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Video shows woman shouting racist insults at visitors near Wasaga Beach

An incident between a Wasaga woman and a visitor is being investigated by Ontario Provincial Police after a video was shared on social media of the woman shouting racist remarks. In the video, which was screen recorded and shared on Facebook by Isabel Hickey, a man can be seen standing outside his car, which police confirmed …

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Canadians eager to keep border shut after U.S. changes COVID-19 testing rules

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated its testing guidelines this week, and it looks like Americans no longer need to get tested if they’ve been in close contact with someone that has COVID-19. No, really; it’s on the CDC website. Previously, the CDC said that testing was appropriate …

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch In Ontario Could Bring Large Hail & 100km/hr Winds Today

It’s supposed to be a torrential downpour. Stay indoors this afternoon! There’s a severe thunderstorm watch in Ontario and it could bring intense conditions.  Large hail, 100 kilometres an hour winds, and flash flooding could all be in store for areas in the province. Currently, Hamilton, Niagara, Sarnia-Lambton, Windsor-Essex, Huron-Perth, London-Middlesex and …

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Rare corn moon will light up Canadian skies and it only happens every 3 years

A corn moon is set to make 2020 just a little bit better by treating stargazers to a magical experience this September. The stunning full moon only occurs ever three years. Fortunately, Canadians won’t have to wait long to see the rare astronomical event; it’s set to take place on …

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Ontario confirms highest number of new COVID-19 cases in a week

The Ministry of Health is confirming a spike in new cases of COVID-19 today, with 118 new cases reported overnight.  This is the highest increase confirmed since Aug. 20 (131 cases), and it comes after just 88 new cases were reported Wednesday.  Another 77 cases are also now considered to be resolved, and …

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

Canada’s northern regions are going to face the wrath of a polar vortex that will cause wind chills to plummet to as low as -65 C. Yes, -65.  Such temperatures make those regions of Canada colder than Mars, which has an average annual temperature of around -62 C. Via The Weather Network Environment Canada has …

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Ontario beach bans visitors after influx of garbage and urination from out-of-towners

A beach in Ontario is banning visits from non-locals after residents in the area were left “overwhelmed” by some pretty gross behaviour from out-of-town visitors.  With borders closed due to COVID-19, the Niagara region has become one of the most popular destinations for Ontarians choosing to staycation this summer. However, an influx of tourists has taken a toll on some residents who …

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You Could Be Fined Up To $3,500 For Arguing In Your Own Home In Canada

YOU could be committing a crime and see yourself slapped with a hefty fine simply by arguing in your own home due to strict council rules. The rules can be given to anyone above the age of 16. If you do anything which is deemed to be disruptive to your …

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Ontario Just Released A Plan For COVID-19 Outbreaks In Schools

Schools won’t be forced to close if there’s an outbreak. Residents all over the province have recently had their eyes on Ontario’s back-to-school plan. Today, that plan was expanded to include protocols for a potential outbreak within a school. The full plan was just released in a provincial operational guide. “Our schools …

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Canada to spend an additional $2 billion to help provinces safely reopen schools

The Canadian government is lending a helping hand to each province and territory for the safe reopening of schools in September.  On Tuesday, it was confirmed that the federal government will be spending $2 billion in an effort to minimize the challenges created in the classroom by COVID-19. Sources have …

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