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Macaulay Culkin Is Starring In The New Season Of American Horror Story

Over at FX, Macaulay Culkin is about to star in the new season of American Horror Story! Ryan Murphy confirmed… Read more

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This Eagle Wasn’t Injured. It Ate Too Much And Could Not Fly

Wildlife officers in Tennessee responded to a report about an injured bald eagle and arrived to find the bird had merely had too much to eat and was too fat to fly.  The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency said Wildlife Officers Nathan Ripley and Justin Pinkston responded to a location in Bulls Gap where a witness had reported an injured bald … Read more

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This Guy Asked For Extra Cream Cheese On His Bagel At McDonald’s…And This Is What He Got

“How do I possibly eat this?” Brian Passifiume did what a lot of people might do at a fast food chain, he modified his order. What he didn’t expect to get was a whole tub of the stuff. Check out the twitter thread below. … Read more

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A Shocking Number Of People Make Plans With No Intention Of Actually Keeping Them

More than 25% of people admit they make plans with no intention of actually keeping them. This, from a new survey conducted on behalf of Privilege Insurance.  It found a wide range of excuses that people use for bailing on their friends. The most common excuses for cancelling plans are: Something came up, I’m feeling sick, there’s a crisis at … Read more

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Big Brother Canada Houseguests Revealed

Season 8 of one of my favourite drama-packed reality shows is on the way! Big Brother Canada season 8 is launching in March. The cast … Read more

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Today The Hereditary Chiefs Will Meet With The Government Following A Day Of Dangerous Activity On The Tracks

The prime minister is condemning the latest actions by protesters on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. Video shared online yesterday shows a group of protesters standing on the tracks near Belleville as a CN train approaches, then jumping out of the way at the last moment. A few appear to be throwing items at the train. The OPP say fires were also … Read more

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Hilary Duff Reveals Why The Lizzie McGuire Reboot Is No Longer Happening

Hilary Duff seems to be hinting that Lizzie McGuire reboot that already shot two episodes will just no longer happen.… Read more

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Starbucks In Canada Now Offering Beyond Meat Breakfast Sandwich And Other New Items!

Starbucks Canada is going plant-based for breakfast!  … Read more

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Episode 178 – Dave Blezard Joins Us To Talk Discount Airlines And More

Dave Blezard joins After 9 to talk about Discount Airlines, #DrinksSoon, Climate Change, What Stresses Out Men, The Bachelor for seniors and a Florida woman that tried to perform a sexual act on her boyfriend while driving. … Read more

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Gif Or Jif – How Do You Pronounce It? This Is The Definitive Answer

How do you pronounce “GIF”?  OK, now how do you pronounce “Jif”?  If you used a “soft G” like in “jelly” to pronounce the peanut butter brand, you got it right. And if you went with a hard “G” like in “goodie” for those frequently shared looping videos, you got that right, too.  That’s according to Giphy, the database most … Read more

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Education Minister Claims The Union Wants A 6 Percent Increase To Benefits

What caused the teacher contract negotiations to break down earlier this week? Education Minister Stephen Lecce is blaming the union representing Catholic teachers for a breakdown in contract talks. The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association says it is considering further strikes after the government bargaining team held firm to its agenda during negotiations yesterday, ending some speculation that progress was … Read more

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Today Is Pink Shirt Day

Today (February 26, 2020) is National Pink Shirt Day. We celebrate this annually to stand up against bullying. That includes cyber-bullying. You will probably recall this worldwide initiative originated in Canada, when a group of Nova Scotia teenagers organized a high-school protest, getting everyone to wear pink in support of a Grade 9 boy who was being bullied for wearing … Read more

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[Video] There Is A New Fitbit-Style Tracker For Your Dog

Pet owners could soon be able to keep track of their animals’ heart and breathing rate thanks to a new health monitor that works through thick fur. … Read more

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Matt And Emma Are The Stingiest People, While Karen And Josh Shop The Most

People named Matt and Emma have been found to be the stingiest people – with those named Karen and Joshua the most likely to flash the cash.  … Read more

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Jurrasic World 3 Has A Title!

