The Waterloo Region Airport Is About To Double In Size

The Region of Waterloo International Airport is about to double in size. There was a groundbreaking ceremony at the airport yesterday celebrating the new $11 million dollar terminal expansion and work is going quickly. Construction is expected to be done this spring. The two new terminal buildings will feature baggage carousels, holding areas, food services and pre-board screening. Regional Chair Read more

The Maple Leafs Have Signed A Deal With TikTok

The Toronto Maple Leafs sported TikTok decals on their helmets Wednesday night for the season opener against the Montreal Canadiens. The team’s parent company announced a deal with TikTok earlier Wednesday for the logo to appear on players’ helmets throughout the season. Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment said the one-year agreement with the video-sharing service also includes in-arena and digital … Read more

Man Gets His Junk Stuck In A Bottle Opener

Today: A lot of people weren’t wearing masks at the Leafs game last night, Doctors are worried about our salt intake, Some really dumb car thieves, A man got his wiener stuck in a bottle opener, Kids on TikTok have started “Scalp Popping“, More hospital workers are being fired, Vaccinating children might not be as successful as doctors … Read more

America Sets New Sodium Targets For Food

American regulators are spelling out new guidelines aimed at reducing sodium levels in dozens of foods ranging from condiments to french fries and potato chips. The voluntary targets are intended to help lower sodium intake, especially in packaged or restaurant foods. The US Food and Drug Administration says reductions have to be across the food supply so people can get … Read more

Facebook Expands Their Policy On Harassment

Facebook says it will expand its policies on harassment to remove more harmful content. Under the new, more detailed harassment policy, Facebook will bar content that degrades or sexualizes public figures, including celebrities, elected officials and others in the public eye. Another change will add more protections from harassment to government dissidents, journalists and human rights activists around the world. … Read more

Ontario Expected To Receive Saskatchewan ICU Patients – Full COVID-19 Update

Ontario may soon accept critical COVID-19 patients from Saskatchewan since the western province’s hospitals are over capacity. Saskatchewan Health Authority’s CEO says that the province is preparing air ambulance flights. Transfers to Ontario could likely happen this week, but that depends on the admissions to Saskatchewan’s intensive care units. On Tuesday, Saskatchewan had 114 people in its ICUs _ just … Read more

He Loves The Leafs But Not Small Businesses

Today: Scotiabank Arena will be at full capacity tonight but the pubs around it still face restrictions, More hospital workers are losing their jobs, The US border is reopening in a few weeks, A dog that went on a wild ride, A nude gamer stopped a theft in progress, Scott bought zinfandel, William Shatner heads to space, and Kat tries … Read more

The Top 100 Patio Dining Spots In Canada

This warm stretch of October weather has unofficially extended patio season and some restaurants have reason to celebrate. OpenTable has announced the 100 Best Restaurants for Outdoor Dining, which includes the highest rated spots in cities across the country. With 43% of Ontarians planning on dining outdoors as far into the fall as possible according to an OpenTable survey, restaurants … Read more

Millions Of Canadians Don’t Like Facebook

An online survey by Leger and the Association for Canadian studies suggests 40 per cent of Canadians have a negative opinion of Facebook, with half of respondents saying the social media giant should be regulated or broken up. The vast majority agreed Facebook amplifies hate speech, helps spread fake news and damages people’s mental health. However, more than three in … Read more

The Land Crossing With America Will Open Next Month

The Biden administration says the United States will reopen its land borders to non-essential travel next month, ending a 19-month freeze because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Canadian vacationers and day-trippers have perhaps been the greatest casualties of the land-border closure. Vehicle, rail and ferry travel between the US, Canada and Mexico has been largely restricted to essential travel, such as … Read more

The Dog Ate Her Vibrator

At the end of this episode, Kevin & Sarah from season 2 of Big Timber join us to talk about Thursday night’s premier on History. Watch On Demand, on StackTV or the Global TV app.

Today: Her dog puked up her vibrator at the vet’s office, Younger people are getting off coffee, Kim Kardashian was good on SNL, A new … Read more

Get Ready For Gingerbread Flavour Mountain Dew This Christmas

Mountain Dew is releasing a Gingerbread flavour soda for the holidays.  It’s called Mountain Dew Gingerbread Snap’d. On the bottle, it’s described as Mountain Dew with a, “blast of artificial gingerbread flavor.”  The company hasn’t revealed a release date yet.  All we know is it’ll hit shelves before the end of the year. This isn’t the first holiday flavour they’ve … Read more

Merck Applies For Approval For It’s New Oral Anti-Viral Drug Treatment

Drugmaker Merck has asked US regulators to authorize its pill for treating COVID-19 in what would add an entirely new and easy-to-use weapon to the world’s arsenal against the pandemic. Merck reported earlier this month that in clinical trials, the pill cut hospitalizations and deaths by half among patients with early symptoms of COVID-19. Since the pandemic started, health experts … Read more

People Who Got AstraZeneca Will Soon Be Able To Visit America – Full COVID-19 Update

Canadians immunized with the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine will be able to travel to the US when new travel rules come into play next month. The AstraZeneca vaccine is approved by the World Health Organization, but not by the US Food and Drug Administration White House officials said last month the US would begin welcoming fully vaccinated international travelers in November, but … Read more

Tinder And Lyft Team Up To Send A Ride For Your Date

Tinder and ride-hailing company Lyft are partnering on a new feature that lets Tinder members buy a Lyft ride for a date. Tinder members can access the Lyft integration from a new Explore section of Tinder’s app, where they can buy a Lyft ride credit for a person they’ve matched with. The person buying the credit doesn’t get any details … Read more

What’s Open And Closed On Thanksgiving

We are heading into the Thanksgiving long weekend! Just a reminder that Monday is a holiday so you need to get your shopping done in advance. Grand River Transit and the TTC will operate on a holiday schedule and GO Transit will operate on a Sunday schedule. The LCBO and Beer Store will be closed on Monday. Banks and government … Read more

Quebec Paying Out Big Bonuses To Attract Nurses

Quebec’s health system has welcomed more than a thousand full-time nurses since the province offered one-time bonuses of up to 18,000 dollars to help fill critical labour shortages in the network during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 700 part-time nurses have switched to full-time work, 56 nurses have come out of retirement, and 231 new people have been … Read more

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