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LCBO Staff Vote In Favour Of A Strike

Unionized staff at the LCBO have voted 93 per cent in favour of a strike unless they can agree to terms with the province on a new contract. This vote doesn’t necessarily mean a strike is imminent. A member of the OPSEU bargaining team says it means they can now return to negotiations with a strong mandate. Job security is … Read more

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Peel Police Searching For These Men After A Dog Was Found Severely Injured

Peel Police are searching for two men after a severely injured dog was left on a McDonald’s patio in Brampton earlier this month. The two men were at the McDonald’s near Bramalea Rd and Sandalwood Pkwy around 3:00am on Saturday April 15. They had a small Yorkshire terrier with them. The dog and the suspects were there for several hours. … Read more

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[Video] Blue Jay Chris Coghlan Jumps Over The Catcher To Score

What a night for the Blue Jays. They blew a couple of different leads but eventually picked up a 6-5 win in extra innings over St. Louis. Of note in this game: Marcus Stroman had a pinch-hit double and came around to score on an error. Chris Coghlan had a highlight reel dive over the catcher in the seventh to … Read more

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[Breaking] Woman Is Stuck On A Crane Downtown Toronto Right Now

A serious situation is unfolding right now in downtown Toronto. Police and firefighters are on the scene at a condo development on Wellesley St (near Yonge St), after a person climbed up a construction crane. Firefighters estimate the person (who appears to be a woman) is approximately 100 feet off the ground. It’s not known why she climbed the crane. … Read more

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Today Is National Administrative Professionals’ Day

Today is National Administrative Professionals’ Day. It is observed on the Wednesday of the last full week in April, every year.  It is a day to recognize the work of secretaries, administrative assistants, receptionists and other administrative support. In the past today was known as Secretaries Day or Admin Day. National Administrative Professionals’ Day is often celebrated with gifts to … Read more

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Taco Bell To Start Serving Alcohol At Canadian Locations In June

This morning Taco Bell Canada announced that beginning in June 2017, select retail locations in Canada will offer alcoholic beverage options to legally aged consumers. The move aims to reinvent the way fans and millennials experience dining in their restaurants.

Taco Bell Canada’s flagship store, located at 484 Queen Street West in Toronto, Ontario, is currently expected to be the … Read more

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Woman Suffered Second-Degree Burns After Her Fitbit Exploded On Her Wrist

A woman claims that she suffered second-degree burns when her Fitbit exploded on her wrist while she was reading a book. Dina Mitchell, from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, received her Fitbit Flex 2 two weeks ago as a birthday present before she said it suddenly exploded on her wrist last week Tuesday night. The woman said she went to a nearby urgent … Read more

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Starbucks Baristas Whip Up A Rainbow Unicorn Lemonade Using The Frappuccino Ingredients

The Unicorn Frappuccino ingredients were only in Starbucks stores for a limited time but baristas wasted no time dreaming up secret menu items with what was on hand. While finding fun ways to make more tasty conconcoctions with the pink and blue powders, the Unicorn Lemonade was born.  Starbucks introduced The Unicorn Frappuccino last week, and it was only available … Read more

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The Prime Minister Admits His Late Brother Got Out Of A Possession Charge Because Of His Father’s Connections

The Prime Minister did a pretty shocking interview last night with Vice Media about his plan to legalize marijuana next year. In it, Justin Trudeau admitted that his late younger brother was able to avoid a criminal record after he was caught with marijuana because of the connections of father, former prime minister Pierre Trudeau.

Prime Minister Trudeau told the … Read more

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Look What The Capitals Tweeted About The Leafs Last Night

Photo Credit: Twitter: Washington Capitals

The season is over for the Toronto Maple Leafs. They lost 2-1 to the Washington Capitals in overtime last night, ending the series in 6 games. Auston Matthews had the only Leafs goal. Matthews scored the first and last goal of the season for Toronto. After the game, Washington sent out a series of tweets … Read more

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