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Purse Found And Returned To Owner 6 Decades Later

What a blast from the past.  Imagine losing your purse 6 decades ago and having it returned with so many memories.  That’s what happened to Martha Everett who lost her purse at school in 1955.  Recent demolition crews found it

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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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Bride’s dream comes true with wedding veil 63 football fields long

Maria Paraskeva, a bride from Cyprus, has achieved her lifelong dream after creating the world’s Longest wedding veil in preparation for her wedding. The seemingly never-ending lace veil measured 6,962.6 m (22,843 ft 2.11 in). . That’s the same length

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Super mum’ spends 11 HOURS prepping hundreds of lunches for her kids

A woman has been labelled ‘super mum’ after showing off her incredible lunch box prep for her children. The mum-of-two spent 11 hours prepping a staggering amount of food for her kids to enjoy over the next few weeks. She

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Bob’s Family Day Five! (updated)

Top 5 For Family Day!   1. Brantford: Frosty Fest. If you’re looking to embrace the freshly fallen snow and to enjoy a growing winter carnival experience, come on out to Frosty Fest. Here you will find all sorts of

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Open And Closed Family Day Feb 18 2019

Given it is Family Day Long Weekend it seems fitting to take a look at what will be closed for the Holiday tomorrow. It isn’t a typical holiday however and there is a lot that is remaining open and running

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Special Weather Statement For Possible Heavy Snow Sunday Feb 17

Environment Canada is observing conditions which could result in a Snow Fall Warning being issued for Brantford, Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, and the Niagara Region including Grimsby, St. Catharines, and Niagara Falls. In an effort to keep area residents informed that

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Happy Family Day Long Weekend!

Top 5 this week!   1. Hamilton: Ace Academy Flight Experience. Check out this exciting interactive exhibit from the Canada Aviation and Space Museum. Visitors will have the chance to pilot a First World War biplane using motion sensing technology.

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New Red Hill Valley Parkway Speed Limit Takes Effect

The city is wasting no time getting to work on the Red Hill Valley Parkway. Hamilton’s public works department says new speed limit signs will be installed this weekend between Greenhill Ave and the Queen Elizabeth Way, as the speed

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Artist After 6: Rod Stewart

The Artist After 6: Sir Rod Stewart. He’s in the Lounge at 7. Click the link to see his live performance of “Tonight I’m Yours.” pic:bbc.com and YouTube.

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The Key to Healthy Aging? Moving More! 5 Ways Getting Active Keeps You Young

Adding small doses of physical activity to your daily routine can have a big impact on the aging process. Here’s how the simple act of moving more as an older adult can boost your energy and reduce your risk for

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Foodie Friday: Chicken Cacciatore With Mushrooms, Tomatoes and Wine

Chicken Cacciatore With Mushrooms, Tomatoes and Wine MARTHA ROSE SHULMAN YIELD 4 to 5 servings. TIME 1 hour 45 minutes INGREDIENTS ½ ounce dried mushrooms, like porcini (1/2 cup) 2 tablespoons olive oil Salt and freshly ground pepper 6 to

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This Book Is Overdue By 73 Years

This story in the Washington Post claims 75 year-old Mora Gregg was recently cleaning her Toronto, Canada apartment when she discovered a library book that was 73 years overdue. She returned the children’s book to the Silver Spring, Maryland library.

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Lunchtime Trivia Friday, February 15

Q: When it comes to shopping online, 8 out of 10 Canadians said they have trouble with this.  What is it? A: Knowing whether something is real or counterfeit.   Ie, toys, clothing, video games or software. Toronto, ON – Canadians don’t

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