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Ford Is Recalling More Than 62,000 Vehicles In Canada Because Of Brakes Breaking

Check your car! The Ford recall in Canadaaffects more than 62,000 vehicles sold across the country. There’s an issue with a part in the brake system that could increase the risk of a crash. Ford has issued a safety recall for some 2015-2019 Ford Edge and 2016-2019 Lincoln MKX vehicles that were built …

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Half Of Canada Thinks That 2020 Has Been The Worst Year Of Their Lives

It’s been a tough one. It’s hard to imagine a year in recent memory that’s been tougher than this one. That’s apparently how a significant number of Canadians feel. A new Canada poll has 2020 being named the worst year ever by half of the country.  The results come from the most …

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Canada is warning Americans not to cross border in massive float down event

Coast Guards on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border have warned people against participating in the 2020 Float Down, an annual event that sees thousands of people travel down the St. Clair River on tubes and rafts.  The event is scheduled to take place this Sunday, Aug. 16 on the river that separates Sarnia, Ont., from Port …

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Dairy Queen Is Giving Away Free Fries This Month To Help With Canada’s Potato Problem

Has the phrase “free fries” ever not made people excited? The latest company to offer up the delicious side on the house is none other than Dairy Queen Canada. They are doing it in support of Canadian potato farmers. In an email to Narcity, a Dairy Queen spokesperson announced that the …

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West Nile Virus Has Been Found In Ottawa & Public Health Has Advice To Protect Yourself

These pesky pests are a problem. West Nile virus in Ottawa has been found and the city’s public health officials are warning people about it. There are things to do in order to protect yourself from mosquitoes that have the virus. On August 11, Ottawa Public Health announced that the presence of West Nile …

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Starbucks is offering buy-one-get-one free this whole week

To help with your daily coffee breaks, Starbucks Canada has a buy one, get one promo deal for the week and it is easy to get your hands on it. From August 10 to 16, you’re able to get your hands on one of Starbucks signature drinks for you and …

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Canada shocked after man kills doctor with hammer and machete at Alberta clinic

Canadians are reeling after a Red Deer doctor was attacked and killed on Monday inside an examination room at a walk-in clinic in the central Alberta city. Alberta RCMP responded to an assault with an unspecified weapon at Village Mall Walk-In Clinic at 11:10 a.m. on Monday, and later upgraded …

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Ontario reports only 33 new cases of COVID-19

Ontario just experienced one of its best days ever in the fight against COVID-19, with zero deaths and only 33 new cases of the deadly viral illness reported across the province. This represents a relatively minute overall case increase of just 0.1 per cent, and the lowest single-day jump since March when the …

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Doctor’s notes now mandatory in Canada for people not wearing face masks on planes

For Canadians choosing to fly during the coronavirus pandemic, it has been mandatory to wear a face covering while boarding the aircraft and at all times during the flight, except for eating, drinking, and taking medication.  Passengers unable to wear a mask due to medical conditions have been exempt from this …

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You Could Be Fined $171 If You Hang Your Mask On Your Rearview Mirror In Quebec

Who hasn’t seen car fresheners, trinkets, or, in recent months, masks hanging from rearview mirrors? Even though the dangling masks are now a familiar sight on our roads, you could be fined $171 for the practice. Yes — one hundred and seventy-one bucks. Many rules of the road are not well …

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