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Raptors’ dominant Game 5 win puts them into second round

The Raptors are moving on. After an upsetting start to the series, Toronto showed what they were made of and closed out the Orlando Magic in blowout fashion by winning Game 5 at home 115-96. The win marks the first time in franchise history that the Raptors have won four …

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Everything We Know About The New Statutory Holiday In Canada

“National Truth and Reconciliation Day” In February of this year, the Heritage Committee of the House of Commons passed a bill that would establish a new statutory holiday in Canada. “National Truth and Reconciliation Day,” would, according to the text of Bill C-369, “seek to honour Survivors, their families, and communities, and ensure …

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Warning: Snow And Freezing Rain Expected In These Canadian Provinces Today

Spring is a lie. This Spring has really shown Canadians that Mother Nature is the boss, and she doesn’t run on our schedule, as much as we would like her to.  Even though we’re well into April, and May is on the horizon, there are still provinces in Canada that are under …

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The Government Of Canada Just Posted Over 85,000 Summer Jobs For Young Canadians

Look no further if you’re looking to make that bread. It’s official, today, the Canadian government has unveiled its job availabilities list for Canada’s Summer Jobs Program. Since 2015, Canada’s Summer Jobs Program has provided meaningful employment opportunities for over 70,000 young Canadians per year.  Starting today, young Canadians from sea …

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Philippines President Threatens Canada With War For Using Their Land As A “Dump Site”

The President of the Philippines is giving the phrase “trash talk” a whole new meaning.  The President of the Philippines is giving the phrase “trash talk” a whole new meaning.  Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte warned that the Southeast Asian nation plans to “go to war” with Canada unless the country takes …

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Ontario Man Wanted For Drugging, Sexually Assaulting And Holding An 18-Year-Old Against Their Will

A 43-year-old man is wanted by Toronto Police on five separate charges. Toronto Police are now asking for the public’s assistance in locating an Ontario man wanted for drugging and sexually assaulting an 18-year-oldin the city’s downtown core in March. According to police, officers first launched an investigation into the accused on …

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Free Comic Book Day returns to Toronto on May 4

Excelsior! With spring’s sunny and warm weather, it’s the perfect time to get lost in the world of comic books and the 18th annual Free Comic Book Day is going to make sure you’re not only catching up on everything superhero, but that you’re doing it for free. Comic fans both young …

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The Leafs play their most important game since 1993 tonight

It’s not hard to hype up a Game 7. It sells itself. But for the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight in Boston, it means just a little bit more. Facing the Bruins in Game 7 for the second consecutive season and the third time in six years, another loss would be …

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Gas Prices Across Canada Will Rise “Dramatically” Tomorrow, Here’s Why

It looks like we’ll be walking. If you haven’t filled up your tank, you might want to consider doing it today. Starting tomorrow, gas prices in Canada will rise “dramatically” and it doesn’t look good. According to a senior petroleum analyst from GasBuddy, prices are going to reach a new high starting …

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Health officials confirm measles outbreak in York Region

York Region Public Health has confirmed a measles outbreak in the York Region and the public may have been exposed to the virus at three locations. The sites of potential exposure to measles are at the following locations: Fountain Medical and Wellness Centre (including the Rexall Pharmacy and waiting areas for Advanced Cardiology, …

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