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A Principal Made A Grade 5 Student Take Off His Hooters Mask

There seem to be a lot of exclusions on Bed, Bath & Beyond coupons, New gathering limits in Ontario, Scott’s dentist says he grinds his teeth, Old technology that we still have, Walmart is about to stop price matching, and a Grade 5 students was told to take off his mask because it said Hooters on it. … Read more

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Principal Made A Student Take Off His Mask Because It Was From Hooters

A dad says there’s nothing wrong with his fifth-grade son wearing a Hooters-themed mask to school– after the principal said it was offensive and made the boy take it off.  “He told me it was deemed offensive,” Steve Golba told a TV station in Orlando.  “I told him we go there as a family.  We eat their Read more

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Burger King Announces Two Changes

In its latest marketing gimmick, Burger King is advertising that its Whopper “now features no colors, no flavors and no preservatives from artificial sources,” according to a press release.  For a limited time, Burger King is putting the “Whopper Recipe” on front of the wrappers, which reads: 100% flame-grilled beef, tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, ketchup, pickles, onions … Read more

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Coffee Can Extend The Life Of Those With Colorectal Cancer

Your morning cup of coffee may do more than just wake you up. For people with colorectal cancer, it may just extend your life. A new study published in the journal JAMA Oncology looked at the routine coffee consumption of more than 1,100 advanced stage colorectal cancer patients who were enrolled in a chemotherapy trial. Researchers found those who drank … Read more

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Gathering Limits Have Been Lowered in Toronto, Ottawa And Peel – Full COVID19 Update

Premier Ford has announced new restrictions on social gatherings in Toronto, Ottawa and Peel Region and tough new fines for those breaking the rules. Limits on private indoor gatherings are being lowered from 25 to 10 starting today in those three regions that have seen a spike in COVID19 cases. Limits on outdoors gatherings are being reduced to 25 from … Read more

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A Bride That Claims Her Parents Ruined Her Wedding And The Most Dangerous Item In Your Home

Is it too early for Christmas stuff? PLUS: The parents of a bride are asking if they are a**holes, How much money NFL teams are losing right now, SNL brought on Jim Carrey to play Joe Biden, Some COVID19 talk and one of the most dangerous things that thousands of homes have. … Read more

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This Guy Created An Easy Way To Hand Out Halloween Candy Without Breaking Social Distancing Rules

An Ohio man devised a pretty brilliant way to hand out Halloween candy while keeping kids 6 feet from him and his house.  Andrew Beattie and his daughter designed a Halloween candy shoot to distribute Snickers, Milky Ways, and Sweet Tarts to the kids in the hood.  Beattie commented on the photo, “Our 6′ candy chute is ready to Read more

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Hershey’s New Website Maps Out How To Trick-Or-Treat Safely Across The United States

With Halloween right around the corner, Hershey wants to ensure coronavirus doesn’t spook trick-or-treaters from eating candy.  The company — which, along with its namesake chocolate bar, manufactures Halloween favourites Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and Kit Kats — launched a website that maps out how to trick-or-treat safely in every county in the United States.  The website prompts people to … Read more

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Ford Promising Stiff Fines For People Who Violate COVID Gathering Limits – Full Update

Premier Ford is promising stiff new financial penalties will be part of new measures aimed at addressing a spike in COVID19 cases. Ford and his cabinet met to discuss measures aimed at lowering the number of people allowed at social gatherings. The current limit on social gatherings is 50 people indoors and 100 outdoors. The premier says people who violate … Read more

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Is It OK To Get It On In Someone Else’s House?

Cardi B is getting divorced, Having sex in someone’s guest room, Online shopping takes a long time, A new drink at Red Lobster, Letting kids drink non-alcoholic beer, Doing COVID19 tests at pharmacies and A lot of Canadians are skeptical of the Public Health advice they are getting. … Read more

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Red Lobster Has A New Margarita That’s Made With Mountain Dew

Red Lobster, known for seafood, biscuits and a large drink menu, has just introduced a new addition to their line-up of signature cocktails. The new drink is a twist on the classic margarita. This version uses Mountain Dew as a base. They call it the “Dew-Garita”. Fans of “the Dew” will appreciate that this drink is bright green, just like … Read more

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Miller Lite Has Created The “Cantenna” For Football Lovers Who Don’t Have Cable

Watching football just got boozier, thanks to Miller Lite.  The beer company is launching its newest product – which is both a drink and a technology.  The brand has created the “Cantenna,” which is “the only reception device on the market that is great tasting.”  Continuing with can puns, Miller Light describes the “can-novation” … Read more

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The 5 Bad Habits That Cause Saggy Boobs

A leading cosmetic surgeon has revealed the bad habits that are making your boobs saggy – and warned that sleeping on your front could have ‘disastrous consequences’. Dr Dirk Kremer, of Harley Street Aesthetics, has unveiled some other unlikely bad habits that could be adding years to your breasts – and the handy hacks to keep them perkier for longer:… Read more

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Hurricane Sally Now Lashing The Gulf Coast

