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Advanced voting has already begun in Canada! Use this if you want to vote strategically to vote Harper out!
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When Phoebe got trapped in a cistern, her best friend, Tillie, stood guard for a week until they were found. Read more
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Why Anna won't leave Josh Duggar: Anna Duggar was crippled by her parents by receiving no education, having no work experience (or life experience, for that matter) and then was shackled to this loser because his family was famous in their religious circle.
A Georgia mom's letter about Anna Duggar went viral on Facebook this week, after Jessica Kirkland pleaded with parents to raise their daughters to "breathe fire" rather than raising them to have "no education and no work experience to fall back on"
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About four in 10 Canadians surveyed (39 per cent) said they would cast their ballot for the NDP if an election were held today.

The Conservatives fell from neck-and-neck status with the NDP last week to 28 per cent of voter support Sunday, while the Liberals were steady at 25 per cent.
New Democrats take double-digit lead in public support, their best showing by far in the past two years, Forum Research poll finds.
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I'm not allowed to vote any more, but the green platform is the only one I could, in good conscience, support since 2003. The rest of 'em just want Canada to desperately chase the Americans down their backwards toilet. And so do most Canadians, in my experience. They don't care at all (as long as they get to imagine they're superior to anyone else of course, just like Americans... lol).

That's why I left to greener pastures and brighter horizons.
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Bill Gates shares a list of books you might enjoy reading this summer.
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Sales of the new Apple Watch have plunged by 90% since the opening week, according to a new market-research report.
Sales are far below expectations only three months after hitting shelves, writes Brett Arends.
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This is what our PM is doing right now!

Congrats Canada!
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Too delicious:

Another friend of Trump reportedly told Sherman, “[Trump’s] numbers are going to come down, and then he’s going to panic. He doesn’t believe it will ever happen. He has not confronted this in his mind.” Sherman theorized that a drop in the polls might motivate Trump to carry out “a kamikaze mission against the candidates left standing.”
Reportedly motivated by a feud with former Florida Governor Jeb Bush over a failed business deal, sources close to real estate tycoon and 2016 Republican presid
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For the first time, new numbers are giving Tom Mulcair's NDP the lead in the federal election, along with the possibility of a majority win.
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Maybe you missed the news last week – under Stephen Harper’s Conservative government Canada has just regained its title as the world's most reputable nation
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Anyone who admires Canada these days has probably never been there (or never left), and watches a lot of TV. Just sayin'.
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Sixteen hours after deciding to end it all and writing the note, I realized that my plan for a slow, but painless death of suicide by masturbation was not working.
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Jeb Bush to unimpressed New Hampshire crowd: ‘Please clap’
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Jeb Bush is going to need more than an exclamation point at the end of his name to generate excitement in New Hampshire.

Saudi Prince Trolls Trump: 'I Bailed You Out Twice'
www.huffingtonpost.com

The prince has offered to bail Trump out a third time, too.

Archbishop Says He ‘Didn't Know’ It Was Criminal To Have Sex With Children.
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Join us on Facebook: www.fb.com/occupythevatican Archbishop Says He ‘Didn't Know’ It Was Criminal To Have Sex With Children. The St. Louis a

At least 50 police officers currently suspended with pay in Ontario
www.cbc.ca

Toronto Police Services says 14 officers are currently suspended with pay. The OPP says 29 of its officers are suspended with pay.

Sanders shuts down teen climate change denier: 'You're wrong.'
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Bernie Sanders shut down a teenage girl who questioned the science of climate change Thursday morning, to the delight of her classmates.

For defying no-call lists, Dish faces potential fines totaling $24 billi...
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Dish's telemarketers allegedly failed to heed no-call lists, and the satellite-TV provider may be fined up to $24 billion, a sum larger than

Dying woman gets hospital visit from her beloved horse
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Stephanie McManus was reunited with her horse one last time at Hamilton’s Juravinski Hospital

Could a party drug help cure veterans' PTSD?
america.aljazeera.com

There are some signs the government is softening its decades-long stance on MDMA, the active ingredient in ecstasy

Anki - powerful, intelligent flashcards
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About Anki. Anki is a program which makes remembering things easy. Because it's a lot more efficient than traditional study methods, you can

June 22, 2015: Hangs Out in Marc Maron's Garage - 2015: The Year Obama S...
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In June, Obama traveled to Eagle Rock, California, where he sat down in comedian Marc Maron's garage for a revealing interview on

Business has created jobs every month since Obamacare became law, Obama ...
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President Barack Obama touted the success of Obamacare during his final State of the Union address. He said the Affordable Care Act has led

President Obama is the White House's first social media ninja
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The president is on basically every social network that matters, even Medium. Medium!

Why Obama's tears are so revolutionary - CNNPolitics.com
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When President Obama wept openly during a White House announcement, he not only reshaped his legacy, he changed the rules for future preside

Sony tries to trademark Let’s Play and pisses off the Internet
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In the video game industry, it doesn't take a lot to piss off your entire fan base. And Sony is about to re-learn this lesson with one trade

Bernie Sanders's new fundraising numbers are really amazing
www.vox.com

A "democratic socialist" is seriously competing with Hillary Clinton in fundraising.

12 Actual Jaden Smith Tweets Made into One Epic Comic - CollegeHumor Post
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He's not just a genius -- he's a PROPHET. View "12 Actual Jaden Smith Tweets Made into One Epic Comic" and more funny posts on CollegeHumor

Parks Canada to waive entrance fees in 2017 to celebrate Canada's 150th
www.cbc.ca

Lovers of Canada's national parks are celebrating the country's 150th birthday a little earlier than most after purchasing park passes in 20

Had to pay $10 a day for parking! Had a problem with my sink and bath tub being clogged. They fixed it very quickly however.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Horrible experience. Brokers do not return calls and apparently cannot even contact insurance companies to complete policies. I had to call another broker literally on the closing day to get insurance so i could pick up the keys to my new home (which they were able to complete within an hour, something Cambridge Insurance wasn't able to do in a week).
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Not usually a fan of buffets, but this was fantastic!
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Fantastic hole in the wall place. Good value for awesome food... not much more than what it would cost at Taco Bell, but good authentic food (not that i don't like Taco Bell). Highly recommend it!
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Great family run business. They even gave me my own blue laundry bag to make the drop offs quicker! And as far as i can tell they're the cheapest in the area.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Went for lunch. Got the spaghetti carbonara, it was fairly bland with probably only one strip of bacon in the carbonara. The other dishes my companions had looked far better.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Went there for Father's Day. Just an awful experience throughout. It began with the seating. The table we were at was unbalanced and noticeably wobbly. Ordered the Father's Day special. At least half the dishes were obviously cooked ahead of time, because they came to the table cold (or only heated on the outside with the inside still cold). The dishes came in an disorganized order, so food that obviously should have gone together came at odd times. Our drinks were late, and had to repeated ask over and over again for them to be made/brought to the table. When they did arrived, they were very bland (my mango shake didn't even taste like mango). We were a table of 6, and when we ordered hot sauce, they brought tiny little serving of hot sauce. We had to reordered the hot sauce like 6 times. This was a banquet meal, and we were only given 1 tiny napkin each, and again, asking for more they would only bring a couple each time. And the kicker? Tips is calculated on the receipt automatically. POOR SERVICE. POOR FOOD. POOR EXPERIENCE.
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Food: Poor - FairDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago