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The Mint Is Going To Change This Coin – Agreeing Dieppe Was A Raid And Not A Battle

The Royal Canadian Mint has apologized for a commemorative coin that one veterans group says is flawed. In May, the Mint issued a coin marking the allied attack on the German-occupied port of Dieppe in the Second World War. But the coin called it the Battle of Dieppe, prompting outcry from a New Brunswick vets’ group that says it should … Read more

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Two Big Stars Added To The Ant-Man Sequel

Michelle Pfeiffer and Laurence Fishburne have joined the cast of upcoming Marvel sequel, Ant-Man and the Wasp.  Pfeiffer will be featured in the film as Janet Van Dyne, the mother of Evangeline Lilly’s Hope van Dyne and the wife of the original Ant-Man Hank Pym, played by Michael Douglas.  Janet was the original Wasp, a superhero whose name will be … Read more

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The New Tabasco Is The Hottest One Yet

Tabasco is launching a new hot sauce made with the scorpion pepper that’s supposed to be 20 times hotter than their original sauce! The sauce is made up scorpion peppers (which is the second-hottest pepper in the world, 240 times hotter than a jalepeno), guava, pineapple, and a bit of original Tabasco.  It is definitely not for those who can’t … Read more

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Starbucks Has Added This To The Permanent Menu

Starbucks has made an addition to it’s permanent menu. The Piña Colada Tea Infusion is a twist on the Teavana Shaken Iced Pineapple Black Tea Infusion that launched earlier in the month.  The new Piña Colada infusion is made with Teavana black tea, pineapple fruit and botanical blend, and coconut milk. Because this is on the permanent menu, it will … Read more

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Police Issue A Public Safety Advisory – Offender Being Released In The Brampton Area

Peel Police are warning parents that a woman convicted of deliberately poisoning four young children in her care has been released from prison. 36-year-old Christine Allen was released yesterday and will be living (in the Charolais Blvd area) in Brampton. Police say Allen is at an elevated risk to re-offend, and they will be working with Correctional Service Canada to … Read more

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Hate Crime Charges Laid Against Mississauga Man

Ontario’s attorney general is not commenting on a hate crime charge that’s been laid against a Mississauga man. Kevin J Johnston has been charged with willful promotion of hatred, specifically “communicating statements other than in private conversation, willfully promote hatred against an identifiable group”, in this case, Muslims. Attorney General Yasir Naqvi says the government takes hate crimes … Read more

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This Restaurant Will Only Serve You One Drink If You Are With Your Children And Driving

A restaurant in New York has a new policy. They are now limiting parents who are dining with their children and driving home, to only one drink.  Peddlers Bar & Bistro in Clifton Park has been notifying customer’s that if they have children with them and they are driving, they can only have one alcoholic drink.  “We love children.  Read more

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On Wednesday McDonalds Will Be Offering These If You Try Their New Delivery Option

Please note: Since this story was published, McDonald’s Canada has clarified the following: McDelivery Collection will not be available through delivery in Canada. Instead, McDonald’s will be surprising Canadians in UberEATS markets (Toronto, Edmonton, Montreal and Ottawa) with a one-day celebration popping up around the city, where some of the McDelivery Collection will be available.

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8 People Found Dead In Sweltering Tractor Trailer At A San Antonio Walmart

A phone call from a Walmart employee led to the discovery of eight bodies and 30 people severely injured in the back of a tractor-trailer in Texas early yesterday.  “We are looking at a human-trafficking crime here,” San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said.  The employee told authorities the trailer was parked at a Walmart lot in San … Read more

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Sears Is Paying Millions In Executive Bonuses But No Severance For Laid Off Employees

An online campaign that calls for a boycott of Sears Canada is gaining traction on social media. Sears Canada intends to cut approximately 2,900 jobs without paying out any severance to their employees. However, they will be paying out $9.2-million dollars in retention bonuses to executives. A Sears Canada spokesperson says the payments are common during the creditor protection process … Read more

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