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Health Canada Is Recalling Fresh Sprouts brand And Fresh Bean Sprouts Due To Salmonella

Health Canada announced earlier this week that they are recalling Fresh Sprout International is recalling Fresh Sprouts brand Fresh Bean Sprouts from the marketplace in these provinces:Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and New Brunswickdue to possible Salmonella contamination. Consumers should not consume the recalled product described below. What you should …

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You Can Now Be Fined $1500 For Biking Too Fast In Canada

We’ve heard of some pretty over the top enforcements, but this one is the latest. Canadian Police will now fine bikers $1500 for speeding on pathwayson. Since finding out about this new rule, the Internet is doing what it does best and roasting the city officials and the new regulation.  …

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Ottawa’s Giant Snowflakes Are So Huge They Look Like They’re From Whoville (VIDEOS)

It was a very white-sight outside for Ottawans this morning, as one of the city’s biggest snowstorms of the year covered the capital. With up to 40 cm expected in some areas by this evening, locals are already taking to social media to share photos and videos of the whiteout. …

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Hundreds of collisions reported in Toronto during nasty snow dump

It may look like a winter wonderland around the GTA this morning, but Toronto’s roads and highways are anything but idyllic for drivers. With 11.5 cm of snow already blanketing the city and as much 25 cm expected by tonight, we’re currently in the midst of a rather heavy on-again off-again snow storm. Police are …

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Parts Of Ontario Are Getting Buried By Up To 50 cm Of Snow & It’s Still Falling (VIDEOS)

Winter in Ontario is still going strong, and the snow is coming down across the province. Residents woke up this morning with a fresh layer of the white stuff to clear, and plenty of footage of their morning view. The Ontario storm is still coming down in some places, and it’s not …

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Chinese discount retailer Yoyoso is opening dozens of locations across Canada

Chinese brand YOYOSO is officially coming to Canada — and stores are opening this spring. The beloved discount retailer sells a variety of goods, including pastel-coloured notebooks, faux-leather purses, playful home accessories, and popular Asian snacks such as Chocky Butter. View this post on Instagram Some more of our YOYOSO perfume collection!💓 tag …

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Protesters try to derail and set fire to train rolling through Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory

Early Wednesday, protestors set fire to a freight train passing through Indigenous territory. Ontario Provincial Police say the protestors lit tires on fire after a train moved through Tyendinaga Mohawk territory this morning, forcing a second train to come to a stop. Some more footage of the tire fire on the tracks. …

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Canadians Will Be Fined Up To $3000 Are For Anyone Who Uses 911 To Complain About Amber Alerts

When an Amber Alert was issued on Tuesday morning, many residents clogged up the phone lines as they called into 911 to complain about the alert waking them up in the early hours of the morning. Multiple police stations were forced to release statements reminding residents not to use 911 …

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Health Canada Is Recalling Multiple Brands Of Bread Due To Pieces Of Glass

Health Canada announced earlier this week that they are recalling dozens of bread brands due to pieces of glass. The hazard was identified by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) on February 26th, 2020. The brands included in the recall are Dempster’s, Villaggio, Ben’s Xtra Soft, Sobey’s Compliments brand and Walmart’s Great Value …

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Here’s the spring forecast for 2020 in Canada

Canada’s 2020 spring forecast, released today by the Weather Network, should please all fans of soppy, soaking, wet and wild weather. That’s right; this spring is shaping up to be a messy one across the entire country, with alternating periods of warm and cool temperatures predicted for March, April and May. “Spring …

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