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Kale Salad Brand Recalled In Canada Due To Listeria Contamination Risk

Check your fridge – your kale salad could be getting recalled right now. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) issued a recall notice this week for Eat Smart’s Sweet Kale Vegetable Salad Bag Kit. The kale recall in Canada  is due to possible Listeria contamination. The recall applies to all areas …

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You Can Be Fined $2500 For Eating While Driving In Canada Starting Today

Drivers could be charged as much as $2000 for a single offence starting today. 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 …

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Cases of coronavirus more than doubled in Canada over the weekend

Confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ontario have more than doubled over the past few days, with eight more people testing positive for the virus this weekend. The total number of 2019 novel coronavirus patients is now listed at 15 as of Monday morning, all of them located in the Greater Toronto Area. Since …

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Ontario’s New Speed Limits On 400-Series Highways Officially Start This Week

Ford’s government has confirmed that a pilot project which will raise speed limits on Ontario’s 400-series highways will launch on Friday , March 6th. The Ontario highway speed change will raise limits from 110 to 130 km/h on select routes. “If you look back on the history of why speed limits …

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Costco stores in Canada are pure chaos as shoppers stock up for coronavirus doomsday

Big stores like Costco are dissolving into chaos as Canadians rush to prepare for coronavirus. On Thursday, Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam urged Canadians to prepare for a possible outbreak of the virus by “keeping extra food and medication on hand, managing childcare arrangements, and preparing alternate arrangements for work.” She reiterated …

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Cineplex Theatres Across Canada Are Screening Movies For Just $2.99 This March Break

March Break is just around the corner, and Cineplex has taken note. The Canadian-based theatre chain is offering some ultra cheap movies while school is out, but the discounts are for everyone. Make the most out of the Cineplex $2.99 movie deal next month, and catch those adorable animations that you didn’t …

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Drivers In Canada Caught Using Their Phones Will Be Fined Up To $3,100 Very Soon

Laws surrounding distracted driving have tightened up substantially in Canada over the past few years. With penalties costing hundreds of dollars, the incentive to keep your eyes on the road while driving is higher than ever. Though, Canadian law enforcement is finding that the number of distracted drivers behind the …

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Immediately Throw Away Your Romaine Lettuce There’s Been An Outbreak Of E. Coli.

There’s been an outbreak of E. coli. Health Canada has just issued a warning to all provinces of Canada to stop consuming romaine lettuce. The reason: an outbreak of E. coli that has produced dozens of cases of illness in the United States and Canada in provinces like : Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, …

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Sable Island in Nova Scotia has more wild horses than people

The horses of Sable Island in Nova Scotia are a national wonder. Sitting far out in the Atlantic Ocean with its crescent-shaped sandbar emerging from the expanse of the sea, the remote Sable Island is one of Canada’s furthest offshore islands. Its narrow sandbar extends over 43 kilometres in length and is only …

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Canada Ranked #1 “Worst Healthcare System” In The World

Sorry, Canada, but our supposedly first-class health care setup doesn’t hold up to international standards.  An analysis  conducted by The New York Times that pitted the health care services of countries against each other in a formal competition found Canada to be a major loser.  The competition featured Canada, Britain, Singapore, Germany, Switzerland, France, …

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