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Health Canada Warning: Immediately Throw Away Your Romaine Lettuce

Health Canada has just issued a warning to residents of Ontario,Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,Manitoba to stop consuming romaine lettuce. The reason: an outbreak of E. coli that has produced dozens of cases of illness in the United States and Canada. “There have been 180 confirmed …

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IKEA Just Reopened All Stores Across Canada

Based on the evolving situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, IKEA Canada had closed all stores until today , effective immediately. Customers will be able to shop in stores or online at IKEA.ca, as home delivery services will be offered, as well as store Click & Collect pick-up between 11 am …

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Penguins At West Edmonton Mall Were Let Out To Freely Roam The Mall (VIDEO)

We bet you’ve seen a whole host of videos of captive penguins recently. And a lot of those videos show penguins around the world getting the chance to break out and explore. Well now we’ve found one more video and it’s right here at the West Edmonton Mall. The Penguins …

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Toronto Had Its First Below-Zero May Temperature In 15 Years On Tuesday

So much for that warm welcome to May. If you weren’t able to step outside in the 6ix on Tuesday morning, just know that it was pretty chilly for the time of year. In fact, the Toronto weather in the early morning of May 5 brought what was reportedly the city’s first …

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Doug Ford says he won’t ban people from visiting the cottage this May 24 weekend

Ontario cottage owners can rest easy knowing that, as long as COVID-19 case numbers continue to decrease at this rate, they won’t penalized for celebrating the upcoming May 2-4 long weekend up north — not by the provincial government, anyway. Premier Doug Ford confirmed during his daily pandemic press conference at Queen’s Park on Tuesday that, while …

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John Tory says the 2020 version of the CNE it’s cancelled

No summer in Toronto is complete with a trip to the CNE, but according to the mayor, the chances of the fair happening this year is “unlikely”.  On Tuesday morning, Mayor John Tory said in an interview with CP24 that the Canadian National Exhibition probably won’t be taking place at the end …

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Canadians Could Need Appointments To Work Out At GoodLife When It Reopens

The gym hopes it’ll be safe to reopen in July. Staying at home hasn’t been easy for some, including gym bunnies. But in just a few months’ time, it seems like there could be good news for GoodLife fitness members in the country. Keeping current measures in place, CEO David …

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70% of Ontario’s COVID-19 patients have now recovered

Ontario appears to be benefiting from our seven weeks of relative lockdown, as the number of new COVID-19 cases announced in the past 24 hours is yet again relatively low. The province has seen an increase of 387 coronavirus patients since 10:30 a.m. on May 4, which equates to a rise of …

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Doug Ford says Ontario getting close to reopening parks and curbside retail

With the weather warming up and online deliverytaking way too long, everyone wants to know when we can get our retail therapy fix and bask in the spring sunshine. While he didn’t give any definitive answer, Premier Doug Ford hinted on Monday that Ontario might see its parks reopen and retail allow for curbside …

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Canada’s New Distracted Driving Laws To Take Effect May. 10, 2020

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 May 10, 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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