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March Is Epilepsy Awareness Month

March is a month that is dedicated to raising awareness about epilepsy; that means being aware of the symptoms, the effects, and what can be done to help. For starters how about a few helpful facts from epilepsy.ca   Epilepsy

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Recreational Drone Rules

Recreational drone use just got a lot more restricted with new rules which were announced Today. The rules, which are effective immediately, mean recreational users will face a fine of up to $3,000 if drones weighing more than 250 grams

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Alternative To Hotels

Most people when they travel will chose a convenient motel or a fancy hotel; but did you ever consider your other option? A convenient and pleasant, sometimes fancy, B&B?     Bed and Breakfasts are usually independently owned businesses operated

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Special Weather Statement For March 13-14

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for early this week, warning of a major winter storm that could bring as much as 30 cm of snow.   The Statement follows:   Special weather statement in effect for: Brantford

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Freezing Rain Warning Sunday Feb 12 – ENDED

Update: The Freezing Rain warning has ended.   Environment Canada has issued a Freezing Rain Warning for this morning.   See the warning below: Warnings 4:13 AM EST Sunday 12 February 2017 Freezing rain warning in effect for: Brantford –

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Most Romantic Canadian Cities

The annual Top 20 list of most romantic cities in Canada as compiled by Amazon.ca. Victoria B.C. has been number 1, for the past 5 years. The data used is sales of romance novels (both print and Kindle editions), romantic

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Lunchtime Trivia Tues Jan 31

Q: Canadians produce more of this per capita than any other country on earth. What is it?

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Crokinole And Curling Combined

It may be the most Canadian game ever made, they call it Crokicurl, combining Crokinole with Curling.   Crokinole being a board game believed to be created in Ontario with the earliest known board being made in Perth County, Ontario,

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Free Parks

Parks Canada has been offering free Parks Canada Discovery Passes over the past month. Issued to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, the passes give Canadians and international visitors free access to all national parks in 2017. Conservationists are worried that too many visitors is

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We’re Great, Eh?

Lonely Planet has named Canada as their top pick for visiting in 2017. Among the reasons were the low Loonie, our Prime Minister’s positivity about the country and our upcoming 150th birthday. The guide also said, “The overseas visitor should

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World Cup Of Hockey Update

Team Canada has made their way into the finals! After cruising into the Semi-Finals with relative ease going 3-0 with only 3 goals allowed the Canadian crew seemed set to take on the Russians who managed to oust Team North

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Drouin Wins Gold And Personal Best

Derek Drouin brings Gold to Canada Track. He was perfect through six attempts leading up to his Gold jump. Beat 2.38 m Derek 26 yrs old from Corunna, Ont. Is only the second Canadian man to “win Olympic gold in

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Canadians Making Waves In Rio

Penny Oleksiak continues to medal in Rio.  With 3 medals, Penny is the 1st Canadian Athlete since 1984 to win 3 medals at one Olympic games and one of only 6 Canadians to do so ever.  No Canadian athlete has

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Survey: Canadians Becoming Fearful Of Trump Presidency

According to a new poll, Canadians are getting increasingly alarmed about the prospect of Donald Trump serving as President of The U.S.   The poll conducted by InsightsWest, finds that nearly four-fifths (79%) or respondents are “very” or “moderately” concerned about the former

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Public Moments With The PM

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is no stranger to being among the public, as seen above in the photo from Toronto’s Pride Parade, recently he has been on personal time vacationing across the country and appearing in photos with Canadians in

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