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It’s expected to drop to nearly -10°C in Toronto tomorrow night

In case you haven’t noticed, Toronto — it is getting cold outside. While the city has seen some sunshine on Thursday, as of Friday evening, Environment Canada is forecasting a low of 1° C. Friday’s high is expected to reach 12°C, which is already cooler than Thursday’s high of 16°C. Tonight’s …

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Ontario is getting its first-ever “smart” grocery cart today

There’s a very solid chance you’ve heard of a Smart car… and the new Sobeys Smart Cart isn’t a far jump from that idea. The first “intelligent shopping cart” is being introduced to Canadian grocery stores today, with the launch of the Sobeys Smart Cart pilot at the grocer’s Glen Abbey location …

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World’s Largest Indoor Christmas Lights Festival Is Coming To Ottawa & It’s Really Sparkly

One of the best parts of the holiday season is all the beautiful Christmas lights. But instead of going outdoors into the freezing cold, you can visit Glow Gardens, the world’s largest indoor Christmas festival! This winter, you’ll be able to experience the holiday magic of Glow Gardens in Ottawa. Glow …

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University of Toronto named one of the top universities in the world

Another day, another glowing report highlighting the University of Toronto. Once again, U of T has come on top, ranking as one of the top 20 universities in the world. According to the US News & World Report, which published the 2020 edition of the Best Global Universities rankings on …

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Trump tweets congratulatory message to Trudeau following election win

Just hours after the Liberal Party claimed victory in Monday’s federal election, US President Donald Trump tweeted a message of congratulations to party leader Justin Trudeau. In the tweet, Trump called Trudeau’s victory “wonderful and hard fought.” He added that he looks forward to working with Trudeau “toward the betterment of both …

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Jagmeet Singh wins seat in BC’s Burnaby South riding

Tune in to Daily Hive’s federal election live blog throughout the night here.NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh has won his seat in BC’s Burnaby South riding. According to the latest results from Elections Canada, Singh has received 15, 532 votes. The Conservative’s Jay Shin follows with 12, 929 votes and Liberal candidate Neelam …

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Canada Votes: Justin Trudeau’s Liberals projected to win

After a long day at the polls and a long night counting votes, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party is projected to form the next government. While it is still too early to say whether it will be a minority or majority government at this point – as results from BC and …

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Canada’s New Government Was Just Declared A Liberal Minority

As of now, in the midst of the Canadian election, CBC has officially declared a minority Liberal government in Canada. Though it is unclear what exactly the government will look like in, it is official that Canada will have a Liberal government for another term. Canada’s Liberal minority government will certainly change …

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Toronto to be hit with “several significant snowfall” events this winter

It’s October, which means one thing: winter is coming. And while The Weather Network is forecasting it will feel like 20°C next week, AccuWeather just released their winter forecast for Ontario, and it’s not looking great. The weather website is forecasting a stormy winter season for Toronto and the GTA. According to AccuWeather, parts …

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