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New Canada Wide Campaign To Save Money And Reduce Waste

A new national program announced this week looks to help households to save money while also reducing food waste in Canada. According to the National Zero Waste Council nearly half of the food waste in Canada can be attributed to

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Lunchtime Trivia For Friday July 20

Your Lunchtime Trivia question Today had you thinking of the home and what or who you might find there.   Question: Between 2014 and 2016 the number of these in our homes increased by 15-20%.  In the past 10 years

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Lunchtime Trivia For Thursday July 19

Lunchtime Trivia Today took advantage of the sunny weather for a sizzling question to test your summer mind. Only this one wasn’t JUST about summer. Our Question: Canada imported over 21 Million of these in 2017.  What are they?  

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A Flying Car? In Our Lifetime? Perhaps!

We have been hearing about a flying car for all for a long time.  The first time I saw one was on The Jetsons.  We may be one step closer with the Blackfly by Opener.  This single occupant flying car

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Heat Warning Issued For Sunday July 15

Environment Canada has issued another heat warning for Today marking the third time this summer such a warning has been issued, it reads as follows;   “A hot and humid airmass will affect the Golden Horseshoe Today and Monday. High

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Lunchtime Trivia Monday, July 9

Q:  Everyday from coast to coast, Canadians will go through 57 million of these.  What are they? A: Plastic straws It takes up to 200 years for one straw to decompose. Canadians use approximately 57 million plastic straws daily. Those straws are generally not

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch Thursday July 5

On top of the Heat Warning that is still in effect for Today, Environment Canada has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for the Golden Horseshoe and much of Southern Ontario.   From Environment Canada:   Conditions are favourable for the

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Lunchtime Trivia Thursday July 5th

Thank you for joining us to play Lunchtime Trivia today where we put your mind to the test on what kind of subject Canadians have trouble with!   The question of the day was: When it comes to knowledge of

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These are each province’s favourite ‘Canadianisms’ according to Google Trends

Google Trends has compiled a list of favourite Canadian slang searched by each province. If you’re a keener Canuck who loves wearing your bunnyhug or you love listening to some Drake in the 6ix, here are some of the most

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Lunchtime Trivia Thursday, June 28

Q: Each year 5.7 million adult Canadians do this contributing $4.7 billion to Canadas economy. What is it. A: Camping   Campgrounds stimulate economic activity and create jobs for Canadians in urban areas and rural communities from coast to coast. Over

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Lunchtime Trivia Wednesday, June 27

Q: Canadians and a number of European countries use this product on a daily basis yet is almost non existent in The United States.  What is it? A: Milk in a bag.   Source-Wikipedia And for our friends who don’t

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Canadian Cities That Love To Read According To Amazon

Amazon.ca has released its 6th annual list of the “The Top 20 Cities that Love to Read” in Canada and among the top 20 Ontario is represented 10 times. The list only pulls from cities that have populations of 100,000

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Environment Canada Heavy Rain Statement

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Sunday, June 24, 2018 about some potential significant rainfall in highly localized areas of Southern Ontario. Much of the region will see showers, possibly thunderstorms, but some areas could see up

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Lunchtime Trivia Wednesday, June 20

Q:  When it comes to Canada’s entire workforce, 33%  have this in common.  What is it? A: Only 1/3 take All of the vacation time they are entitled too.   Source article HuffingtonPost   Image @DaveCreelman collection

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Lunchtime Trivia Monday, June 11

Q: By the end of this week, 5000 people across Canada will have done this.  What are they doing? A: Retire Currently, 5,000 Canadian workers retire each week, a number expected to jump to 8,000 by 2020. While retirees can expect to

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