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Brantford Ribfest Blog

Got out to the Brantford Ribfest last night, wasn’t sure we wanted to go considering the crowds and that the food can feel a little pricey at times, extremely glad we went however because it was worth it. Truth is

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August Skies Get Active This Week

There are going to be a number of reasons to tilt your head back this August. The skies are going to be pretty active this month starting with a partial lunar eclipse that will be occurring Tomorrow night. While it

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How To Prepare Lobster Blog

I was brought a special treat this weekend on my partners return from the east coast, a freshly cooked lobster right from Halifax, and now all that’s left is to do the final preparation to eat it. The question then

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Packing The Kids For Camp

The kids are getting excited for summer camp, it’s all they have been talking about for a week, with just one problem: Their mother is currently out of province and I’m thinking about packing them for their time away without

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Brantford International Villages Richard Day 3 And 4

Brantford International Villages Festival has reached its end for another year, but I thought I would still let you know how my last two days at the Festival went. Friday was a pretty quiet day; four days is quite a

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International Villages Richard Day 2 [PHOTOS]

Once again I ventured out onto the town in an attempt to traverse the globe with the Brantford International Villages Festival; exploring the food, culture, and dance of as many varied places as I can manage in four days. Last

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International Villages Richard Day 1 [PHOTOS]

The International Villages Festival got under way last night and so did my adventure. Normally I have the company of my partner on this tour of the world but she is off in Halifax this summer and so I decided

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Rabies Vaccine Bait Drops

The Province issued a release, yesterday morning, about the upcoming effort to control and eradicate rabies from the province as recent cases have been popping up in the southern regions.   They say that beginning in August aircraft will be

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Canada Day Firework Safety

It’s Canada Day and many people will be setting off some dazzling displays of fireworks this weekend. And while it’s a lot of fun to see the flashing lights and hear the big bangs, it is important to remember that

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Meal Times Can Affect Sleep Schedule

We all know that feeling when you take a long flight and are feeling jet lagged, or if you have to work a weird shift or some other event throws off your sleeping pattern it can make you feel terrible.

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Nasa Mission To The Sun [VIDEO]

Nasa wants to “touch the sun” and they are planning a mission to do just that. They will get a space craft closer to the sun than has ever been done before. Previously the closest we had been was in

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Leonardo da Vinci Exhibit World Tour Begins [VIDEO]

  The largest exhibit of one of the world’s greatest minds in history has begun it’s 10 year world tour.   Leaonardo da Vinci, a name so grand it has inspired books, movies, and ninja turtles, was a true renaissance

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Waterloo Dog Dirt Power

Waterloo is going to play host to a pilot program that plans to take dog poop and use it as a source of fuel. It’s plan is to have residents use special receptical to put their dog waste in instead

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Fidget Spinners In School

Fidget Spinners are becoming quite the trend lately, with most stores selling out faster than supplies can come in, but are they a good thing?   One way to think about them is much like knitting or foot tapping. It

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Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Recipe

It is the time of year where Rhubarb is getting ripe and ready for making into one of the best late-spring/early summer treats. Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie! For your convenience here is a simple recipe.   Preheat oven to 400 degrees F

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