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Monday , June 1 2020

The tallest Christmas tree in Canada is coming back to Toronto this November

The sights and sounds of the holidays will soon be alive and well in the city. And the first major holiday kickoff will be the official tree unveiling and lighting ceremony of the CF Eaton Centre’s epic Christmas tree. If you’ve never seen it happen before, check out the grand …

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Toronto could see its first flurries as early as tomorrow

Toronto could get its first dusting of snow this week. While it’s not calling for a heavy snowfall, Environment Canada is forecasting Toronto’s first chance of flurries on Friday. Although Halloween day is rainy and windy, temperatures are hovering around 8°C. By Friday, the weather is expected to dip to 5°C …

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Warning: Extreme -50°C Winter Weather Is Coming To These Canadian Provinces 2019-20

Winter is coming. As the autumn season comes into full swing, us Canadians can’t help but think about the looming winter weather ahead. Canada is definitely the most prepared country for freak-of-nature winter weather. We’re used to near-Ice Age temperatures, but that definitely does not mean we enjoy them. Despite being ready …

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Woman Screams Racist Remarks At Shoppers Drug Mart Staff In Metro Vancouver (VIDEO)

On October 28, a video surfaced online of an irate Shoppers Drug Mart customers shouting at two members of the store’s staff. The scene took place in Metro Vancouver at the Shoppers Drug Mart branch located on Kingsway and McMurray, the post claims. In the original post, the individual who …

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Ontario’s New Animal Welfare Laws Would Be The Strictest In The Whole Country

In a news release on Tuesday morning, the Ontario provincial government announced that they would be introducing stronger legislation to protect animals from abuse and neglect in the province, by proposing the country’s strongest ever penalties for those who hurt and neglect animals. If passed, Ontario’s new animal welfare laws would become …

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11 veterans set to move into Calgary ‘Homes for Heroes’ tiny home village

A cluster of tiny homes in Calgary’s Forest Lawn community will have their lights on this weekend, as 11 veterans are set to move into their new neighbourhood. Canada’s first Homes for Heroes village provides affordable transitional housing for homeless veterans. The community has 15 tiny homes along with a …

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Environment Canada now forecasting “chance of snow” in Toronto next week

Cold weather is definitely coming, Toronto. On Friday, the city’s overnight temperature will be 2°C, but will feel like -1°C. And that’s not the worst of it. In their long term outlook, Environment Canada is now forecasting a 60% chance of “snow or rain” next week. Specifically, on Halloween day. The …

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Extreme Windstorm In Alberta Sends Scaffolding Flying While Man Hangs On For Life (VIDEO)

A wind warning in Edmonton on Friday, October 25 promised winds of up to 100 kilometres per hour. The full force of the storm created a dangerous situation for two window washers in Edmonton who were on scaffolding outside of an office building when winds started to toss the structure …

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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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