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QEW HOT Lane Permits Available

If you are a user of the QEW you have seen the High Occupancy Toll, or HOT, lanes that they have had in place for some time now. There are a number of people who can use these lanes. vehicles

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Lunchtime Trivia Friday, May 19

Q:  80% of Canadians do this and spend $20.5 Billion dollars doing it. What is it? 60% of the time we do it at home 20% of the time we do it alone.

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Omar Just May Be The Biggest Cat In The World

This is Omar. At 120cm (3ft 11in), this Maine Coon from Melbourne, Australia, could be the world’s longest domestic cat. After Omar gained internet fame, Guinness World Records contacted Omar’s human companion to send in his measurements. The current record-holder

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7th Annual Bob Probert Ride To Benefit Cardiac Care

Continuing a tradition of having the motorcycle pack led by aggressive professional hockey players, former NHLer Dave Hutchison will be ride captain of the 7th annual Bob Probert Ride on June 25. As many as 1,200 participants have rolled out of

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10-Year-Old Texas Girl Chokes on Fidget Spinner

A Texas mom is speaking out about the dangers of fidget spinners after her daughter nearly choked to death on the toy’s small parts. Kelly Rose was on her way home from a swim meet when she heard her 10-year-old

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Ontario Teen Receives Inaugural ‘Diana Award’

Faith Dickinson has spent much of her young life spreading literal warmth, ever since she first made a blanket for her aunt to ward off the chills that accompanied treatment for Stage 4 breast cancer. That was five years ago.

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Could This Technology Be The End for Passports

Forget boarding passes, our faces could be the only thing needed to board a plane. Finland’s national airline Finnair is using facial-recognition technology to speed up airport check-ins. Face recognition is one of the new technologies being tested at a

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Google Unveils Upcoming Updates

Google had their I/O conference, Yesterday, in Mountain View, California. This years showcase had a focus on artificial intelligence continuing to be added into it’s software. The Keynote speech had executives led by CEO Sundar Pichai laid out the company’s

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Move Over Man-Bun There’s A New Fad On The Way. The RompHim.

Just when you thought you’d seen it all.  here is the next thing this company hopes to take off as a fad Rompers for Him RompHim? A Kickstarter campaign for the one-piece garment, known as the RompHim, launched by Chicago-based ACED

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Lunchtime Trivia Thursday, May 18

From the 1960’s through the 90’s, upwards of 25 million bottles of this were sold each year. Now you hardly see it around at all. What is it?

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch In Effect For Southern Ontario

Environment Canada has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for all of the Jewel listening area. Conditions are favourable for the development of dangerous thunderstorms that may be capable of producing damaging wind gusts, large hail and heavy rain. The thunderstorms

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Why? Just Why? Man Injured After Trying To Kiss Snake

A Florida man is recovering in hospital after being bitten on the tongue by a rattle snake, local media reported. Ron Reinold was playing on Tuesday with a rattlesnake captured the previous day by a neighbour when he attempted to

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The Museum of Failure

Harley Davidson aftershave, the Segway and a mask invented to electronically shock a person’s face back to youthful glory will form part of the collection at a new Swedish museum celebrating epic innovation failures and retail flops. The ‘Museum of

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

“Boring” Sens Come Back To Life For Game 3

The same Senators who lulled many a hockey fan to sleep to begin the Eastern Conference finals sent the series into a frenzy with a five-goal outburst in Wednesday’s Game 3, converting their 5-1 victory into a two-games-to-one lead over

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Lego Set Features NASA Women Stars

In 1925, when astronomer Nancy Grace Roman was born, “The Great Gatsby” had just been published and outer space was still a giant mystery waiting to be explored. But Nancy who turned 92 this week, showed an interest in the

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

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