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Halifax Teen Fundraising For Lebanon – GNSOTD Tue, Aug 18th 2020

Jaden Lawen was shocked when he first heard about the deadly explosion in Beirut. He was on a group chat with many friends that he has in Lebanon. His friends posted pictures and videos of the wreckage left over by

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Survey Says Canadians And Americans Not Willing To Travel

A recent survey reported that most Canadians and Americans are saying they aren’t travelling anywhere, even within their own countries, until a vaccine is developed for COVID-19. This online survey, conducted by Research Co., asked 1000 Canadians and 1200 Americans

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Music Makes A Big Difference In Your Workout, Study Shows

The right playlist can do more than just motivate you during a workout. It’s often been said that music at the proper tempo can increase our ability to make it through a workout and to get better results. According to

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Brantford Power Scam Going Around

Brantford Power is letting the public know that some of their customers have reported receiving fraudulent telephone calls regarding an overdue account with the caller claiming to be from Brantford Power. There have also been reports of scammers calling people

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New $5 Bill Consultation Open

Minister of Finance Bill Morneau and Governor Stephen S. Poloz have announced that the Bank of Canada has now launched public consultations to select an iconic Canadian to appear on the next $5 bank note. The process is going to

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New Airline Protections Start Sunday December 15th

Airline passengers have new rights starting Sunday, as rules from the Canada Transportation Agency continue to come into force. The Air Passenger Protection Regulations were implemented in two phases, with the first phase starting on July 15th, which required airlines to meet certain

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Sunflower Crisp Chopped Salad Kits Recalled

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has issued a recall for Sunflower Crisp Chopped Salad Kits over concerns of E. coli contamination linked to romaine lettuce. The CFIA is warning consumers not to consume the recalled product described below. This product

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Continued And Additional Meat Recalls Hit Close To Home

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is continuing its investigation into the meat industry and issuing more and more recalls over concerns of E.Coli contamination. In the latest batches of recalls are a few items that hit close to home;

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Rosemount Brand Diced Chicken Recall

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) says Rosemount Sales and Marketing is recalling Rosemount brand cooked diced chicken meat from the marketplace due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. Consumers should not consume and distributors, retailers and food service establishments such as hotels, restaurants,

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Minimum Wage Not Enough To Pay Rent

A new report finds someone earning minimum wage would only be able to afford rent for a one-bedroom apartment in nine per cent of 795 neighbourhoods in Canadian cities in the study. The analysis from the Canadian Centre for Policy

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