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This skydeck in Ontario comes with unreal views of fall colours

Fall colours will be appearing soon so you’re going to want to take full advantage of the most colourful time of year, and escape to some of Ontario’s most scenic gems. Located in the rural community of Lansdowne, this charming town is home…

An Ontario Lottery Winner Drove 10 Hours To Claim His $65 Million Prize In Toronto

How long would you drive for $65 million? For the latest Lotto Max jackpot winner, the answer is apparently 10 hours. Canada’s newest millionaire made the long haul to Toronto to claim his prize. Hearst, Ontario resident James Wickman is the…

Ford says fines for violating gathering limits in Ontario will be highest in Canada

People in Ontario have been waiting to hear how gathering limits in the province might change in response to the recent spike in new COVID-19 cases, and though Premier Doug Ford hasn’t announced the big news yet, he did have a message for people who…

Canada-U.S. border closure to be extended yet again

The Canada-U.S. border closure is being extended once again, so if you’ve been biding your time making getaway plans for when it finally opens up again, you’ll want to put them on hold. The current intercountry ban was scheduled to be up in just…

An Entire Class Is Self-Isolating After An Ontario Student Tested Positive For COVID-19

Back to school didn’t last long for some students. An entire class is now self-isolating after a COVID-19 case in Markhamwas reported at a public school.  The student who tested positive reportedly attended Little Rouge Public School for two full days.…

A Floating Movie Theatre Is Coming To Toronto & You Can Watch From Your Own Boat

Leave your cars behind, because you’ll be able to boat your way into this new movie theatre experience. A totally unique floating cinema in Toronto is opening and you can watch films from your own social-distance boat. Hosted by Beyond Cinema, Floating…

This is how bagged milk came to Canada and why it might be here forever

If you don’t already know, bagged milk is just one of the many things that is associated with Canada. While our neighbours to the south often find this pretty strange, people in Quebec, Ontario, and the maritime provinces are used…

BC Has More Active COVID-19 Cases Than Alberta Right Now

There are thousands between the two provinces. It’s not a contest, but if it were, there’s a clear winner here because Alberta has fewer active COVID-19 cases than B.C. As of September 14, Alberta had 1,491 active cases and on Tuesday, September 15 their…

Canada Got A Win After The United States Backed Down On Tariffs

“Canada welcomes this decision.” The nation pulled out a significant victory today in a dispute with its neighbour to the south. Aluminum tariffs imposed on Canada by the United States were dropped by the current administration. The decision came hours before Canada…

Vancouver Is Now Back To Having The Worst Air Quality In The World

Well, we hoped that today would have brought a little clearer sky to the city. As of Monday afternoon, Vancouver has retaken the top spot for the worst air quality in the world. The ranking comes from the Swiss-based website IQAir,…