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Thursday , July 9 2020

TTC subway derailment destroys morning commute in Toronto

A large portion of Toronto’s busy Yonge-University subway line has been shut down, according to TTC officials, just in time for the morning rush hour — and with no expected reopening time in sight. Fabulous morning courtesy of a TTC derailment causing a complete shutdown of Line 1 from St …

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It’s going to feel like -35 C in Toronto tomorrow morning

Get ready for a frigid Valentine’s Day, Toronto: An arctic front is currently moving into southern Ontario, bringing with it some of the coldest weather we’ve seen this winter season so far. If meteorologists are correct, it will feel like nearly -30 C outside on Friday morning after temperatures plummet by more than 20 degrees overnight.  “Based …

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Soaring new Toronto condo building will be the tallest in Canada

It’s official: The long-rumoured, 95-storey-tall residential tower at the base of Yonge Street in downtown Toronto is a go. Get ready to crane those necks. Pinnacle International announced the news with a press release on Wednesday, confirming not only that they’d finally be proceeding with phase two of the One Yonge development, but that their monster tower has …

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The entire Ontario public school system will shut down for a one-day teacher strike next week

As the dispute between the province and the teachers’ unions in Ontario continues with no end in sight, the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) has announced that the entire public school system will shut down on February 21 as all four unions participate in a one-day walkout. Members of ETFO, the Association des enseignantes …

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New Impaired Driving Laws Can Force Canadians To Lose Citizenships And Be Forced To Leave The Country

New impaired driving laws are now in effect for Canada, which includes higher fines and newly updated policies. While many have been focused on mandatory breathalyzer tests and harsher fines, it’s also important to be aware of certain penalties that could occur if you are charged with driving impaired. These new …

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Tim Hortons will start offering almond milk at all of its stores in Canada

In an effort to give customers more of what they actually want from a coffee shop, Tim Hortons is about to start offering milk alternatives beyond “2 per cent” and “chocolate.” Skim milk and almond milk are both set to hit all locations of the Canadian cafe and restaurant chain this spring — something …

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Toronto Raptors smash major sports record with 15th consecutive win

Kawhi who? The infallible Toronto Raptors are once again proving themselves a force to be reckoned with during pro basketball’s regular season — only this time, with an NBA Championship freshly on the books, people all over the world are paying  attention. Longest winning streak by a Canadian franchise.Watch @TangerineHoops Game Highlights: https://t.co/HvzDmBmxhk pic.twitter.com/ZpcWVmqtBM— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) February 11, …

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Parts Of Canada Are Under A Boil Water Advisory After Dangerous E.coli Bacteria Found In the Water

An E. coli infection can lead to serious illness. Montreal, Alberta, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan tests water on a regular basis to evaluate the quality of the water that the residents use to cook, clean, and drink. Inspectors made the discovery on Saturday following a …

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Health Canada Warning: Immediately Throw Away Your Romaine Lettuce

Health Canada has just issued a warning to residents of Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and New Brunswick 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 190 confirmed …

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Canada Just Issued Its 13th Meat Recall Of The Week

Meat recalls have been continuously plaguing the nation throughout the past year. From E.Coli to Salmonella outbreaks, Canadians have had to keep an eye out when it comes to consuming meat products. In fact, this week has been a rough one for meat recalls as the Government of Canada just released …

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