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She Chers The Love Of Abba

I have to admit I love Mamma Mia maybe a little too much…..I’ve seen the musical like twice…..I’ve seen the movie like a millions times but that is only because I own it and the two soundtracks, one from the

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OPP Need Help Identifying Injured Cyclist

OPP could use some help from  the public in identifying a cyclist who was injured while riding his bike on the 417 at the Pinecrest overpass. He sustained the injuries last Sunday August 12th at around 10 pm. The cyclist is described

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CNE Food Concession Favourite – A Gold Leaf Ice Cream Bar

The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) is known for challenging the taste buds of all who choose to eat there with its crazy food creations and oddball pairings… and every year the menu gets more and more bizarre. For example, this

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Scientists Pin-Point Source Of Elephants’ Cancer Immunity

When it comes to cancer rates in the animal kingdom, elephants are an anomaly. Cancer should be more common among larger species, but with elephants, that simply isn’t the case. Only about 5 percent of elephants die from cancer, compared

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Steven Page Gets Disciplined

Hot on the heels of his induction in to the Canadian Music Hall of Fame alongside his ex-bandmates in Barenaked Ladies, singer-songwriter Steven Page has announced the forthcoming release of the most forceful musical statement of his solo music career. Discipline:

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Ottawa Jazz Festival Pays Tribute to Queen Of Soul

It was an extraordinary summer evening four years ago in Confederation Park in downtown Ottawa – the night Aretha Franklin headlined the TD Ottawa Jazz Festival.  My husband and I were jammed into the park along with thousands of other

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Camp FFIT Held Today

Some extraordinary young women took part today in Camp FFIT (Female Firefighters in Training). Camp FFIT provides young women an opportunity to experience first-hand what it takes to be a firefighter – It also gives young women the self-confidence to

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How To Build A Better Lid…

Tim Hortons’ has been using the same lids for 20 years despite customer complaints that they leak. But Timmy’s is coming out with new, more environmentally-friendly packaging at six locations, featuring lids that can be properly closed. Six of the

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[Video] Aretha Franklin – The Voice Of A Generation Silenced At 76

Aretha Franklin, who passed away today at the age of 76 after a battle with cancer, was so much more than just the ‘Queen of Soul.’ Her rise to super stardom coincided with a virtual powder keg of politics, the

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The Journey Continues

I can readily admit to being in love with lead singer of Journey, Steve Perry back in the day.  His voice mesmerized me and his posters were all over my walls. Sure he was good looking but to me, his

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Contact Lens Stuck In Woman’s Eye For 28 Years!

A 42 year old woman in the UK unknowingly carried around a contact lens inside her eye for almost 3 decades! The woman’s incredible story has been published in the journal “BMJ Case Reports”. Doctors found the hard lens after

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Ontario Doctor Calling For A Ban On Wire BBQ Brushes

As the number of serious injuries continues to grow, an Ontario surgeon is calling on Health Canada to ban metal-bristle barbeque brushes. In less than five years, Health Canada has received reports of 46 injuries caused by tiny metal bristles,

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Time Is Running Out To Exchange Old OC Transpo Paper Tickets

Time to check you purse, wallet, or kitchen drawer. Those old sheets of OC Transpo paper bus tickets will no longer have any value or be exchangeable toward new fare products after Friday, August 31st. Customers who still have expired

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On This Day In 1962, Ringo Starr Joined The Beatles

56 years ago today, John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison asked Ringo Starr to “join the band.” While the Beatles were formed in 1957, Ringo didn’t join until 1962, replacing original drummer Pete Best. Ringo had previously been a

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Back To School Drive

Hard to believe we are midway through August already!!!  And you know what that means…..Back To School, insert unhappy face for the kids. You know whats even harder to believe, or maybe it’s not, is that some can’t afford to

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