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Episode 171 – Scott’s 20-Year Anniversary, Valentines Day And Missed Connections

Today Scott celebrates 20-years of morning radio, Last minute Valentine’s Day gifts, Money and relationships, How to cook the perfect pasta and Missed Connections from Friday February … Read more

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Via Rail Halts Service Nationwide And CN Rail Cuts Most Service Due To Pipeline Blockades

All trans-continental trains across CN Rail network are shutdown due to ongoing anti-pipeline blockades. Federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau says he’ll meet Friday with his provincial and territorial counterparts, as well as representatives of national Indigenous organizations. Garneau says safe and efficient passenger and freight rail service is critical to Canada’s well-being and he’s in constant communication with both CN … Read more

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Episode 169 – Reclining Seats On Airplanes And How Long It Takes To Orgasm

The coffee we drink that gets us high, The woman who filmed a man punching her airplane seat when she reclined, Lil Yachty’s Mom wrote a book, How long it takes a woman to have an orgasm. … Read more

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Recall Notice – Read This If You Have Driven A Ford Lately

Ford has recalled nearly 230,000 vehicles in the United States, Canada and Mexico due to a possible suspension problem that could increase the risk of a crash.  The recall affects 2013-18 Ford Flexes, Ford Taurus Police Interceptor Sedans, Ford Taurus SHO and Lincoln MKT vehicles. More than 211,200 of the vehicles are located in the United States, 15,200 in Canada … Read more

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The Professions With The Most Single People Over 40-Years Old

If you’re spending Valentine’s Day alone this year, could the type of career you’re in have something to do with it? Someone went through a bunch of census stats, looking at single people over 40 and the various jobs they have.  And “bartender” is one of them. 74% of bartenders over 40 are single. It’s the #1 job … Read more

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Florida Man Gets A DUI After Pulling A Cop Over To Ask For Directions

An alleged drunk driver in Florida initially declined a breathalyzer test, telling a deputy sheriff on Sunday, “You didn’t pull me over, I pulled you over.” Juan Zamora, 63, gave the response after flashing his headlights at a Marion County Sheriff’s deputy’s squad car in Ocala in order to ask for directions to an auto parts store.  The … Read more

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5,000 Schools To Close Next Friday For Another Teacher Strike

Most schools across Ontario could be shut down for the day next Friday, February 21, 2020. The province’s four major teacher unions say they will stage a one-day walkout to pressure the government into accepting their contract demands. About 5,000 schools with more than 2-million students would be affected. Hundreds of elementary teachers protested outside a downtown Toronto hotel yesterday … Read more

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China Changed Their Methodology And That’s Why COVID19 Cases Spiked Yesterday

China has applied new methodology to categorize cases of the new coronavirus in the hardest-hit province of Hubei.  It is reporting 254 new deaths and more than 15,000 new cases this morning. China says there are now 1,367 deaths from the two-month-old outbreak and the total number of confirmed cases is close to 60,000. The change allows for a doctor’s … Read more

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Episode 168 – Bernie Won Last Night And Going Braless At Work

Bernie won the New Hampshire primary last night, Going braless at work and “Hangry” is a real thing. … Read more

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Billboard Releases The Top 25 Greatest Love Song Duets Of All Time

Valentine’s Day is this Friday so Billboard put together a list of the 25 greatest love duets of all time.  They range from ’60s country classics to 21st century hip-hop hits.

Here’s their list, with videos, in no particular order (hint: there are some great playlist suggestions in here):… Read more

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Nissan Develops A Soundtrack That Electric Car Owners Can Play To Put Their Baby To Sleep In An Electric Vehicle

A “lullaby for the electric car” has been created by scientists to mimic the sounds of a typical combustion engine and help babies fall asleep during a drive.  More than half of parents say they take their young children out in the car to help them nod off, a study by Nissan found.  They say the soothing combination … Read more

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How To Decide Which Roses To Give For Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is now less than 48-hours away. It’s expected that millions around the world will visit their local florist to purchase flowers for their significant other.  Roses are typically very popular on Valentine’s Day. However, the various varieties of roses have different meanings. This is a handy list of what each rose means:

  • Red – Red roses say “I
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Kitchener Rangers Goalie Jacob Ingham Is Hosting A Blood Drive Tonight

With the 68 Day Blood Drive well underway, Kitchener Rangers goaltender Jacob Ingham is encouraging fans to join him for a blood donation tonight (Wednesday February 12, 2020) from 6-7pm. Ingham will be visiting the Canadian Blood Services branch in Waterloo (94 Bridgeport Rd. E) to meet with fans supporting his latest initiative for Hockey Gives Blood and Canadian Blood … Read more

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Jay Bouwmeester Recovering After Suffering A Cardiac Event During Last Night’s Game