The sixth Jurassic Park film, which is currently filming in Canada (Vancouver Island and Merrit, BC), … Read more

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Lady GAGA Releasing New Song Friday

 

We get a brand new Lady GAGA song on Friday!… Read more

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Episode 177 – The Train Protests And Harvey Weinstein Should Be In Jail Forever

Scott got some good info from a train worker, the e-learning course we have to take, Harvey Weinstein should be in jail now, Krispy Kreme is now delivering, Corona virus has not gone away, flashers and hard to figure out and … Read more

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College Students That Desperately Wanted Chick-Fil-A Bought a Plane Ticket to Get Access to an Airport Location

A college cross country team from New York state wanted Chick-fil-A last week but the only location anywhere close to them was in an airport.  So they pooled their money and bought a $98 ticket so one guy could go through security, buy $227 worth of Chick-fil-A, and bring it back for them.  The cross country team at Rensselaer Polytechnic … Read more

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The English Catholic Teachers Are Considering New Strikes After Negotiations Yesterday Were Not Successful

The union representing Ontario’s Catholic school teachers says negotiations with the government yesterday were not productive. Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association president Liz Stuart says the union will await word from a mediator as to whether she believes further negotiations would be worthwhile. Stuart says while administrative job action continues, the union will also be considering options for further strike … Read more

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‘The First Wives Club’ Cast Is Getting Back Together For A New Holiday Comedy

Goldie Hawn, Diane Keaton, and Bette Midler are teaming up once again for a brand-new movie.… Read more

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A New Rail Protest Has Suspended Go Train Service On Part Of The Lakeshore West Line

There is another rail line protest and this one, near Hamilton, has suspended Go Service on a stretch of the Lakeshore West Line. Last night trains were not running between Aldershot and Hamilton. In online posts, a group called on supporters to block the rail lines in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs. As the result of this protest, this … Read more

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Netflix Launches New Top 10 Feature

Netflix is finally giving us a little peek at their user data! They are rolling out Top 10 lists … Read more

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Multiple Special Weather Statements In Effect For Tomorrow

Heads up: Winter isn’t done yet. A storm is on the way tomorrow. A Texas Low looks to start up Wednesday morning. The track could change but we will get snow. Total accumulation predictions vary across the province. Scan down to read your latest prediction from Environment Canada. The weather agency says we should be prepared for poor winter driving … Read more

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Episode 176 – The NHL Trade Deadline And Missed Connections

We did a longer one today. Included: A bar manager was fired over her Valentine’s Day promo, A Canadian judge ruled our laws around prostitution was unconstitutional, The NHL Trade Deadline, A major oil sands project is not going to happen, Employers admit they sometimes don’t hire because of someone’s appearance and what Scott’s dinner on Saturday. Also … Missed … Read more

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Smart Speakers Listen To Unknowing Users Up To 19 Times Per Day For An Average Of 43 Seconds Because They Are Set Off By Random Words Picked Up From TVs

This is unsettling: A new study has found that smart speakers are turning on up to 19 times per day for an average of 43 seconds each time by words misunderstood from people speaking in the same room or heard from televisions.   That means the speakers using virtual assistants like Siri, Alexa, Cortana and Google Nest devices are listening to … Read more

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Waterloo Regional Police Launch #PostPositive Campaign For Pink Shirt Day

Waterloo Regional Police are spearheading a new initiative for Pink Shirt Day 2020, which is on Wednesday. The police campaign is asking students across the region to spread positivity, one post at a time. So tomorrow they will distribute pink post-it notes to multiple schools for the #PostPositive campaign. Students and staff are encouraged to write down kind thoughts about … Read more

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Japanese Company Now Selling Mayo Slices

