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Canada Is Under A Boil Water Advisory After Dangerous E.coli Bacteria Found In the Water

An E. coli infection can lead to serious illness. Montreal, Alberta, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan tests water on a regular basis to evaluate the quality of the water that the residents use to cook, clean, and drink. Inspectors made the discovery on Saturday following a …

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Pizza Pizza is selling entire pizzas for just $4.20 this Saturday

Something’s getting baked this weekend. And that something is pizza. If you’re feeling the munchies on Saturday, Pizza Pizza will satisfy your hunger with small cheese and pepperoni ‘zas for $4.20, all day long. These pies will be available at Pizza Pizza locations all across Canada, and the deal is …

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Feeding Change brand coconut meat recalled due to Salmonella risk

Feeding Change Canada is recalling their Young Thai Coconut Meat from the marketplace due to possible Salmonella contamination. The following product has been sold in Alberta, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan Calgary, and may have been distributed in other provinces or territories. It should not be consumed. CFIA …

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Toronto ranked 12th most-expensive housing market in the world

CBRE, one of the world’s largest commercial real estate and investment firms, has released its latest Global Living report, which examines the housing markets in 35 global cities. One of the big takeaways is housing prices continued to grow in all but five of the 35 cities analyzed. Additionally, four of …

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Arrives In Canada To Shoot His New “Jumanji” Movie (PHOTO)

Make sure you keep an eye out for him! The Rock has officially landed on Canadian soil, and we are so here for it. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was spotted in Calgary for the “Jumanji” sequel. The actor has a special connection with the city – he was signed by the …

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Temperatures in Toronto expected to soar to almost 20°C this week

Javen/Shutterstock On Saturday, Mother Nature teased Torontonians with some much-need spring-like weather. And while the days to follow have been damp and gloomy, warmer temperatures are on the way, according to The Weather Network. This Thursday, April 18, Torontonians can look forward to sunshine and a high of 19°C. However, there is …

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Paris’ iconic Notre-Dame Cathedral is on fire

@gl0be_trotter / Instagram This post will be updated as more information becomes available.  One of Paris’ most iconic landmarks is currently being engulfed in flames. A fire broke out on April 15 at the Notre-Dame Cathedral on the Île de la Cité, located in the 4th arrondissement. Onlookers have shared images and …

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Adorable puppies are visiting TTC stations throughout the city this week

Image courtesy of Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides Some very friendly and furry faces will be greeting passengers at TTC stations throughout the city this week. The Lions Foundation of Canada will be popping up at TTC stations to promote the upcoming Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides from April 15 through to the …

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Serial killer Bruce McArthur hospitalized following alleged prison assault: reports

Emergency sirens/Shutterstock Convicted serial killer Bruce McArthur has been taken to hospital following an alleged prison assault, according to a report from Global News. According to the report, the alleged assault occurred during the evening of Thursday, April 11 at Millhaven Institution, a maximum security facility located just over 2.5 hours …

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CN Tower struck by lightning during Sunday’s fierce storm (PHOTOS)

Toronto on Top/Instagram A spring thunder and lightning storm made its way into Toronto Sunday evening, with a ferocity that would wake even the deepest sleeper. At the height of the storm, the CN Tower was struck by multiple bolts of lightning, offering spectacular scenery to those in the area. See also …

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