free web tracker

Canada Is Warning Against Travel Out Of The Country Even Though Destinations Are Reopening

Even as destinations around the world reopen, the government doesn’t want you to leave. Travel outside of Canada hasn’t been given the green light just yet. The government is still warning people against going out of the country. Although provinces are reopening and countries are starting to let back in tourists, there …

Read More »

It’s going to feel hotter than 40C for three straight days in Toronto next week

While Toronto has had a brief break from the humidity thanks to Wednesday night’s massive thunderstorm, it looks like the hot and sticky weather is set to return to the city in full force next week. According to The Weather Network’s seven-day forecast, temperatures are expected to rise gradually throughout the weekend …

Read More »

Canada’s New Driving Laws Will Mean Automatic Suspension Of Driver’s Licences For Distracted Driving

Tougher road rules are coming this 2020. Canada is implementing new driving rules that will mean automatic suspension of driver’s licences for convicted distracted drivers. Constable Clint Stibbe of the police in Canada went on 680 NEWS on Monday and confirmed this, saying “the law has been passed” in these provinces: Ontario,Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova …

Read More »

A Canadian Tire Employee Straight Up Stole 67 Barbecues & 64 Air Conditioners

Jay-Z famously sang that you can’t knock the hustle. Apparently, one Canadian Tireemployee took that advice to heart. Unfortunately for him, that meant stealing tons of merchandise, including 67 barbecues. According to a report from TVA News, Nicolas Paquette, a 26-year-old employee working at a Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canadian Tire, managed to steal …

Read More »

Ontario Health Minister slammed for shopping at LCBO while awaiting COVID-19 test results

One of Ontario’s most-powerful government officials is coming under fire today for visiting a liquor store while awaiting the results of her own test for COVID-19. Health Minister Christine Elliott and Premier Doug Ford were both absent from the province’s daily pandemic press conference on Wednesday after learning that Education Minister Stephen Lecce …

Read More »

Justin Trudeau just took a knee at an anti-racism protest in Ottawa

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was spotted taking a knee at a anti-racism protest that took place today at Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Trudeau and Minister Ahmed Hussen were seen among the crowd of protesters that had gathered at the No Peace Until Justice Ottawa march, one of several nation-wide rallies happening in citites around the country today …

Read More »

Scotiabank Arena transforms into huge kitchen to feed 10K meals a day to healthcare workers

If there’s anything good that has come from this pandemic, it’s the acts of kindness and solidarity that have restored all of our faith in humanity. A large portion of these acts as of late have been efforts to help out frontline healthcare workers, who are sacrificing the most right now to …

Read More »

There’s so much demand for flour in Canada right now Robin Hood had to change their packaging

Robin Hood’s flour is getting a major makeover, and it’s even more shocking than some of the quarantine haircuts that are circulating online. The company’s iconic yellow bag has been replaced by a simple, monochrome packaging. “To keep up with the surge in demand, we are temporarily packaging some of our flour …

Read More »

You Can Only Shop 2-Day Grocery Delivery In Costco Starting Today

You don’t even have to leave the house to get your groceries! Are you tired of going out, searching through store shelves and waiting in checkout lines? Well, shopping for everyday essentials just got so much easier. Costco two-day delivery for groceries is now officially available across Canada and you can only …

Read More »

Canada appalled after video shows someone shoving elderly Asian man in Vancouver convenience store

People in Canada were appalled to see a video showing an unidentified suspect shoving an elderly Asian man at a convenience store in East Vancouver on March 13. Vancouver Police recently released a surveillance video of the horrific incident with the hope that the public will be able to help identify …

Read More »