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Hudson’s Bay Is Closing All Its Stores In Canada After 207 Years

It’s hard to imagine a Canadian brand as iconic as Hudson’s Bay leaving one of its first homes after more than two centuries, but the company is set to close its locations after 207 years. The company announced recently that its stores will be closing this September after being a mainstay in …

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Ontario Reports Over 300 New Cases Of COVID-19 Today

For the first time in months, the Minister of Health is reporting over 300 new COVID-19 cases in Ontario today. Minister Christine Elliott announced the news at just after 10:15 a.m. on Monday morning. Editor’s Choice: Canada’s Fall Forecast Just Dropped & Toasty Temperatures Are Expected Almost Everywhere The regions …

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Workers In Every Province & Territory Are About To Get A Raise

This is a win for people who are working during the COVID-19 pandemic. Every workers in Canada are about to get a raise in every province and territory, the Prime Minister announced. However, the federal government isn’t deciding exactly who gets the money. Justin Trudeau announced an agreement between the federal government and each …

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Several Diced Chicken Products Recalled Due To Potential Listeria Contamination

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is recalling a number of cooked diced chicken meat products, due to the possibility of Listeria contamination. The products are believed to have been sold across several Canadian provinces, with some of the brands expected to have been sold nationally.  According to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency …

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Shoppers Drug Mart Just Closed All Stores In Canada After 58 Years

It’s hard to imagine that Shoppers Drug Mart is set to close its location after 58 years. At this point, more closures shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. The company announced recently that its stores will be closing this September . Shoppers Drug Mart said earlier this year that it planned to open …

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Walmart Will Close All Stores In Canada For At Least 14 Days Starting Tomorrow

At this point, more closures should be a big surprise to anyone. Canada essential services list was revised, and one of the stores that didn’t make the cut was Walmart. It will now only be offering curbside pickup and delivery. In an September 14 press release the company stated that effective at …

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Weather advisory issued for Toronto ahead of dangerous snow squall

Meteorologists are warning City of Toronto residents and visitors today of “a well organized snow squall” moving into the region — one that promises to wreak havoc on the evening commute. Environment Canada upgraded its previous special weather statement for Toronto to a “Winter Weather Travel Advisory” early Friday morning, writing in …

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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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Canada Weather Will Plummet To -45 Next Week & You Can Get Frostbite Within Minutes

Another week, another weather alert. Environment Canada issued a cold weather warning for  Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and New Brunswick early in the morning on February 27, predicting wind chill temperatures to dip as low as -45 C. This means that more than half of the …

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Toronto rallies to save freezing cat from top of hydro pole

A black, white and likely very cold cat is now safely back on solid ground this morning after being stranded atop a hydro pole at Bloor and Dufferin Streets — and it’s all thanks to some compassionate locals who wouldn’t leave its side. Toronto resident Kristine Williamson first noticed the distressed cat …

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