St. Louis Blues defenceman Jay Bouwmeester was conscious and alert after suffering a cardiac episode and collapsing on the bench last night during the first period against the Anaheim Ducks. Bouwmeester crumpled over after a long shift and during a break in play. Blues general manager Doug Armstrong said Bouwmeester was awake, alert and moving his arms and legs as … Read more

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Bernie Sanders Won Last Night’s New Hampshire Primary

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders seized the first clear victory in the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination by winning the New Hampshire primary. Moderate rival Pete Buttigieg finished second and Amy Klobuchar came in a surprising third. Elizabeth Warren finished a distant fourth, while Joe Biden came in fifth. Sanders says if he becomes the Democratic nominee, he will unite a fractured … Read more

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Coronavirus Has A New Name – Full Wrap On The Latest COVID19 News

The close quarters of a quarantined cruise ship in Japanese waters has seen another 39 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus — now officially dubbed COVID-19. Officials with Princess Cruises updated the number of passengers and crews sickened by the potentially deadly bug to 174 total — including eight Canadians from earlier screenings for the virus. There is no word … Read more

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Episode 167 – Cannabis Cafes And Why Valentines Day Should Be June 9th

Dave Blezard joins us for a conversation about your partner being a bad influence on your eating habits, getting pulled over in America, people that are quarantined on cruise ships, dipping sauces and why Valentine’s Day should be celebrated … Read more

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The Death Toll From Coronavirus Went Up By 108 In Just 24-Hours

The death toll from Coronavirus continues to shoot up. Another 108 deaths happened in just a 24-hour period in China. The number of overall deaths has risen to 1,016. The country’s National Health Commission reports confirmed cases now number 42,638. Authorities in Hong Kong evacuated an apartment block after two cases among its residents raised suspicion the virus may be … Read more

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The Majority Of People Are Cheating On Their Partner … With Food

Over half of us are cheating on their partners … with food, according to a new survey of 2,000 people in relationships. It found that 71% make unhealthy choices behind their partners back and 55% have hidden food in their home from their partner. The poll, conducted by OnePoll in conjunction with Sabra, found a staggering 68% say their … Read more

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The Homicide Unit Is Now Investigating The Death Of A Milton Man And His Daughter

Halton Regional Police are probing the deaths of a man and his four-year-old daughter. Their bodies were discovered at the base of the escarpment at Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area in Milton. Police were conducting a search after they received word the little girl and her biological father had not returned from a hike. They say the homicide unit has been … Read more

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Government Considering Proposal To License Cannabis Lounges And Cafes

The provincial government says it is considering allowing cannabis lounges and cafes as it moves toward an open market for pot in Ontario. The government says it will consult on the possibility of so-called “consumption venues” and special occasion permits that would apply to outdoor festivals and concerts. It wants to hear from the public before committing to … Read more

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Episode 166 – Scott Broke His Finger And Woman Have More Sex Toys Than Men

Scott broke his fingers in the dumbest way, woman own more sex toys than men, lots of people gave up on Dry January, You can get married at Denny’s on Valentine’s Day and inspirational text messages are being sent out to promote mental … Read more

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Best Of – January 2020

Here’s some extra listening material for you over the weekend. This is a collection of segments from the Scott & Kat radio show on 91.5 the Beat. … Read more

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Kobe Bryant’s Chopper Was Just 12 Seconds Away From Making It Into Clear Skies When It Crashed

Kobe Bryant’s helicopter was just 100 feet and 12 seconds from clear skies before it crashed in thick fog, killing the basketball star, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others, according to federal investigators.   The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released a preliminary report Friday on the probe into the January 26 crash in Calabasas, California, which suggested that the … Read more

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Roses Are Boring – Try Giving These Flowers For Valentine’s Day

When you think of Valentine’s Day flowers, chances are a dozen long-stem red roses come to mind.  But there’s almost nothing more boring than this traditional bouquet.  “Price-wise, roses go through the roof,” Nic Faitos of Starbright Floral Design told Business Insider.  “A dozen roses is something that’s expected.  You can think a little more creatively and Read more

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Study Finds The Majority Of Serial Killers Are Taurus

The folks over at Britain’s “the Mirror” have compiled a serial killer / astrological sign round-up, finding that the majority of bloodthirsty evildoers are Taurus.  “[Taurus] are devoted, patient and hard-working, traits which can make for a great personality in someone who is stable and good-natured, and an evil manipulator in someone who is not,” according to … Read more

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New Gallup Poll Finds Americans Are More Satisfied With Their Life Than Ever Before

It may have been a year of impeachment, trade wars and threatened military conflict in the Middle East, but Americans feel they have it better than ever before.  Nine out of ten U.S. citizens are “satisfied” or “very satisfied” with their lives, according to a Gallup poll.  This a record number since this annual survey was … Read more

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Another Canadian Confirmed With Coronavirus

