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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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International Left-Handers Day

Today, August 13th, is International Left-Handers Day. It’s a day where we recognize those who have to do things a little different from the many Right-Handed people who have it much easier than they know.   Everything from a simple

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Goof Off Day

Today is National Goof-Off Day! Feel free to goof off, after everything is done of course. Pic: YouTube screen grab

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A Polite Friday

Tomorrow is “Bring Your Manners To Work Day” which you do everyday anyway but we thought we’ d let you know it’s officially recognized tomorrow. Holding a door for someone or letting someone in your lane while driving, there’s plenty

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World Photo Day

Every day is a commemoration of some event or achievement in human history; but not every day commemorates an achievement that can help us remember the rest of them!   Today is World Photo Day a day that helps remember

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