Your lookahead horoscope: October 24
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IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAYYou may need to be a bit pushy over the coming year, because that is the only way you are going to get others to take you seriously. Let the world see you have no intention of being average, that excellence is the least you are aiming for.
ARIES (March 21 - April 20):Go all out to impress people this week – do something so extraordinary and outstanding that your efforts can no longer be ignored. Authority figures are watching you closely and if they like what they see you’ll be on your way to the top very soon.
TAURUS (April 21 - May 21):Put yourself about a bit more over the next few days, because if you stay where you are life could get a bit dull. You don’t need to ask anyone’s permission to come and go as you please, so follow your heart – and don’t forget to move your feet! headtopics.com
GEMINI (May 22 - June 21):A short-term lack of cash must not be allowed to hold you back from taking part in something that appeals to your sense of fun. You’ll find a way to pay your share, so say “yes” to what’s being proposed – and have the time of your life.
CANCER (June 22 - July 23):By all means help a friend in need this week but make sure they are not making things seem worse than they are just to get your sympathy. Because you are such a generous soul, less scrupulous types tend to take advantage of you.
LEO (July 24 - Aug. 23):You of all people know that talk is cheap and it’s action that gets things done, so resist the urge to get into deep conversations with family and friends and use your energy to move things along both at home and at work. Make it a week to remember.
VIRGO (Aug. 24 - Sept. 23):Some people will never reach the kind of exalted standards you set for yourself and the sooner you accept that fact the sooner you can find ways to work round it. Make sure the tasks you give to others are within their range of capabilities. headtopics.com
LIBRA (Sept. 24 - Oct. 23):There is the potential for conflict over the next few days but that does not mean you are fated to fall out with friends and loved ones. It might reduce the friction a bit if you curb your tendency to tell others exactly what you think of them!
SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22):The more you have been held back from doing what it is you are most interested in the more you will delight in doing it this week. This is your time of year and no force on Earth can stop you from moving confidently towards your goal.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21):It might be wise to give a bit more thought to a plan that clearly leaves a lot to chance. Yes, of course, you enjoy being put to the test but the line between success and failure is narrower than you think. Do you really want to risk it?
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 20):Find ways to insulate yourself from all the fussing and fighting that is going on around you. A few minutes each morning spent in quiet contemplation could be the best investment you make, so calm your mind and avoid loud and inharmonious people. headtopics.com
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 - Feb. 19):You have a great deal to smile about at the moment and will find even more reasons to be cheerful if you get out into the world and meet new and interesting people. A more laid-back attitude to life will do you the world of good.
PISCES (Feb. 20 - Mar. 20):While others are struggling to get their act together it will all come easy to you. You’ll be in one of those moods where not even earthquakes and exploding volcanoes can faze you. Do what you can to help less mellow types calm down a bit too.
First Canadian kids under 12 get vaccinated against COVID-19
A group of kids in Toronto became the first Canadians younger than 12 to receive their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The 10 children were vaccinated in advance of the national rollout of vaccine as part of a partnership with Toronto Public Health and the city’s Hospital for Sick Children.
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Roughriders face Stampeders for third straight game, still looking for a winStampeders are the only opponent the Roughriders have seen so far this month as rivals prepare for third October clash
All pressure on Maple Leafs’ stars to take advantage of depleted PenguinsLess than 24 hours removed from a lacklustre loss at home, the Maple Leafs will be staring across the ice at a depleted Penguins roster with no superstars left to shame. lukefoxjukebox on why all the pressure will be on Toronto against Pittsburgh. lukefoxjukebox Leaffs will win this one .Crosby Malkin and Letang are out of the lineup lukefoxjukebox Pens are winning tonight lukefoxjukebox Penguins will win though... causing even more grief for the Leafs
Canadian John Metchie III scores 2 TDs as Alabama crushes Tennessee - Sportsnet.caBryce Young passed for 371 yards and two touchdowns and ran for two more scores, while Canadian John Metchie III caught 11 passes for 121 yards and two majors as No. 4 Alabama rolled to a 52-24 victory Saturday night over traditional rival Tennessee. So great seeing him grow into a major contributor on bama
Roughriders hold off Stampeders to snap skid against CalgaryThe Saskatchewan Roughriders avoided a third consecutive loss to the Stampeders with a 20-17 win Saturday in Calgary. By a quirk of the CFL schedule, Calgary is the only opponent the Roughriders have played so far in October interrupted only by a bye week. That's awesome, what place were they in before they won this game? Ahhh