Hurricane Sally was creeping closer to the Gulf Coast last night, with the slow-moving storm expected to bring heavy rains and “historic life-threatening flooding” from southeastern Louisiana to Florida’s Panhandle, forecasters say.  Tropical-storm-force winds were spreading onshore by yesterday afternoon, the National Hurricane Center said, adding that the center of the storm would “make landfall in the Read more

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Ford To Introduce New Guidelines For COVID19 Hotspot Cities – Full Update

Premier Doug Ford says he will introduce new guidelines for COVID19 hotspots in Ontario in the coming days. Ford says he has spoken with the mayors of Toronto, Brampton and Ottawa, cities that have seen the bulk of the new COVID19 cases in recent weeks, about their needs. On Monday, Ford warned that Ontario’s rising virus rates could force the … Read more

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The CERB Is Ending And The Moment You Knew Your Marriage Was Over

Today: Not everything can be virtual, the CERB didn’t cover everybody, Real stories of why people divorced, A new Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup is coming, Taco Bell now sells wine, Changes to the Starbucks app, Hurricane Sally and a major ice shelf just broke off in Greenland. … Read more

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It Looks Like Reese’s Will Be Introducing A Peanut Butter Cup Stuffed With Potato Chips

According to reports, a new type of Reese’s Big Cup stuffed with peanut butter and potato chips is set to be released soon.  According to the Instagram account JunkFoodLeaks, Reese’s Big Cups with Potato Chips will be available soon. The post describes the new item and it’s exactly what it sounds like: an extra-large Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup with pieces … Read more

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The Top 10 Traits That Make You A Bad Driver

A new survey asked people to name the top signs someone is a bad driver. Conducted by OnePoll and commissioned by CB Automotive, the study found the top 10 traits that drivers hate to see happening on the roads:

  1. Excessive speeding.  61% said it means you’re a bad driver.  But over 40% admitted they like to drive fast.  And
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Taco Bell Canada Has Released Their Own Wine – It’s Available As Of Tomorrow

Canadians can now make nights in a little more special – and a lot more delicious – with the Toasted Cheesy Chalupa and limited-edition Jalapeño Noir wine from Taco Bell Canada.

A foodie-worthy fan favourite in its own right, the Toasted Cheesy Chalupa features six-month aged sharp cheddar cheese toasted onto the iconic chalupa shell to create a crispy blanket … Read more

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Hurricane Sally Slow Down And Could Intensify As It Approaches The Gulf Coast

Hurricane Sally is continuing to slosh its way toward the US Gulf Coast, with its outer bands now pummelling northwest Florida. Because the storm is moving slowly, about five kilometres per hour, forecasters fear it could intensify beyond its current Category 2 strength. With winds whipping at more than 144 … Read more

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Ontario Is About To Unveil A New Strategy As A Second-Wave Looms – Full COVID19 Update

Ontario’s health minister says the province will unveil a new fall strategy to address COVID19 in the coming days. Christine Elliott says the government has been working on the strategy over the summer in order to prepare for a possible second wave of the virus. She says it factors in the impact of traditional flu season and capacity issues in … Read more

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Do COVID Numbers Actually Matter And Chris Evans Has A Unit

Today: Listener DM’s about manscaping, Chris Evans accidentally posted a picture of his unit online, Someone wants to know why we post COVID numbers, A company is looking to hire a professional cheeseburger taster, Vinyl is now outselling CD’s, A was caught pulled an insurance scam and Missed Connections.… Read more

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The Weather Network Is Predicting A Beautiful Fall

Temperatures across the province have cooled this month, but that doesn’t mean winter is coming early. The Weather Network has released its fall forecast and it predicts a long, seasonable fall in Ontario this year. Chief meteorologist Chris Scott says the weather will accommodate leaf-viewing, camping, outdoor education and other autumnal traditions most Ontarians enjoy. Winter weather isn’t expected for … Read more

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Website Seeks Cheeseburger Tester To Find Top Burger In America

A gambling website is offering $500 to a winning applicant willing to serve as a “professional cheeseburger tester.”  BonusFinder.com, based in Amsterdam, said it is seeking a cheeseburger taster to find the best burger in the United States by grading burgers on criteria including patty texture, patty seasoning, bun softness, bun taste, complexity of flavors used, relish … Read more

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TikTok Has Reached A Deal To Stay Operational In North America

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ByteDance will not sell TikTok’s U.S. operations to Oracle Corp or Microsoft Corp and will not give the source code for the video platform to any U.S. buyers, China’s state-run English television channel CGTN reported on Monday, citing sources. People familiar with the matter told Reuters that ByteDance abandoned the sale of TikTok in the United States and … Read more

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Former Canadian First Lady Aline Chretien Has Passed Away

The wife of former prime minister Jean Chretien has died. Aline Chretien was 84 and died at home in Shawinigan, Quebec yesterday. No cause was given. She and her husband were married for 63 years and had three children, France, Hubert and Michel. Only a private ceremony is being planned for now because of restrictions associated with COVID19, with a … Read more

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The Legislature Resumes Sitting Today As Ontario Cases Continue To Climb – Full COVID19 Update

