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Parts Of Ontario Expect To See Up To 20 Cm Of Snow This Friday

Northern Ontario can expect to see 20cm of snow, while southern Ontario will see thunderstorms and strong winds. Just as we thought we would be able to enjoy some warm weather, Mother Nature has decided to hit us again with another storm. Most of Ontario will be a wintery or wet mess …

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Gas prices across Canada are about to increase again

Gas prices in Canada are about to surge in the next few days as a result of the impending change to summer gasoline. Motorists in Ontario, Quebec, Newfoundland and the Maritimes will be hit the hardest, according to GasBuddy. As a result of the change-over, motorists will likely see a 8 …

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Parts Of Canada Are Going To Hit With -25°C Wind Chills In Starting Next Week

Man Wearing Shorts in Snow Canada’s northern regions are going to face the wrath of a polar vortex that will cause wind chills to plummet to as low as -25C. Yes, we are in spring and Canada will hit next week with -25C. In fact, winter will hang on in many locations …

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A Man Has Fallen Into An Elevator Shaft In Toronto And Is At Risk Of Being Crushed

Police, fire, and paramedics are now responding to the situation. In a horrifying report this morning, Toronto Police are responding to a person stuck in an elevator shaft and at risk of being crushed. In a tweet this morning, Toronto Police reveal that they have been called to a building …

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Edmonton Pride Parade cancelled due to ‘current political and social environment’

The 2019 Edmonton Pride Parade Festival has officially been cancelled. Organizers issued a release on Wednesday, April 10, stating that the group’s board of directors voted to cancel the colourful event, as it was believed that the parade could not be a success given “the current political and social environment.” The Edmonton …

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The Weather Network: ‘Consistent warmth’ is unlikely until May

Just when you thought it might start to feel like spring, think again, as eastern Canada is going to continue experiencing winter-like weather for a few more weeks. “A dominant jet stream pattern will keep much of the country from settling into any sort of pleasant, consistent warm conditions right …

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Toronto’s massive shipping container market officially lifts its lid

Farrell Tremblay / stackt They can’t keep it contained any longer. It’s official: stackt market has opened its doors. And once you see what’s going on inside, you’ll have a whole new understanding of “thinking outside the box.” The experiential market covers 100,000-sq-ft of land located on the previously vacant lot at …

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Canadian man fined $1500 for found guilty of distracted driving despite phone’s dead battery

His phone’s battery was dead and the device was stored in a cubby hole in the dashboard, but a BC man has still been found guilty of distracted driving, a judge ruled this week. In her decision, Justice Elaine Adair noted that despite the phone’s dead battery, the man, Patrick Henry Grzelak, …

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Canadians Can Be Fined $2000 For Eating While Driving Starting May 10th

Drivers could be charged as much as $2000 for a single offence. Canada is cracking down on its distracted driving problem with the rollout of stricter laws that impose harsher penalties and heftier fines on guilty offenders. Such measures are more than necessary now, as distracted driving has claimed more lives …

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BC’s education minister welcomes Ontario teachers facing job cuts

BC is opening its doors to Ontario teachers facing job cuts. Provincial Education Minister Rob Flemming told Daily Hive British Columbia is welcoming out-of-province teachers right now with open arms, as the province is in the midst of a hiring spree. “Anyone from Ontario who finds themselves looking at a …

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