Part 1: Doug Ford is making an announcement today, the UK is lifting their restrictions, and who to blame for Canada’s rising inflation.
Part 2: The mistakes we wish we could undo and dating people who speak another language. … Read more
The Campbell Soup Company is getting into the candle game. The soup giant has teamed up with the retail brand Camp to release candles in two signature Campbell’s scents: Chicken Noodle Soup and Tomato Soup & Grilled Cheese. The former is said to offer “notes of savory chicken, cloves and buttery crackers” while the latter is billed as featuring “roasted … Read more
A pod of killer orcas helped free a trapped humpback – and it was caught on video. The encounter was captured off the Western Australian south coast near Bremer Bay on January 10. It was a rescue that stunned onlookers because orcas often feast on humpbacks in the ocean – injured or otherwise. And with the whale seemingly tangled in … Read more
Britney Spears’ lawyer is working overtime for her right now. Matthew Rosengart just filed papers in court that he says proves claims that Britney’s Dad Jamie bugged her room via a secret recording device. … Read more
The federal government is being forced to retire one of the Canadian Coast Guard’s important science vessels. Age finally caught up to the 59-year-old CCGS Hudson, and the ocean research science vessel is being decommissioned. A replacement will not be ready until at least 2025 and the Coast Guard is now scrambling to find alternatives to conduct ocean research. … Read more
Canada’s annual inflation rate hit a 30-year-high of 4.8 per cent last month but economists warn it could go even higher in the months ahead. Statistics Canada says the increase in consumer prices in December from a year earlier was driven by higher costs for food, passenger vehicles and housing. It’s the ninth straight month that headline inflation has come … Read more
Even though Britney Spears’ lawyer sent a cease and desist to her estranged little sister Jamie Lynn, Britney is still airing out all her drama against Jamie Lynn! In a lengthy Instagram post, she calls Jamie Lynn a brat… and worse… … Read more
Starbucks is no longer requiring workers in the US to be vaccinated against COVID-19 — reversing a policy it announced early this month. Starbucks says it’s responding to last week’s ruling by the US Supreme Court rejecting the Biden administration’s plan to require vaccines or regular COVID testing at companies with more than 100 workers. Starbucks had announced on January … Read more
Premier Doug Ford is expected to make an announcement today about loosening public health restrictions. Senior government officials have already confirmed that Ford will announce indoor dining can resume on January 31st but only at 50% capacity. Many will also be watching to see when gyms and indoor attractions can resume. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business is calling on … Read more
Today: The majority now prefer continuous snacking throughout the day rather than 3 square meals.
Plus: The newest polls show unsatisfied people are with Doug Ford, A woman faked a positive COVID test to get out of a bad date, A new app to document domestic violence, A man sued Cracker Barrel and won, and maybe freeing Britney wasn’t the … Read more
Madame Tussauds New York has revealed President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ iconic wax figures in the newly refreshed Oval Office Experience, just in time for the one-year anniversary … Read more
SNL with another announcement yesterday regarding their line up this month… and it’s good! Katy Perry will be the musical guest, while Willem Defoe will host on January 29th! Don’t forget – it’s new this week too. It’s Will Forte with musical guest, Måneskin.… Read more
A new app that allows users to log legally-admissible evidence of violent crimes has launched in a bid to empower victims of abuse to come forward. Injury Capture, which is available globally, allows victims of domestic abuse or sexual assault to record forensic images using only a mobile phone, a card and the app installed. The app, founded by … Read more
The 1976 AMC Pacer featured in the 1992 movie “Wayne’s World” is being auctioned just in time to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the movie’s premiere on Valentine’s Day. The custom baby blue hatchback was previously owned and restored by Pawn Stars star Rick Harrison and appears exactly as it did on screen, including its flame graphics, mismatched wheels, dashboard-mounted … Read more
In the U.S., AT&T and Verizon say they will delay some new 5G wireless service after the U.S. airline industry raised alarms about potential interference with important systems on planes. The airlines had warned of massive flight cancellations and disruptions if the telecom companies’ rollout of new 5G service takes place near major airports. Airlines want the new service to … Read more
Premier Ford says he expects there will be some positive news soon about easing current pandemic restrictions. Ford told an Ottawa radio station that nobody dislikes COVID-19 lockdowns more than he does and he believes there will be announcements this week about going back to lower levels of restrictions. The province has closed movie theatres and attractions, banned indoor dining … Read more
The woman who pleaded guilty to criminal negligence in the death of her young son, after she drove onto a road closed due to flooding near Orangeville has been sentenced to 18 months of house arrest. 38-year-old Michelle Hanson must then serve six months under a nightly curfew and also attend counselling for grief and substance abuse, and faces a … Read more
Today: Premier Ford caught controversy yesterday when he went out to help people stuck in the snow. Plus: All you can eat sushi landed someone in an ER, A man who had foam sprayed up his unit, and a really dumb DoorDash order. … Read more
