free web tracker

News

Health Canada issues recall for several more hand sanitizers

Health Canada has recalled several health sanitizers, in addition to those previously pulled from shelves, as they may pose risks to health. Canadians are advised to stop using the below sanitizers, which contain technical-grade ethanol, are not compliant with federal regulations, and may pose health risks: Health Canada Individuals are asked to follow …

Read More »

Alberta man saves huge eagle from drowning and it was all caught on video

Talk about an unexpected catch; an Alberta resident fished a young, gigantic eagle out of the water while boating near his cabin in Invermere, B.C. over the weekend. On July 4, Brett Bacon and his family were out for a boat ride when they saw the giant bird struggling in …

Read More »

Map of COVID-19 hot spots in U.S. vs Canada proves border should stay closed a lot longer

When it comes to COVID-19, there’s a big difference between Canada vs. the U.S.; while Canada celebrates making progress on flattening the curve, we can only watch helplessly as our southern neighbours struggle to do the same. Canada’s daily case numbers have been dropping steadily since April, and on Friday, our country …

Read More »

Canadian Amy Cooper has been charged over racist incident

Amy Cooper, the white Canadian woman who was filmed calling the police on a Black man in Central Park in May, has been charged with filing a false report. The Manhattan District Attorney issued a statement on Monday saying that Cooper is facing charges of filing a false report, a misdemeanor offence that could potentially land her up to a year in jail. Amy …

Read More »

Ontario sees 0 new COVID-19 deaths for the first time in over three months

For the first time since Ontario started reporting significant COVID-19 numbers back in late March, public health units provincewide have documentd zero new deaths from the infectious disease over the past 24 hours. This comes as case numbers in the province are trending downward, with 154 new patients today, the seventh day …

Read More »

Ottawa Just Made Face Masks Mandatory In All Indoor Public Places

Don’t forget your masks, Ottawa! After “seriously exploring” the idea of making face coverings a requirement, the City’s medical officer of health has confirmed that face masks will be mandatory in Ottawa’s indoor public spaces. It’s part of a regional approach across Ottawa and eastern Ontario. Speaking to reporters last week, …

Read More »

Ontario Actually Has Tons Of Private Islands For Sale For As Low As $260,000

Live the island life! Paradise is calling! If you’ve ever dreamed about relocating to your very own private oasis, then this one’s for you. As it turns out, there are a bunch of Ontario private islands for sale and they’re a lot cheaper than you might think.  From the gorgeous Georgian Bay …

Read More »

REMINDER: Toronto’s mandatory face mask bylaw starts tomorrow

Torontonians will be required to wear a mask or facial covering inside all enclosed public places starting Tuesday, July 7. Last week, Toronto City Council voted unanimously to make this a requirement to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Eileen de Villa recommended to …

Read More »

Ontario Has 0 New COVID-19 Deaths For The First Time Since March

A big milestone for the province! Ontario’s July 6 COVID-19 update offered a notable milestone which suggests things are heading in the right direction. For the first time since the end of March, the province has no new COVID-19 deaths in Ontario. IT’S THE FIRST TIME SINCE MARCH THAT THE PROVINCE …

Read More »

BREAKING:No new deaths reported as Ontario’s coronavirus cases remain under 200

The Province of Ontario confirmed there are 154 new COVID-19 cases on Monday morning, and reported no new deaths from the illness. The numbers are slightly more than Sunday’s 138. Friday, June 26, saw the lowest new cases at 111 in over three months. According to Health Minister Christine Elliot, locally 29 of …

Read More »