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More flurries in the forecast for Toronto this week

@Toronto_nian/Twitter Just when you thought it was time to hang up your parka for the year and head to the nearest patio, Mother Nature has decided she has other plans in store for Toronto. In fact, both Environment Canada and The Weather Network are predicting the possibility of flurries to show up in Toronto Tuesday …

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Ford government changing Ontario’s licence plate slogan to ‘A Place to Grow’

Ontario plate/Shutterstock Ontario will no longer be ‘yours to discover.’ At least, not on its licence plates. According to multiple reports, the Ford government will be announcing the new plates during Thursday’s 2019 Budget. And the new slogan will reportedly be “A Place to Grow” on licence plates of Ontario drivers. Commercial plates …

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More flurries in the forecast for Toronto this week

Just when you thought it was time to hang up your parka for the year and head to the nearest patio, Mother Nature has decided she has other plans in store for Toronto. In fact, both Environment Canada and The Weather Network are predicting the possibility of flurries to show up in Toronto Tuesday evening …

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Police looking for woman involved in multiple alleged hospital thefts in Toronto

Toronto Police The Toronto Police have requested the public’s assistance identifying a woman who is wanted in connection to a theft investigation. On Thursday, April 4, just after 6:30 am, an unknown woman entered the employee locker area of North York General Hospital. Police say the woman removed several items of property, including …

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These are the 20 best hospitals in Canada: report

Shutterstock Of all the industries and rankings for your city, nothing should more well-respected and significant than healthcare. Not enough emphasis can be put on the outstanding significance of hospitals. Recognizing this, Newsweek has partnered with Statista Inc., a global market research and consumer data company, to develop a ranking of Canada’s …

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Canada’s New Impaired Driving Laws — Here’s What To Know

The new laws will give police officers the authority to demand breathalyzer tests from any driver they pull over. Previously, officers could only test drivers if they had a reasonable suspicion the person was impaired. Any driver who refuses to take the test can be charged. Such measures are more …

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63 people sickened so far as salmonella outbreak hits 6 provinces

Shutterstock Canadian health officials are warning the public about a salmonella outbreak that has affected dozens of people in multiple provinces. So far, 63 illnesses have been reported in six provinces: BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec. The ages of the people affected range from one to 87, according …

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6 puppies found dead on Southern Ontario property near Toronto

OPP / Shutterstock Ontario Provincial Police are appealing for public assistance in the investigation of a gruesome discovery made this morning in Simcoe, Ontario. Reportedly, around 9:30 am, a woman was walking her dog when she accidentally trespassed onto private property and found six dead puppies. Police say that the …

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Warm weather needed for next stage of development for High Park cherry blossoms

AnjelikaGr/Shutterstock A much-needed dose of sunshine and warm weather is needed for the High Park cherry blossoms to reach the next stage of development. But thankfully double-digits are on the forecast this weekend and a high of 14°C for this Saturday followed by 11°C on Sunday. According to Sakura in High Park’s latest …

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Tim Hortons Mini Egg doughnuts are popping up across Canada

Everyone knows that the greatest thing about spring is Mini Eggs. You can’t even try to argue (don’t try). Even Tim Hortons agrees — which is why the Canadian institution just launched a Mini-Egg-topped donut, just in time for Easter. The donut, with the classic vanilla base that you know and …

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