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These Toronto restaurants will be serving festive feasts on Christmas Day

Sometimes, a traditional Christmas dinner at home simply looks like a lot of time, a lot of dishes, and a lot of stress. Your festive meal can still be classic and special, without the impending doom of a potentially-dry turkey and major clean up, if you opt for an evening …

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Canadian kid quits job at Walmart with epic rant over intercom (VIDEO)

Shoppers at the Walmart in Grande Prairie, Alberta were in for a little shock last Thursday, when employee Jackson Racicot decided he would end his tenure there in literal mic drop fashion. Using the store’s intercom system, Racicot addressed all shoppers, associates and management in an epic rant that included directly …

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York police will now regularly release names of impaired drivers

York Regional Police have announced that, effective immediately, they would be naming anyone charged with impaired-related driving. On Monday, Chief Eric Jolliffe announced that they will name all drivers charged with impaired-related criminal driving offences, “to further make impaired driving socially unacceptable. We are not giving up.” The list started …

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Canada to witness Super Blood Wolf Moon Total Lunar Eclipse next month

Skygazers will be in for a treat this coming January. On Sunday, January 20, almost exactly one year after the sighting of a Super Blue Moon lunar eclipse, Canadians will be treated to a full wolf moon creating a total lunar eclipse. According to The Weather Network, since the moon will be …

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Magnitude 5.4 earthquake strikes off coast of Vancouver Island

A magnitude 5.4 earthquake has stuck off the coast of Vancouver Island this morning, December 9, just over 200 km from Tofino. According to the US Geological Survey, the earthquake hit on Sunday morning at 8:20 am PST with a shallow depth of 10 km. usgs.go This is just the latest …

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Are Canadian millennials drinking more Starbucks or Tim Hortons?

How does that extra hot venti macchiato compare to what your peers are buying? If it “sparks joy” à la Marie Kondo, or lessens the existential dread of living in a post-employment economy, is it really so bad to treat yourself? In other words, can buying coffee be bad if …

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Doug Ford calls out federal government for the cost of supporting ‘illegal migrants’

Doug Ford is calling out the federal government for the cost of supporting “illegal migrants coming from the US.” In a joint statement, the Ontario premier along with Quebec premier François Legault said they are committed to working together on this issue following discussions at the First Ministers’ Meeting in …

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Canada ranked #1 country in the world for Quality of Life

As we told you earlier, Canada has been named the #2 best country in the world. Well, we’ve also been named as the #1 country in the world in 2018 for Quality of Life for a third year in a row. The study, conducted by U.S. News in partnership with Y&R’s BAV and Wharton, broke down 80 countries’ …

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McDonald’s ‘world famous’ garlic fries are FINALLY back (PHOTO)

Hold on to the strings from your sweatpants fast-food lovers, McDonald’s “world famous” fries are back for a limited time. The Herb and Garlic Seasoned Fries have returned in all their golden festive goodness, and we couldn’t be more excited. View this post on Instagram PSA: McDonald’s new limited edition Herb & …

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Pulling ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ is puritanical and absurd

  Nothing says ‘happy holidays’ like the death of nuance and frantic institutional overreaction After a radio station in Cleveland decided to withdraw Baby, It’s Cold Outside from its rotation of Christmas songs, Canadian stations (including a couple of CBC Music streams) were quick to follow suit. The concern is that the …

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