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Canada Post truck rear door caught wide open on Toronto highway

A Canada Post delivery truck was spotted with its rear door wide open on a Toronto highway. A driver posted a photo on Monday, showing the back door of the Canada Post truck completely open, with packages and boxes clearly seen within. The driver captioned their image with, “Bruh that’s …

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Customers Have Emptied The Shelves At Winners & HomeSense Stores In Quebec (PHOTOS)

TJX Canada says it’ll take a while to get back to normal. “Everything is empty! I’ve never seen a store run out of stock like this,” she says of the video above. The same goes for content creator Abela’s Life, who shared her surprise in an Instagram story video. abelaslife …

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Sauble Beach is shutting down because of day-trippers from Toronto

One of Ontario’s most idyllic cottage communities has closed off its 11-kilometre-long freshwater beach to everyone, tourists and residents alike, thanks to rowdy “visitors from the epicenter of Ontario’s COVID hotbed.” Yeah, that refers to Toronto. The Mayor of South Bruce Peninsula, which is home to Ontario’s famous Sauble Beach, announced on …

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The real life Mario Kart style race track in Niagara Falls is about to open for the summer

For all the kids, teens and adults that have grown up with a certain beloved moustached plumber, this one’s for you. Niagara Falls is officially reopening their Mario Kart style race track this summer. While it doesn’t seem like amusement parks will be opening anytime soon, the themed race track at the …

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Alberta just released all the baby names from last year and some are so bizarre

Alberta just released all the baby names from 2019, and Game of Thrones fans will be happy to know that there are at least three baby Daenaryses in the province right now. The province’s yearly baby name list sees dozens of residents take to social media to compare notes on the new releases. Reminiscing …

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Canadian Food Inspection Agency Is Recalling Cauliflower, Red And Green Lettuce Across Canada

The recall is issued to products sold in Ontario,Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,Manitoba Just when we thought that the recalls had finally stopped, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency issues another recall statement.CFIA is recalling cauliflower, red and green lettuce products sold across Canada CFIA is …

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Toronto’s outdoor swimming pools are officially starting to open this week

Following Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s announcement that Toronto can enter Stage 2 of reopening the economy beginning Wednesday, Mayor John Tory says some of the city’s outdoor pools will be opening by the end of the week. Speaking at his daily press briefing Monday, Tory said the provincial decision means the city is free …

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Studio Ghibli movies are finally coming to Netflix Canada this week

Netflix Canada is dropping a ton of Studio Ghibli movies in just 72 hours from now, so grab your movie-watching buddy and prepare to be spirited away on a magical movie experience (pun intended). On Monday, Netflix Canada announced in a tweet that it will release 20 movies from the well-known …

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Trudeau Just Announced A $100 Million Investment Into Plant-Based Food In Canada

Calling all veggie-lovers! Canada’s plant-based food industry just got a big boost from the federal government. On June 22, Justin Trudeau announced an investment of almost $100 million. The cash will go to Merit Functional Foods in Winnipeg, where it will be used to “create good jobs in a fast-growing field.” Speaking …

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Restarting International Travel Too Soon Could Lead To Lockdown Again Says PM

International travel into Canada could still be a long way off. During his daily address on June 22, Trudeau spoke about reopening Canada’s international borders. The prime minister explained that restarting tourism too soon could lead to a COVID-19 “resurgence,” and his main priority is to keep Canadians safe. On June 22, …

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