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Pedestrian Hit By Drunk Driver In Brampton Last Night

A man in his 20’s is in hospital after being struck by a suspected impaired driver in Brampton last night. It happen near Main St and Bovaird Dr just before 6:00pm. The drunk driver mounted a curb, hit a man and then eventually hit another vehicle. He tried to flee but police caught him. Injuries to the pedestrian are serious … Read more

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Bus Cancellations – January 22, 2018

It looks like most of the GTA will not have to deal with freezing rain today, however areas north and east of the city will get hit. Environment Canada says Caledon, Orangeville, most parts of Dufferin County, Barrie, Orillia, Newmarket, northern York Region and most of Durham Region can expect a lot of rain that will occasionally be freezing when … Read more

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About 8,000 Potholes Were Repaired In Toronto This Weekend

City crews in Toronto took advantage of the mild weekend weather by launching a pothole repair blitz. Mayor John Tory’s office says double the usual amount of road crews were out doing work this weekend and as-of last night they had managed to fill in some 8,000 potholes. The mayor’s office says 55 city crews worked worked on streets, including … Read more

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YouTube, Facebook And Instagram Are Removing All Tide Pod Challenge Videos

YouTube has begun the process of removing videos of teens eating detergent that were posted to the site as part of the (potentially fatal) “Tide Pod Challenge.” That viral craze challenges young people to film themselves chewing on detergent pods and then dare others to participate.  It has swept the internet this month.  The challenge got so bad that in … Read more

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Today Popcorn Is Free For Scene Card Members At Cineplex Theatres

Today (January 19) is National Popcorn Day. To celebrate, Cineplex is giving away a free small bag of popcorn to Scene cardholders. In a media release, Cineplex says the offer is open to all of their 8-million Scene Card holders at all of Cineplex’s 163 theatres across Canada, for every movie and every showtime today. Cineplex anticipates serving more than … Read more

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[Video] Millionaire Father Hires Strippers To Perform At His Son’s 12th Birthday Party

Warning: The video below may be inappropriate for some audiences. Discretion is advised.

A millionaire father has come under fire for hiring strippers to perform at his 12-year-old son’s birthday.  Video footage of the birthday party shows exotic dancers performing for the boy.  In one short segment, the boy appears uncomfortable while two strippers dance for him and rub their … Read more

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Burger King Introduces The New Double Quarter Pound King

Burger King has raised their game by introducing something brand new. It’s a new burger made of a half-pound of beef, called the ‘Double Quarter Pound King’. It consists of two patties that each have a pre-cook weight of four ounces. It’s topped with cheese, sliced onions, pickles and ketchup on a toasted, sesame seed bun. This is likely Burger … Read more

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Oreo Is Now Offering A Monthly Cookie Subscription Service Through Amazon

If you are a fan of Oreo cookies, you can now join their “Cookie Club”. It’s a subscription service through Amazon that delivers every month.  Each box contains two treats, a mix of old favourites and new product innovations, as well as an Oreo-inspired gift and a recipe card.  Some of the gift examples Oreo gave include hats, mugs, and … Read more

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Potentially Hazardous Asteroid Is Heading Towards Earth

A large asteroid which is bigger than the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, will hurtle past our planet in two weeks.  The 2002 AJ129 asteroid has been classed as ‘potentially hazardous’ by NASA and will fly past at speeds of 67,000 mph.  This makes it nearly 15 times faster than the world’s quickest manned aircraft – the hypersonic … Read more

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Premiere Wynne Is Giving Millions To Child Cares To Deal With The Minimum Wage Increase

Premier Kathleen Wynne says thousands of businesses across the province have figured out how to pay the new minimum wage of 14 dollars. She says many business owners are already paying more than the increased minimum wage. However, the government is still giving licensed child cares $12.7 million dollars so they don’t have to pass on the increased costs to … Read more

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