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Toronto is expected to be hit with its third weekend storm in a row

Toronto may still be struggling to clean up after the significant winter storm that hit the city this past Saturday, but it seems we’re in for even more snow by the time the weekend rolls around again.  According to a blog post published by The Weather Network earlier today, “another poorly timed system could …

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Canada is officially banning military-style rifles and assault weapons

Canada is now taking steps to strengthen gun control and ban military-style rifles and assault weapons. Addressing reporters in Winnipeg this morning, Justin Trudeau said that the Canadian government will be taking “immediate steps” in the coming weeks to ban assault weapons. The Prime Minister said that strengthening gun control …

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This is what Canadians want the new 5 dollar bill to look like

Ever since the Bank of Canada announced that the five dollar bill would be getting a makeover, Canadians have been dreaming up some design options for the new bank note.  Some of these ideas could actually come to fruition as the Bank of Canada is looking for input from the public on who should …

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This is what Newfoundland looks like after record-breaking snowstorm

Newfoundland is still reeling after an unprecedented winter storm dropped nearly a metre of snow on Friday amid massive waves and hurricane-level winds over 150 km/h. During the official state of emergency, all businesses were shut and roads were completely closed to traffic (even plows), leading residents to come up with more creative ways to get around.  Social …

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Today Is Blue Monday & It’s Officially The Most Depressing Day Of The Year

If you’ve woken up this morning feeling a little down, a little grumpy, and just generally a little more “blue” than you usually do, you’re apparently not alone. In fact, today is Blue Monday. It’s officially recognized as the most depressing day of the whole year for everyone. The unofficial holiday, which …

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Newfoundland declares state of emergency as historic snowstorm ravages province

After the West Coast of the country got walloped by a “snowmageddon” of proportions rarely seen in the region, the East Coast is now saying “hold my beer.” Parts of Newfoundland are officially in a state of emergency as a winter storm bringing a shocking 70+ cm of snow, 9-12 m waves and winds over …

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Canadians are posting photos of snow doors online and the images are shocking

A blizzard is wreaking havoc through parts of Newfoundland and people are starting to post photos of ‘snow doors’, showing just how much snow has already accumulated. So this is how it ends…buried alive lol pic.twitter.com/X9t1H8NrIv— Ernie Powell (@etrevorpowell) January 17, 2020 Avalon Peninsula, Clarenville and vicinity, and Bonavista Peninsula are all getting …

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Canada Will Hit With Life-Threatening -70°C Wind Chills Next Week

Canada’s northern regions are going to face the wrath of a polar vortex that will cause wind chills to plummet to as low as -70 C. Yes, -70.  Such temperatures make those regions of Canada colder than Mars, which has an average annual temperature of around -62 C. Via The Weather Network Environment Canada has …

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13 Photos & Videos Of Newfoundland Getting Totally Buried By The Blizzard (VIDEO)

Right now, Newfoundland is in the midst of a full-on blizzard. Tons of snow and gusting winds are leaving the province completely buried. Newfoundland’s blizzard has become so extreme that a state of emergency was declared, and people have photos and video to show why. The city of St. John’s officially declared a …

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Canada Is Home To Almost All Of The Top 15 Coldest Places On Earth Right Now

It’s been a chilly start to the decade across the nation. Almost every province has experienced some sort of “extreme cold” temperature warning since the new year began. While there have been many official cautions and weather advisories in place this week alone, it’s somehow still surprising that almost all …

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