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Ontario Drivers Are Going To Pay Much More For Car Insurance

Ontario is about to start paying more for the privilege, as Ontario car insurance rates are set to jump in 2020. Rate changes which could see some prices jump up to 11% compared to last year have already been approved by the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario. According to a notice by the …

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Snowfall Warning Issued As Montreal Is To Be Hit With Another 15cm Of Snow Today

Environment Canada has issued a Snowfall Warning for Montreal and surrounding areas today, proving that Montreal winter weather is back in full force, just in time for the Monday morning commute to work. The STM has also tweeted, warning bus passengers, in particular, to be patient and expect delays, and the roads …

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Canada and Denmark have been fighting over this uninhabited island for decades

A  1.2-square-kilometre uninhabited island near the edge of Ellesmere Island, Nunavut has been a source of conflict between Canada and Denmark for almost 40 years.  Whether Hans Island belongs to Canada or Greenland has been widely debated for years on end, and both countries have gone to great lengths to claim the rock in the middle …

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The boiling water challenge has gone viral in Canada this winter but beware of the burns

We all know it can get pretty cold during the winter in Canada, and it’s not always easy to find something to do in -40 C weather.  Many Canadians are therefore choosing to take advantage of the bitter cold by trying out the boiling water challenge.  Canadians across the country are …

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Canada Is About To Be Colder Than It’s Ever Been In Over A Century

We’ve got some unfortunate news for you. According to The Weather Network, the coldest place on earth will be Canada this winter . It’s no secret that Canadian winters can be brutal – but you’re about to find out just how harsh it can get. There are extreme cold weather warnings all across …

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Canada qualifies for Tokyo 2020 Olympics in women’s soccer

Canada has booked its ticket to the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics in women’s soccer. Needing a win in a do-or-die match against Costa Rica, Canada had more difficulty with their Central American opponents than expected. It took until the 72nd minute before 18-year-old Jordyn Huitema scored the game’s only goal, …

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A First Exclusive Look At Canada’s Massive New Nordic Spa (PHOTOS)

We’ve been waiting since 2016 for this massive new spa in Saint-Bruno on the South Shore of Montreal and the wait is finally over. Förena Cité thermale originally planned to open last December, but its opening was delayed until the end of January 2020. Now, we’re finally seeing photos and they’re breathtaking. …

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Ontario’s New Distracted Driving Laws To Take Effect Feb. 20, 2020

Police sources have confirmed that Ontario’s new driving laws, which received royal assent earlier this year, will officially take effect in the province on Feb 20, 2020. Drivers convicted of distracted driving under the new laws will be punished with a licence suspension, a hefty fine and demerit points. The severity of …

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Ottawa Will Feel Like -31 C Tonight & You Could Get Frostbite Walking To Your Car

After a pretty mild January in the capital city, you’d be forgiven for thinking that winter was almost over. Sadly, this is not the case, as a new Ottawa frostbite advisory has been issued by the city’s public health officials. In fact, conditions are expected to get so cold on Friday, you …

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Here Are All The New Strict Driving Laws In Canada That Are Officially In Effect As Of Today

Police sources have confirmed that Canada’s new driving laws, which received royal assent earlier this year, will officially take effect in every province on February 2020.  . Police Service released a new statment today February 6th , to inform the public that “all drivers in Canada can now expect to provide …

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