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Amber alert issued for 5-year-old girl allegedly abducted by her father

York Regional Police/Twitter York regional police have issued an amber alert for a missing five-year-old girl who authorities say was allegedly abducted by her father. #AmberAlert https://t.co/KjORtOM4KS— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) March 19, 2019 On Tuesday, March 19, around 3 pm, police responded to Armadale Public School located at 11 Coppard Avenue …

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Police looking for 5-year-old girl allegedly abducted by her father

York Regional Police/Twitter ork regional police are looking for a missing five-year-old girl who authorities say was allegedly abducted by her father. On Tuesday, March 19, around 3 pm, police responded to Armadale Public School located at 11 Coppard Avenue in Markham, after school staff called to report that five-year-old …

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Expert warning the loonie could hit its lowest level ever

The fate of the Canadian dollar continues to be discussed: we’ve heard forecasts of the value of the loonie fluctuating from $0.79 USD down to $0.71 USD. Some experts even caution the dollar could dip back to its record low of just $0.62 USD, a mark not reached since early …

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Ontario Mother Killed Her 3-Year-Old Child

An Ontario mother allegedly tested positive for cocaine, alcohol and other drugs after her car was caught up in floodwaters, sending her three-year-old son to his eventual death, a court document suggests. Michelle Hanson had been driving to her home near Waldemar, Ont., during stormy weather. The nearby Grand River …

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32 warm weather records were just broken in BC

This week has already broken dozen of warm weather records in BC — and it’s only Tuesday. The mini March heatwave shattered 32 records for warmest weather across the province yesterday, according to Environment Canada’s records. Here’s a look at the towns and cities that saw historic high temperatures: Abbotsford: …

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New cherry blossom-inspired umbrella art installed in Yaletown (PHOTOS)

There’s a new bloom of umbrellas hovering high over the public plaza next to the Canada Line’s Yaletown-Roundhouse Station. As a tribute to the blooming cherry blossoms, an array of hanging traditional Asian umbrellas in the colours of pink and white were recently installed over Bill Curtis Square by the …

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Parts Of Canada Are Going To Get 32 Warm Weather Next Week

Environment Canada predicts that parts of Canada will reach a high of 32°C next week, which would break a temperature record of 13.9°C set all the way back in 1947. And the good news doesn’t stop there. Here’s a look at the towns and cities that will see historic high …

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Brazil officially drops visa requirements for Canada, US, Australia and Japan

Your dreams of visiting Brazil just got a lot more attainable. In a measure to boost tourism, the government of Brazil has waived visa requirements for citizens of Canada, as well as the USA, Australia, and Japan. The new initiative will come into effect as of June 18, 2019. The visa restrictions were lifted …

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Canada Will Have Coldest April In More Than 100 Years That Will Bring Extreme Cold Weather And Snowfall This April

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. Yes, it’s true.It’s almost …

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Canadians No Longer Need A Visa To Travel To Brazil

Brazil’s government cancels visa requirements for Canadian tourists. But, travelling there may not be safe. Canadians will now be able to travel to Brazil under reduced security conditions. The Brazilian government announced on Monday that it would be scrapping its standard visa requirements for Canadiansin an effort to increase tourism in the …

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