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Right hand rules

Sorry southpaws. At the Indian dinner table, the right hand rules.

You're eating that wrong! 6 foreign cuisine faux pas you may be committing

In Canada, we are spoiled for choice when it comes to the myriad of international cuisines we can enjoy when dining out. But even when...

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Uber Cool

Chris McInnis is the owner of Über Cool Stuff, a store that includes a rather eclectic collection of fun for people of all ages.

Uber Cool is uber fun

If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then cool is in the brain of Chris McInnis.

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Marner drafted by Leafs

Thornhill's Mitch Marner was drafted fourth overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs. The London Knights player is hoping to crack the NHL's club's lineup for the upcoming season.

Being Leafs’ top draft pick dream come true for Thornhill’s Marner

Growing up in Thornhill, Mitch Marner said his favourite National Hockey League team was the Toronto Maple Leafs. To this day, the...

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Metroland's Shopping Survey

David Harvey says Metroland's Shopping Survey with assist advertisers in understanding consumer needs.

Tell us how you plan to spend your hard-earned dollars and you could win cash

We need to take your pulse. Yes, that’s right your pulse.

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Karin Hohenadel

Western grad to be top doc at Pan Am Games

Western grad to be top doc at Pan Am Games

When it comes to the health and welfare of the thousands of athletes descending on Toronto for the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games next month,...

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Brianne Barry going for the gold

London's Barry looks to pin down gold at Pan Am Games

London's Barry looks to pin down gold at Pan Am Games

Standing just a shade under five-foot-six, 23-year-old Brianne Barry may not look all that imposing — that is unless you’re in a staredown...

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London's bionic man

London's bionic man making impressive strides

London's bionic man making impressive strides

Mitch Brogan is among those rare few who refuses to take no for an answer.

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Man missing in river may be wanted in London-Image1

Ottawa police say they believe a man who jumped into the Rideau River to evade officers and is now missing may be wanted in the death of an Ontario teen killed while trying to get his cellphone back. Muhab Sultanaly Sultan of Calgary is shown in an undated handout photo. An arrest warrant has been issued for an Alberta man in the death of an Ontario teen who police say died while trying to get his cellphone back. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-London Police Service

Man missing in river may be wanted in London

Ottawa cops search for man who may have drowned after trying to run over police

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