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Community Gardens in Kitchener

Did you know? There are currently 35 community gardens in Kitchener and looking to build three more this year. Community gardens play an important role in neighbourhood life. The goal is to build one to three new community gardens every

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Kids and Tech: How Much Screen Time is Too Much?

It’s a question on every modern parent’s mind: how can I be sure that my child has a healthy relationship with technology? For Dr. Shimi Kang, a Harvard-trained medical doctor says the answer lies in a simple metaphor. It’s just

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Spring Weather is here Time to Clean The BBQ

After the long winter and a chilly start to spring, the warmer weather has finally, to some degree arrived. Which brings us to spring-cleaning your grill. Start by evicting any spiders or other nesting critters and clear out the cobwebs

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Bug Burgers Are Coming

Hungry shoppers in Switzerland will soon get the chance to buy juicy burger patties and meatballs made out of beetle larvae as a supermarket chain across the country tests consumers’ appetite for less-common alternatives to beef and pork. The mealworm

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Why You Should Never Feed Bread to a Duck

For many of us, this comes as a shocking revelation. Ducks and bread? Name a more iconic duo. But you really, really shouldn’t feed ducks bread. But bread is delicious! and ducks don’t disagree. But just like humans, waterfowl are

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Cat Finds New Home After Walking 12 Miles Back To Owners Who Rejected Him

Things are looking up for a North Carolina cat who walked 12 miles to get back to his former home, only to have his owners surrender him to an animal shelter and ask that he be euthanized. Luckily, for the

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From Shelter to Castle: The ‘fairy tale’ of Meghan Markle’s Ontario-adopted Pup

A dog adopted from an Ontario rescue home has proved to be of royal pedigree after having been whisked off to the United Kingdom to live with owner Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. When Guy the beagle came to A

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He May be Last Canadian WWII Veteran to Earn France’s Highest Honour

A Winnipeg Second World War veteran may be the last Canadian soldier to earn France’s highest national order. During the Second World War, James Magill left his job at CP Rail to join the Royal Canadian Air Force bomber command

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Sorry, But Artificial Sweeteners Won’t Help You Lose Weight

If you’re gonna call something “diet,” it should have to actually help you lose weight. But like dieting itself, diet foods don’t work as well in practice as they do in theory. This is not news to the medical community.

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It’s Science: Having Sisters Helps You Become A Better Person

Research shows there are many proven benefits to sisters. (As hard as it may be to believe when she’s “borrowing” your favorite sweater for the 10th time.) They help you develop social skills, like communication, compromise and negotiation,” according to

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Celebrate Earth Day With Oakville’s Clean Sweep

The idea for a national day to focus on the environment came to Earth Day founder Gaylord Nelson, then a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, after witnessing the ravages of the 1969 massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, California. The first

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Nibiru Doomsday Hoax is Back

Is planet Nibiru going to destroy the Earth on Monday April 23, or later this year, or ever? Despite what you may have heard, the answer to this question is a definitive “NO” First things first: Nibiru does not exist.

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Burlington’s Virginia Mills Turns 106

Virginia Mills is a member of the fastest-growing age group in the country. She recently celebrated her 106th birthday. She was born Virginia Watson, on the Caribbean island of Antigua on April 2, 1912 but grew up on the nearby

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Great Apps For Creative Kids

Did you know that art can help boost your child’s interest in science? While hands-on experience with a pencil, brush, or instrument is important, it’s more likely that children will have a smartphone or tablet in their hands. In their

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Tarantula Toppings on Your Burger

A hamburger intentionally topped with a tarantula is attracting customers to a restaurant in Durham, North Carolina. Bull City Burger and Brewery is currently celebrating “Exotic Meat Month” by featuring burgers made with everything from alligator to iguana, python, bison,

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