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Toronto Cannabis Company Hiring 5 People To Be Samplers

How would you like to get paid to smoke pot? Toronto-based cannabis company AHLOT is offering up to $1,000 dollars a month to five so-called “cannabis connoisseurs” to sample various strains of marijuana from licensed producers. With Canada’s legalization of recreational pot set for October 17th, the company will start working this week to recruit the company’s Cannabis … Read more

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Prison Inmates Are Suing The Tax Payers For $600 Million Dollars

A Superior Court judge has ruled that a lawsuit alleging the Ontario government violated the rights of inmates by placing them inappropriately in solitary confinement can proceed as a class action suit. The province did not oppose certification of the $600-million dollar action. The representative plaintiff maintains his already fragile mental health was exacerbated by stints in segregation. The suit … Read more

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New Disney Restaurant Is Charging Big Money For Dinner

As-if Disney isn’t expensive enough … they have a new dining option. 21 Royal is Disneyland’s super-exclusive dining room.  They are looking to serve you and up to 12 friends dinner at a cost of $1,250 each.  That’s $15,000 total.  According to Forbes and Eater.com,  The dining room, which is discreetly located upstairs from the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, … Read more

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Next Week Krispy Kreme Is Introducing Coffee Flavoured Donuts And Donut Flavoured Coffee

Krispy Kreme has announced they will be combining two popular morning breakfast staples: coffee and donuts.  For National Coffee Day on September 29th, and the week that precedes it, Krispy Kreme will not only be unveiling their new Coffee Glazed Donut, they will also be introducing their tasty new Original Glazed Coffee – a donut that tastes like coffee and … Read more

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Today The Appeals Court Will Rule On Cutting The Size Of Toronto City Council

The province’s top court is poised to rule today on whether to grant a stay, as the Ford government appeals a judge’s ruling that derailed its attempt to cut the size of Toronto city council. Government lawyers argued yesterday before the Court of Appeal that a stay would end the uncertainty and allow Toronto to go ahead with a 25-ward … Read more

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Twitter Is About To Put Tweets Back In Chronological Order

Twitter is going back to the chronological timeline.  They announced yesterday they are giving users the option to switch between viewing tweets in reverse chronological order or based on their algorithms.  The algorithm shows popular tweets and tweets from users you follow, first. Originally Twitter was structured in reverse chronological order, but the company switched to a default algorithmic timeline … Read more

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McDonalds Has Introduced Their New Apple Pie

McDonald’s has now changed its iconic apple pie recipe and customers are split on if it is a healthy change for the better or a horrific mistake.  Last week, they announced they would debuting a new recipe for the apple pie with less sugar and a simplified ingredients list.  “Our new freshly baked Apple pie recipe is in line Read more

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Recall Announced On Malpeque Oysters From PEI

There is an oyster recall to report, stemming from a company based in Prince Edward Island. Future Seafoods is recalling Malpeque Oysters brand oysters, due to possible salmonella contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says consumers and restaurants should not eat or use the recalled oysters. The affected oysters were supplied in 25-count packages with a harvest/process date of September … Read more

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Zumba Is The Most Dangerous Type Of Dancing – Salsa Causes Fewer Injuries Than Ballroom

It’s the trendy dance routine and fitness craze that has taken the world by storm.  But scientists have now revealed Zumba – a Latin-inspired dance workout – is the most dangerous type of dancing.  In a review of five popular forms of dancing, they found there is an average of 3.9 injuries for every 1,000 hours of Zumba.  By comparison, … Read more

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Saturday Is The First Day Of Fall – It Means Different Things For Different Astrological Signs

The autumn equinox (the first day of fall), is this Saturday.  But, there’s more to this date.  As with anything planet-related, there’s some astrological significance here.  Everyone is affected by the fall equinox – but some signs feel those changes differently than others.  Libras in particular will definitely feel a craving for new beginnings, since their birthday month (#LibraSeasonRead more

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