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Wanted Man Kept Promise To Turn Himself In Because The Police Facebook Post Got Over 1000 Shares

A wanted Michigan man who said he would turn himself in to police and buy the department donuts if their Facebook post garnered 1,000 shares has kept his promise.  Redford Township Police Department said that Michael Martin Zaydel, 21, surrendered to authorities for several outstanding warrants for his arrest on Monday.  “He walked in on his own, and not Read more

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The New Windows 10 Update Has Some Cool New Features

The latest update Windows 10 update is now available. The update has various new features including an app called Paint 3D.  There’s an image and video editing app called Story Remix and a feature called ‘Timeline’ that lets you pick up on tasks you were previously working on. Here are the details:

NEW FEATURES

  • Paint 3D, a new multidimensional version
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Happy Birthday Pizza Pizza – Get A Slice And Pop For $1.50 Today

Happy Birthday to Pizza Pizza. Their first restaurant opened in 1967 in Cabbagetown (Wellesley and Parliament) in Toronto. The store still stands in that very same location today. To mark 50 years since their first location opened, today Pizza Pizza is offering pepperoni or cheese pizza slices with a can of Coke for $1.50.  A percentage of proceeds from … Read more

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New Bill Would Ban Employers From Requiring Women To Wear Heels At Work

Today a private member’s bill will be introduced in the Ontario Legislature that will ban employers from requiring women to wear high heels at work. Liberal MPP Cristina Martins wants to change the Occupational Health and Safety Act to protect workers from being required to wear unsafe footwear as part of dress and uniform codes. The president of the Ontario … Read more

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Check Out The Halloween Decoration This Guy Made

A family from Ohio went all out for Halloween this year by building an epic two-story (19-foot) Star Wars vehicle replica vehicle.  The Meyer family from Parma showcased their incredible creation in their yard.  Nick Meyer built a replica four-legged All Terrain Armored Transport, or AT-AT walker, nearly as tall as his home.  Meyer said he used wood, hard foam … Read more

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Recall On Pacific Oysters

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall on some farm-raised Pacific oysters due to the potential presence of a marine biotoxin. The oysters were produced by Albion Farms and Fisheries, and Union Bay Seafood in BC. The oysters in question were distributed in Alberta, British Columbia, Quebec and possibly nationally. There have been no reported illnesses so far. … Read more

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Online Petition Is Calling For College Students To Be Reimbursed For Every Day Of The Faculty Strike

An online student petition is calling for a tuition rebate for all of the Ontario college classes that have and will be cancelled due to a faculty strike.  So far, over 60,000 signatures have been collected on Change.org. The petition calls for all students to be reimbursed $30 per day for each full-time student and $20 for each part-time … Read more

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Would You Get On Flight 666 To Hel On Friday The 13th?

A Finnair flight that took off Friday morning might give pause to the superstitious: Flight 666 to “HEL” — on Friday the 13th.  The flight departed at 1:18pm local time from Copenhagen, Denmark, and landed at 3:53 at Finland’s Helsinki-Vantaa airport — which has a three-letter airport code of “HEL.”  An airline spokesman said Flight 666 has been making the … Read more

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School District Pulls To Kill A Mockingbird From Curriculum

Eighth grade English teachers in Biloxi, Mississippi, will have to find a new book to teach this semester after the Biloxi School District abruptly pulled ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ from its curriculum last week.  On Wednesday administrators yanked the classic 1960 novel by Harper Lee after receiving complaints about the book’s wording, in particular its use of the “n” word.  … Read more

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[Video] Winds Over 100 km/h Yesterday – Here Is What You Need To Know

What a storm. Yesterday thousands were left without power as a cold front moved into southern Ontario. Environment Canada had issued a wind warning, claiming the areas around the Great Lakes could see wind gusts between 70 – 90 km/h.  However, Pearson Airport recorded one gust at 102 km/h. There are multiple reports of downed trees and hydro poles. Debris … Read more

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