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Ontario Just Announced Free Admission To All Provincial Parks On Canada Day

This Canada Day, Ontario wants you to celebrate by enjoying its natural wonders for free. The province just announced free admission to Ontario’s provincial parks this July 1 only. “As we celebrate Canada’s 153rd birthday, this is our way of saying thank you to everyone in Ontario who has followed the public …

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Canada Is Officially On Europe’s Latest ‘Safe List’ & Travel Can Resume By July 1

It looks like Canada has made the cut! The European Union has released a list of countries whose citizens can enter Europe amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and Canada is on the “safe list.” This means Canadians will be able visit 31 different European countries, starting as early as July 1. On June …

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Canada To Make It Mandatory To Wear Face Masks Indoors

If you’ve been forgoing a mask in recent days as you get out and enjoy all that Stage 2 of reopening has to offer, Mayor John Tory has some news for you: face coverings will soon be officially mandatory in indoor public spaces. The bylaw will come into effect on July 6 …

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Air Canada Is Shutting Down 30 Domestic Routes In Canada Indefinitely

Travelling within the country could be a little bit more difficult now. Air Canada routes are being shut down across the country and COVID-19 is to blame. With this, 30 domestic flight routes are affected. On June 30, Air Canada announced changes to its regional network within the country. Service on 30 domestic routes …

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BREAKING: Canada Looking To Make Face Masks Mandatory

Canada is looking to implement a temporary bylaw mandating face masks. Violating the face mask rule in Canada could result in fines up to $3,000 and even jail time. “Starting today , people in Canada are required to wear face coverings at essential businesses, in public facilities, on transit, and …

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Investigation launched into Tim Hortons mobile app over privacy concerns

Tim Hortons is under investigation over concerns about how their mobile ordering app collects data on people’s movements. The announcement comes after a recent Financial Post investigation revealed how the app tracks the movements of users, even when they do not have the app open. The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, along with three provincial counterparts, will examine whether Tim Hortons is …

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Canadians can now fly to these 27 countries in Europe starting this week

Good news for anyone thinking about jetting off to Europe. Canada has been chosen as one of 14 safe countries whose citizens will be allowed to visit anywhere within the EU from July 1.  The announcement means that Canadian tourists will be welcome to travel to the following countries: AustriaBelgiumBulgariaCroatiaCyprusCzechoslovakiaDenmarkEstoniaFinlandFranceGermanyGreeceHungaryIrelandItalyLatviaLithuaniaLuxembourgMaltaNetherlandsPolandPortugalRomaniaSlovakiaSloveniaSpainSweden The other non EU countries that have …

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Canada is flattening the curve faster than other countries

Canada is flattening the curve faster than a number of other countries around the world, according to the latest update on Monday from Canadian health officials. Speaking at a press conference, Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam said that Canada is ahead of the United Kingdom and Italy when it comes …

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Ontario Will Be So Hot & Dry This Week That There Is An Elevated Risk Of Wildfires

Water your plants! You might want to give your garden some extra water this week. According to The Weather Network, temperatures are expected to soar throughout the rest of the month. Ontario’s weather forecast is expected to be so dry that there is even an elevated risk of wildfires.  Hey you! Subscribe …

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Canadians Can Be Fined Up To $2,500 For Wearing Earphones While Driving

It may seem harmless to use hands-free earphones while driving, since it’s assumably a  safer way to chat on the road compared to physically holding a cellphone up to one’s ear. However, such isn’t really the case, and there’s a chance that you could be slapped with a pretty hefty fine …

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