CK MORNINGS is live this morning at Links of Kent for the United Way’s 2017 Touchdown Breakfast.
We’ll find out how much was raised in the annual campaign and talk to some of the supporters.
The annual Festival of Giving theme was announced yesterday morning.
Festival of Giving British Invasion will go down April 14th at the John D. Bradley Centre.
Tickets go on sale to the public January 30th. Advance tickets to past-FOGger’s begins Tuesday, January 23rd at 9am. Tickets available CKTickets.com
Chatham-Kent’s biggest and best fundraiser will support the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation and other various charities in the community.
Quebec City’s Ice Hotel had to be evacuated on Tuesday because of a fire.
Apparently, it started when a candle fell on someone’s sleeping bag. The fire didn’t spread too much before help arrived, because, it’s made of ice.
A few people were hospitalized from smoke inhalation though, and there was some damage.
— The Weather Network (@weathernetwork) January 10, 2018
Diet Coke is launching a taller, narrower design for their cans and new flavours, to try to compete with trendier drinks.
The new flavours include Diet Coke Ginger Lime, Diet Coke Feisty Cherry, Diet Coke Zesty Blood Orange and Diet Coke Twisted Mango.
— Diet Coke (@DietCoke) January 10, 2018
A company just released a line of smart underwear.
They have sensors that read your heart rate, temperature, and more and then interact with other smart devices in your house, like automatically changing the thermostat.
If you’re interested, you can pre-order but it’s $279 for four pairs.
— Mashable Tech (@mashabletech) January 10, 2018