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Friday’s eastern Ontario storm leaves one dead in Kingston

Friday’s eastern Ontario storm leaves one dead in Kingston THREE tornadoes confirmed, not just two: New details and uncovering tracks here Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 11:13 AM – A senior City of Kingston employee has died after a tree fell on him during the severe storms that swept through eastern Ontario last …

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9 Reasons Why You Need to Travel Canada

9 Reasons Why You Need to Travel Canada  September 15, 2018 Canada is the second largest country in the world after Russia. It’s beautiful, people are friendly, delicious food, and it’s the perfect country for epic road trips and adventures. If you need a few more reasons why you should take …

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Doug Ford Refuses To Denounce White Nationalist He Posed With At BBQ

Doug Ford Refuses To Denounce White Nationalist He Posed With At BBQ An NDP MPP asked the premier to “unequivocally denounce Faith Goldy.” By Emma Paling Premier Doug Ford poses for a photo with white nationalist Faith Goldy at Ford Fest on Saturday.   Premier Doug Ford refused to denounce …

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Oil prices at highest levels in 4 years after OPEC says it won’t raise output

Oil prices at highest levels in 4 years after OPEC says it won’t raise output OPEC rejects Trump’s request to produce more crude and get prices down Oil prices are at a four-year high, but OPEC says it won’t pump more. That leaves an opportunity for North American producers. (Larry MacDougal/Canadian …

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Ford Says He Won’t Let ‘Kathleen Wynne And Her Cronies’ Walk Away From Spending ‘Scandal’

Ford Says He Won’t Let ‘Kathleen Wynne And Her Cronies’ Walk Away From Spending ‘Scandal’ Ontario Tories are launching a special committee on province’s finances. CHRISTOPHER KATSAROV/CP Finance Minister Vic Fedeli applauds alongside Premier Doug Ford after speaking to members of his caucus in Toronto on Sept. 24, 2018. TORONTO …

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A carb-loving raccoon broke into a woman’s home and ate all of her bread

A carb-loving raccoon broke into a woman’s home and ate all of her bread One raccoon in Toronto took the phrase “never back down” a little too seriously, after it broke into someone’s home and ate all of her bread while staring at the resident. After loud noises roused wedding …

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‘Tribe’ of good Samaritans with electrical power offer food, showers and chargers after tornado blacks out Ottawa

‘Tribe’ of good Samaritans with electrical power offer food, showers and chargers after tornado blacks out Ottawa Courtesy Erin BlaskieErin Blaskie, a resident of Ontario, cooked up a batch of chili to feed those left without power, gas or food in the aftermath of the devastating tornado that hit Canada. …

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Canada Trans Fats Ban Officially Comes Into Force

  Canada Trans Fats Ban Officially Comes Into Force These heart-clogging fats have been used for years in many pastries, snacks and fried foods. NIKOLAY_POPOV VIA GETTY IMAGES OTTAWA — Canada’s ban on the main source of artificial trans fats is now in effect. The ban takes aim at partially …

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PHOTOS: Snow hits the Prairies

PHOTOS: Snow hits the Prairies First Snowfall in Canora, Saskatchewan Saturday, September 22, 2018, 11:21 AM – As of Saturday morning, snowfall warnings were still in effect for parts of Alberta and Saskatchewan after snow started falling in the area Thursday night. September snow records have already been broken in Alberta, …

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Tornado Flips Cars, Damages Houses In Ottawa-Gatineau

Tornado Flips Cars, Damages Houses In Ottawa-Gatineau Thunderstorms are expected to continue. OTTAWA PARAMEDICS OTTAWA — Environment Canada says a tornado touched down in Ottawa and Gatineau, Que., on Friday afternoon as much of southern Ontario saw severe thunderstorms and high wind gusts. Peter Kimbell, a meteorologist with Environment Canada, …

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