Yesterday Premier Doug Ford made headlines when he decided to go for a drive through his riding to help dig out stranded and stuck motorists who got caught in the snow. He went to several locations with a shovel to help dig out. Sharp criticism quickly rippled across social media as many pointed out the Premier was doing media interviews … Read more
The Federal Government has announced Canada is getting the new Pfizer drug meant to treat those infected with COVID-19. The Procurement Minister says Canada now has about 30,000 treatments on-hand and another 120,000 courses of the antiviral will be shipped by the end of March. Paxlovid helps to prevent the virus that causes COVID-19 from reproducing in an infected person. … Read more
Today: Scott has a great hack for shoveling the driveway, Kanye mentioned Pete Davidson in a new song, The Buffalo Bills are heading to round 2 of the playoffs, and It’s a snow day! Also: Vax mandates are going to send prices through the roof and some restaurants are low-key allowing indoor dining.… Read more
A UFO spotter says he has found “100 percent” proof that aliens are watching over Earth after a picture of the International Space Station was shared online. Scott Waring is a big space geek and runs the website UFO Sightings Daily, and there he shared a blown-up version of the image where you could see a reddish object that he … Read more
Tiffany Haddish was arrested in Georgia early Friday morning on suspicion that she was driving under the influence. Peachtree City Police said they arrested Haddish around 2:30 a.m. ET after she allegedly fell asleep at the wheel. Cops had received a call that a driver was dozing off on the road, and Haddish’s vehicle matched the caller’s description. Police conducted … Read more
Schools are set to reopen today after switching to virtual learning at the end of the winter break. It will be the first time schools are open in nearly a month. However a winter storm is impacting southern Ontario and many schools are closed for this first day of in-person learning. School board will announce their decisions by 6am.
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Today: Bringing your own food to restaurants, Kanye punched a fan, A new YouTube record was set, the acts that should not be in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Long distance relationships, Drake’s condom move, and more.
PLUS: Businesses might not actually be able to open on the 26th and a big blunder with truck driver restrictions at … Read more
Degrassi is coming back, baby! HBO has announced a deal to re-launch the series, and it will start filming in Toronto this Summer! Same set and everything. The deal is directly though HBO Max and will be available on the streaming service… Read more
Kanye West has been named a suspect in a battery investigation after an altercation with a fan early yesterday morning. He reportedly knocked a fan to the ground following a verbal altercation in the middle of downtown LA. In a video… Read more
Shawn Mendes has released the music video to his latest single It’ll Be Okay, which as everyone knows is the song about his break up from Camila Cabello. The music video was filed in Toronto.
Ontario’s top doctor says he can’t yet guarantee that current COVID-19 public health restrictions on businesses will be lifted on January 26th. Chief medical officer Dr. Kieran Moore says he understands that business groups have been calling for greater clarity on the restrictions, with schools re-opening for in-class learning next week. But he says that will depend on when COVID-19 … Read more
Today: The back-to-school plan is out and it’s an unusual way of keeping parents informed, Dr Moore comments on the “newness” of the vaccines, The CDC reminds people that vaccines don’t stop transmission, A new study that links cannabis to COVID prevention, and more. PLUS: A new survey on women and aging, mixing different cereals, A senior’s residence that got … Read more
Hershey has two new Kit Kat flavours. Yesterday, the candy maker announced the debut of Kit Kat Duos Strawberry + Dark Chocolate, and Kit Kat Thins Chocolate Hazelnut — two permanent additions to their ever-growing lineup of unique and delicious spins on the classic crispy treat. Both new items are available in retailers nationwide now. Strawberry + Dark Chocolate is … Read more
An all-electric Porsche took an unusual route that started in a mine and ended on a mountain to break the Guinness World Record for the greatest altitude change ever achieved by an electric car. The German automaker said the Taycan Cross Turismo started its journey at a depth of 1,774 feet below sea level at Eagle Mine in Michigan’s Upper … Read more
Megan Fox posted a video, announcing her engagement to Machine Gun Kelly. If you follow this couple, you likely are not surprised by the news. Her caption reads: “And just as in every lifetime before this one, and as in every lifetime that will follow it, I said yes . . . and then we drank each other’s blood.” … Read more
There are more details about what Ontario’s reopened classrooms will look like in the Omicron era. Education Minister Stephen Lecce provided an update yesterday, ahead of Monday’s return to school. Testing is no longer available to all, so the province will send two rapid antigen tests home with each student, and P-C-R tests will be given to kids who develop … Read more
Today: Drake adds hot sauce to used condoms to make their nobody tries to scam him, Wednesday is an unpopular day to have sex, The things we don’t like discussing with our doctor, and Ontario is making the G road test easier to pass for drivers. Also: Quebec wants an unvax tax and yesterday’s news conference with the Health Minister. … Read more