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The Toronto Zoo’s New Drive Thru-Experience Is Officially Opening This Saturday

Explore the attraction in a whole new way! Fire up your engines, because a wild safari adventure awaits. After months of closure, the Toronto Zoo is finally planning on opening its doors, although your visit is going to be a little different. Instead of wandering through the attraction, you will …

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It’s officially iceberg season in Newfoundland and the photos are breathtaking

While the seasons seem a little confused elsewhere in Canada lately, on the east coast, nature is right on time with its annual show of the Atlantic Ocean’s iconic icebergs. Port Rexton, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada, May 2020Photographer: Ray Mackey pic.twitter.com/dJPHrun1Fm— Danika Dragomir (@NikaDragomira) May 18, 2020 Late May is the start of the …

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Hudson’s Bay Just Closed Its Stores In Canada After 207 Years

It’s hard to imagine a Canadian brand as iconic as Hudson’s Bay leaving one of its first homes after more than two centuries, but the company just closeed its locations after 207 years. The company announced today that its stores will be close starting Monday after being a mainstay in Canada since 1802 …

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Captain Jennifer Casey confirmed dead in Snowbirds plane crash in Kamloops

CF Snowbirds Captain Jennifer Casey has died as a result of the tragic plane crash that took place in Kamloops, B.C. on Sunday, according to the latest update from the Royal Canadian Air Force. Global News is reporting Captain Jennifer Casey, the Public Affairs Officer for @CFSnowbirds has died in the plane crash in Kamloops …

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Here’s how gyms in Ontario are preparing to reopen

As Ontario slowly lets certain businesses start to reopen, gyms are trying to figure out what changes they’re going to need to make when it’s their turn so that customers and staff are safe. However, it’s been challenging for them to come up with concrete plans, as there have been no official guidelines …

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A Baby Bear Struggles To Climb Across A Highway And Join It’s Family In BC (VIDEO)

A driver in Rossland, British Columbia caught an adorable sight off a highway. Driving with her two children, the woman driving noticed a mother with her own children crossing the highway – only they were bears! After making their way to the other side, one baby bear wasn’t able to …

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Snowbirds plane crashes into house while flying over Kamloops

Emergency crews are rushing to the scene after a Canadian Forces Snowbird plane crashed during a fly over in Kamloops, B.C. on Sunday afternoon. Two planes took off from the Kamloops Airport around 11:30 a.m. when one plane turned around abruptly in mid-air, spewing black smoke before nose-diving toward the ground. The …

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Canadian Students Who Volunteer Over The Summer Can Get Up To $5000

Canadian students are finally seeing some financial relief. Part of that will come in the form of tuition aid for those who volunteer over the summer. The Canada Student Service Grant can provide up to $5000 for education costs. In his April 22 address to the country, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a sweeping …

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Air Canada Thinks People Will Be Able To Fly Around The World Again By December

Travel is entirely off the table for the time being. Flights have been grounded and borders have been closed, rendering the idea almost entirely impossible. However, Air Canada flights could be resuming by the end of the year. That’s according to Tim Strauss, Vice President of Cargo at Air Canada, who anticipated …

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Grocery Stores In Canada Will Not Allow You To Bring Your Reusable Bags, Starting Today

Grocery stores in Canada are still typically frowning on bringing in reusable bags when shopping right now, but the reasoning can be varying and vague. When it comes down to it, the issue is mostly that people don’t tend to wash their reusable bags, and while we’re still hammering out …

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