Macdonald Tobacco Factory

by Dick Nieuwendyk     The Macdonald Tobacco Company was founded in 1858 in Montreal by brothers William Christopher and Augustine McDonald. Their company, achieved major success during the American Civil War, when the Union states were unable to receive tobacco directly from the ...

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Natural hangover cures

by Marina Love Veisalgia. It comes from a Norwegian word that means “uneasiness following debauchery”, (veis) and also the Greek word for “pain” (algia). It occurs when your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) starts to fall after drinking and peaks ...

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HAHA-V1 Virus Epidemic!

by Bonnie Wurst   THIS JUST IN: Rooters – “HAHA-V1 VIRUS SPREADS GLOBALLY!”   The malicious Happy App Virus (HAHA-V1) has been spreading around the world at unprecedented rates. A spokesperson for WHOO?, the World Health Oh-Oh Organization, appealed for calm amid the growing epidemic. The ...

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Entertainment is NOT dating education

By Frank Kermit ND, Relationships   The entertainment industry is not concerned with educating audiences about relationships.  The entertainment industry is only interested in one thing: entertaining you in a way that turns ...

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To incorporate your business or not?

By: Robert Catalano As an owner of a sole proprietorship, you may be reading or hearing a lot about the benefits of incorporating. While it’s true that incorporating is good for some, not all businesses will necessarily benefit from this ...

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A Great Christmas Concert

A MAGICAL CHRISTMAS CONCERT!    In CandleLight With the Ensemble “Ambitus” Attending a Christmas Concert is already a great moment, but imagine coming to listen to the most beautiful Christmas carols, the celestial Ave Marias, the orchestral ballet suite “The ...

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Beef stew (with Guinness)

On a cold day, comfort food is needed to warm up the bones.  Soups are great but nothing compares to a hot bowl of stew with a crusty baguette and butter on the side.   I like to use top sirloin for ...

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