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Officials are now investigating up to 19 cases of potential coronavirus in Ontario

Following the confirmation of a second presumptive case of coronavirus in Toronto, Ontario health officials are currently investigating up to 21 other individuals who may have the illness. UPDATE: Province currently isolating and awaiting test results for 19 people for possible coronavirus infection, alongside two confirmed cases https://t.co/IVhYQZPunw pic.twitter.com/nhJSNkvYQt— CP24 (@CP24) January 27, 2020 Provincial officials …

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A second case of coronavirus confirmed in Toronto and more are expected

Ontario public health officials have confirmed a second case of coronavirus in Toronto. Early this morning, Ontario’s chief medical officer Dr. David Williams revealed that the afflicted individual is the wife of the first confirmed case of coronavirus in Canada. The pair returned to Toronto on China Southern Airlines flight CZ31 from Guangzhou …

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Kobe Bryant’s last tweet before he died was to congratulate LeBron James on surpassing him for the NBA all-time scoring list

Kobe Bryant’s last tweet before his death was a powerful tribute to another NBA player. The night before Bryant died at age 41 in helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, LeBron James surpassed his spot on the NBA’s all-time scoring list while playing small forward for the Los Angeles Lakers against the Philadelphia 76ers. Bryant congratulated …

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Kobe Bryant dies in helicopter crash: TMZ

One of the greatest basketball players of all time, Kobe Bryant has died at the age of 41 in a helicopter crash in California, TMZ reports. Bryant was traveling in his private helicopter with three others. LA Country Sheriffs confirmed there were five fatalities in the crash, though victims have not been …

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The first case of coronavirus confirmed in Toronto and here’s what you need to know

The first case of coronavirus has now been confirmed in Canada and it’s right here in Toronto. Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. David Williams, made the announcement late this afternoon revealing that a patient with a fever and respiratory symptoms is now in isolation at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. The patient was brought to the …

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Southern Ontario Is Going To Get Hit With Another Brutal 70 cm Of Snow This Weekend

Bundle up folks, because it’s looking like the 6ix could be in for another snowmageddon weekend. According to the Weather Network, Ontario’s Golden Horseshoe area is in for a whopping 50-60 centimetres of snow on Saturday, thanks to another poorly timed weather system. However, if you live outside of the …

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Canada’s New Distracted Driving Laws To Take Effect Next Week

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 is expected to be hit with its third weekend storm in a row

Toronto may still be struggling to clean up after the significant winter storm that hit the city this past Saturday, but it seems we’re in for even more snow by the time the weekend rolls around again.  According to a blog post published by The Weather Network earlier today, “another poorly timed system could …

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This is what Canadians want the new 5 dollar bill to look like

Ever since the Bank of Canada announced that the five dollar bill would be getting a makeover, Canadians have been dreaming up some design options for the new bank note.  Some of these ideas could actually come to fruition as the Bank of Canada is looking for input from the public on who should …

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This is what Newfoundland looks like after record-breaking snowstorm

Newfoundland is still reeling after an unprecedented winter storm dropped nearly a metre of snow on Friday amid massive waves and hurricane-level winds over 150 km/h. During the official state of emergency, all businesses were shut and roads were completely closed to traffic (even plows), leading residents to come up with more creative ways to get around.  Social …

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