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Roundabouts

They are becoming a more prominent way of handling traffic at intersections in Ontario so here are the ins and outs of how to handle a roundabout. There are drivers whose blood runs cold when they see a Roundabout 300

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Fire Prevention Week Oct 7 to 13

Today marks the official start of Fire Prevention Week, with the theme for the week being “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware – fire can happen anywhere.” Fire Departments are encouraging Ontarians to Look for potential fire hazards in the home,

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Open And Closed On Thanksgiving

As on all long weekends there are certain locations that will be closed on Sunday, Oct 7th, and Monday, Oct 8th, for Thanksgiving. Locations you can expect to be closed nearly everywhere include: City offices All city/regional administrative offices will

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Canadians With American Medical Bills

It is an often overlooked expense when Canadians travel south of the border. Travel insurance can be fairly cheap with a young person travelling for a week might be $20 or $25 with coverage up to $10 million. A senior

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Sunburn Preventing Wristbands

Even as summer comes to an end there are those who still want to see the sun as much as possible, but the ever-present concern is; how much is too much? There is a researcher at the Australian Royal Melbourne

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How Stop Signs Work In Ontario

If you have ever had a question about Stop Signs there is plenty of information on the rules and regulations on how they work to be found at Ontario.ca It is broken down into many sections however and to help

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Tropical Storm Florence

The once Hurricane, now Tropical Storm, Florence has been hammering the Carolinas for days. Authorities are saying that the worst is still to come. What was once predicted to be a Category 5 Hurricane ended up a Category 1 by

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Rainfall Warning Issued By Environment Canada

A Rainfall Warning has been issued by Environment Canada which is warning of heavy rainfall for the Niagara region through to the Elgin region along the border. Head further North and it changes to a Special Weather Statement; details below.

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What’s Open And Closed Labour Day

The following locations will in general be closed on Labour Day Monday with very few exceptions:   All City Hall or Municipal Offices will be closed on Monday.   Public Libraries will be closed on Monday.   LCBO locations will

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Lunchtime Trivia For Friday August 31

Once again it’s a question about work. This time it is what people don’t think about their employment! Our Question: When it comes to work, only 5% of people believe this about their current job. What is it?   And

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Lunchtime Trivia For Thursday August 30

Yesterday it was about money lost, Today’s question is all about money spent by Canadians. Our Question of the day is: On average, Canadian families spend $480 per year on this. What is it?   While there are many things

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BC Wildfires Sets New Province Record

The B-C Wildfire Service says more land has burned across the province this year than last year, setting a new record for land scorched in a season. Almost 13-thousand square kilometres have burned this year, eclipsing just over 12-thousand square

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Lunchtime Trivia For Wednesday August 29

When it comes to finances most people try to be careful with their money. But Today we find out that perhaps we are not as careful as we want to be! Our Question: As of 2017 Canadians have lost a

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Kitchener Waterloo Humane Society Rabies Clinics

It is World Rabies Day on September 28th and the Kitchener-Waterloo Humane Society, in partnership with the Region of Waterloo Public Health, is encouraging animal owners to keep their communities rabies-free by having their animals vaccinated against the disease.  

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Lunchtime Trivia For Tuesday August 28

Lunchtime Trivia Today was a delve into what is best about some of our senior years. With the Question: Multiple studies say we hit our peak at this at 60. What is it?   It is not typical in Today’s

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