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Why many Canadians support the Canada-U.S. border closure, despite the costs

A new poll found 90 per cent of respondents supported keeping the border closed to Americans Canadian support for keeping the border closed to Americans remains strong, despite a decline in new COVID-19 cases in the U.S. and a decimated tourism…

A Viral Video Shows An Anti-Mask Melt Down At A Calgary Fabric Store This Weekend

“Why don’t you people educate yourself?” The internet is going wild for a viral Calgary video that shows a woman refusing to wear a mask and disturbing customers. The Calgary Sun confirmed that the video, which has been posted on Twitter, was taken in a…

Six Canadian Provinces Have Now Been Affected By Smoke From The US Wildfires

So many Canadian cities have been concealed by smoke. 😰 If it’s looking a little hazy outside your window this morning, you’re not the only one. U.S. wildfire smoke has blown thousands of miles in multiple directions and it has now blanketed…

Ice Cream Was Just Recalled Across Canada Due To ‘Metal Particle’ Hazard

As Canadians are flocking to the store to stock up on their favourite ice cream, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning that multiple kinds of ice cream have been recalled in parts of Canada.   This recall comes after the CFIA…

Ontario Just Shut Down Again After COVID-19 Numbers Keep Getting Worse

The provincial government is preparing for the second wave as Ontario’s COVID-19 cases continue to rise.  In a press conference on Monday, Ford stated that his government was working towards a plan to keep Ontarians safe. This includes shutting down the province again . …

At least 19 international flights with COVID-19 have landed in Toronto this month

As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in Toronto and the province approaches its second wave, it seems international flights are still bringing brand new cases of the virus into the city.  According to the federal government’s non-exhaustive database of places recent travellers may have been…

The Sea To Sky Gondola Crashed Down Last Night After Someone Cut The Cable Again

One of B.C.’s most iconic tourism attractions is crippled again after someone cut the Sea to Sky gondola cable overnight, but luckily it appears no one has been injured as the operation wasn’t running at the time.  At about 4 a.m. on…

Canada’s Fall Forecast Just Dropped & Toasty Temperatures Are Expected Almost Everywhere

Fall is on the horizon, but there’s good news ahead. Canada’s fall forecast just dropped and the season is expected to be much warmer and milder than usual. Even better,  it’s expected to remain pleasant until November in some regions, which means…

The shortest international bridge in the world connects a Canadian to his backyard in NY

The shortest international bridge in the world is right here in Canada. Zavikon Island might sound like a kingdom in Game of Thrones, but the actual story of the island is even cooler. The island, located in Canada and the U.S., is…

Ottawa Just Got A Frost Advisory & It Could Be The Coldest September 14 In Almost 60 Years

Wrap up warm tonight, O-Town! Ottawa’s frost advisory warns that extra-low temperatures are heading for the city tonight. In fact, Monday could be the coldest September 14 in almost 60 years. On September 14, Environment Canada issued a frost advisory for the National Capital…