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Simcoe Carillon Performer Spotlight

If you’ve ever been on Norfolk Street in Simcoe and heard the bells on the Norfolk County War Memorial Carillon Tower you may have stopped to enjoy the sound and songs that can peal out over the beautiful scene before you.

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Christmas Light Displays Throughout The Region

If you’re looking to get in the Christmas spirit or help yourself to a little holiday lighting inspiration there are a few locations around that you could take in this season. In fact there are more than a few! No

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Holiday Markets Open Sunday Nov 12

You might have read about the 26th Christmas in Paris over on Bob’s Top 5 and in the spirit of Holiday Markets where you can find local hand made items and art for the Holiday season there are a few other events

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International Tongue Twister Day

November 12th is Tongue Twister Day! How talented is your tongue? Can you work your way around these whimsical words?   Start off with the old classic about ol’ Peter Piper: Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. A

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Remembrance Day Ceremonies

Kitchener parade and service will start at 10:30 am, at the corner of Duke Street and Frederick Street. The parade will run from Ontario Street (between King and Duke Streets) to the Cenotaph and the service will begin at 10:45

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The White And The Red – Richard Blog

Remembrance Day is on the way, coming next Saturday, and there is a conversation being raised that has caused a little bit of confusion and also a little bit of conflict. In an attempt to clear some things up this

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World Stroke Day

There are nearly 750,000 Canadians living with the effects of a stroke today and that number is nearly divided equally among men and women. Anyone could be at risk of having a stroke. Today is World Stroke Day and that

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The Tragically Hip Gord Downie And Canadian Music – Richard Blog

The Tragically Hip played a key role in the development of my musical taste – their music took me from a world of enjoying mainstream catchy pop mixed with classical instrumental pieces to a wide world of wonderful Canadian artists

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If You Use Baby Talk You’re Not Alone

If you’re one of those parents who uses Baby Talk (also known as Motherese) on your infant then researches want you to know that you are among the norm. Researchers have said that, not only is the musical and somewhat

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Blue Jays Still Entertaining

The Blue Jays are wrapping up a series against the New York Yankees this afternoon, it’s a series that saw the Yankees clinch a playoff spot Yesterday, they still have a shot at the division title as well, while the

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Your Coulrophobia Is About To Be Tested

If you are someone who suffers from Coulrophobia, fear of clowns, your ability to endure is about to be put to the test because Stephen King’s IT has a new release coming to theatres next weekend and it is sure

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Richard’s Visit To The CNE

Went to check out the Canadian National Exhibition this year and had a great time with the kids. We started our day on the giant wheel where the view is pretty spectacular and you spend enough time up there to

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Cutting Too Many Calories

You may have seen the self-serve kiosks at McDonald’s, they’ve been popping up for a while now, and while they might be convenient if you want to be picky about what goes on your burger; be aware that you can

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Taylor Swift Trying To Stop Ticket Bots

Taylor swift has joined a short list of artists who are fighting the scalping of their tickets by utilizing Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program. The program is meant to allow people to preregister for tickets using their names, phone numbers, and

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Breakthroughs In Space On Earth

There were two big breakthroughs in space that happened right here on Earth this week. One of them was the development of a new space suit by SpaceX which looks like the sort of thing you would see in a

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