November 10, 2017

Published On November 10, 2017 | By cmcleod | CK Mornings Online, Mornings

1The Canadian Cancer Society is hosting Flavours and Favours tonight at the Portuguese Club beginning at 7.

Tickets $20 or $140 for a table of 8, tickets are available at the door. Doors open at 6:30.


Five Things - 2Tomorrow is Remembrance Day, commemorating the end of WWI at 11 am on the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918.

It’s observed in Canada & the UK, and in Belgium & France as “Armistice Day”. The original tradition is to observe 2 minutes silence at 11 am.

For a full list of services and parades in Chatham-Kent, go here.


Five Things - 3The board game Clue, the Wiffle Ball and the paper airplane are the newest inductees into the National Toy Hall of Fame.

To make the hall of fame, toys must have inspired creative play across generations.

This year’s finalists were: the board games Risk and Clue, the Magic 8 Ball, Matchbox cars, My Little Pony, the paper airplane, PEZ candy dispenser, play food, sand, Transformers, the card game Uno and Wiffle ball.


Five Things - 4A week ago Cineplex and the National Football League announced a deal that will bring Sunday Night Football and the Super Bowl live to Cineplex theatres across Canada.

Beginning this Sunday NFL games will be broadcast live to 15 theatres across Canada initially and expand to 50 locations for Super Bowl LII. Tickets will be $5.

There are 3 Toronto locations and also Ottawa, Oakville, London, Markham, Kitchener, Brossard, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Vancouver, Coquitlam and Abbotsford.

Cineplex says it will announce location details for Super Bowl screenings closer to the February 4th.


Five Things - 5 Brazil crowned the annual winner of Miss Bumbum earlier this week.

28 year old Rosie Oliveira is the champ. She claims she left her husband in order to show off her buttocks in the pageant.

This year’s competition had 15 finalists from all around Brazil, including the first-ever amputee contestant to participate in the contest. The model had lost her leg at the age of 19 after her ex-boyfriend ran her over with a car.

There was some controversy this year, after the organization’s decision to ban any bottoms bigger than 107 centimeters in diameter — about 42 inches — from the event.

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