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Niagara Falls boat tour shows how Canada and the U.S. have such a different approach to COVID-19

The Niagara Falls boat tour is very much like a Charles Dickens novel: a tale of two cities. Videos and pictures of the boat tour from Canada versus the boat tour leaving the U.S. have been going viral on social media, and it’s not hard to see why. To put …

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3 People Are Dead & Many Are Injured After A Bus Flipped Over In Jasper National Park

14 people remain in a life-threatening condition. Multiple people have died and many others are seriously injured after a sight-seeing bus in Jasper National Park rolled over. The vehicle, which was exploring the Athabasca Glacier, rolled over near the Columbia Icefield. There were 27 people on board. CTV News reports that multiple RCMP …

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Downtown Toronto parking lot transformed into the city’s biggest patio

A patio of massive proportions has just opened up in downtown Toronto.  A new outdoor seating area called Rendezviews has just taken over a private parking lot on Richmond and John Streets with scores of umbrellas and picnic benches.  View this post on Instagram WE🍹ARE🍹OPEN Toronto's biggest outdoor picnic officially opens today …

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Air Canada Is Planning To Have COVID-19 Tests Before Flights That Give Results In An Hour

The tests are awaiting Health Canada approval. The aviation industry has taken a major hit during the worldwide pandemic. One airline is looking to the future to make sure people can fly again. An Air Canada COVID-19 test is in the works, and it could give results in one hour. In a July …

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A Canadian Brand Of Veggie Burgers Is Being Recalled Because It Has Wood In It

That’s not a regular ingredient. If you’ve happened to purchase some meatless burgers from Loblaws recently, you might want to double-check the packaging, as a vegan burger recall has been issued due to traces of wood. Certain packages of PC Plant-Based Beefless Undeniable Burgers have been recalled by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency due …

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Americans were caught breaking quarantine rules in Canada again

Now that the fact that U.S. residents have been coming into the country despite the current border closure is out in the open, more Canadians are calling for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to get stricter about incoming flights. Just this week, an American man was caught out in public in Nova Scotia, completely …

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New racist rant video shows Toronto woman hurling slurs on the TTC

Disturbing video footage is circulating today of a TTC passenger yelling at some unidentified people on a subway train, calling them the N-word and proclaiming that she “hates Muslims.” The 13-second long clip, which surfaced on the popular Instagram account 6ixbuzzTV Thursday afternoon, starts with a visibly irate young woman dressed in all-white clothing faced …

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Canada announces 10 days of paid sick leave for workers

Canadian workers will soon be entitled to up to 10 days of paid sick leave, according to the latest update from the federal government on Thursday. Speaking at a press conference, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said that paid sick leave will become available for those who need it “where it is …

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Police just charged a Florida couple for failing to self-isolate after entering Canada

A Florida couple has been charged by Ontario police after they reportedly failed to undergo a mandatory self-isolation for 14 days after entering Canada in early July. Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) fined each person $1,000 under Canada’s Quarantine Act. The 68-year-old and 70-year-old travellers came into Canada through Fort Erie to enjoy …

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The Canada-US Border Is Reportedly Staying Closed For Another Month

Wave goodbye to your dreams of cross-border travel this summer. The Canada-U.S. border closure is expected to stay in place for another month according to reports. There have been multiple reports of an extension of the border closure between Canada and the U.S. from sources close to both governments. According to CTV News, …

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