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Christmas Tree Pick-Up And Alternatives

Christmas Tree Collection weeks are coming up with dates ranging from currently under way to as far off as January 18, 2019. There will be a quick breakdown of the dates for different regions below, but first here are some

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Afternoon Christmas Greetings

Me and “John McClane” (my afternoon news guy, Rob Curwain) from everyone’s favourite Christmas movie, Die Hard, wish you a very, Merry Christmas! pic: Dave Creelman with Kent’s phone / spice-radio.com

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Worst Passwords

These are the 25 worst passwords of 2018 SplashData released its annual list of the “Worst Passwords of the Year.” Here are the worst passwords of 2018: 123456 password 123456789 12345678 12345 111111 1234567 sunshine qwerty iloveyou princess admin welcome

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Lunchtime Trivia Monday, December 10

Our Question for Today had quite a bit to do with holiday cheer, whether you take it alcoholic or not! Our question was: In 2017 Canadians purchased 9.5 million litres of this. What is it?   With the hint of

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Fonthill Girl Wins Greeting Card Contest With Heartwarming Message

A Niagara region girl has the right message for the right time of year. 9-year-old Alexa Kirkwood of Fonthill was named the grand prize-winning entry of the 12th Annual Holiday Card Contest for kids. She is the daughter of a Service Desk Analyst

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Winter Weather Brings Watches And Travel Advisory

There are Snow Squall Watches in effect for parts of Southern Ontario this morning including the Waterloo region where Environment Canada is warning residents of Mount Forest, Arthur, and Northern Wellington County, as well as most areas west and north,

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Lunchtime Trivia Wednesday, December 5

This Lunchtime Trivia had people thinking of all sorts of old fashioned items that might have come in handy, and mostly had the idea right that it was something you would still find Today. Our Question was: This was invented

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Lunchtime Trivia Tuesday, December 4

Our Lunchtime Trivia Question of the day got a little bit into the festive season asking everyone to answer the following: In 2016 it is reported that Canadians Spent over $77 million dollars on these. What are they?   And

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Lunchtime Trivia Monday, December 3

Thanks for joining us to play Lunchtime Trivia with our Question for the day: According to this scientific study doing this can boost your memory, improve cognitive ability and recall. What is it?   The answer must have been an

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Lunchtime Trivia Friday, November 30

In Lunchtime Trivia Today we touched on a subject that always has many asking questions: the topic of health. This afternoon we posed the following puzzler: This research found that having this can help ward off disease including possibly even

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Santa Claus Parades Sunday November 18 2018

The running of Santa Claus Parades continues Today with the 114th annual Toronto Santa Claus Parade, the City of St. Catharines’ Santa Claus Parade, the Milton Santa Claus Parade, and the Guelph Santa Claus Parade. Each parade comes with it’s

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Fire Prevention Week Oct 7 to 13

Today marks the official start of Fire Prevention Week, with the theme for the week being “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware – fire can happen anywhere.” Fire Departments are encouraging Ontarians to Look for potential fire hazards in the home,

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Lunchtime Trivia For Thursday August 30

Yesterday it was about money lost, Today’s question is all about money spent by Canadians. Our Question of the day is: On average, Canadian families spend $480 per year on this. What is it?   While there are many things

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Lunchtime Trivia For Wednesday August 29

When it comes to finances most people try to be careful with their money. But Today we find out that perhaps we are not as careful as we want to be! Our Question: As of 2017 Canadians have lost a

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Lunchtime Trivia For Tuesday August 28

Lunchtime Trivia Today was a delve into what is best about some of our senior years. With the Question: Multiple studies say we hit our peak at this at 60. What is it?   It is not typical in Today’s

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