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Entertainment 19 celebrities who have Halloween birthdays

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18:22  31 october  2021 Source:   usatoday.com

Did Michael Do It? Kyle Richards Broke Her Nose on ‘Halloween Kills’ Set

  Did Michael Do It? Kyle Richards Broke Her Nose on ‘Halloween Kills’ Set Did Michael Do It? Kyle Richards Broke Her Nose on ‘Halloween Kills’ Set“I didn’t know it was broken when it happened,” the 52-year-old actress exclusively told Us Weekly on Wednesday, October 6, while promoting the horror film. “I just knew I hurt myself, but I didn’t tell anybody. I didn’t want the stunt double to step in and have them be like, ‘Oh Kyle, you know, let the stunt double handle this.

Food supply expert Amélie Nguyen says grocers need to do more to investigate their supply chains to make sure they’re not using tomatoes from Xinjiang, China. © CBC Food supply expert Amélie Nguyen says grocers need to do more to investigate their supply chains to make sure they’re not using tomatoes from Xinjiang, China.

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Canada's grocery chains stocked with tomato products connected to Chinese forced labour

Have you ever stopped to think about where the tomato products on our store shelves come from?

Our latest investigation is raising some troubling questions about popular tomato products like pastes, sauces and ketchup — revealing links to forced labour in China.

Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg Dress Up in the Trailer for Their Very Tasty Halloween Special

  Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg Dress Up in the Trailer for Their Very Tasty Halloween Special The baking competition, which premieres on Peacock Oct. 21, will feature Snoop Dogg, Martha Stewart, and Tasty food content creator Alvin Zhou all on the judging panel The over-the-top competition features teams of three of the country's most talented and award-winning bakers — dubbed "Scare Squads" — competing to build over-the-top, full-sensory, immersive 12x12 worlds. All will be filled with edible treats like fondant fingers, "larger-than-life-sized chocolate spiders or cotton candy cobwebs," according to a press release. "The ghouls and freaks are on the prowl.

Marketplace, in collaboration with the Investigative Reporting Project Italy — a non-profit media association — and The Guardian found some of the world's biggest grocers, including some here in Canada, are stocked with tomato products that are tied to suppliers using forced labour in Xinjiang, a remote area of western China where Uyghurs are subjected to mass detention, surveillance and torture by the Chinese government, in what many countries have labelled a genocide. Read more

Ontario bringing back proactive long-term care inspections — a year after Marketplace revealed it quietly cut them before the pandemic

The Ontario government says it will spend $20 million this year to hire 193 new inspection staffers and launch a proactive inspections program of long-term care homes.

The Grusel continues

 The Grusel continues Berlin. Michael Myers is one of the most famous horror movie villains. In the previous movie he seemed defeated, but Laurie Strode can not breathe. Jamie Lee Curtis is back with "Halloween Kills", the continuation of the successful horror series. © Ryan Green is Michael Myers really dead? The now twelfth film of the "Halloween" series builds directly to the previous year of 2018. (dpa) The arms Jamie Lee Curtis! For more than 40 years, she must be afraid of the serial murderer Michael Myers.

The news follows a 2020 Marketplace investigation that found that only nine out of 626 homes in the province received so-called "resident quality inspections" in 2019.

Inspections in long-term care homes fall primarily into two categories: complaint and critical incident inspections, which are reactive, and resident quality inspections, which are broader and proactive. For the former, homes usually know in advance that they will come under scrutiny.

The long-term care sector was devastated by COVID-19, with a military report revealing major problems in facilities meant to care for some of the province's most vulnerable residents.

Ontario says this new spending will double the number of its long-term care inspectors by the fall of 2022, with a ratio of one for every two homes. Read more

He was charged over $3,000 for damage to his rental car he didn't cause. But after Go Public got involved, the charge disappeared

Did you know that you can be charged for damage that occurs to your rental car after you've dropped it off?

COVID-19 updates, Oct. 27: Quebec may expand mail-in voting, add days to electoral calendar

  COVID-19 updates, Oct. 27: Quebec may expand mail-in voting, add days to electoral calendar Updated throughout the day on Wednesday, Oct. 27. Questions/comments: ariga@postmedia.com Top updates Tories to respect vaccine mandate but challenge board ruling that created it: O’Toole Court begins to hear challenge of Quebec’s mandatory vaccination for health workers Labour shortages, supply-chain problems weigh on Quebec entrepreneurs: poll Quebec may expand mail-in voting, add days to electoral calendar Majority of Quebecers think Legault doing ‘poor job’ on health care, poll suggests Quebec will not make vaccination mandatory for workers in schools, post-secondary institutions Video: Legault wants to give names of doctors he thinks should be working harde

That's what Samuel Wardlaw found out when Enterprise Rent-A-Car added more than $3,300 to his bill.

He'd only used the truck for five hours. But a week later, an unexpected email from the rental giant said he was responsible for damage that occurred on the Enterprise lot after hours.

Enterprise said later that, after Wardlaw parked the truck and put the keys in a secure drop box, as instructed by an employee, someone stole its catalytic converter, a part of the exhaust system that contains valuable metals.

The company pointed to a clause in its rental contract that says drivers who drop off a vehicle after hours are responsible for any damage or theft until it's checked in by an employee.

"It's their truck, their lot, their catalytic converter. Everything about it is within Enterprise's control," said Wardlaw. "For them to say it's my liability is pretty ridiculous."

But after Go Public got involved, Enterprise said in an email it had "decided not to pursue the claim." Read more

Samuel Wardlaw was told to drop the keys through a slot after returning a rented truck to a Toronto location of Enterprise Rent-A-Car. A week later, the company claimed he was responsible for more than $3,300 in damages that occurred after he’d returned the vehicle. © Craig Chivers/CBC Samuel Wardlaw was told to drop the keys through a slot after returning a rented truck to a Toronto location of Enterprise Rent-A-Car. A week later, the company claimed he was responsible for more than $3,300 in damages that occurred after he’d returned the vehicle.

What else is going on?

Ottawa facing mounting pressure to nix pricey PCR test for travellers

Halloween: "The head was almost decided" ... In 1875 a butcher slaughters a young and traumatis the Bordeaux region

 Halloween: on the occasion of Halloween, "20 minutes" makes you discover killers or serial killers, burners From foot or peps in our regions before the twentieth century © Paul Berthelot and Claude Roland The poster of the plays inspired by the murder of Baptiste Méry.

A PCR test is required for all travellers entering Canada, including the fully-vaccinated.

2 B.C. doctors linked to website selling bogus mask and vaccine exemption 'certificates'

Document obtained by CBC allegedly signed by Dr. Stephen Malthouse, produced through Kelowna business.

Car2Go settles class-action lawsuit over 'driver protection fee' for $1 million

Settlement unlikely to result in significant payout for individual users.

Goodfood brand onions recalled over Salmonella

Stop using the recalled products.

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Their Turn Next! Travis Barker Is Ready to Marry Kourtney Kardashian .
Their Turn Next! Travis Barker Is Ready to Marry Kourtney Kardashian“Our turn next ,” the Blink-182 drummer, 45, commented on the Poosh founder’s Instagram post on Saturday, November 13.

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