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Possible Solution To Norfolk’s Feral Cat Issue

Norfolk is finally ready to try something to get the county’s feral cat population under control. Norfolk council this week agreed to divide $50,000 between two groups that are prepared to trap feral cats, neuter them, and release them into

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Here’s Hoping Ours Pales In Comparison…

When the sun finally broke through a blizzard that lasted three days in northern Manitoba, a local leader said it looked like the moon. Churchill declared a state of local emergency on Friday after about 60 centimetres had fallen since

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Amber Alert

Toronto police have issued an Amber Alert as they search for a four-year-old girl who was inside a car that was stolen this morning when it was left running outside the family home. Here are details of the four-year-old, identified

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“Will You…………..?”

A California man’s proposal plan backfired on him as a romantic flight over the Blossom Trail turned into an hurling mess. Darrell Hamilton Jr, 26, surprised Rheanna Lopez, 35, with a flight on a small plane above on February 11.

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Natural Wonder Is No More

If you’re headed to Malta, you can sadly no longer expect to capture the Azure Window in shiny filters for Instagram. The popular limestone arch collapsed into the Mediterranean Sea on Wednesday. Located on Gozo Island and formally known as

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Amazing Basketball Achievements Honoured In New ‘Heritage Minute’

Kay MacBeth is 95 years old and the last surviving member of one of the greatest dynasties in sports, a group of Canadian athletes whose accomplishments have been, until now, often overlooked. “I was part of something special,” she says.

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Young Goalie Stops A Whopping 86 Shots On Goal

Cole McLaren really got hung out to dry by his defense on Monday night. McLaren’s Valley Wildcats played Halifax McDonald’s in an outrageous Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League playoff game. The marathon lasted more than five hours — 137

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PM Marks International Women’s Day

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who proudly calls himself a feminist, is marking International Women’s Day with much fanfare. Trudeau will begin the day by joining International Development Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau in an announcement related to the rights of women. He

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Six Things That Are Always On Sale in March

Gardening Supplies: With planting season right around the corner, now’s the time that garden centers tend to offer deep discounts on everything from clay pots to Miracle-Gro and mulch. Keep your eyes peeled for fliers advertising flash sales—sometimes to the

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“Daughters Of The Vote” Descend On Parliament Hill

This year’s International Women’s Day (March 8) is poised to be big. It is of course riding the momentum of the massive, global Women’s March, and Equal Voice Canada, an organization that works to boost women’s political participation, are all

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Jays Take Another Look At Lawrie

It appears more teams than just the Tampa Bay Rays are showing interest in free agent Brett Lawrie, and one of those suitors may be seeking a reunion with the fiery infielder. On Sunday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay

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Mom Quits Smoking After Son Saves Her Life

Suffering a heart attack didn’t stop Laurie Warmington from smoking, but after experiencing a second cardiac arrest that required her teenage son to save her life with CPR, she knew it was time to quit forever. “After my first cardiac

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Adorable Five Year Olds Just Want To Trick Teacher

Sometimes life’s best lessons come from those with the least experience. The story of two 5-year-old boys from Kentucky, one white and one black, is teaching us all a little about racial harmony. The story exploded online when the mother

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Vodka Recall In Ontario

Some bottles of vodka are being recalled in Ontario because the alcohol content is about double what it should be. The Liquor Control Board of Ontario says labels on one batch of Georgian Bay Vodka say they contain 40 per

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Police Thank Observant Canada Post Carrier For Helping Little Boy

The RCMP are thanking a Canada Post employee in British Columbia for helping solve a case involving a nude toddler who had gone missing. The three-year-old boy was wearing nothing but rubber boots when he was found in Prince George

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