The big news in the Google Ontario budget today (Saturday, August 2, 2014) was that terrible crash of a car into the doors of a Costco in London, Ontario. It hit six and had led to the death of at least two. But that top tale as posted by Google is a Canadian Press story in the Vancouver Sun dated today which is actually more than a week old. It has happened before from time to time and no one seems to know exactly why. It is especially alarming that the story in the Sun is dated today. Strange News, strange Google, strange CP.
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