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This might be the prettiest small town to visit this fall in Ontario

If you’re looking to do some sightseeing out of the city this fall, this Ontario town might be a great choice. Ontario is full of towns that call back to European architecture and culture, as they’ve done a great job

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How Water Could Power Long-Distance Space Travel

Space agencies and private companies already have advanced plans to send humans to Mars in the next few years – ultimately colonising it. And with a growing number of discoveries of Earth-like planets around nearby stars, long-distance space travel has

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Top 3 Travel Destinations for Chocolate Lovers

The Chocolate Lover’s Bucket List There’s no sugar-coating it: we Canadians love our chocolate. In fact, we recently placed ninth overall in world chocolate consumption, with each Canadian eating—on average—6.4 kilograms of chocolate a year. But where are the best

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Cambridge GO Train Study

There is a study going to be conducted over the feasibility of running GO train service to Cambridge by using the CN tracks along the Fergus subdivision. The study will be done with the support of the Waterloo region, Cambridge,

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6 Tips From Travel Experts for Packing Winter Clothes

Winter is a great time to snag travel deals, but if you’re going to spend all those extra savings on baggage fees, you’re better off staying home. To get the most out of your winter vacation, pack your clothes efficiently.

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Destinations Next Year

MasterCard released its 2017 Global Destination Cities Index, which provides a ranking of the 132 most visited cities around the world. Measured by the number of international overnight visitors, the study, now in its ninth year, predicts which countries will

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UBER AIR TRAVEL?

We could be looking at airborne commuting in 10 years; at least if UBER is right! The Ride Service provider, who is already looking into self driving technology, recently released a 97 page document which focuses on the idea of

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Stolen Rubber Ducky Returns Home Safe After 5 Years [VIDEO]

Gale Ducky was stolen 5 years ago.  The owners began receiving post cards and links to a Facebook Page “HAMPTON, NH – A jet-setting rubber duck is back home in Hampton, New Hampshire, but its travels and sudden return after

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Smithsonian Hiring A Beer Expert

The Smithsonian Food History Project is looking to hire a Historian/Scholar to focus on brewing, with a focus on the craft beer movement. It is a 3 yr contract and you should have experience in scholarly research,. Oh and it

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Hyperloop Runs Successful Open Air Test

In the hot Nevada desert a technology company is looking to change the way we travel every day. Hyperloop One is a project that is meant to take people across long distances over land in very short periods of time.

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Lunchtime Trivia Tues May 3

Q: When it comes to vacations, 1 in 3 of us say we do this. What is it? A: Visit the same place every year.   Image from ibeccreative .com

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Message In A Bottle, With A Twist

Norman MacDonald was walking along a beach in Cape Breton Island when he came across the Sauza tequila bottle. He almost tossed it as he thought it was full of sand. It was actually the ashes of the late Gary

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Dog Quits Job Without Notice And Treks 240 Miles Home

A dog named Pero was sent away to do some work on a farm away from home. 240 miles away from home. Well, Pero didn’t like his new job so he quit without notice and headed home. Pero apparently made

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Sleep In A Strange Place

Have you ever found that you just cannot seem to get a good nights sleep the first time you sleep in a strange place? Turns out you are not alone! The old saying “Sleep with one eye open” seems to

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Guinness World Records Have A Record For Everything. Great Gift Idea.

The Pockit Stroller claims the Guinness World Record for the smallest-folding umbrella stroller ever — it folds down so small you can put it under your airplane seat or into a shopping bag. The convenience and compactability come at a cost: the

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