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1 MILLION POUNDS OF CHICKEN NUGGETS, CHICKEN FINGERS RECALLED OVER ‘METAL OBJECTS’

Chicken nuggets and chicken fingers are, without question, one of the most popular food items in Canada . We consider food like this be totally safe, as it’s a staple in both our homes and at trusted restaurants. You might want to reconsider though, as the popular Compliments brand chicken nuggets were …

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Canada Will Now Start Teaching Coding & Personal Finance In Grade 1

On June 23 some big updates are coming for grades 1 to 8 in these provinces: Ontario,Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,Manitoba starting in September in Canada. Most notably, this change includes introducing coding skills and finance terms starting as young as grade 1. According …

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Canada is making grocery store executives explain why they’re cutting pandemic pay

Canadian grocery store chains like Loblaws, Sobeys and Metro will soon have to explain why they are cutting back the raise they had previously granted to staff working in customer-facing positions during the pandemic. As frontline employees in other industries started to receive hazard pay back in March due to the …

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The TTC has officially made face masks mandatory for Toronto riders

The TTC is officially making masks mandatory for riders beginning next month. The TTC board met today along with members of city council and voted in favour of making masks mandatory starting July 2. Riders will be required to wear non-medical masks or face coverings on all TTC vehicles, with the exception of people with …

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Ottawa Just Reported No New COVID-19 Cases For The First Time Since March

It’s a positive sign for the capital city! There’s some good news for residents of O-Town! On June 17, the national capital confirmed that there were no new cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa. This is the first time the city has reported zero new cases since March. On Wednesday, June 17, Ottawa …

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Here’s a map of the Golden Horseshoe and what regions can now reopen in Ontario

Parts of Ontario outside of the Golden Horseshoeare officially moving into Stage 2 of reopening with more and more businesses allowed to resume service. Everything inside of the Golden Horseshoe including Toronto and the GTA will still need to wait. The Ontario government has outlined that many parts of the province outside of the Golden Horseshoe will …

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Justin Trudeau says Canada will be easing some border restrictions

There are a select few people who will be now be able to bypass the Canadian border restrictions that have been in place since mid-March. After hinting for some weeks that he would be taking some action to reunite families that were separated by pandemic travel restrictions, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today …

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Ontario Has Officially Raised The Gathering Limit To 10 People

It’s finally time to see some of your friends and family. The government announced in a press conference on Monday that Ontario social gatherings will be increased from five to 10 people. The new move will officially be put in place this Friday at 12:01 a.m.  Starting on June 12, Ontarians will …

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Milk Products Recalled In Canada Due To Sanitizer Contamination

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the Agropur Co-operative is recalling some of its milk products in: Ontario,Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,Manitoba due to the presence of sanitizer. The recall involves Sealtest brand products, including skim milk, one per cent, two per cent, and 3.25 …

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Thousands march in peaceful anti-racism protest in Montreal

Montreal held its second demonstration for racial justice today following a week full of countless other anti-racism and anti-police brutality protests across Canada and the U.S.  Thousands of people from different walks of life hit the streets Sunday to fight against racial inequality and the systemic discrimination that continues to plague the …

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