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This is what fall colours look like in Canada right now

Fall colours in Canada for 2020 are almost at their best right now so it’s the perfect time to get outdoors and take in the changing of the leaves. View this post on Instagram Peak fall colours in the Qu’Apelle valley. 🍂 —— #ExploreSask #ExploreCanada A post shared by ➡️ …

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There’s a tree growing on a log in the middle of a lake in Canada

This tree on the lake is a natural wonder; the little sprout is perched atop a log in the middle of the serene waters of Fairy Lake, relying solely on the wood for nutrients. Each year, tourists, boaters and hikers visit the B.C. lake for a chance to glimpse the …

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Pesky midges have taken over Toronto again

If your home has been inundated with little annoying flies in recent days, you’re definitely not alone, because it’s midge season once again in Toronto. Anyone else in Toronto have midges all over the place the last couple days? Can't keep them out of my house. Literally Hoovering them by the …

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Health Canada Just Approved A New COVID-19 Test That Gives You Results In 15 Minutes

There’s a new test on the block. Health Canada has given the green light to a rapid COVID-19 testing device that can produce results in just 15 minutes. The latest diagnostic tool called ID NOW COVID-19 was added to the authorized medical devices list on September 30.  The big yes comes one …

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Marc Gasol is leaving the Toronto Raptors

It seems the Toronto Raptors are sadly losing yet another valuable and beloved team member today, because Marc Gasol has officially decided to leave the NBA and will end his basketball career playing in Spain. According to reports from Spanish podcast host Sergi Carmonetti, Gasol, who is originally from Spain, has signed a contract with FC Barcelona …

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Canadian Police Will Now Check Temperatures Of Drivers and Passengers

Canadian police will implement temperature screening for drivers and passengers. The new testing policy will apply to every province in Canada . Marc Garneau said that the expanded temperature screenings is another measure in the government’s to the pandemic. “My highest priority is the safety and security of Canadians ,” …

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More than 50 recent flights in and out of Canada have confirmed cases of COVID-19

Over 50 international and domestic flights in Canada have had confirmed cases of COVID-19 between Sept. 15 and Sept. 25. According to the Government of Canada website, people may have been exposed to the virus if they were travelling on the referenced flights and within the affected rows.  The website also …

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Americans Are Googling ‘Move To Canada’ So Much More After The US Presidential Debate

Could a northern exodus happen in the near future? ‘Move to Canada‘ saw a big uptick in Google searches by Americans after the U.S. presidential debate. A lot of our neighbours to the south are wondering how they can come up here but they might not be able to just …

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This is when and how badly Ontario’s second wave of COVID-19 could peak

Residents feeling apprehensive about a second wave of COVID-19 in Ontario had their fears confirmed on Monday by Premier Doug Ford, who said that it has indeed already arrived — but many may still be wondering how bad, exactly, officials expect this bout of the pandemic to get. Doug Ford says Ontario has …

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You Can Be Fined $1,500 If You Take Photos Of A Car Crash

Police in Canadw don’t want you to whip your phones out when you come across accidents on the road.  In an email sent , Redcliff RCMP said five drivers will be fined $1,500 if they caught taking photos of a car crash . These distracted driving fines amounted to $1,500 in …

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