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No significant snowfall expected in Toronto before 2019

If you were dreaming of a white Christmas this year, you may want to consider spending the holidays in Blue Mountain. If you were dreaming of a white Christmas this year, you may want to consider spending the holidays in Blue Mountain. Milder Pacific air is going to push across Canada from …

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Canada’s 2019 winter weather Has Been Revealed

For most of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and westernmost Ontario, temperatures will average much below seasonal norms. The coldest temperatures are expected during January 2019, when -45°C, or even -50°C, may be possible. So bundle up! Ontario & Quebec Ontario will experience unusal freezing temperatures at the start of next year.Ontario  …

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A Toronto Man Terrorized Commuters By Swinging An Axe On The Subway This Morning

Commuters in Toronto often have huge headaches during their travels, between late buses, subway closures and streetcar diversions. But commuters this morning had a very different experience, as they were stuck on a train with a man wielding what’s been described by witnesses as a large axe. Shoutout to the …

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You Will Be Able To Shop Online Now In Dollarama Canada

Everyone will be able to buy on the new site, but it is primarily aimed at small businesses, the housekeeping sector, schools, health facilities, caterers and restaurants. The goods may also interest those who organize events (weddings, parties).  In case you are really lazy, now you can order online from the …

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This Canadian waterfall has frozen into an incredible winter wonderland (PHOTOS)

As one of Banff National Park’s most accessible areas, it’s no surprise that Johnston Canyon is popular with locals and tourists alike. While the cascading waters and lush greenery surrounding the area is a beautiful sight, there’s just something special about the canyon during the wintertime, when the waters freeze …

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Regular service resumes on Expo Line after tunnel flooding

TransLink provided an update late this afternoon at approximately 4:30 pm that regular service on the Expo Line is now resuming. Columbia Station has also reopened. The flooded section of tunnel at Columbia Station has been cleared of water using pumps. The service disruptions began shortly after 2 pm, due to …

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Ryan Reynolds to narrate new IMAX documentary on BC’s Great Bear Rainforest (VIDEO)

Vancouver’s very own Ryan Reynolds will be narrating Great Bear Rainforest, an upcoming IMAX documentary on the namesake rainforest on the central coast of British Columbia. The film by Spirit Bear Entertainment brings a Planet Earth-like production quality to showcase to global audiences the wildlife-rich world of the Great Bear Rainforest. It is also …

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The most Canadian car thief ever returns stolen vehicle with full tank of gas

What began as a report of a stolen vehicle turned out to be a misunderstanding, with a very Canadian resolution. Carjackings usually don’t end with the alleged thief returning the vehicle with a full tank of gas — but that’s exactly what happened in Nova Scotia this past weekend. According …

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Michelle Obama is coming to 4 Canadian Cities

Michelle Obama will appear in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Edmonton… Michelle Obama will be speaking in four Canadian cities next year, as part of her Becoming book tour being extended into 2019. “I’m having so much fun with all of you on my #IAmBecoming tour that I decided to do one final round …

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Canadian Radio Stations Are Lifting The Ban On “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” from their holiday playlists

Less than a week after several Canadian media companies removed “Baby It’s Cold Outside” from holiday airplay, CBC music has made the decision to reintroduce it. “As you know, last week we decided to press pause to consider the different points of view on playing ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside.’ Because …

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