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You Can Be Fined $3,000 For Texting While Driving In Canada Starting Today

Distracted driving (especially texting and 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. Texting and Driving fines range from $2,500 to $3,000, and some provinces scale them up for subsequent offences. If caught, demerit points  will also …

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Toronto residents question safety of Cherry Beach following chainsaw attack

Two blood-covered, chainsaw-wielding men emerged from the bushes of a popular public park in Toronto on Sunday morning, where witnesses say they screamed at, followed, and even lunged toward strangers while revving their deadly tools. It’s not the kind of thing you see very often in a large Canadian city… or anywhere …

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Two people with chainsaws arrested after large fight at Cherry Beach in Toronto

Two people were injured this morning and two others were arrested after a fight broke out between what police are describing as a “large group of people” near Toronto’s Cherry Beach. Chainsaws were involved. “Encountered two man bleeding, carrying running chainsaws on my morning ride on the trail leading to …

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Canada’s Salmonella Onion Recall Also Includes Salsa & Salads Now

Who would have thought that onions would be something we’d need to worry about this year? During the onion recall in 2020, Canada has had to take several different types of produce off store shelves. Now that also includes prepared foods. An August 7 update from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency lists all …

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The Canada-U.S. border could remain closed until next summer

The border between Canada and the U.S. could remain closed until summer 2021, according to predictions from some experts.  Border restrictions were first introduced on March 21, as the number of COVID-19 cases in both countries began rapidly increasing. While closures are currently in place until Aug. 21, some have suggested that reopening might be pushed back a lot further …

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Lion’s Head in Ontario is like a tropical paradise with sandy beaches and turquoise water

Lion’s Head, located on the Bruce Peninsula just South of Tobermory in Ontario, resembles a tropical paradise because of its calm, clear, turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, and lush parks with countless trails. If you’re itching to get away this summer, you’ll be happy to know that Lion’s Head is less than four hours from Toronto. …

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Canada’s Salmonella Onion Situation Is Growing With Another New Brand Recalled (VIDEO)

You might want to check your onions. With the onion recall of 2020, Canada has added another brand to the list of affected products. The new additions are from the same U.S. grower from the previous recall but are sold under another brand. On August 6, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) updated its …

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Trump just accused Canada of regularly taking advantage of the U.S.

President Donald Trump just slapped Canada with a 10 per cent tariff on aluminum products imported into the United States — and he followed it up with a snide remark aimed at Canadians. Speaking at a campaign speech at a Whirlpool factory in Ohio on Thursday, Trump accused Canada of regularly taking …

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Canada’s last fully intact arctic ice shelf has collapsed

Canada’s last fully intact arctic ice shelf has collapsed, with a good chunk of it dissolving over two days in late July, researchers said on Thursday. The Milne Ice Shelf is located on Ellesmere Island, in the northern Canadian territory of Nunavut; its surface area has recently decreased by almost …

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Canada fires back at Trump and imposes $3.6B in retaliatory tariffs

President Trump slapped Canada with an aluminum tariff on Thursday, but the Canadian federal government is making it clear that they’re not going to take the new 10 per cent tax lying down. Speaking at a press conference on Friday, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland called the U.S. decision “unnecessary, unwarranted and …

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