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Honey Bee Swarm And What To Do

It is spring, that means the bees are going to be swarming, but bee swarms are not a bad thing. Here are a couple of things to know about bee swarms so that you don’t accidentally kill the creatures we

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Brampton Girl Finishes Career On A Win

She is 21 years old, from Brampton, and has won more championships in her sport than any North American before her. Her name is Michaela Hinds and she has won 7 times at the World Irish Dancing Championships. The latest

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BooBoo The Cat Goes Home

Four years after BooBoo the cat went missing in her home in Watsonville, California, she turned up 4,000km away in Puslinch, Ontario! Quite the journey for the cat to have made. Still, some identifiable traits, along with an identity microchip,

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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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Licence Plate Stickers Will Cost More Beginning Sept 1st

The cost to renew your licence plate sticker in Ontario is going up again. A Ministry of Transportation official confirms the cost of a one-year licence sticker renewal will be $120 dollars for those in southern Ontario. That’s up from

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Ontaro’s Plugged In

Ontario is building 500 new charging stations across the province to convince more drivers to buy electric cars. The government currently offers up to $14,000.00 in rebates for these vehicles and the new stations, along busy highways and in major

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New Electric Car Charging Stations

The Province has made an announcement that they will be using $20 million through the Green Investment Fund to add some new infrastructure to help those with electric cars get over “range anxiety” an issue of concern over how far

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Cider Now Available In Grocery Stores

Quoted directly from the News of the Office of the Premier “June 24, 2016 Ontario has further expanded consumers’ options for buying alcohol by permitting cider sales, starting today, at 60 grocery stores already selling beer across the province. Premier

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May 1st Electricity Rates Going Up

Starting May 1st, electricity rates will be going up again in Ontario. Time-of-use electricity prices will go up half a cent to 18 cents a kilowatt hour for the peak periods, while rates go up slightly less for the mid-peak

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Buying A Home? Inspect What You Expect

I had no idea that Home Inspectors in Ontario weren’t licensed or regulated. Yes there are a number of professional and competent inspectors out there but right now, anyone can call themselves a Home Inspector. The provincial government says it

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Ontario Elementary Students To Get At Least One Hour Of Math Everyday

Ontario elementary school students will soon be getting at least one full hour of math every day. Education Minister Liz Sandals says jurisdictions with better math scores than Ontario spend four to six hours a week on mathematics, so the

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