A company in Japan called “Bourbon” is now taking orders for mayo slices. Just two years after the release of ketchup slices, you can now buy a package of four slices of mayo that look just like slices of cheese. But they are not cheese. They are mayonnaise. The creation is available flavoured two ways, including tuna and spicy cod … Read more

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The ‘Friends’ Reunion Is Happening

The “Friends” reunion is happening. So how about the details. The 6 original members will get together for what HBO calls a… Read more

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Here’s How You Can Watch The Memorial For Kobe And Gianna Today

Today is the public Memorial for Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna. … Read more

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Teck Resources Withdraws It’s Application For A Massive Project That Would Have Created 10,000 Jobs

Some are calling it devastating for the Canadian economy and for national unity. An oilsands project that would have created close to 10,000 jobs in Alberta and brought in about $12-billion-dollars to the federal government has been cancelled. Teck Resources announced they have withdrawn their application because of what it calls the political discourse over climate change. The company’s CEO … Read more

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The Midnight Deadline Has Come And Gone But The Blockades Are Still Up

As-of right now the rail blockades near Belleville are still up. This, despite the OPP reportedly giving protesters until midnight last night to clear their protest on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory or face charges. But, the deadline came and went and so far nothing has happened.  On Friday, Prime Minister Trudeau said it was time for the barricades to come … Read more

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Episode 175 – Dipping Sauces And Missed Connections

Kat found out a retail secret, Scott is getting a 90 minute massage and you won’t believe what this guy saw behind a Papa John’s.… Read more

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You Can Now Get A Peeps Slurpee At 7-Eleven

If you’re the type of person who likes the taste of marshmallows rolled in sugar, why not enjoy it in liquid form? 7-Eleven is now selling Peeps-flavoured Slurpees for Easter.  A few different people have … Read more

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You Can Get Married In Hell For Free On Leap Day

The township of Hell, Michigan — population 70 — is offering a devilishly good opportunity this Leap Day, Feb. 29, for those looking to avoid the purgatory of wedding planning: free nuptials for 29 couples, to take place at 2:29pm.  “When you get married in Hell, there’s nowhere for your marriage to go but up,” the Rev. Yvonne … Read more

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One Day After Winning His Oscar, Joaquin Phoenix Rescues Mother Cow and Newborn

Joaquin Phoenix helped save a mother cow and her calf from the slaughterhouse the day after he drew light to the issue of farming … Read more

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Apple May Soon Allow You To Choose Which App You Use For EMail And Web Surfing

For the first time, Apple may start allowing iOS users to choose which apps their device uses by default.  According to a report from Bloomberg, which cites people familiar with the matter, the tech giant is considering allowing its users to specify which apps are used for iOS tasks like email or web browsing.  That means iOS would no … Read more

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Three Teenagers Arrested After A Violent Bank Robbery In Markham

York Regional Police say three teenage boys were involved in multiple bank robberies throughout the GTA. The latest alleged incident happened Wednesday night in Markham. The teens, aged 13, 15 and 16, are alleged to have injured … Read more

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The Government Says Replacement Plates Are On The Way And They Will Be Visible At Night

The Ontario Government says it will have to recall new licence plates that are difficult to read in low light. Progressive Conservative House Leader Paul Calandra says the recall will happen once the manufacturer, 3M Canada, figures out the problem. He provided no timeline and conceded the province is still handing out the faulty plates although it is believed replacement … Read more

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Today The Hereditary Chiefs Are Visiting The Blockades In Belleville

Some of the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs from northern B.C. will be in the Tyendinaga Mohawk territory near Belleville today to meet with supporters who have been blockading that stretch of rail line for the past two weeks. Yesterday the federal government called on demonstrators to let service resume now that the RCMP has offered to move a mobile detachment out … Read more

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Episode 174 – The Bride That Punched Out Her New Sister-In-Law

A bride that punched out her new sister-in-law, Are beer-goggles a real thing? Canadians are coming home from the Corona-Cruise, A crazy car collision with a deer, The latest on Ontario’s new license plates, New safety features in … Read more

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