Monthly Archives: August 2018

Fire at Burlington car dealership causes $1 million in damage

There's over $1 million in damage, as Burlington firefighters continue to battle a fire inside a car dealership on Appleby Line, just north of Harvester Road.

First arriving crews encountered heavy smoke and flames visible from the north side of the building after responding just after 10 p.m. Thursday night to the Good...

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Medical News Today: What does the LH surge mean for pregnancy?

When the body's levels of luteinizing hormone (LH) rise, it triggers the start of ovulation, and the most fertile period of the menstrual cycle occurs.

Tracking the surge in luteinizing hormone levels can help people to plan intercourse and increase the chances of becoming pregnant.

Understanding what LH is, when levels of the hormone rise, and the...

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Ontario's basic income pilot to end March 2019

Ontario's basic-income pilot project, which was launched by the former Liberal government and was aimed at lifting people out of poverty, will end on March 31, 2019.

The Progressive Conservative government says the final payments to the 4,000 low-income recipients in several cities will be made on that date. 

The Tories announced last month they would wind...

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