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A North American First – La Machine Descends On Ottawa

La Machine has arrived in the Capital. One of the creatures is perched atop the Notre-Dame Cathedral, across from the National Art Gallery. It’s an amazing sight, but some people aren’t happy about it. One local Twitter user wrote, “Are

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Ottawa Police Searching For Missing 70 Year Old Man

The Ottawa Police Service Missing Persons Unit is seeking public assistance to locate Joseph Charlebois, 70 years old from Ottawa. There are concerns for his health and wellbeing as he is without his medication. He is described as a Caucasian

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Time To Get Into A Fury

Your Ottawa Fury taking on the Toronto FC 11 with the Battle Of Ontario coming up this Saturday in their third and final game. The Ottawa Fury were founded in 2011 later named in 2013 and making their debut in

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Cue Dr Hook…

Cuz he’s on the cover of the Rolling Stone 🙂 Yes our very own Prime Minister is being featured on the cover of Rolling Stone with the tag line, “Why Can’t He Be Our President?” Not to start a political

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[2 Videos] Random Acts Of Piano From Two Superstars

You just never know who’ll take the bench behind a public piano. Onlookers were surprised when Diana Krall showed off her chops on a public piano in Liverpool, just a couple of weeks ago. She and her husband, Elvis Costello

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Toilet Paper Folded Into A Point And A Chocolate On The Pillow Just Doesn’t Cut It Anymore

The hotel industry is a highly competitive one, and if you stay in them often, you know that even the slightest effort to make your stay more comfortable can go a long way. The website www.boredpanda has gathered a series

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Prime Minster Trudeau, On Front Cover Of Rolling Stone

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau graces the cover of the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine accompanied by a provocative headline: “Why Can’t He Be Our President?” Trudeau is pictured with his shirtsleeves rolled up leaning against a table in the

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Hoping To Un-Lock The Locks Sooner Than Later

With all the rain we’ve had the past few days, there has been flooding on many roads, in yards, farmer’s fields and has even closed most of the Rideau Canal Locks.  One would think, they would need the water to

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Reprieve For Fans Of Much Beloved MS Paint Program

They say “love can move mountains”… Apparently social media works much the same way. Tech giant Microsoft has caved to a public outcry and says it will keep its iconic Paint program, after announcing just last week that it would

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R.I.P. Barbara Sinatra, Wife Of Frank Sinatra

Barbara Sinatra, the wife of late-singer Frank Sinatra, died earlier this morning at her Rancho Mirage home in California. She was 90. A spokesperson for The Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center told Fox News that she died of natural causes and

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Record Setting Spring/Summer Rainfall Causes Cancellation Of Rock Balancing Festival

Fed up with the rain? According to one of my Facebook friends, who lives on the Rideau River, the water level rose by a full foot yesterday after the 80mm of rain we received. If we get another 4.7 mm

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Bieber Cancels, Mayer Defends

Justin Bieber has disappointed a few fans by announcing that he was cancelling the rest of his Purpose World Tour.  Why you may ask?  A rep for the tour gave a statement to E! News that read, “Due to unforeseen

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25….Number 25

That’s right the long awaited 25th installment in the decades old James Bond series will open Nov. 8, 2019. That  announcement was made Monday on Bond’s official Twitter account. Daniel Craig has not officially renewed his license to kill, but

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[Video] Something Else To See On Route 66 – The World’s Tallest Gas Pump!

An Oklahoma museum dedicated to the heyday of Route 66 is said to be nearing completion of its latest feature: The world’s tallest gas pump! The Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum in Sapulpa, Oklahoma posted a video to Facebook

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Loonie Tops 80 Cents U.S. For The First Time In More Than A Year

Good news for Canadian’s traveling to the U.S. The Canadian dollar gained nearly a quarter of a cent today after cresting above the 80 cent U.S. threshold in morning trading. At the close, the loonie was up 0.23 of U.S.

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