Monthly Archives: August 2019

Princess Diana’s Legacy Lives On Through Her Most Iconic Photographs. Sadly she passed away 22 years ago today.

Diana, Princess of Wales, was and still is, an icon. From the moment she entered the limelight as a member of the British royal family, Princess Diana was one to watch. After being killed as a result of a car accident in … Continue reading

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8 Things That Could Happen if the Amazon Rainforest Disappeared

The truth about the Amazon The Amazon, a vast swath of tropical rainforest that straddles parts of Bolivia, Columbia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Surinam, Venezuela—but most of all, at 60 percent, Brazil—has been losing the battle against deforestation for … Continue reading

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13 Things You Should Never Do at the Airport.

1. Don’t expect it to be easy Now that the golden age of aviation has passed, we can no longer count on assigned seating, checking baggage, legroom, or free meals. Before you even board, you have to run the gauntlet of … Continue reading

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Millarville woman receiving death threats after canceling home giveaway contest.

An unsuccessful house giveaway contest has left an Alberta homeowner subjected to death threats. Alla Wagner, the Millarville woman behind the letter-writing contest launched in January, said people are threatening her via email and through social media, claiming the contest … Continue reading

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47 Foods That Are Harmful to Dogs. ~ Part 2 of 2.

25. Cherries The flesh of cherry is non-toxic however the seed contains cyanide which is deadly to dogs, even in the smallest of quantities. The pit also serves as a choking hazard! 26. Citrus Fruits The pulp of citrus fruits … Continue reading

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47 Foods That Are Harmful to Dogs. ~ Part 1 of 2.

Many foods that are safe for humans to eat are actually dangerous, and sometimes deadly, to dogs. There are some things that dogs can’t process, and if consumed, the harmful substance builds up in the dog’s body, sometimes resulting in … Continue reading

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It snowed in Canada this weekend, and it was NOT in the Arctic.

Has Summer 2019 not been up to your standards as far as warmth and sunshine go? Here’s a sight that might make you appreciate it a bit more. Thanks to an unusually fall-like system spinning over the northern Prairies, winter … Continue reading

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