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Toronto Police Increasing RIDE Programs for Superbowl Sunday
Toronto Police have a message for Superbowl fans: if you drink or use drugs, don't drive. Ahead of this Sunday's Superbowl 49, officers are releasing a statement, saying numerous R.I.D.E programs will be operating around Toronto in an effort to keep the roads safe from fans who may have had too much. "Anyone that will be visiting a bar, we strongly suggest you make alternate arrangements. or perhaps designate a driver," Constable Clint Stibbe told AM640, "Obviously we want everyone to get...
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CARROLL ON THE NEWS | Do You Find Your Children Boring?
Mother-of-two Catherine Cooper, a freelance journalist based in South West France and London, said it's natural for adults to find the repetitive nature of children's games a complete bore. She said: 'You're a grown woman, with different interests to a child. Small children love repetitive games. It might be delightful to play peek-a-boo at first but not 300 times later.' Catherine, whose children are now 10 and 12, said she's glad the issue is finally being debated as it's something she never...
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