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Tornado watch in effect for Toronto as severe thunderstorm approaches

A large swath of the Greater Toronto Area has been put under a tornado watch as atmospheric conditions prove favourable for “the development of thunderstorms that could produce tornadoes.” Environment Canada issued the severe weather alert shortly before 5 p.m. for Caledon, Halton Hills, Milton, Mississauga, Brampton and a number of cities …

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The Canada-U.S. border will remain closed until next summer

The border between Canada and the U.S. will remain closed until summer 2021, according to predictions from some experts.  Border restrictions were first introduced on March 21, as the number of COVID-19 cases in both countries began rapidly increasing. While closures are currently in place until Aug. 21, some have suggested that reopening might be pushed back a lot further …

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Canada Will Hit With Life-Threatening -65°C Wind Chills This Winter

By now, Canadians should be used to cold winter weather. However, the season always seems to have more it can throw at you. In particular, Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and New Brunswick are going to get a major blast of extra cold, with the wind chill dropping …

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It Will Officially Be Mandatory For Alberta Students To Wear Masks In School This Fall

The government will be providing two masks for every student. Back-to-school will look a whole lot different for returning students in Alberta. On Tuesday, August 4, Alberta’s Education Minister Adriana LaGrange outlined the Alberta school re-entry plan. She announced that wearing masks in Alberta schools will be mandatory for students between …

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Toronto was hit with a monster rain shaft yesterday and the photos are wild

The August long weekend was wet and wild in Toronto this year, to be certain, but not in the fun, beachy way many people envision the holiday. From overcast drizzles and torrential downpours to full-on tornado sightings, Southern Ontario has seen its fair share of active weather over the past three days. For …

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Multiple Tornadoes & Massive Flooding Wreaked Havoc In Ontario This Weekend (VIDEOS)

Winds reached speeds of up to 150 kilometres an hour. It was a wild weekend across parts of Ontario after intense rainstorms hit. Environment Canada has now confirmed that three tornadoes touched down on Sunday, and made one last appearance again on Monday. The tornadoes in Ontario were travelling at speeds of …

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This Lake In Alberta Has A Hidden Ghost Town Beneath Its Waves (VIDEOS)

Just out of sight. The Prairies are home to tons of hidden treasures, some of which are hiding right under our noses. Even though this lake is super popular and is located in a huge national park, few could ever guess an enormous ghost town lies just beneath the waters. …

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Lake on the Mountain is a legendary place in Ontario with pristine waters

Prince Edward County is arguably one of the best summer spots in Southern Ontario. With countless wineries, breweries, and sandy beaches nearby, it’s heaven for anyone looking to relax and escape the city. Luckily, PEC is only two hours from Toronto and boasts one of Ontario’s natural wonders — Lake on the …

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The Niagara Speedway Track Has Closed After Staff Tested Positive For COVID-19

The employee tested positive on July 20. If you’re looking to experience some Mario Kart-level excitement, you might have to stick to the video games for a while. The popular, multilevel Niagara Speedway has closed after an employee tested positive for COVID-19 last month. The Speedway has now halted operations while self-isolation …

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Canada Is Warning International Students Not To Come Because They Might Not Be Allowed In

Travel restrictions are to blame for this. For some international students, Canada is warning against travelling here for school because they might not be let into the country. Border service agents will be the ones to decide who can and can’t enter. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has said in an …

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