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Here’s A Possible Road Trip For Woodstock Fans…

The bass belonging to Jack Casady of Jefferson Airplane and the handwritten lyrics for “Goin’ Up The Country” by Alan Wilson of Canned Heat will be on display this summer at the museum on the site of the original Woodstock.

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A Female Superhero Is Showing Up Big At The Box Office

Female power has reared up at the box office – in a big way. “Captain Marvel,” the Marvel Studios’ movie featuring Carol Danvers has become one of the biggest blockbusters ever led by a woman. The movie, starring Brie Larson

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Will Ontario Adopt A One-Time Use Plastics Ban?

The Ontario government is weighing a possible ban on single-use plastics, which include bags, water bottles and straws. Environment Minister Rod Phillips says the government is open to the idea. The province is also mulling a deposit return system for

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Thinking Of Calling Back That Unknown Caller?

We’ve all had it happen: You look at your phone and notice a missed call from a familiar-looking number that isn’t in your contacts. Your first instinct might be to call back and see who it was, but that’s the

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Watch Where You Step At The Zoo… And Not For The Reason You Might Think

Usually at a zoo when you see something to make you “ooh” and “aah”, it’s an impressive animal like an elephant or a giraffe. But staff at the Louisville Zoo are marveling at a giant sinkhole. How large is it?

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That’s Quite The Price Tag!

A one-of-a-kind Bugatti luxury sports car with a huge 16-cylinder engine has been sold for a record 18.9-million dollars U-S. It’s called “La Voiture Noire” — French for “The Black Car.” Bugatti unveiled the car at the Geneva auto show

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Toronto Man Is A Bit ‘Thunderstruck’ By Donation

A Toronto hockey referee says he’s considering extending his annual marathon skate for Alzheimer’s research after getting a big donation from AC/DC guitarist Angus Young. Steve McNeil finished the seventh leg of his ice “skate-a-thon” fundraiser in Winnipeg yesterday, and

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A Long Life, Well-Lived

Dr. Robert Wiener, Canada’s oldest man, passed away this past Sunday. He was 110 years old. Wiener was born in 1908 in Montreal. He grew up in the Mile End area of the city, when horse-drawn carriages, not cars, were

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Comfort Dogs For Nervous Travelers

Anxious travellers and dog lovers, rejoice! Therapy dogs are coming to Pearson Airport. The Greater Toronto Airports Authority says 15 dog teams from the St. John Ambulance will be roaming terminals 1 and 3 at Peason International Airport on a

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Simple Trick That May Help Put You To Sleep Quickly

Insomniacs, prepare for the best night’s sleep ever. No more tossing and turning into the wee hours of the morning. No more counting sheep on Sunday evenings. And no more lying wide-eyed in the dark after waking up in the

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Keep This Away From Kids And Teens: A Warning From Health Canada

Health Canada is advising parents not to give children or adolescents cough and cold products that contain opioids. A safety review found there is very limited evidence to even support the effectiveness of the potent narcotics in cough and cold

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This Moose Battle Is Getting Uglier

Moose Jaw’s moose war with a Norwegian town is hitting new heights. Last week, the Norwegian band Ganic Vimarida released a song that called for a truce between the two communities that have been in a tiff over the status

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Sounds Like Paradise…

In 1991, Kim Sin-yeol and her husband made the unusual decision to move to a lonely outcrop of islands at the heart of a long-standing territorial dispute between Japan and South Korea. Currently administered by Seoul, the Dokdo Islands are

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Well, That’s Pretty Simple Advice…

If you’re looking for love this Valentine’s Day, researchers at Michigan State University say the key to long-term happiness is this: Choose someone who is nice, and less neurotic than you are. The study looked at 2500 couples who had

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That’s A Big ‘Nyet’ (‘No’)

A Russian teenager is facing several fines after he refitted his car to drive it backward. The 18-year-old posted a video on social media showing how he had relocated everything underneath the hood to where the trunk normally is, and

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