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Ontario man busted with 50 kilos of cocaine at Canada-U.S. border

A Toronto-area man has been arrested and chargedwith multiple felony offences after driving into Canada with a gargantuan 50 kilograms of coke in tow. Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) officials say that a man from Markham, Ontario was stopped on November 18 after crossing from the U.S. into Canada using Sarnia’s Blue Water Bridge.  The man …

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High school teachers are going on strike across Ontario next week

If you or your child attends a high school somewhere in Ontario, you’ll have to make alternate plans for next Wednesday.  The Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) gave notice to the provincial government Thursday that public high school teachers intend to engage in a full walkout on December 4.  Though the minimum …

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A supermarket in Canada just made a parking lot out of old plastic bags

Sobeys has demonstrated their commitment to reducing single-use plastics time and time again. They were the first national grocery store to eliminate plastic bags, and now they’ve actually managed to make a parking lot out of more than 6 million recycled single-use plastic bags. The grocery chain opened a new store in …

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Nova Scotia Is Getting Hit By A Ruthless Blizzard Right Now (PHOTOS)

While some parts of Canada are still enjoying some relatively mild late fall weather, a Nova Scotia snowstorm is wreaking absolute havoc on the province. Huge amounts of blowing snow have made driving a nearly impossible task, and residents have been sharing their own photos and videos of the winter chaos. The …

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Canadian mall Santa fired for posting inappropriate photos online

One mall Santa in Canada has been relieved from his holiday duties this year after local residents complained about some inappropriate photos he posted online. Gary Haupt, a 69-year-old who works as the in-house Santa Claus at Penticton, B.C.’s Cherry Lane Shopping Centre, thought he would have a bit of fun …

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Vancouver to give Canadian Armed Forces members and veterans free street parking

Yesterday, Vancouver city council voted ‘yes’ to giving current serving members of the Canadian Forces and veterans free parking year-round throughout the city. Vancouver city Councillor  Melissa De Genova submitted the motions and said on Twitter that year-round free parking for veterans is a “small way to say thanks for an immeasurable contribution …

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A Bomb Cyclone Is Going To Bring 10 Cm Of Snow To Toronto This Weekend

If you’re currently living in the 6ix, chances are you’ve noticed that although we were hit by an early winter storm this month, Toronto weather has been pretty bearable lately. Unfortunately, that’s all about to change this weekend thanks to an incoming Colorado low and a bomb cyclone. Yes, southern Ontario is …

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Home Alone is getting a reboot and the movie is filming in Canada

Everyone’s favourite 90s Christmas movie is getting a reboot in 2020, and it’s currently set to film in Montreal.  According to Pop Goes The News, the film is scheduled to begin shooting in early February and it’ll air on the new wildly popular streaming platform Disney+. Back in August, Disney CEO Bob …

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It’s Not Going To Snow On Christmas Day In Montreal, Forecast Shows

Christmas is less than a month away, and though there are plenty of events in the Montreal area to get residents in the holiday spirit, it looks likes Christmas Day itself might disappoint. Montrealers should begin to prepare themselves now for the strong possibility that it won’t be a picture-perfect …

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Cineplex to open massive new entertainment complex and food hall

Cineplex is launching a new entertainment complex called Junxion, and from the sound of it, it’s going to be the Canada’s Wonderland of movie theatres. Canada’s largest movie theatre chain (which also owns the Rec Room chain) announced today that it will be launching Junxion — a theatre-meets-food hall and live events space — in …

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