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10 Hiding Spots Burglars Always Look First

1. UNDER THE MATTRESS 2. BEDROOM CLOSET 3. DRESSER DRAWERS 4. PORTABLE SAFE 5. MEDICINE CABINET 6. FREEZER 7. OFFICE DRAWERS 8. VASE 9. LIQUOR CABINET 10. SUITCASE Photo Image: Max Pixel

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The City Of Ottawa Wants You To Call 311 To Report Potholes

City public works crews are now working round the clock repairing potholes. The fluctuations in temperatures is creating the “perfect conditions for potholes”  which is warm weather with a lot of water on the road along with heavy traffic volume.

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Craziest Predictions About the Future Experts Say Are Going to Happen

  1. You’ll communicate with dead relatives via virtual reality. 2. Your kitchen will restock itself. 3. You’ll check email with your contact lenses. 4. CGI will replace actors entirely. 5. Artificial intelligence will replace artists. 6. Pills will be

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Study: Red Wine Prevents Tooth Decay, Gum Disease

It may stain your teeth, but red wine contains chemicals that could also help prevent tooth decay and gum disease, according to a study.  A team of researchers in Spain discovered that red wine contains polyphenol, a micronutrient that reduces the

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Beware Of Fake Job Offers Scams

Ottawa Police are warning the public of a scam for fake job offers. These fake jobs can come from anywhere, police say. They could be found on a job site or in the paper, or may come from an unsolicited

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Fewer Than Half Of Canadians Now Identify As Middle Class

A recent poll by Ekos Research for The Canadian Press suggests fewer than half of all Canadians now identify as members of the middle class — a steep drop from nearly 70 per cent in 2002.This comes as the Liberals

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Rideau-Canal-Skateway Closed With Rainfall Warning in Effect

The National Capital Commission has closed the Rideau Canal Skateway as double-digit highs and rain approach the capital. Ten to 20 millimetres of rain is expected with highs of about 11 degrees Celsius. The green flag was flying yesterday, the

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Beer And Cider Coming To 87 More Grocery Stores In April

  Starting in April 2018, Ontario will expand beer and cider sales to 87 more grocery stores, increasing convenience and choice for people across the province.The winning grocers were selected via a competitive bidding process held by the LCBO. They join over

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Name The Doggies

The R-C-M-P is hoping Canada’s children are up to the challenge of coming up with names for the police force’s latest 13 furry recruits. The 13 puppies were born throughout the year at the Mounties’ Police Dog Service Training Centre

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Women Are Strongly Warned To Pay Greater Attention To Heart Health

Women are being strongly warned by the Heart and Stroke Foundation to pay greater attention to their heart health. In a report released today, C-E-O Yves Savoie warns Canadian women are “unnecessarily suffering and dying from heart disease” because of

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If You Want To Curb Cravings For Salt…Eat Spicy Foods

Can’t resist that bag of potato chips or a few extra handfuls of salted peanuts? Add some pepper to your meals.  A new study finds that eating spicy foods may increase one’s sensitivity to salt, consequently curbing cravings for high

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Is Your Handwriting Large Or Small; And How Are Those Ts Crossed?

Did you know big, outgoing personalities tend to write in large letters, and shy, introverted types prefer to write small? If you have average-sized writing, it demonstrates a strong ability to focus and concentrate.     HOW DO YOU CROSS

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On This Date –July 21

A glimpse backwards to significant  happenings on this date: -On this date in 1955, The Roy Rogers Show ended — On this date in 1969, The Beatles started work on the John Lennon song ‘Come Together’ at Abbey Road studios

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No Hot Dogs, Just Cool Cats

Summer is here, and for some people in Ontario that means road trips and exploring the outdoors with family and friends – including furry companions. If your pet is travelling with you in your car, keep their needs in mind

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Snail Slime — A Hot New Beauty Product

Bloomberg claims snail slime has become a hot new beauty product for women. Target, CVS and Ulta Beauty stores are all selling different variations of skin repairing snail cream. The snail secretion heals cuts and smoothes skin. “People used to

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