Across Ontario, there were 204 cases of COVID19 yesterday. The majority of those came from the same 3 areas that have been leading in new cases for several weeks now. Toronto reported 63 cases, 47 were in Ottawa and 35 cases were in Peel. Of the new cases reported yesterday, 64% of them were in young people, under 40 years … Read more

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A Crazy Divorce Story From Toronto And How People Make Money On OnlyFans

Sports, Lowering your standards for dating, Mallocchio cures for headaches, A BC news anchor that got a nasty email, Explaining OnlyFans and a crazy divorce story that everybody seems to be talking about.… Read more

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Coming To Walmart This Holiday Season: Fireball Eggnog

Walmart has previewed an exciting new product that will be coming to shelves right around the holidays.  Fireball Holiday Nog is a spin on the classic festive drink, eggnog, along with the taste of everyone’s favourite cinnamon whiskey, Fireball. This Holiday Nog comes spiced and is sold by the carton, for any type of celebration you’re having this holiday. … Read more

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Man Ordered To Pay Spousal Support Even Though He Never Lived With Her And They Had No Kids

Ontario’s top court has upheld a lower court ruling ordering a Toronto businessman to pay spousal support to his ex even though they never lived together. To be considered spouses, the law requires three years of cohabitation. In this case, the Ontario Court of Appeal says the two were spouses because they did share a roof on vacations, and acted … Read more

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BC News Anchor Blasts Viewer Who Told Her To Dress Appropriately After Showing Too Much Cleavage

A BC news anchor has hit back at a viewer who criticized her for showing too much cleavage and warned that “this generation of women doesn’t stand for harassment of any kind.”  Kori Sidaway, a journalist for CHEK News in Victoria, took to Twitter to share the scathing email she received from a critic asking her to “… Read more

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Movies You Can Watch With Your Grandparents

National Grandparents’ Day is this Sunday. A new survey from Redbox.com looked into movies that Grandparents would enjoy watching with family on Sunday.

Here are the top 5 movies that’ll get you in the spirit to celebrate grandma and grandpa:Read more

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Screampark Is Happening This Year – With Some Modifications For COVID19

Bingemans in Kitchener has announced they are going ahead with their annual Screampark but it will look a little different this year. Screampark is an outdoor haunted adventure walk. This year the new check in location is at the entrance to Flagraiders paintball, not at FunworX. Guests need to purchase their terror ticket online.  They will be operating at a … Read more

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Ford Wants To Know Why Charges Aren’t Being Laid Against People Who Fail To Quarantine – Full COVID19 Update

Premier Ford is accusing the federal government of failing to enforce 14-day quarantine orders for most people arriving in Ontario from outside Canada. Ford says he’s frustrated because Ontario police checks found 622 people who violated quarantine orders imposed in late March — but no federal charges have been laid. Data from the Public Health Agency of Canada lists zero … Read more

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There Was A Snake In His Toilet And The Debate About Canceling Halloween This Year

Football is back tonight, WE charity is leaving Canada, a man found out the hard way he had a snake in his plumbing, Drama at Taco Bell, A poll of Canadians on US politics, Some education workers already caught COVID, A Dad had an interesting punishment for his 10-year old daughter and the debate about cancelling Halloween. … Read more

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[Video] Gordon Ramsay Shares The Secret To Cooking Perfect Pasta Every Time

Gordon Ramsay has shared his guide on how to cook perfect al dente pasta every time, without the need for guess work.  Gordon says on YouTube: “Pasta – a great budget basic to keep in the cupboard. It can be easily undercooked or overcooked. Here’s how to do it properly.”  He begins by adding water to a large … Read more

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Huge Asteroid Headed Towards Earth’s Orbit

NASA is tracking a huge asteroid that will hit Earth’s orbit on September 14th, passing the planet at a speed of up to 23,666 mph.  The U.S. space administration has labeled the asteroid 2020 QL2 and has estimated it to be between 50 – 120 miles wide.  It’s classed as a Near Earth Object (NEO), any comet or asteroid within … Read more

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WE Organization Is Packing Up And Leaving Canada – Future Of The Investigation Unclear

WE Charity is shutting down its operations in Canada. Co-founders Craig and Marc Kielburger plan to leave the Toronto-based youth organization after the transition to a new board of governors. The brothers say the controversy from the Liberal government’s plans to have the organization run a multimillion-dollar student-volunteer program is to blame. WE’s Canadian staff will be laid off in … Read more

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Poll Finds Canadians Prefer Biden To Trump

A new Leger poll suggests Democratic US presidential candidate Joe Biden is by far Canada’s preferred winner of the November 3rd election, even as he unveils his plan to keep blue-collar jobs and investment on American soil. Two-thirds of the more than 1,500 Canadian respondents to the online poll say Canada-US ties would improve under Biden, and 69 per cent … Read more

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Trump Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize

President Trump has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by a far-right Norwegian lawmaker The member of the Norwegian Parliament for the far-right Progress Party says Trump should be considered because of his work towards a peace agreement between the United Arab Emirates and Israel. Last month, the UAE and Israel agreed to a historic deal normalizing relations and … Read more

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