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Popular Conspiracy Theory Suggests The World Will End Today

Today is April 23. According to conspiracy theorists (including famed conspiracy theorist David Meade), codes in the Bible suggest the world will end today. This is tied to the book of Revelation 12:1-2.  The theory relates to astrological constellations appearing on November 23.  The passage signals the start of the Rapture and the second coming of Jesus Christ.  The passage … Read more

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Impaired Driving Charges Against A Dufferin-Peel School Bus Driver

A bus driver for the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board is facing impaired driving charges. He was pulled over in Caledon on Friday while driving a bus full of elementary students home from an overnight school trip to Albion Hills Conservation Area. A school board spokesperson says a teacher called police after the driver refused a request to slow down. … Read more

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The TTC Hopes This Will Stop Cars From Driving Down The Queens Quay Tunnel

The TTC have installed yellow posts outside the Queens Quay streetcar tunnel at Queens Quay and York St. Unfortunately, this was necessary because a lot of drivers mistakenly turned into that tunnel, thinking it was a road. Often they would blame their GPS for the error. When cars turned into the tunnel they would get stuck on the tracks. Recovering … Read more

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Body Of Young Person Discovered In The Grand River – Mother Believes It Is Kaden Young

Almost exactly two months to the day after he went missing, it looks like the body of little Kaden Young has been found in the Grand River. Saturday afternoon around 3:00pm, a fisherman located the human remains of a young male in the water immediately north of the Belwood Bridge on Wellington County Road 26. An autopsy is scheduled for … Read more

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Police In Texas Seized An 8 Inch Long Joint

Police in Texas said they might have “set a record” when a recent arrest saw the seizure of the “longest joint ever.”  The Fort Bend County Constable’s Office Pct. 3 tweeted a photo of a rolled marijuana cigarette measuring 8 inches long.  “We think we set a record.  Looooongest joint ever! Great work from Deputy Read more

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You Can Now Study ‘Cannabis Applied Science’ In Ontario

This is well timed … given that it’s 4/20. Loyalist College in Belleville says it plans to offer the first cannabis applied science program in Canada. They say the eight-month post-graduate certificate program is being launched thanks to funding from the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development. Loyalist President Ann Marie Vaughan says with the expected legalization of recreational … Read more

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911 Operator Going To Jail For Hanging Up On Callers Because She Didn’t Want To Talk To Anyone

A Houston area 911 operator has been convicted and will serve jail time for hanging up on thousands of people … because she didn’t feel like talking to anybody. Prosecutors produced records that showed 44-year-old Crenshanda Williams logged thousands of calls lasting less than 20 seconds, attributed to her hanging up.  Two calls found during the investigation included a caller … Read more

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Two Young Drivers Caught Stunt Driving In A Brampton School Zone

Peel Police got some really bad drivers off the roads yesterday. Around 1:00pm they spotted a Honda CRV with a 17-year old driver going 110 km/h in a 40 km/h school zone near Sandalwood Parkway and Torbram Rd. Shortly after that, in the same area, they nabbed a Volkswagen Jetta with a 20-year old driver going 93 km/h. Both drivers … Read more

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Kathleen Wynne Accuses Doug Ford Of Ugly Politics Just Days After The Liberals Released An Attack Ad

Ontarians have been given a glimpse of a potentially hostile election campaign to come as tensions escalate between Premier Kathleen Wynne and her Progressive Conservative rival Doug Ford. With a June election looming, Wynne pushed back at Ford yesterday for suggesting some Liberals could face jail time if they pulled what he called “shady tricks” with taxpayer dollars.  Wynne called … Read more

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Laurier University And Conestoga College Are Getting A Campus In Milton

Wilfrid Laurier University’s Milton campus has received the province’s approval. The province announced yesterday that it will provide $90 million dollars for Laurier and Conestoga College to establish the new campus on lands donated by the town of Milton. The 160-hectare property will be known as the ‘Milton Education Village’.  It will be located beside the Mattamy National Cycling Centre. … Read more

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