September 13, 2017

Published On September 13, 2017 | By cmcleod | CK Mornings Online, Mornings

1The monthly Blood Donor Clinic is today at the Spirit and Life Centre (184 Wellington Street West, Chatham) from 1-7!

Captain Positive and Opti Woman are expected to make an appearance today too.

Walk in, or book an appointment online at or call 1-888-2-DONATE.

Five Things - 2Apple unveiled three new iPhones yesterday.

The design is all new, and comes in several colours with super durable glass.

The new iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus features include:

  • glass in the front and back
  • speakers that are 25% louder than before.
  • silver, space grey and gold colours
  • a 12 megapixel camera

The iPhone X features a facial recognition program called Face ID.

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus can be pre-ordered starting this Friday. The iPhone X will sell for $999 and will be available for pre-order beginning on Friday, October 27th.

The Apple Watch Series 3 was also launched. It has built-in cellular service.

Five Things - 3If you need passport help, you can get it today at Blessed Sacrament Church (145 Victoria Ave. Chatham) from 10-2.

MP Dave Van Kesteren’s office is holding its final passport clinic of 2017.

Staff will be on hand to answer any questions and help with applications to get a passport or renew.

Photographers are on site for photos at an additional fee.

Five Things - 4The National Toy Hall of Fame has released their list of this year’s finalists. It includes …

  • the board game Clue
  • Magic 8 Ball
  • Matchbox Cars
  • My Little Pony
  • Paper airplane
  • PEZ
  • Play food
  • the game Risk
  • Sand
  • Transformers
  • Uno
  • Wiffle Ball


The final 2017 toy inductees will be announced on November 9th.

Five Things - 5 Olive Garden is selling their Never-Ending Pasta Passes again, where you get eight weeks of unlimited food for $100. They go on sale at 2pm (Eastern) tomorrow at

There will be 22,000 passes on sale this year. If you want one, you’d better be ready to click fast, because last year, their 21,000 passes sold out in one second.

There’s also a new twist this year, where there will be 50 passes that cost $200 and each one of those includes a free eight-day trip to Italy.

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