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Saturday , October 24 2020

Brampton father charged with 1st-degree murder of 2 young sons

Peel Regional Police say a father has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder after his sons, a 12-year-old boy and a nine-year-old boy, were found dead inside a Brampton home Wednesday night. Emergency crews responded to a medical assistance call at a residence on Hiberton Crescent, near Creditview Road …

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This is what Toronto’s first snowfall looked like (PHOTOS)

On Thursday morning, Toronto woke up to its first official snowfall of the year. And whether you’re ready for it or not, the inevitable winter-like weather is here and it doesn’t look like it’s leaving any time soon. According to The Weather Network, most of the region is expected to see …

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Over 12,000 Canadian flags on display in Toronto to remember Canada’s fallen heroes (PHOTOS)

As a gesture of gratitude and remembrance, over 12,000 Canadian flags were planted on the front lawn of Manulife’s global headquarters to honour more than 120,000 members of the Canadian Armed Forces who have fallen in service. Each flag represents 10 fallen soldiers. Courtesy of Manulife According to Manulife, “this …

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Environment Canada issues special weather statement for Toronto

It sure looks like winter has arrived early in Toronto, like most years. And Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for the city ahead of Thursday morning’s commute. According to the weather agency, a wintry mix expected for the morning commute in Toronto. “A low pressure system is …

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20-vehicle collision on Highway 2 near Grande Prairie

 A multi-vehicle collision on Highway 2 north of Grande Prairie, Alta. on Wednesday, November 6, 2019. Courtesy: Pancho Driedger Leave A CommentShare This ItemShare This Item On TwitterSend This Page To Someone Via EmailShare This Item Descrease article font size-AIncrease article font sizeA+ Emergency crews responded Wednesday morning to a serious …

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The Weather Network forecasting up to 10 cm of snow in Toronto this week

Snow. Is. Coming. It’s not winter in Toronto yet, but it looks like the cold fluffy white flakes will be falling from the sky this week. According to The Weather Network, while it remains around 7°C in Toronto on Tuesday morning, temperatures will fall by the end of the week. Wednesday’s …

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2-inch sewing needle allegedly found in child’s Halloween candy in Ontario

Every parent’s worst nightmare seems to have come true this week after a child from Ontario bit into a Halloween candy only to discover a two-inch sewing needle was embedded in it. On Monday afternoon, police in Barrie, Ontario, were contacted by a concerned homeowner after her child allegedly bit …

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Vegetables recalled across Canada due to risk of Listeria: CFIA

Various fresh-cut vegetable products are being recalled from the marketplace due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. People should not consume and distributors, retailers and foodservice establishments such as hotels, restaurants, cafeterias, hospitals, and nursing homes, should not sell or use the recalled products listed here, which have been sold nationally. Additionally, Sobeys Inc. is recalling Compliments …

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Shipwreck Stuck At Niagara Falls Moves Closer To The Edge For The First Time In 101 Years

Ontario’s Halloween storm was much more powerful than we expected. So much so, that the strong winds managed to move the massive iron ship that has been stuck in the same spot for over a century. The Niagara Falls shipwreck looks like it has moved closer to the edge of the falls. The …

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Tap Water In Some Canadian Cities Has As Much Lead Contamination As Flint, Michigan

If you’re not the kind of person to use a filter on your tap water, you might want to reconsider. A new study has revealed that Canada’s water has high lead content. The lead content in some cities is so high that it is even worse than Flint, Michigan, where there has …

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