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Canada’s New Distracted Driving Laws To Take Effect Feb. 1, 2020

Police sources have confirmed that Canada’s new driving laws, which received royal assent earlier this year, will officially take effect in every province on Feb. 1, 2020. Drivers convicted of distracted driving under the new laws will be punished with a licence suspension, a hefty fine and demerit points. The severity of …

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Toronto predicted to be hit with up to 50 cm of snow this weekend

This past weekend’s rain storm may have come and gone but sadly, Toronto is nowhere near in the clear when it comes to messy winter weather.  Though it’s only Monday, The Weather Network is already calling for  serious snow next Saturday.  The current seven-day forecast predicts that only 5 to 10 cm of snow will …

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Ontario Is Going To Get Hit With A Massive Snow Dump Of 40 cm This Weekend

It’s looking like we might have to wait until the end of the month to finally get some good Ontario weekend weather. The province is in for another brutal weekend of weather with some areas expected to be hit by 40 centimetres of snow. The weather is expected to also impact travel …

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Canada Will Be Literally Colder Than Siberia And Mars This February

Canada’s northern regions are going to face the wrath of a polar vortex that will cause wind chills to plummet to as low as -70 C. Yes, -70.  Such temperatures make those regions of Canada colder than Mars, which has an average annual temperature of around -62 C. Via The Weather Network Environment Canada has …

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Blast of Arctic air set for much of B.C. after blowing snow brings travel chaos

Sudden, blowing snowfall that pummelled much of British Columbia with a side of freezing wind on Sunday, knocking out power to thousands and wreaking havoc on city roads, isn’t expected to return in similar fashion Monday — the province will instead see its “coldest air so far this winter,” forecasters say. An …

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After anti-Trudeau billboards spark outrage, ad company says it will re-evaluate vetting process

Billboards that called for the jailing of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau were displayed in prominent areas across Alberta over the past week, sparking backlash online. This is embarrassing. Disgusting.— Jamila 🇨🇦🍁 (@jforjamila) January 11, 2020 The billboards were purchased by Alberta Fights Back, a third-party advertiser registered with Elections Alberta.  …

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Alberta woman killed by avalanche stayed alive long enough for one last call from her mom

Family ‘unbelievably grateful’ that doctor’s mother reached her in hospital by cellphone before she died Adam Campbell was standing on a mountainside Friday looking down the slope where his wife had just skied her last run of the day when the snow gave way.  It left a patch of solid snow where he stood, …

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The St. Lawrence Market is changing its hours and will now open on Sundays

The St. Lawrence Market is an iconic Toronto spot that offers all kinds of fresh eats, but its restrictive hours can sometimes make it difficult to visit. In light of this, the market just announced plans to launch a pilot project with extended hours to make it more accessible. Under the new …

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An Earthquake Struck South Of Montreal This Morning But Everyone Thought It Was A Snowplow

Were you woken up by some strange rumbling this morning? If so, you weren’t imagining anything and it wasn’t a parade of snowplows, either. An earthquake actually struck just south of Montreal this morning and tons of people have taken to twitter to ask the same question… “Was that an earthquake?” And …

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Health Canada Warning: Immediately Throw Away Your Romaine Lettuce

There’s been an outbreak of E. coli. Health Canada has just issued a warning to residents of Ontario and Toronto to stop consuming romaine lettuce. The reason: an outbreak of E. coli that has produced dozens of cases of illness in the United States and Canada. “There have been 180 confirmed cases …

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