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A Toronto Hospital Has 0 COVID-19 Patients In The ICU For The First Time In Months

One Toronto hospital was celebrating this weekend. On July 3, Humber River Hospital announced that they had no COVID-19 patients in the ICU for the first time in months.  In a tweet, the medical centre revealed that they haven’t seen numbers this low since March 14.  Wow!!! Today is the first day …

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It’s going to feel above 40 C in Toronto for three straight days this week

If you thought last week was too hot in Toronto, just you wait until you see what’s in store for this one. Environment and Climate Change Canada has has extended its Heat Warning, as there will be no break from high temperatures this week with three days straight feeling above 40 C.  ☀️ Extended #HeatWarning Update …

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Toronto’s New Speed Cameras Are Officially Giving Out Tickets Starting Today

Make sure to check your speedometers, Torontonians. Starting on Monday, July 6 Toronto’s speed cameras will be active throughout the city.  As part of the Vision Zero project, 50 cameras have been installed across the 6ix to help reduce accidents on roadways.   Automated Speed Enforcement tickets will be issued to owners of …

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You Can Be Fined $1,500 If Your Passager Is Using A Mobile Phone, Starting Next Week

Distracted 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. “Tell your passengers to stay off their phones while you are driving. You can get fined in Canada 1,500 even if your passager is using mobile phone, …

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Shoppers are waiting hours to get into stores at Vaughan Mills

Vaughan Mills is among the malls that go the go ahead to reopen to the public on June 19 as York region moved into Stage 2, while Toronto was still left waiting haircut-, patio- and mall-less back in Stage 1 along with Windsor-Essex and Peel. But even after malls like the Eaton Centre and Sherway Gardens were finally …

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Canadians Can Be Fined $1,500 If Their Passager Is Using A Mobile Phone

Distracted 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. “Tell your passengers to stay off their phones while you are driving. You can get fined in Canada 1,500 even if your passenger is using mobile phone, …

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Frozen berry mix sold at Costco recalled over hepatitis A contamination

CFIA says recall spurred by investigation into foodborne illness outbreak The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall for a frozen berry mix sold exclusively at Costco due to possible hepatitis A contamination. The federal agency is recalling 1.5kg bags of Nature’s Touch Organic Cherry Berry Blend. The bags …

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Here’s what you need to know about the mandatory face mask policy in Canada

Mandatory masks are coming to Canada  as everyone will soon be required to wear face masks in any indoor public space. And now, Canada  has released further details for anyone who has questions about its new bylaw, which will be enacted on July 7. Where will you need to wear a mask? The onus of the new …

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Toronto hospital has no COVID-19 patients in intensive care for the first time since March

While the northwest end of Toronto has been feeling the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is light at the end of the tunnel. Humber River Hospital announced that their intensive care unit (ICU) is now COVID patient-free as of July 3.  Wow!!! Today is the first day since Mar 14th that …

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Two Americans Have Been Fined After Coming Into Canada & Failing To Quarantine

If you’re travelling to another region, follow their COVID-19 rules and restrictions. That’s a lesson one American couple in Canadalearned the hard way, after getting hit with a $1,000 fine when they failed to quarantine. The duo made several stops in Ontario, despite being asked to remain isolated for 14 days. …

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