Music

Dolly Parton honored her late brother with a song at a private memorial service in Tennessee on Monday. Floyd Estel Parton, her longtime songwriting partner, died last Thursday at the age of 61. “Dolly, and the entire Parton Family, wish

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Beautiful Hockey Photo Is Resonating Around The World

A Halifax photographer has engineered an iconic Atlantic Canadian winter scene: A pick-up hockey game set against the backdrop of Peggy’s Cove at sunset. Adam Cornick said he’s received a “phenomenal” response since posting the shot to his Facebook page

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What Are Car Thieves Targeting Most?

A new report says choosy car thieves are setting their sights on Ford trucks and high-end SUVs as the number of automotive thefts continues to rise across the country. The Insurance Bureau of Canada says in its annual list of

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Drug Shortage Very Real In Canada

As Canada continues to grapple with a relentless stream of drug shortages, one in four adults in the country has either personally been affected in the last three years or knows someone who has, according to a survey commissioned by

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An ‘Oops’ To The Tune Of 200,000 Copies

Decked out in holiday lights and decorations, Omaha’s Union Station is a perfect photo subject for the Nebraska’s tourism guide. Unfortunately, the photo that was published is actually the Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri. A spokeswoman for the Nebraska

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One Tough Old Ship Goes In For Some Work

A vessel that survived the Halifax Explosion more than a century ago is getting some work done. Nova Scotia’s government says it will dry dock the C-S-S Acadia to repair the hull, electrical systems and ballast tank. The 105-year-old steel-hulled

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Can’t Beat Beets

After years of being relegated to the recesses of the salad bar next to the shredded cheese and croutons, beets are now enjoying their much-deserved place at the center stage of a healthy diet. They’re not only full of essential

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Chocolate Milk Back On the Menu

Children in New Brunswick will be able to ask their school lunch lady if she’s “got chocolate milk?” again. Conservative Premier Blaine Higgs’ government is bringing the sugary drink back after the previous Liberals nixed it as a health issue.

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Food Bank Is The Thankful Recipient Of $17,000 – After Very Honest Client Turns It In

Early one morning, Kevin Booth, who is homeless, was hungry. So he went to his local food bank in Sumner, Wash., looking for the bread that is left outside overnight for people to take. But instead of bread, a brown

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Single Dad Enjoying His Baby Daughter Born Through Surrogacy

Nathan Chan, 33, welcomed his baby daughter, Nanette, into the world in May 2018 following an eight-year journey, which included six surrogate mothers. Chan’s journey to fatherhood has been anything but straightforward. He decided at the age of 25 that

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‘Diane The Turtle’ Celebrates A Birthday Milestone

How does a turtle celebrate a birthday? If you’re Diane the Turtle, the answer is “in style.” The turtle was given to a bedridden boy in New Hampshire in 1968 _ and they have been up together since. To mark

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Former President’s Service Dog Says Goodbye, Goes Back Into Service In A New Capacity

Sully H.W. Bush, a yellow Labrador service dog who worked with late former President George H.W. Bush, traveled with Bush’s casket on his flight to Washington, DC. Jim McGrath, Bush’s spokesman, posted an image of Sully next to Bush’s casket

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