TODAY July 1 – Sunni’s History Notes

Holidays and observances Second half of the year day Canada Day (formerly Dominion Day, Canada) Doctors’ Day (India) Earliest day on which St Pauls Carnival can fall, while July 7 is the latest; celebrated on the first Saturday in July. (Bristol) Emancipation Day (Netherlands Antilles) Emancipation Day or Keti Koti… Continue reading

Alan Thicke sums up new show: It’s ‘Honey Boo Boo meets Larry David’

"Growing Pains" star Alan Thicke is returning to the small screen for a new show, but this time he won’t be playing a character like Jason Seaver. The actor will just be himself in his new reality TV show, "Usually Thicke" — well, sort of.

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Jesse Winchester, singer and anti-war icon, dies at 69

Jesse Winchester, the esteemed singer-songwriter who became a symbol of the anti-war movement when he moved to Canada to escape the draft in the Sixties, died Friday from bladder cancer. Winchester, who was living in Virginia when he died, was 69.

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Run for the border: Taco Bell boss wants Canada to take Justin Bieber back

O Canada, if you want waffle tacos, you’re going to have to make a trade with the old Red, White and Blue. On Thursday, Taco Bell president Brian Niccol told Canadians who want his chain’s new breakfast menu that they’re going to have to take singer Justin Bieber back first.

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What does Al do in Sochi when he’s not on air? Your burning questions answered

Watching the Sochi Olympics and wondering about those blue lines, why anyone would willingly sign up for skeleton, or what all the anchors do during their downtime? We’ve got answers to the burning questions you asked us on Facebook! Check out more Olympic queries solved here.image

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