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Environment Canada Is Now Warning Against All Travel On These Provinces As Roads Become “Extremely Hazardous”

The Weather Network has announced that we are on track for a snowy winter and it’s going to be a cold one. A majority of Ontario and Quebec, including Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, British Columbia, Alberta, Ottawa are expected to receive below normal temperatures for the rest of winter season.  Toronto  Extreme …

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This morning’s sunrise makes the cold (almost) worth it (PHOTOS)

Today is one of those days when waking up early is actually worth it. For those who refrained from hitting the snooze button this morning, they were greeted with the view of a beautiful sunrise. But in case you slept in today, a few of those early risers took some …

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Someone posted a year’s worth of Toronto dash cam footage (VIDEO)

We all know how wild driving in Toronto can be. From traffic jams caused by someone needing a caffeine-fix to curb-driving to get revenge, the sights to be seen on this city’s streets are incomparable. And now, someone has shared a cumulative video that shows just how mind-blowing it’s been to travel in …

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Health Officials Are Warning Of A Potential Highly Contagious Measles Outbreak In The Toronto Area

Health officials are issuing a warning after a case of adult measles was confirmed in Burlington. “With a case of confirmed measles in our community, it’s imperative that residents protect themselves and their community against the increasing risk of infection by ensuring their measles immunization is up to date,” Dr. …

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Justin Trudeau’s Current Approval Ratings Are In And Here’s Which Province Hates Him The Most

A lot has changed in three years. The wave of popularity Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rode to a majority government in 2015 seems to be at its lowest point yet, a new poll suggests. Trudeau’s approval rating among Canadians is now at its lowest level since he was elected, according to the …

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Environment Canada forecasting flurries on Christmas day for Toronto

It may not be a massive snowfall, but there is a chance for some white stuff falling from the sky on Christmas Day in Toronto. According to Environment Canada, there is a chance of flurries on December 25. So while it’s not the required 2 cm of snow to technically …

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Toronto is getting Ontario’s longest unbroken stretch of free public WiFi

Queen Street West is about to get free WiFi. The Queen Street West BIA says it is meeting the growing demands of visitors and businesses, and will extend free WiFi from Simcoe Street to Bathurst Street (approximately 1.5 km), making the longest unbroken stretch of free public WiFi in Ontario. …

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Woman arrested after kids found home alone watching ‘Home Alone’

Police in Indiana say two young boys were found watching Home Alone early this week while actually being left home alone while their mom was at work. According to the Muncie Star Press, police received an anonymous call about the seven-year-old and four-year-old brothers being left alone in a home on Tuesday. When …

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‘Love your kids like there’s no tomorrow:’ couple’s message after losing all 3 in crash

For 23 years, Frank and Barb Badger haven’t eaten at their kitchen table. It’s simply too difficult, the silence too deafening for the pair after they went from a happy, healthy, lively household with three children, to none. “I didn’t know the creator wasn’t only going to take one, but …

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Canadians Will Actually Pay Less For Meat And Seafood From Grocery Stores In 2019

Canadians can expect to pay more for their veggies in 2019, but they’ll be forking over fewer dollars at the meat and fish counters. That’s one of the takeaways from Canada’s Food Price Report for 2019. The report was released Tuesday and forecasts what Canadians are likely to pay for …

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