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Beef Sold In Walmart May Be Contaminated With E.Coli

Federal health officials are recalling packages of ground beef produced by food giant Cargill due to concerns about E. coli. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Today there have been 86 reported illnesses related to the recalled products, and advised people to throw out or return packages to the store …

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Eye-opening pictures shine light on symptoms of astigmatism

A tweet has been shared more than 22,000 times which claims to compare how people with and without the eye condition astigmatism see the world at night. Astigmatism is a problem with focusing light accurately onto the retina, due to an irregular curvature of the cornea or abnormalities in the …

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‘It’s quite fun’: Meet the man making $150 an hour to rate cannabis

A Toronto man is getting paid $150 an hour to do what he loves: smoke marijuana and rate it. Kyle Merkley is one of eight people on the “cannabis curation committee” at Ahlot, which sells “curated collections” containing different kinds of weed. More than 25,000 applied for the job last …

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Gas prices: $2.10 per litre will be the ‘new normal,’ analyst says

A weekend price hike that brought many gas stations above $1.50 a litre is only the beginning, according to an analyst forecasting pumps to hit $2.10 in the next few weeks. Two of the four refineries that typically supply the Lower Mainland are down for “spring maintenance,” but Gas Buddy’s …

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Canadians Can Be Fined $1000 For Eating While Driving Starting Next Month

Drivers could be charged as much as $1000 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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Trudeau announces $6.2-billion relocation of United Nations headquarters to Toronto

As a middle power, Canada no longer wants to sit on the sidelines, and Toronto’s place as the “centre of the universe” could have a whole new meaning. In an unprecedented show of support for renewed internationalism and multilateralism — rejecting the rising global tide of unilateralism and protectionism — …

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Video Shows Poachers Killing Mama Bear And Her Two Cubs At Point-Blank Range

This article contains graphic images and depictions. A video shared by the Humane Society of the United States shows the brutal killing of a mother bear and her two cubs by two poachers. The poachers, father and son duo Andrew and Owen Renner, have since been apprehended and sentenced for the …

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It’s going to swing almost 20°C in Toronto between today and the weekend

It’s finally going to feel like spring in Toronto thanks to an upcoming temperature swing that will give Torontonians some much-needed relief from the chilly temperatures In fact, it’s going to swing nearly 20°C between now and this weekend. According to The Weather Network, Toronto currently feels like -4°C and temperatures in the …

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Milk and cream products recalled after exposure to cleaning product

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is investgating an outbreak of milk. The products were sold in British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Toronto,Vancouver , and New Brunswick provinces include milk, chocolate milk, buttermilk, coffee cream, and whipping cream. The recall includes one per cent milk, two per cent milk, chocolate milk, homogenized milk, coffee cream, buttermilk …

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This Week Canada is Going To Hit With Life-Threatening -45°C Wind Chills In

April is shaping up to be the coldest month on record in Canada. Record-breaking cold will hit Eastern Canada, including Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal this April. Environment Canada said more than 20 communities in Ontario will experience extreme cold weather than they had ever recorded in April. Both Quebec and Ontario will …

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