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Target Staff Still Can’t Get ‘Zellers Smell’ Out of Store

March 20, 2013
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Target Staff Still Can’t Get ‘Zellers Smell’ Out of Store

MILTON, ON (TheBadgerCA) – Just over two weeks after the pilot Target store opened in Milton, Ontario and shopping has continued unabated over the course. The US retail chain bought up storefronts owned previously by Zellers and put up shop across Canada. However, not all is rosy for the chain, especially smell-wise. Many customers still…

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Toronto Mayor Cannot Decide Which Democratic Rule to Break Next

February 27, 2013
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Toronto Mayor Cannot Decide Which Democratic Rule to Break Next

TORONTO, ON (TheBadger.CA) – Toronto Mayor Office aides stated today that Rob Ford, having just been exonerated for election finance violations, does not know which well established rule of democracy to infringe next. The mayor, currently on holiday at Disney World in Florida, is hoping the time away with his family will allow him to…

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Freezing Homeless Man Without Shelter Still Happy He Voted For Rob Ford

February 21, 2013
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Freezing Homeless Man Without Shelter Still Happy He Voted For Rob Ford

TORONTO, ON (TheBadger.CA) – Huddled for warmth atop a subway vent on a cold Toronto winter, hungry from not having eaten all day, feeling the sting of frostbite, you would think that this would dampen the spirits of many.  Not for Carl Bingham, age unknown, a former tool and die worker who has been out…

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Toronto Braces for ‘The Big Storm’, Mocking from Rest of Country

February 8, 2013
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Toronto Braces for ‘The Big Storm’, Mocking from Rest of Country

TORONTO, ON (TheBadgerCA) – Toronto is currently in the middle of a snowstorm with blowing snow that has hampered driving visibility, closed schools and delayed or cancelled flights.  Streets remain unplowed and workers will be continuing well into the weekend to get all thoroughfares cleared of snow.  Many citizens have shovelled their walks two to…

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Mayor Ford Declines Invite to Meet Ontario’s First Openly Gay Premier, Cites ‘Family Engagement’

January 28, 2013
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Mayor Ford Declines Invite to Meet Ontario’s First Openly Gay Premier, Cites ‘Family Engagement’

TORONTO, ON (TheBadgerCA) – Following the appeal victory of his conflict of interest conviction on Friday, controversy was quick to visit Toronto mayor Rob Ford in yet another public relations storm. Saturday saw the Ontario provincial Liberal party vote in Kathleen Wynne as the interim premier for the province, following the stepping down of Dalton…

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Glorious Victory Finally Arrives for Set-Upon, Bullied, Trust Fund Millionaire Bully

January 25, 2013
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Glorious Victory Finally Arrives for Set-Upon, Bullied, Trust Fund Millionaire Bully

TORONTO, ON (TheBadgerCA) – The wheels of Justice turned today and stopped on a decision that would keep the wrongly harassed leader of Canada’s largest city in the mayor’s chair.  Today, Rob Ford learned with the rest of Toronto that his appeal had been held, a move that brought to conclusion the wrongful vilification of…

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Toronto Mayor Plans ‘Big Day on Thursday’

January 24, 2013
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Toronto Mayor Plans ‘Big Day on Thursday’

TORONTO, ON (TheBadgerCA) – With the decision on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s political fate to be announced Friday, Ford says there is much planning to be done.  On Friday, judgement will be announced as to whether the Toronto mayor will be ejected from his position due to conflicts of interest. With that, the mayor left…

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NHL, NHLPA and Team Canada Successful in ‘Hockey Apathy’ Operation

January 3, 2013
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NHL, NHLPA and Team Canada Successful in ‘Hockey Apathy’ Operation

TORONTO, ON (TheBadgerCA) – With the crushing defeat of Team Canada against the USA in the World Junior Hockey Championship that saw Canada embarrassed by a 5-1 loss today, a three-way cooperation neared completion between the NHL, NHLPA and Team Canada. The ongoing stalling of the NHL season that sees league commissioner Gary Bettman masterminding…

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Local Family Continues Tradition of Christmas Ending in Dinner, Tears

December 25, 2012
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Local Family Continues Tradition of Christmas Ending in Dinner, Tears

LONDON, ON (TheBadgerCA) – Traditions run long and deep in the Cunningham family, and no other time of year brings the traditions out of this London, Ontario family than Christmas.  With an extended family numbering close to 20, the family descends on Dan and Ella Cunningham’s family home for the yearly tradition of Christmas dinner…

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Local Christmas Shopper Pretty Sure the Cocksucker That Stole his Parking Spot the Same Dickface Taking Forever at the Cash Register

December 24, 2012
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Local Christmas Shopper Pretty Sure the Cocksucker That Stole his Parking Spot the Same Dickface Taking Forever at the Cash Register

TORONTO, ON (TheBadgerCA) – Mike Lewis, 34, attempted to finish off his Christmas shopping today at a local mall when he was met with an antagonist who would at least twice shape his day in a manner he was not expecting.  The initial contact, Lewis explains, saw the stranger take a parking space that by…

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