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Ontarian’s Will Be Able To Legally Purchase Pot In A Week

Starting a week from today, people in Ontario will be able to legally buy marijuana at a government-run online store. Orders will be shipped to customers for a $5 delivery fee using Canada Post. Visitors to the website must first

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According To Peta, The Real Star Of “A Star Is Born” Is Charlie

If you’ve seen Bradley Cooper’s ‘A Star Is Born’, you know the real star is ‘Charlie’ the labradoodle, Bradley Cooper’s own dog. Charlie is such a scene stealer that PETA has created a brand-new honour just so it could bestow

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Cow’s Milk Vodka? Why Not! Introducing “Vodkow”

Canadian Dairy farmers stand to lose market share, and perhaps even their livelihoods in the wake of the new USMCA trade deal between Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. Ovid McDonald, the founder of Dairy Distillery in Almonte, has come up

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A Few Things You Might Not Know About John Lennon

John Lennon would have turned 78 today, had he not been brutally murdered by Mark David Chapman on December 8th, 1980. In honour of his birthday, here are a few facts you might not have known about John Lennon. John

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Stevie Nicks, Todd Rundgren & Roxy Music Among 2019 Rock ‘N Roll Hall Of Fame Nominees

Stevie Nicks, who’s already in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Fleetwood Mac, has been nominated for inclusion as a solo artist next year, along with other first-time nominees Def Leppard, Todd Rundgren, Devo, John

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Canadian Edition Of The Old Farmer’s Almanac Predicts A Colder Than Normal Winter

The Old Farmer’s Almanac is North America’s longest-running continuously published periodical, first published in 1792 by Robert B. Thomas. The Canadian edition has been in print for 37 years, priding itself on providing the same useful information as the original,

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Sounding The Alarm – Tick Population On The Rise In Our Region

Ottawa’s tick population is more widespread than initially thought, with the nasty critters popping up near residential areas of the city sooner than researchers at the University of Ottawa had been expecting. A team of university scientists is currently in

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[Video] Impromptu Duet – Rod Stewart And Michael Buble Sing “It’s A Heartache”

They may have different styles of music and completely different singing voices, but Rod Stewart and Michael Buble made a great team as they performed an amazing impromptu duet of Bonnie Tyler’s hit song ‘It’s a Heartache’ on live radio

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“TINA” The Musical Comes To Broadway In 2019

TINA, a musical based on the life of Tina Turner, is coming to Broadway in the fall of 2019. TINA premiered in London this April, and has continued to play to sold-out houses. The musical follows Tina Turner, as she

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Canadian Artist Kathryn Durst Is Illustrating Paul McCartney’s Children’s Book

Kathryn Durst is a graduate of Sheridan College in Oakville. She’s a native of Peterborough. With a background in animation, she has interned with Pixar Animation Studios in addition to working with various children’s book publishers. And now, she’s working

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Notorious Gangster Al Capone May Have Lived In Kemptville!

Despite one of the quotes attributed to Al Capone – “I don’t even know what street Canada is on” – the most notorious gangster in history is the subject of local folklore in a surprising number of communities in this

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Many Learn To Curl Programs Being Offered Now!

Curling is a great winter activity, and Ottawa is the place to be if you’re interested learning how to Curling. You really can’t go wrong with a choice of club, so location is probably your deciding factor, along with finding

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(Viral Photo) Neurosurgeon Stitches Up Teddy Bear For Young Patient

A Halifax neurosurgeon performed a career first when a young patient asked him to stitch up his beloved teddy bear while the boy recovered from surgery. Dr. Daniel McNeely has looked after eight-year-old Jackson McKie since he was an infant,

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French Singer/Actor Charles Aznavour Has Died At 94

French singer and songwriter, Charles Aznavour. Earlier today, a spokesman has confirmed that the star died at one of his homes in the south east of France. Still performing to packed stadiums well into his 90s, Charles Aznavour was due

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Gen X And Millennials Are Staying Married

People under the age of 45 have found a novel way to differentiate themselves from their elders: They’re staying married. New data show younger couples are approaching relationships very differently from baby boomers, who married young, divorced, remarried and so

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