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Empty Toilet Paper Shelves Spotted As Canada Braces For The Second Wave

Not again. It’s happening again. As the second wave of COVID-19 knocks on our country’s door there’s a fear that more empty shelves in Canadian stores will follow suit.    Back in March, Canadians were in for a wake-up call when people went into a buying frenzy of unhinged panic shopping. Now, …

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You Can Be Fined $1,500 In Canada If Your Passengers In The Back Seat Is Not Wearing Seatbelt

We’ve heard it many times before, buckle up when you’re in a car, even in the back seat. However, not everyone seems to take this seriously and now in 2020, if you’re still stubborn enough to not follow the law, it’ll cost you $1,500. Such measures are more than necessary …

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You Can Be Fined $1,500 In Canada If Your Passenger Is Talking To You While Driving

Distracted driving causes more deaths in Canada than impaired driving .It’s why every province and territory has laws against driving while operating a cell phone. Believe it or not, using your phone isn’t the most dangerous activity to do while driving. Chatting with your passengers is. It sounds weird, but according to federal …

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Extreme -65°C Weather Is Coming To These Canadian Provinces This Winter

Dangerously cold. The weather in Canada is always little bit crazy , and depending on where you live you’re either about to enjoy a nice warm winter thaw while other parts of the country are under an extreme cold warning.  These warnings are issued when the temperatures are so cold that people …

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Canada’s economy growing twice as fast as U.S. due to better COVID-19 response

Canadians have a lot to be proud of when it comes to our COVID-19 response.  Not only has Canada slowed its daily number of new cases to less than 500, but the economy is also on the mend. In fact, it is growing almost twice as fast as the U.S.’s economy. According to forecasts …

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NHL just postponed all of the playoff games tonight

NHL players spend most of their time on the ice, but they’ve been taking some heat lately after refusing to join a boycott that rocked the sports world on Wednesday evening. NBA teams, MLB teams and even an American sports commentator were among those that boycotted games in response to the police shooting of …

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Ontario’s Ministry of Education asked what an IEP is and people are furious

Ontario’s Ministry of Education has once again disappointed parents, educators and other members of the public — this time by unabashedly asking what an IEP is on Twitter.  An IEP, which stands for Individualized Education Plan, is “a written plan describing the special education program and/or services required by a particular student, …

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Trudeau ranks second among world leaders for popularity gains during COVID

While the WE Charity scandal left Prime Minister Trudeau with slumping approval ratings during the last few months, his handling of the pandemic has impacted public perception — particularly compared to other world leaders. About a month ago, an Angus Reid survey revealed Trudeau’s approval rating had dropped from 55 per cent in May to 44 …

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You Can Hike These Magical Sand Dunes In Saskatchewan And Feel Like You’re In Morocco

Who says you need your passport to have an adventure? With everything that’s been going on this year, it’s normal that we’re a little reluctant to plan any major trips — especially when travelling outside of the country is a huge no-no in 2020. This year, it’s all about staying …

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Map of COVID-19 cases in the U.S. vs Canada shows why border should stay closed

Sometimes you need to see it to believe it; Canada has known for a while that the U.S. is struggling to control the spread of COVID-19, but a new map shows exactly how stark the difference in daily case numbers actually is. A Reddit user recently created a map showing the average daily …

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