Maybe Justin Is The One With Unacceptable Views

Today: Justin Trudeau calls the truckers a fringe minority with unacceptable views. We take a deeper dive into his comments from yesterday.

Also: Neil Young is now off Spotify, COVID-cancelled weddings are being rescheduled on weekdays, and the sexual wellness report.

NOTE: We are off tomorrow. After 9 will return on Monday.… Read more

Police Warn Of Major Traffic Issues Over The Next Few Days – Full COVID-19 Update

Police are warning Ontario drivers to expect significant traffic delays on major highways when a trucking protest convoy enters the province. Sault Ste. Marie police say they’re expecting delays on Highway 17 in northern Ontario as the Freedom Convoy makes its way to Ottawa for a rally on Saturday. The OPP say delays are expected on the QEW, Highway 400, … Read more

National Spouses Day And MILF Monday

Today: Please keep the trucker protest peaceful this weekend, NACI now says kids should get another shot of vaccine and Ontario’s NDP and Liberals want to require vaccination to get into the LCBO and pot shops.

PLUS: Celebrating National Spouses Day, McDonald’s is testing a chicken Big Mac, And a viral video to celebrate MILF Monday.… Read more

New Poll Has O’Toole Quickly Catching Up To Trudeau

A new poll suggests the federal Conservatives are back within three percentage points of the Liberal party in the polls. Leger executive vice-president Christian Bourque says its the second consecutive month his polling firm has seen small gains for the Tories, bringing them back to the level of support they enjoyed before last fall’s federal election. Despite enjoying 31% support … Read more

Support For Our Truckers Is Growing Nationwide

Today: The Freedom Convoy rolls into Ottawa this weekend. But there are some trying to dismiss these patriots. We talk about why everyone should support our truckers and get behind them.

Also: What to do when your Roomba disappears, A bizarre story where multiple people fell from a building, and stories of your sibling dating your ex.

Plus: Colin Jost … Read more

Returning Office Worker Pimps Out His Workspace

After more than a year of customizing Zoom backgrounds, returning office workers may be tempted to deck out their cubicles. A man named Lucas Mundt recently got a job at a company called Simple Modern, and he went to his boss and asked if he could pimp out his cubicle? He made the whole thing look like a rustic cabin, … Read more

Another Week Of Restrictions Begins In Ontario – Full COVID-19 Update

Today Ontario businesses enter their final week of provincial closure orders. Since January 5th, thousands of small businesses in the province have been under new restrictions that Premier Ford said were necessary to blunt the spread of the Omicron variant. Restaurants, gyms, movie theatres, indoor attractions and more have been ordered closed and retail settings are reduced to 50% capacity. … Read more

Instagram Is Testing A Subscription Service That Lets Creators Charge A Fee To Access Exclusive Content

Instagram influencers could soon start charging users monthly subscription fees to access exclusive content.  The Meta-owned platform is testing the ability among 10 creators in the US, allowing them to turn a profit with Live videos and Stories.  This feature is similar to the one rolled out to Facebook in 2020, which Meta said it would hold off on collecting … Read more

Meatloaf Dead At Age 74

Music superstar Meat Loaf has died. The singer-actor born as Marvin Lee Aday, who legally changed his name to Michael but was best known professionally as Meat Loaf, was loved by millions for his 1977 Bat Out of Hell album that became one of the best-selling records in history. He was known for such theatrical anthems as Paradise by the … Read more

Tragic Fire In Brampton Kills 3 Young Boys

Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown says he is heartbroken that three boys have died as a result of a fire in the city yesterday morning. Brown says the community is grieving with the family members of the boys and their friends. Peel Paramedic Superintendent Jay Szymanski says the boys, ages nine, 12 and 15-years-old, were pronounced dead in hospital after they … Read more

Starbucks Drops Their Vaccine Mandate For Staff

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

Ford To Announce When Restrictions Start To Ease – Full COVID-19 Update

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

Free App For Victims Of Domestic Violence Allows Users To Log Evidence Until They Are Ready To Contact Police

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

Wayne’s World AMC Pacer Up For Auction Ahead Of Film’s 30th Anniversary

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

5G Concerns Result In Flight Schedule Changes

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

Ford Hints That Good News Is Coming – Full COVID-19 Update

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

Canada Has Approved The COVID Drug But Supply Is Limited – Full COVID-19 Update

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

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