Another Canadian has been confirmed as having contracted coronavirus, bringing the total of Canadians sickened to 15. The latest infection was announced by Princess Cruises. The company says the unidentified Canadian was among the 66 newly confirmed cases aboard its Diamond Princess cruise ship which is already quarantined off the coast of Yokohama, Japan. Last night, Ottawa said it was … Read more

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Halton Police Locate The Bodies Of An Adult And A Child During A Search At Rattlesnake Point

Police searching for a man and his four-year-old daughter in Milton say they’ve found the bodies of an adult male and a female child. Halton Police say an extensive search, including the K9 unit, was organized Sunday evening after they received word that a man and his young daughter hadn’t returned from an afternoon hike at the Rattlesnake Point Conservation … Read more

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Episode 165 – Tight Butts And Kat Got A Strange DM

Kat got a strange DM from a woman, You can bounce a quarter off your butt, A wild DUI story out of Guelph, Pizza Injuries, Valentine’s Day offers at restaurants, An auto-repair shop that got destroyed by stupidity and the bizarre memo that a … Read more

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The Instagram Model That Streaked At The Super Bowl Is Complaining About How She Was Treated

The Instagram model who jumped onto the football field – and flashed her undies – during Sunday’s Super Bowl is speaking out after she was tackled by security and eventually arrested for the stunt.  Kelly Green, 27, was bruised by security and is still in pain from her injuries, she told TMZ on Wednesday.  “I had so much adrenaline Read more

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Over 3,800 People Sent To The E.R. Over Pizza Related Injuries In One Year

The number of hospitalizations in the United States involving pizza skyrocketed by more than 50% in 2018, compared to the previous year.  Whether it was caused by falling upstairs while carrying a delivery or someone slashing a finger with a pizza cutter, there were no fewer than 3,800 visits to the ER two years ago related to pizza. That figure … Read more

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The Wuhan Coronavirus Evacuees Are Now Back In Canada

After numerous delays in getting a chartered plane to Wuhan, China, 176 evacuees are now back in Canada where they will be isolated for two weeks and monitored for signs of the new coronavirus. Several dozen more Canadian passengers left China aboard a U.S. government flight that departed the outbreak epicentre a few hours later. Those on the American flight … Read more

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Google Is Launching A Big Expansion In Waterloo, Toronto And Montreal

Lots more high-tech, good paying jobs are coming to Waterloo, Toronto and Montreal. Google has announced plans for a big office in the Innovation District of Waterloo.  It will house new Google employees and Canada’s first Google for Startups Accelerator. This expansion will up Google’s employee count from 1,500 in Canada to over 5,000 by the end of 2022. Google … Read more

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Driver In Guelph Gets A DUI After Hitting The Same Car Three Times

A DUI for a 71-year old man? Yes, it happened. Wednesday night he was driving eastbound on Highway 7, approaching Guelph, when he crossed into the westbound lanes and clipped another car, taking out the mirror. He kept driving so the driver that got hit followed him and called police. Eventually the man pulled into a parking lot. The guy … Read more

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Chair Girl Gets Sentenced Today – The Crown Wants Six Months In Jail

Today the woman who launched a chair off a downtown Toronto balcony is expected to appear in court for a sentencing hearing. 20-year old Marcella Zoia pleaded guilty to mischief causing danger to life for the act that was captured on video and went viral on social media. The chair crashed down 45 storeys near a woman with a child … Read more

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Episode 164 – The Love Yourself Restaurant, A Messy Divorce And The Teacher Strike

Questions about the teacher strike, A Valentine’s Day promotion that encourages “self-love”, A man who burned a million dollars rather than pay his ex-wife support, steeling things from work and a man who ate… Read more

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The Leafs Have Made A Trade For A New Goalie And Another Forward

The Maple Leafs have made a deal for a new goaltender. Toronto acquired Jack Campbell as well as forward Kyle Clifford from the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for forward Trevor Moore and draft picks. The trade was announced shortly after Toronto’s loss in New York last night.

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McDonald’s Will Celebrate The 50th Anniversary Of The Shamrock Shake With A New Shamrock McFlurry

 

Even though it’s still more than a week until Valentine’s Day, some are already looking ahead to another upcoming event on the calendar. St. Patrick’s Day is just over one month away.  St. Patrick’s Day means the return of McDonald’s “Shamrock Shake”.  This year is the 50th anniversary of the iconic McDonald’s treat. McDonald’s has confirmed the Shamrock Shake … Read more

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Nancy Pelosi Caught On Camera Practicing “The Rip Heard Round The World” Even Though Her Office Denied Allegation That She Planned It

Mike Pence accused Nancy Pelosi of planning to rip up the president’s State of the Union speech all along, an accusation the speaker’s office denied.  But a canny observer caught what appears to be the Speaker actually practicing the moves under the table before the speech was over.  Camera from behind the Speaker also shows the pages pre-ripped as Pelosi … Read more

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