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Toronto coronavirus patient rode the TTC for three days before diagnosis

Toronto Public Health has announced that a man in his 40’s who just tested positive for the 2019 novel coronavirus had visited multiple TTC stations and boarded several public transit vehicles earlier this week. The man, one of four new COVID-19 patientsconfirmed in Ontario Friday morning, returned to Toronto from Las Vegas, Nevada on February …

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Ontario confirms new positive case of COVID-19, patient travelled to Las Vegas

The Ontario Ministry of Health confirmed one more positive case of coronavirus in the province on Friday morning. Hayley Chazan, a spokesperson from the ministry, said the patient had a recent travel history to Las Vegas. The news comes directly after two new caseswere confirmed by the province on Thursday. One …

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Gas Prices Across Canada Expected To Increase By 30 Cents Per Litre By Summer

If you thought gas prices in Canada were already expensive, well, unfortunately, it’s about to get even worse. Get ready for a wildly expensive time at the gas stations this summer. Gas prices in Canada are expected to increase by 30 cents per litre by summer 2020- as if they weren’t …

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The economy in Canada is officially taking a hit from coronavirus

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has confirmed that the impact of the global spread of the novel coronavirus has extended to the Canadian economy — which is already reeling from the ongoing transportation blockades in support of Wet’suwet’en. Trudeau announced at a press conference today that the country is seeing reduced tourism as people …

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Canadian Police Can Fine You Now $2000 For Wearing Headphones While Walking On Crosswalk

A recent important case has prompted a major reminder that you can be fined for wearing earphones while you’re walking on crosswalk. The Canadian Police can issue a fine $2,000 for anyone who wear headphones while walking on crosswalk. Today on March 5th, a Canadian women was found guilty for …

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The zipline at Niagara Falls is about to open for the season

Clear your weekend schedule, because Niagara Falls’ popular zipline is about to officially open for the season. This year, WildPlay Element Parks has set up four epic ziplines that will let you soar over one of Canada’s most iconic tourist attractions. Riders are treated to unbeatable, panoramic viewsas they dangle 67 metres in the …

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102 cases of coronavirus under investigation in Ontario

The government of Ontario says that 102 possible cases of coronavirus are under investigation in the province. Additionally, the province said that the total number of patients approved for the testing to date is 1,338, with 1,216 confirmed as negative cases. According to Dr. David Williams, Chief Medical Officer of …

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Daylight savings time in Canada is this weekend and people are already complaining

It’s that time of year again: on Sunday, Canadians will set their clocks to “spring forward” an hour for Daylight Savings Time. Night owls can look forward to an extra hour of light in the evening — but with the drawback of more darkness in the morning. The time-change tradition is observed …

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Health Canada Warning: Salmonella Outbreak, leaves 83 sick, sends 38 to hospital

Health officials are investigating an outbreak of salmonella in ten provinces that has sickened 83 people, including 38 who have been hospitalized. The Public Health Agency of Canada said Friday there are laboratory-confirmed cases in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, and Saskatchewan. …

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Canada’s New Driving Laws Will Mean Automatic Suspension Of Driver’s Licences For Distracted Driving

Canada is implementing new driving rules that will mean automatic suspension of driver’s licences for convicted distracted drivers. Moving forward, distracted drivers will receive a licence suspension as well as a substantial fine. The suspension period and fine amount will vary depending on the number of subsequent offences: First offence: 3 …

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