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Lunchtime Trivia For Thursday August 2nd

Lunchtime Trivia today was a stumper and despite a couple close guesses and several clues for the Question: Less than half of Canadians are doing this and those aged 70 and older are least likely to do this. What is

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Lunchtime Trivia For Wednesday August 1st

The question for Today had to do with Canadians and their thoughts on a particular aspect of daily life.   Question: When it comes to this, Canada ranks last among this survey. What is it?   The answer is one

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Lunchtime Trivia For Tuesday July 31st

Lunchtime Trivia today involved a shortage that is expected to cost Canadian households in the near future.   Question: A severe shortage of these is raising costs of food and other goods.  What are they?   There were a number

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Epipen Shortage

If you are one of those individuals who have an allergy so severe that you could face serious health risks from a reaction, there is some news you need to be aware of. Pfizer Canada says its adult-dose EpiPen will

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Lunchtime Trivia For Monday July 30th

Our Lunchtime Trivia question for Today was all about being good for you which had many guessing it was about pets or working out. And you can’t blame them with a question like this; Doing this can lower your stress

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Your Best Chance To View Mars Is This Weekend

If you have not been checking out the night sky this weekend you have been missing some fantastic natural phenomenon. The moon put on a display Friday night as did the red planet. Though despite what your Facebook news feed

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Clear Your Old Smart Phones Before Recycling Or Reselling

The issue of what to do with your old cell phones has been around as long as the phones themselves have. How do you get rid of them and what should you do first? The answer of how to get

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Quiet Fireworks In 2018

The latest trend over 2018 was the emergence of “Quiet Fireworks” or as some were calling them “Silent Fireworks” which are reported to be more friendly to natural environments and also smaller children.   Any parent who has brought a

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New Canada Wide Campaign To Save Money And Reduce Waste

A new national program announced this week looks to help households to save money while also reducing food waste in Canada. According to the National Zero Waste Council nearly half of the food waste in Canada can be attributed to

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Lunchtime Trivia For Friday July 20

Your Lunchtime Trivia question Today had you thinking of the home and what or who you might find there.   Question: Between 2014 and 2016 the number of these in our homes increased by 15-20%.  In the past 10 years

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Keep Kids Entertained For End Of Summer

We’re coming up to the second half of the summer and the kids might start to complain about being bored. So what do you do about that? While summer vacations are a great thing to occupy some time, as is

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Lunchtime Trivia For Thursday July 19

Lunchtime Trivia Today took advantage of the sunny weather for a sizzling question to test your summer mind. Only this one wasn’t JUST about summer. Our Question: Canada imported over 21 Million of these in 2017.  What are they?  

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Greenland Giant Iceberg Seen From Space

There is a Village in Greenland that is facing down some big ocean riding trouble. It’s a 300-foot-high iceberg that may weigh in at nearly 10 million tonnes. It has been floating outside the town for a while, long enough

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New Moons Found Around Jupiter

Scientists at the Carnegie Institution of Science have discovered that Jupiter has more moons than previously thought, twelve more in fact, including what they are calling 11 “normal” moons and one “oddball” which brings the total number of moons around

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Lunchtime Trivia For Wednesday July 18

Today’s question on a beautiful summer day comes from back in the depth of winter.   Question: In Canada in January of this year over 10,000 permits were purchased for these.  What are they?   The answer would have seemed

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