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Ellen DeGeneres is coming to Toronto for a Q&A session this March

edbyellen/instagram One of televisions most exciting talk-show hosts is coming to Toronto for a Q&A session. Ellen DeGeneres, host of The Ellen DeGeneres Show and voice of Finding Nemo‘s Dory, is bringing her smiling, dancing, pranking, and fun-loving personality to Scotiabank Arena for two shows titled, A Conversation With Ellen DeGeneres.  Known for her quick …

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City of Toronto issues Extreme Cold Weather Alert until further notice

bryanlimy/Instagram The City of Toronto has issued an Extreme Cold Weather Alert for the city that will be in effect until further notice. According to the city, “Extreme Cold Weather Alerts” are issued when the temperature is forecast to reach -15 degrees Celsius or colder, or when the wind chill …

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It’s Not Over Yet: Canada To Get A Blast Of Wintery Weather For Two More Months

Environment Canada has issued several weather alerts across the country until April. Not the best news to accompany the start of spring — Environment Canada says the rest of Canada will be plagued with more wintery weather for at least two more months. The agency has issued several weather warnings for the bulk of …

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Canada’s Wonderland completes construction of new record-breaking roller coaster (PHOTOS)

Things are getting higher and faster at Canada’s Wonderland. The giant Ontario theme park completed the construction of its latest ride, set to open this May. The park’s skyline will be changing with the new Yukon Striker, known as the longest, fastest, and tallest dive roller coaster in the world. …

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Canada Is One Of The Coldest Places In The World Right Now And Is Just As Cold As Antarctica

Canada is one of the coldest places in the world and one city is almost as cold as Antarctica. When it comes to extreme winter weather, Canada is taking the top prize. Right now, Canada is one of the coldest places in the world. It’s so cold that one city is almost …

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Starbucks Canada will soon donate all of its unsold food

Starbucks Canada has announced that is plans to donate all unsold food products. The coffee giant’s new program, Starbucks FoodShare will partner with Second Harvest — the largest food rescue organization in Canada — to donate chilled and perishable food products to those in need. Starbucks previously donated unsold pastries and baked …

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Icefest is taking over Bloor-Yorkville this weekend

This weekend marks the return of Toronto’s 14th annual Icefest in Yorkville. Toronto’s historic Yorkville neighbourhood will be transformed into a showcase of delicate, stunning ice sculptures using over 70,000 lbs of crystal clear ice this Saturday and Sunday. This year’s theme is Hollywood North, turning Yorkville into a magical display of magnificent sculptures inspired …

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Wind gusts up to 90 km/h could hit Montreal today

Montreal’s smorgasbord of winter weather continues into the final day of the workweek as Environment Canada’s wind warning remains in effect today. Having already dealt with a blend of cold, ice, snow and rain this week, 90 km/h wind gusts top off a week in Montreal that’s seen it all, weather-wise. The …

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City of Toronto issues Extreme Cold Weather Alert today

Besides Environment Canada’s special weather statement regarding the winds, the City of Toronto has issued an Extreme Cold Weather Alert for the city that will be in effect until further notice. According to the city, “Extreme Cold Weather Alerts” are issued when the temperature is forecast to reach -15 degrees Celsius or colder, …

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The Weather Network Warns Extreme Cold Weather Will Return To Ontario And The Prairies This February

The second wave of winter is coming. A new report from The Weather Network predicts the return of the extreme cold weather that hit Canada last month, with multiple winter storms accompanying the double-digit negative temperatures. “This is another week of our changeable weather pattern before an impressive pattern change evolves next week, …

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