The royal couple have been accused by British media of not properly securing George in their back of their Range Rover when they took him home from St. Mary’s Hospital on Tuesday.
the allegations with photos as evidence are:
1) the baby was still swaddled not allowing for the straps to properly go around his arms
2) the buckle could not have fit between the baby’s legs since he was swaddled
3) the straps weren’t nearly tight enough to secure him
royal baby memorabilia
Pandora, a company that makes charm bracelets is coming out with a limited edition Royal Baby Carriage charm.
The Pandora charm is set to retail for $75. It’s silver, with white-gold accents and a white stone.
If charms aren’t your thing you could always pick up a commemorative coin.
The Royal Canadian Mint is unveiling a limited edition coin featuring the new heir in August.
The coin goes on sale Aug. 13 and will be available to order July 30
the walking bridge by the Holiday Inn was only phase 1 in a city play to connect to the TransCanada Trail.
TransCanada Trail Foundation gave the city $43,000 in grants.
Phase 2 connects the walking bridge to Rogers Cove Then link up with the trail over the lock and through Beavermead Park.
Over the last four days there have been three separate “random caffeinated acts of kindness” in Edmonton, Calgary and Ottawa for 500 customers
First it was Edmonton. on Monday A man in his 20’s ordered 500 coffees
the same thing happened in Calgary 24 hours later, sort of in support of flood relief
today in Ottawa a higher up in the city transit system wanting to show his appreciation for the city staff and he dropped $860 during morning rush to pay for everyone’s coffees and muffins.
The cash lasted for about an hour and left many surprised patrons with a smile to start their day.
Want your Art on the Side of Bus?
Art space is collecting applications from local artists for the designs to be displayed the outside of a Peterborough City bus.
The deadline for submissions is 6 p.m. on Tuesday.
The full-bus wrap will remain on the bus for at least six months.
The local artist selected to design the public art piece will be paid $7,500.
The most sugary soft drink
Coca Cola (Tied for most-caffeinated option, 160 calories, 34.5 mg of caffeine, 42 grams/10 teaspoons of sugar)
A&W Root Beer (170 calories, 43 grams/10.2 teaspoons of sugar)
Sprite (140 calories, 38 grams/9 teaspoons of sugar)
Mountain Dew (Most sugary and tied for most-caffeinated option – 170 calories, 34.5 mg caffeine, 46 grams/11 teaspoons of sugar)
Canada Dry Ginger Ale (Least sugary option – 130 calories, 32 grams/7.6 teaspoons of sugar, no caffeine)
the women’s UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is already one of MMA’s biggest stars
According to Sylvester Stallone, Rousey will be a part of “Expendables 3,”
Cops in Spain are putting the blame and focusing their investigation after a passenger train derailment killed 78 people it’s said to be one of Europe’s worse rail disasters
this video is pretty intense don’t watch is you don’t want to see it
the London School of Economics
reports life satisfaction peaks at 23 and 69, dipping dramatically in your 50s
surveying 23,161 Germans, ages 17 to 85, researchers discovered that people in their early 20s overestimate their future happiness by 10 percent.
After that, disillusionment causes a bottoming-out at around age 55.
By age 68, the average person underestimates their future happiness by 4.5 percent, reducing the disappointment they face.
“People in their fifties could learn from the elderly, who generally feel less regret,”
A federal court judge in Nebraska has ordered cops to return $1 million back to a stripper
after they seized the cash during a traffic stop.
the cash was in $10,000 bundles tied with hair elastics and in plastic bags,
the cops suspect drug trafficking.
Tara Mishra, 33, had been saving the money $1 at a time since she started as an exotic dancer at 18, The money was to start a business so Mishra could end her stripping career.
The cash was in a car because she was on her way to buy into a New Jersey nightclub.
The Peterborough Police have come up with a new way to inform you that you’ve received a noise complaint
even if you’re not home when police arrive. they will now leave a door hanger
The city’s noise bylaw is in effect 24 hours a day. It prohibits making or permitting noise likely to disturb anyone at any time.
no warning is required, and $125 fines can be issued on police’s first visit.
For a second offence, there’s no set fine and offenders must attend court.
City police officers responded to 1,611 noise complaints in 2012 and thus far in 2013 police have responded to 926 noise complaints.