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Right Place, Right Time To Save Two Lives

Once it was all over, Brian and Lisa Schmidt just kept on running. The couple’s Sunday afternoon training session for next month’s Ottawa Race Weekend marathon was unexpectedly interrupted when they had to rescue two canoeists who’d lost control of their boat on the Ottawa River.

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‘Poop Power’ In Waterloo

The Ontario city best known for headquartering BlackBerry may soon be known for an entirely different commodity — dog poop. Waterloo will soon be the home of a pilot program that will turn dog waste into energy, using a process

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Smithsonian Working To Keep Cheetahs Off Endangered List

The fastest animal on earth can’t outrun the threats in a changing world, but can scientists help slow things down? At just three weeks old, the newest residents of the Smithsonian’s cheetah science facility are getting a check-up. “This is

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Just Why Do Our Cats Lie On Our Stuff?

Cats are certainly creatures of comfort, and certainly enjoy a good lie down. Indeed with some of our feline friends getting 16 hours of sleep day, chances are you’ll find yours napping in various nooks throughout the house. But what

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Five Tory Leadership Candidates Visit Norfolk

 Say what you will about Kevin O’Leary, the guy can draw a crowd. The reality TV star joined four other Conservative Party of Canada leadership hopefuls for a candidate forum at the Delhi German Home Tuesday night. When speeches concluded,

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Celine Says She’s Not Ready To Date

Celine Dion says it is “definitely too soon” to start dating again following the death of her husband René Angélil. The ‘My Heart Will Go On’ hitmaker’s husband passed away in January 2016 after a battle with throat cancer and

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This Kitchen Staple Never Expires

Your food should go bad. That’s the general rule of thumb when eating a healthy, clean diet; fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, and whole grains all have a shelf life, anywhere from days to weeks, sometimes months or even years for

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12 Year Old Hero

A Virginia mother says her young daughter is a true hero after saving her little sister from a crazed carjacker. Brandie Weiler told InsideEdition.com that she was driving with her two daughters, Madison, 12, and Mollie, 7, when they witnessed

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Recall Expanded Again

For a third time in three weeks, a recall of a popular brand of flour has been expanded due to E. coli contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s initial late March recall was for Robin Hood Original All-Purpose flour sold

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That Age Old Question: Where To Keep The Butter?

Some of us will store our butter in the fridge, while others will store it in the cupboard. But we have bad news for those in the latter group. Apparently, all of us should actually be keeping our butter refrigerated.

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Pilot Lends Mom A Helping Hand

A pilot has been showered with praise after he helped a passenger look after her children during a flight. Captain Tom Nystrom, of Finnair, gave a helping hand after he saw that an overwhelmed mother had four young boys, two of

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Couple Waits Nine Years To Open Wedding Present… For Good Reason

When Brandon and Kathy Gunn got married in Michigan nine years ago, they received on very interesting gift from Kathy’s great Aunt Alison. On the outside of the box it said: “Do not open until your first disagreement.” So for

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Flour Recall Expands Again

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has broadened a national flour recall over further fears of E. coli contamination. The initial recall issued on March 28 applied only to Robin Hood flour sold in four provinces in Western Canada. The inspection agency extended the

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Raptors Look Good In Last Regular Season Game; Champion Cavs? Not So Much

They staggered to the finish line looking nothing like champions. It’s time for the Cavaliers to get up. It’s playoff time. LeBron James watched in street clothes as Jonas Valanciunas dropped his first career 3-pointer and the Toronto Raptors closed

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Sundae Cup Recall Grows

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says more varieties of Wholesome Farms’ sundae cups have been recalled due to possible Listeria contamination. The agency announced earlier this month that Central Smith Creamery was recalling its Wholesome Farms brand of strawberry sundae

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