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Three Canadian Cities Make The Top 10 Most Livable Cities List

Austria’s capital, Vienna, is considered the world’s most livable city, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit, a research and analysis division of The Economist Group.  The so-called “City of Dreams” — and a citadel of fine art, museums, opera houses and architecture, ranked No. 1 on the survey of more than 140 cities for a number of socio-economic … Read more

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Colombian Health Secretary Advising People To Abstain From Sex During Heat Wave

Colombian Health Secretary Julio Salas of Santa Marta is advising locals to abstain from sex to stay cool during an intense heat wave, according to Colombia Reports.  Santa Marta, a popular tourist destination on the coast of Colombia, has seen temperatures rise higher than 104 degrees Fahrenheit.  Recently, medical facilities in the coastal city have been flooded with patients complaining … Read more

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Avoid Swimming In These Two Muskoka Lakes Due To Blue-green Algae Blooms

The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit is advising people to stay out of the water on two lakes in Muskoka because of the potential health risk posed by bacteria in the water. Ministry of Environment that laboratory tests have confirmed blue-green algae blooms in Three Mile Lake and (the Clark Falls area of) Lake Rosseau. Wind and water currents can … Read more

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This New Pool Floaty Is Designed Specifically For Pregnant Women

A new floating lounger has been created especially to accommodate pregnant women’s large baby bumps.   Following hot on the heels of a viral design for ladies with large breasts, enabling them to list comfortably on their fronts, the latest practical pool float option to hit the market comes complete with a large hole in the middle so pregnant women can … Read more

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No Charges Against The Driver After A 3-Year Old Girl Was Killed At The Pinery Provincial Park Last Weekend

The OPP say charges will not be laid after a three-year-old girl was struck and killed by a pickup truck at the Pinery Provincial Park near Grand Bend last weekend. The driver, a 39-year-old man from Toronto, was trying to make a U-turn when he struck the girl. Bystanders tried to help the girl until an ambulance arrived, but she … Read more

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[Video] Baseball Game Inturupted Because Umpire Had A Bug In His Ear

A seemingly ordinary game between the New York Yankees and Chicago White Sox turned gross in the ninth inning at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago on Wednesday.   Second base umpire Bruce Dreckman jogged off the field during the bottom of the ninth and had to be tended to by Yankees trainer Steve Donohue in the dugout.  The reason? Dreckman got … Read more

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This Weekend Is The Perseid Meteor Show – Viewing Conditions Will Be Perfect

The annual Perseid meteor shower happens this weekend.  The Perseid meteor shower is generally the best of the year. This year, the viewing opportunities are about as good as they can get.  The Perseids will peak this weekend between the 12th and 13th, when moonless nights will make for an especially dark sky. The Backyard Astronomer Gary Boyle anticipates we … Read more

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Guys Can Now Buy A Clip-On Man Bun – They Are Cheap Too

Thanks to the clip-on man bun, men without long locks now have the option to rock the style.  Blue Crate has just added the clip-on man bun to its merchandise list and yes, the product is exactly what it sounds like: extensions made for men in the shape of a tiny bun.  The clip-on man bun comes in blonde, black … Read more

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Check Out This Burger You Can Get At Arizona Cardinals Games This Season

Arizona Cardinals fans can reap a reward while expanding their waistlines watching football this season.  University of Phoenix Stadium will serve the seven-pound Gridiron Burger for $75.  It features five 1/3 pound burger patties, five all-beef hot dogs, five bratwursts, 20 slices of American cheese, eight slices of bacon, eight chicken tenders, 12 ounces of fries, lettuce, pickles and tanker … Read more

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The Two Hamilton Paramedics Charged Last Week Have Now Been Fired

Those two Hamilton paramedics that are facing criminal charges in the shooting death of a Good Samaritan teenager have been fired. The two were charged last week with failing to provide the necessaries of life from the December death of 19-year-old Yosif Al-Hasnawi, who was shot as he tried to help an older man who’d been attacked outside his mosque. … Read more

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