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Misspelled Jerseys Find New Owners… On Another Continent

Vermont’s capital city has said “merci” via Skype to a French city it’s named after for some misspelled soccer jerseys that were sent its way. Montpelier (pronounced mahnt-PEEL’-yuhr), Vermont, says Montpellier (pronounced mahn-pell-YAY’), France, ordered jerseys for its professional soccer

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It Seems Brothers Are Sort Of The Same The World Over

Along with all the official — and polite — social media statements, Prince William also had a typical brother-type response to his brother Prince Harry’s engagement announcement… “For me personally, I hope it means he stays out of my fridge

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One More Part Of The Banana That’s Healthy To Eat

When something on your fruit or vegetable looks odd, it isn’t unusual to instinctively toss it to the side. But some “weird” parts of fruits and veggies actually contain copious amounts of health benefits, or they may offer other little-known

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Scientists Call For Glitter Ban In The UK

Scientists are calling for an end to glitter as the environmental impacts of plastic wreak havoc upon the ocean environment. The Independent.co.uk reports Massey university environmental anthropologist Dr Trisia Farrelly said she believes glitter needs to be banned because it’s

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Snow In Paradise

Yes, it even snows in paradise.  The summits of famed Hawaii volcanoes Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa are getting an early coat of snow this season — with up to eight inches in the forecast. A winter storm warning was

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Keep The Kiddos Safe This Winter

Sure, you wouldn’t dare let your tot brave freezing temps without bundling him or her up, but research shows that wearing a coat in a car seat is a major safety risk. “There is a 75 to 95 per cent

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Grey Cup Rally Today

A rally for the 105th Grey Cup champion Argonauts is set for today in front of Toronto City Hall. Fans are encouraged to arrive at Nathan Phillips Square at least 15 minutes before the noon rally so they can greet

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It Came Right Down To The Wire In Snowy Ottawa

Lirim Hajrullahu dealt the Calgary Stampeders another stunning Grey Cup defeat. Hajrullahu’s 32-yard field goal with 53 seconds remaining earned the Toronto Argonauts a stunning 27-24 win over Calgary on a snowy Sunday night. It marked the second straight year

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It’s Official…

Britain’s Prince Harry is engaged to his actress girlfriend Meghan Markle, with the marriage due to take place in the spring of 2018, his father Prince Charles announced in a statement on Monday. Harry, 33, who is fifth-in-line to the

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Missing For Two Days In The Back Country, Dog-Walker Is Now Recovering

A BC dog walker who spent two days lost in Coquitlam’s back country is recovering “in a safe warm place.” Annette Poitras posted a photo on Facebook Thursday night from her hospital bed, with her husband Marcel Poitras. “Night 2

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Compostable Coffee Pods Could Become Standard In Canada

An Ontario private member’s bill that would require all coffee pods sold in the province to be compostable has passed a key hurdle. Progressive Conservative Norm Miller’s bill passed second reading Thursday, though it would still have to be called

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Just Some Bears, Doing A Little Window Shopping…

Three bears rummaging through trash cans outside a Tahoe City shopping mall are becoming a social media sensation after a Northern California deputy caught them on video. Placer County Sheriff’s Deputy Don Nevins was patrolling the Lighthouse Shopping Center Monday

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Stage 4 Cancer Patient Wins Jackpot; Will Help Sons As Well As Other Patients

Diane Bishop beamed as she held up a giant mock cheque, and posed for the cameras in Atlantic Lottery’s office. “Should I do a little dance?” she asked with a crackly voice, a side-effect of her chemotherapy. “It’s ok, my

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Kennedy Honoured On Dallas Anniversary

A year of events marking the 100th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s birth is drawing to a close exactly 54 years after his assassination. National park rangers will lay a wreath outside Kennedy’s childhood home in Brookline, Massachusetts, and

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David Cassidy Passes Away at 67

David Cassidy has died at the age of 67. “On behalf of the entire Cassidy family, it is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our father, our uncle, and our dear brother, David Cassidy,” his family said

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