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Lunchtime Trivia Monday, December 10

Our Question for Today had quite a bit to do with holiday cheer, whether you take it alcoholic or not! Our question was: In 2017 Canadians purchased 9.5 million litres of this. What is it?   With the hint of

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Fonthill Girl Wins Greeting Card Contest With Heartwarming Message

A Niagara region girl has the right message for the right time of year. 9-year-old Alexa Kirkwood of Fonthill was named the grand prize-winning entry of the 12th Annual Holiday Card Contest for kids. She is the daughter of a Service Desk Analyst

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Christmas Tree Rentals

Millions of Christmas Trees are purchased in Canada each and every year, millions more are exported from Canada; in 2016 alone nearly 2 million Christmas Trees were sent out into the rest of the world. It is a Christmas tradition that

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Lunchtime Trivia Thursday, December 6

Lunchtime Trivia this afternoon took a take on health that many people struggle with at this time of the year with all of the holiday’s happening. Our Question was: Although most Canadians want to do this, only about 1 in

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Winter Weather Brings Watches And Travel Advisory

There are Snow Squall Watches in effect for parts of Southern Ontario this morning including the Waterloo region where Environment Canada is warning residents of Mount Forest, Arthur, and Northern Wellington County, as well as most areas west and north,

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Lunchtime Trivia Wednesday, December 5

This Lunchtime Trivia had people thinking of all sorts of old fashioned items that might have come in handy, and mostly had the idea right that it was something you would still find Today. Our Question was: This was invented

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Food Recalls For People And Pets

There have been a number of food recalls in the last week; including tahini products for salmonella and shake up salads for listeria. The Canadian Food Inspection agency has alerted Canadians to the industry recall of Achva and S&F brand

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Lunchtime Trivia Tuesday, December 4

Our Lunchtime Trivia Question of the day got a little bit into the festive season asking everyone to answer the following: In 2016 it is reported that Canadians Spent over $77 million dollars on these. What are they?   And

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Lunchtime Trivia Monday, December 3

Thanks for joining us to play Lunchtime Trivia with our Question for the day: According to this scientific study doing this can boost your memory, improve cognitive ability and recall. What is it?   The answer must have been an

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued

Environment Canada has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for parts of Southern Ontario including Brantford, Brant County, Hamilton, St. Catharines, and the Niagara Region.   The statement reads as follows:   Conditions are favourable for the development of severe thunderstorms

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Drivers Are Not Stopping For School Buses

School buses transport kids around every day for school bringing thousands of students to and from their day’s education; but it seems like it’s the drivers who need to learn an important lesson – Stop for Buses whose lights are

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Lunchtime Trivia Friday, November 30

In Lunchtime Trivia Today we touched on a subject that always has many asking questions: the topic of health. This afternoon we posed the following puzzler: This research found that having this can help ward off disease including possibly even

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Knickers The Giant Steer

This past week an Australian Steer, that is a castrated bull whose job is to “steer” the newly weened cattle where the farmer wishes to direct them, named Knickers became internet famous when a video of the critter began making

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Sensitive Santa Is Coming To Town

Every child deserves to experience the whole of the Holiday season even if they cannot experience all the lights, sounds, and sensations without suffering. That is why Sensitive Santa is touring around the Golden Horseshoe with many chances for a

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Santa Claus Parades Sunday November 18 2018

The running of Santa Claus Parades continues Today with the 114th annual Toronto Santa Claus Parade, the City of St. Catharines’ Santa Claus Parade, the Milton Santa Claus Parade, and the Guelph Santa Claus Parade. Each parade comes with it’s

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