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Police bust big crowd at car rally in Mississauga for not social distancing

More than 100 tickets were handed out in a Mississauga parking lot last night after police broke up a stunt racing party that involved hundreds of cars.  Peel Regional Police busted a giant street racing meet up at the Heartland Town Centre, handing out 112 social distancing tickets to attendees.  …

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A Massive Humpback Whale Swam Right Into The Heart Of Vancouver This Weekend (PHOTOS)

What a whale of a time. Some lucky Vancouverites got treated to a rare sighting over the weekend. A humpback whale swam to Vancouver and gave the city a friendly wave with its giant tail. One lucky harbour patrol officer managed to snap a few photos of the creature as it surfaced …

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Photo of rainbow perfectly hitting a ferry boat in Canada goes viral

A leprechaun should be so lucky to travel on a ferry boat in Canada captured by photographer Emmett Sparling that’s since gone viral. The image taken on Friday shows a Bowen Island passenger ferry in British Columbia perfectly aligned with the rainbow as it hits the water. View this post on Instagram Yesterday the …

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Doug Ford says businesses can refuse service to customers not wearing face masks

Businesses across Ontario should be allowed to refuse service to anyone not wearing a face mask, said Premier Doug Ford today.  “Any business has the right ot refuse anyone, that’s their business,” said Ford to reporters at a daily briefing.  “I highly, highly encourage that people put on a face …

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Air Canada just announced a new refund policy for travel impacted by COVID-19

Air Canada just updated its refund policy amid mounting customer frustration, offering travellers two new options if their flight is cancelled due to COVID-19. On Friday, the Canadian airline said that it will now offer the option of a voucher with no expiry date or discount Aeroplan points. “The new goodwill policies …

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Air Canada will resume more international flights next month

Air Canada will officially resume more international flights this summer, adding routes to the U.S., Caribbean, South America, Europe and Pacific. The airline says that it will be offering 97 domestic and international destinations, which is down from 220 last year — but still offers “wide opportunities for travel and connectivity.” Air Canada …

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Anyone in Ontario with symptoms of COVID-19 can now go get tested

Confusion abounds in these uncertain times about what we can do, where we can go and who we can see as the coronavirus pandemic rages on — but Ontario’s government wants to make it clear that anyone can now get tested for COVID-19 if they’re experiencing symptoms. You’d be forgiven for …

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Toronto Premium Outlets shopping centre officially reopens today

Hot on the heels of the province entering Stage 1 of its framework to reopen the economy, Toronto Premium Outlets has announced it will reopen on Friday, May 22. The property, which has been closed since March 19, has published a comprehensive COVID-19 Exposure Control Policy, developed in conjunction with a team …

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Ontario just confirmed its highest number of new COVID-19 cases in two weeks

A troubling trend in the number of new COVID-19 cases recorded per day continues to emerge in Ontario as residents of the province end out their tenth full week in semi-quarantine. Public health units reported 441 new coronavirus patients on Thursday, according to figures released by the provincial government Friday morning, representing an increase …

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Ontario’s Getting Hit With A Heat Wave Next Week With Highs Near 40 C

It’s about to get stupid hot in Ontario. Summer heat is finally on its way. Ontario’s weather is looking pretty warm and toasty in the final week of May. A possible heatwave will make temperatures soar into the 30’s. But with heat comes humidity, which could push highs to nearly …

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