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The Best Places to Buy Glasses Online

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Depending on your needs and preferences, you can save hundreds of dollars by buying prescription eyeglasses online instead of through an optician. After performing more than 100 hours of research over three years, talking to eight eye-care professionals, and testing dozens of comparable frame-and-lens pairings from 10 retailers since 2017, we recommend that you start your online glasses search at Eyebuydirect. It offers an extensive, easy-to-search selection of quality frames, multiple lens and coating options, and affordable prices when compared with the prominent competition.

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Local woman successfully avoids thinking too much about the donated urns at Value Village

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WINNIPEG, MB — After an encounter with a used urn for sale at Value Village, local woman Trisha McKay has successfully avoided thinking too deeply about it. “I didn’t spare it a second thought,” McKay says, fixing a thousand-yard stare at a shelf of pre-loved encyclopedias. “Even lying awake in bed last night, I had […]

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NDP asks Liberals to stop calling them “Lil’ Buddies” in official announcements

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OTTAWA – NDP leader Jagmeet Singh used Question Period to request that the Liberals no longer refer to the NDP as “Lil’ Buddies” in government communiques. For the past few months, Trudeau’s Liberals have been passing legislation with support from the NDP but announcing the Acts as having come from the “Liberals and their Lil’ […]

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Dog tied up outside of store for three minutes sets new world record for sadness

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VANCOUVER — The look on the face of Tony, a young bulldog tied to a parking meter outside Denman Liquor, has set the Guinness World Record for sheer, profound, heart-wrenching sadness. “I don’t understand it,” said passerby Susan Armstrong, struggling to maintain her composure. “He wasn’t howling. He wasn’t even barking. He just had that […]

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Canada to reduce immigration backlog by making country less livable

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OTTAWA – After months of delays and work pileups, the Canadian government has announced a new strategy to reduce the wait time for the millions attempting to move to Canada; slowly reduce the quality of life in the nation until would-be newcomers change their mind. “We can’t stand to see people watch as their dreams […]

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“Don’t talk to me until I’ve had my coffee!” says co-worker who is still terrible after they’ve had their coffee

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WHITBY, ON – Local office worker Lindy Jensen has reportedly started every morning at her job by telling co-workers not to talk to her until she’s had her coffee, despite the caffeine doing nothing to make her any more pleasant to be around. “She said that coffee line on her first day of working here […]

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