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Canadian Leading The Way Into Solar/Wind Future

In the conversation about using solar or wind energy on a large scale the same issue always crops up, and that is storage. How do you use the sun’s energy when it isn’t shining? Or the wind when it is

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Sweet Treats And Caring For Your Teeth

It has been half a week since Halloween and chances are your kids are still sitting on bowls full of candy. The question of how bad this is for their teeth must be coming up. The Ontario Dental Association has

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Canadians With American Medical Bills

It is an often overlooked expense when Canadians travel south of the border. Travel insurance can be fairly cheap with a young person travelling for a week might be $20 or $25 with coverage up to $10 million. A senior

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BC Wildfires Sets New Province Record

The B-C Wildfire Service says more land has burned across the province this year than last year, setting a new record for land scorched in a season. Almost 13-thousand square kilometres have burned this year, eclipsing just over 12-thousand square

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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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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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Lunchtime Trivia Friday, June 1

Lunchtime Trivia question Today had many people forgetting to look to the skies to find their answer.   The question was: This happened in Canada over 450,000 times in March alone. What is it?   Eventually a few did get

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Woman In Labour Performs Wedding

Talk about squeaking in under the wire! The day after a New York couple, Brianna Doyle and Casey Walko, picked up their marriage licence to get wed before their baby was born; the mother-to-be went into labour. With the paperwork in their

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Scammers Pretending To Be CRA

It is cropping up again, people claiming to be the Canada Revenue Agency; contacting individuals and convincing them to give up personal information and funds using false accusations of investigations and warrants of arrest threats. Last year similar scams targeted

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