May 15, 2018

Published On May 15, 2018 | By cmcleod | CK Mornings Online, Mornings

It’s Tuesday and that means another Movie @ Your Library!

Stop by the Chatham Branch of the Chatham-Kent Public Library today at 2 to see Hostiles.

Everyone is welcome.


The Chatham-Kent OPP is reminding everyone that with the Victoria Day Long Weekend coming up that there is an alcohol ban in place at Rondeau and Wheatley Provincial Parks.

The alcohol ban began on May 12 and will continue until May 21 inclusive.

There is a “zero tolerance” policy for those who are caught with alcohol. They say anyone found with alcohol in the parks may face charges and a park eviction without being able to re-enter any provincial park for 72 hours.

Park wardens have the same authority as the Ontario Provincial Police to lay charges while working within the park.


American Airlines just released a list of emotional support animals that will no longer be allowed on flights.

Going forward, they won’t let you fly with emotional support reptiles, rodents, goats, insects, spiders, and large birds like turkeys.

The airline released a statement saying; “We support the rights of customers, from veterans to people with disabilities, with legitimate needs for a trained service or support animal. Unfortunately, untrained animals can lead to safety issues for our team, our customers and working dogs onboard our aircraft.”


Mars Wrigley, the candy company that makes M&M’s, Skittles, Snickers, Twix and various chewing gums, is hiring a Candy Connoisseur Intern in Chicago.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Taste and develop a deep appreciation for chocolate, gum, mint and confectionery products from around the world.
  • Travel to Mars Wrigley Confectionery manufacturing sites to understand and document how the world’s most beloved candy brands are made.
  • Produce a personalized batch of chewing gum in our pilot plant and experience mouth-wateringly delicious flavor combinations from our product labs.

The Confectionery Connoisseur internship is an 8-12 week, fully paid opportunity, with a signing bonus of a one year’s worth of candy.


A new study says the Great Wall of China is the heaviest object on Earth at a weight of 116 billion pounds.

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