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Canadians Can Be Fined Up To $2000 For Flicking Cigarette Ash

Smokers beware! Smokers need to worry about yet another thing that’s coming after them. A man in Canada was ticketed this week for ashing a cigarette outside his car window. After being stopped by local police, the man was fined $2,000. Since there are no ashtrays installed in newly produced vehicles, driving …

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Bars And Restaurants In Canada Are Finally Allowed To Serve Alcohol At 7 AM Starting Next Week

A number of significant changes to regulations under Canada’s Liquor Licence Act took effect last week, including when and how restaurants, bars, and golf courses can sell alcohol. Liquor sales licensees and manufacturers are officially permitted to sell and serve alcohol earlier than ever, every day of the week. Previously, alcohol couldn’t …

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Tim Hortons cancels Roll Up The Rim To Win cups because of coronavirus

Tim Hortons has cancelled the traditional way we play Roll Up The Rim To Win for 2020. This comes just a day after the coffee and donut chain announced they’d stop accepting reusable cups and therefore delay that new part of the contest that was hyped just two weeks ago. Today’s announcement of …

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Gas Prices Are Dropping By Up To 6 Cents Across Canada So Don’t Fill Up Until Sunday

Anyone planning a big road trip this weekend? You might want to hold off on filling up the tank. Canadian gas prices are expected to drop on Sunday. Travellers can save five to six cents per litre depending on where they are. Dan McTeague, also known on Twitter as @GasPriceWizard has shared …

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Alberta’s First Grizzly Bear Just Woke Up From Hibernation, So It’s Officially Spring

Nothing says “spring is here” like the year’s first sighting of a bear in Banff National Park. With winter hibernation coming to an end, Banff and Lake Louise Tourism says the first grizzly of 2020 has been spotted. And apparently it’s the earliest one of the animals that has emerged from …

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Toilet Paper Apocalypse Is Happening At Costco As Canadians Stock Up For COVID-19 (PHOTOS)

The spread of coronavirus has people worried. They’ve started stocking up on essential items, with one, in particular, going faster than anything else. Costco’s toilet paper in Canada is flying off the shelves, leaving some areas with low stock. Canadian Costco locations have already started to run out of other essential items, including canned …

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Over 200 Million Great Value Eggs Recalled In Canada For Salmonella Concerns; Sold At Walmart

More than 200 million eggs, some sold at Walmart stores, have been recalled due to salmonella concerns. According to the Canadian Food Agency, 22 people have been sickened by the eggs. The problems were traced in these provinces: Ontario, Prince Edward Island,Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British …

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IKEA Is Recalling One Of Its Popular Dressers Because It’s Not Safe Enough Anymore

When you buy a big piece of furniture, do you anchor it to the wall? One retailer in Canada thinks you should and is withdrawing one of its products for related reasons. The IKEA Canada recall for a popular three-drawer dresser is because it doesn’t meet safety standards anymore. A new ASTM …

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Canada To Provide Free Therapy For People With Anxiety Or Depression

Canadians will soon be able to get free therapy for anxiety and depression in provinces like : Ontario, Prince Edward Island,Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,Manitoba,Nunavut,Northwest through a program called Mindability, the health minister announced Tuesday. “Through this groundbreaking program, an individual will receive an assessment …

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