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Ontario College Strike Continues

With a 95% turnout in the vote among the Ontario Public Service Employees Union, 86% voted to reject the offer presented by the colleges. This, after weeks of negotiations and students being out of the classroom.   Premier Kathleen Wynne

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Special Weather Statement November 5th

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for much of Southern Ontario regarding the rainfall that is expected Today and into the evening. This statement has been upgraded to a warning closer to the lake through the Simcoe, Caledonia,

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Hamilton Angel Statue Stolen Had Ashes Inside – Returned Safe

Sometimes people get it in their heads to take things that aren’t theirs. Sometimes it’s just because they think it is beautiful, or that it would be funny to do so, lawn ornaments have been a frequent victim of this.

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Lunchtime Trivia Tuesday, September 5

Q: Okay, it’s back to school. Today over 800,000 Ontario students are doing this, some for the first time. What is it?

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City Of Hamilton Waterfront Proposals

City of Hamilton planners have been working on proposals for the Hamilton Waterfront for the promenade at Pier 8; having come up with 6 separate proposals that they released highlight images of. The city envisions it as a 30-meter-wide strip

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Rabies-Vaccine Blitz Has Begun

The Ministry of Natural Resources has launched its anti-rabies blitz. They will be dropping 1.4 million vaccine baits throughout southern Ontario. So if you hear or see low flying helicopters there is no reason to panic.   As for the

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Lunchtime Trivia Friday, July 28

Q: The cost for this for those in Quebec averages $7 per day. For Ontario and other provinces the cost is nearly 5 times that. What is it?

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Northern Lights To Shine July 16 To 17

There is a possibility of seeing the Northern Lights shining in the night sky tonight as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is predicting a geomagnetic storm that will cause the aurora to show much farther south than it

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Best In Ontario

This is the 14th edition of MoneySense’s Best Places to Live. It’s a comprehensive data-driven snapshot of Canadian cities and towns, ranking 417 cities in 2017, which is nearly double the number of communities looked at last year. The 2017

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Rabies Vaccine Bait Drops

The Province issued a release, yesterday morning, about the upcoming effort to control and eradicate rabies from the province as recent cases have been popping up in the southern regions.   They say that beginning in August aircraft will be

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Giant Rubber Duck Departs Toronto

As part of the Canada 150th celebrations that went on a giant rubber duck, costing $200,000 floated in the Toronto waterfront over the weekend. You may recall a previous post on this site talking about it.   There had been

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LCBO Negotiations Continue As Strike Looms

The Liquor Control Board of Ontario and it’s workers are continuing talks on Sunday to avoid a strike threatened by the Ontario Public Service Employees Union to begin at one minute past midnight if no agreement is reached.   There

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Grand River Flood Warnings Continue

The Grand River Conservation Authority issued a continued warning last night as the Flood Threat level hovered around 1 for the day and into the evening. The high water levels have been attracting people to the river to capture photos

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch June 18

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for the region on June 18th.   Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for: Guelph – Erin – Southern Wellington County Kitchener – Cambridge – Region of Waterloo Mount Forest – Arthur – Northern

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Waterloo Dog Dirt Power

Waterloo is going to play host to a pilot program that plans to take dog poop and use it as a source of fuel. It’s plan is to have residents use special receptical to put their dog waste in instead

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