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Montreal’s Museum of Fine Arts is offering FREE admission during the holidays

Montreal’s Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) is getting into the spirit of giving by allowing free access to the general public to its permanent collections and discovery exhibitions. The deal is part of the museum’s Miracle at the Museum promotion and it kicks off this Saturday, December 22 and runs every day until Sunday, January 6. …

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The Weather Network expects January to be colder than normal across southern Ontario

While it feels like Toronto has barely seen any snow, or typical frigid winter weather, expect things to get cooler in January. According to the Weather Network, while there is still some uncertainty as to when the colder pattern locks into place, January is expected to be colder than normal across …

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The Weather Network expects January to be colder than normal across southern Ontario

ashtontekno/Instagram While it feels like Toronto has barely seen any snow, or typical frigid winter weather, expect things to get cooler in January. According to the Weather Network, while there is still some uncertainty as to when the colder pattern locks into place, January is expected to be colder than normal …

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Airlines could soon have to compensate passengers for delayed flights, lost bags

Canadian air passengers could soon be compensated for delays and lost luggage. Minister of Transport Marc Garneau announced on Monday that the Government of Canada is one step closer to providing new air passenger protection rights for Canadians. The Transportation Modernization Act amended the Canada Transportation Act to give the …

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Feds forcing major telecom companies to offer cheaper mobile data plans

Canadians will finally see cheaper pricing on data-plans for their wireless devices. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced today that there will soon be more affordable options for mobile wireless services. Canada’s major wireless providers, including Bell, Rogers and Telus, have committed to offering new lower-cost data-only mobile …

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These are the most festively named places in Canada

‘Tis the season for hot chocolate, eggnog, and learning festive facts about Canada. Our vast land has many different towns and cities, all with very different names. In fact, Canada has about 350,000 official place names, according to the Canadian Encyclopedia. “These include names of populated places, water bodies (e.g. …

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An Ontario Cop Ignored A Plea To Save A Teen From Hanging Himself And Instead Drove Away But Will Face No Charges

The verdict is shocking many Ontarians. Ontarians are outraged to find out that a Toronto police officer who opted to drive away instead of responding to pleas to help a teenager who was preparing to hang himself has been acquitted.  In its ruling this week, Ontario’s top court sided with …

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Help is just a phone-call away if you’re feeling down during the holidays

The holidays are not always the happiest time for everyone. Family issues, anxiety, depression, and substance abuse creep up during this time of year but there is a way to get the support you need. Fraser Health’s crisis line is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to …

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Warning :5 hospitalized and 1 dead after Salmonella outbreak in Canada

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Health Canada are investigating an outbreak of Salmonella infections in several provinces including British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, and New Brunswick. As of December 21, 2018, there are 22 confirmed cases of Salmonella leaving five individuals hospitalized and one individual dead. The individuals became sick between April 2017 and mid-November 2018 and based on the …

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