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Two Girls Are Missing In Saskatchewan & Police Are Asking For Help To Find Them

The girls are 12 and 13 years old. Police in Saskatchewan are appealing to the public for help. Two girls are missing in Regina and officials say there is concern for their wellbeing. In a notice shared on September 27, Regina Police confirmed that Anika Groff and Gracie Crane were missing. The two girls …

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Kraft Dinner Is Releasing Pumpkin Spice KD In Canada & They Swear It’s Not A Joke

There’s an exclusive wait list! 🤯😂 The fall season has well and truly been shaken up. Pumpkin Spice Kraft Dinner is coming to Canada and it’s being described as a “spicy cheesy treat.” You’ll have to be quick though — this fall meal is limited to just 1,000 boxes! Pumpkin spice is …

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An Ontario School Board Will Hire You To Be A Teacher Even If You’re Not A Teacher

One school district in Ontario is taking an unconventional approach to fill its supply teacher shortage. The Algoma District School Board (ADSB) in Sault St. Marie has put up a job posting that invites “unqualified” adults to apply, even without education certificates. “Applications are invited from interested community members for unqualified Emergency Occasional Teachers …

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9 Adorable Small Towns You Need To Visit Near Ottawa This Fall

Explore cobblestone streets and relax at a Nordik spa. 🍂💧 The capital is a beautiful place to be in any season, but it’s nice to plan a little escape every now and then. So, if you’re looking to switch things up this fall, you have to check out these nine …

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Ryan Reynolds using his own salary to hire BIPOC staff for new film

Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds is using his own salary to hire BIPOC crew members for his new Netflix film. He’s created a program called the Group Effort Initiative that will bring on 10 to 20 trainees from historically marginalized groups. The application process is open to anyone over the age …

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Canada ranked most accepting country in the world for migrants

Canada just ranked the most-accepting country in the world for migrants, beating out the U.S., Iceland, Australia and about 140 other countries by a healthy margin. Canada was awarded an impressive score of 8.46 out of 9 on Gallup’s Migrant Acceptance Index. Iceland, which came in second, finished with 8.41. New …

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Canada’s Record-Breaking New Tower Is Officially Being Built In Toronto Right Now (VIDEO)

Toronto’s skyline is soaring to new heights as construction begins for Canada’s tallest building for residential units — specifically, luxury condos. Work is underway on the jaw-dropping new tower at 1 Yonge Street, according to Toronto Storeys. The structure, called the SkyTower, is one of several developments being built by Pinnacle International right now. The …

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Health Officials In Canada Have Ordered A Nationwide Recall Of Chicken Infected With Salmonella

Check your fridge! On damp fall days like today, one just wants to curl up on the couch on a blanket, heat up a freezer dinner, and enjoy one of the many scary movies on Netflix. But you may want to think twice before you preheat the oven to heat up your favourite …

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Canada Hit 150K Total COVID-19 Cases & Almost Half Of Them Are In 1 Province

20,000 of those are from September alone. Another grim milestone. Canada’s total COVID-19 cases are officially over 150,000 and almost half of those are in one province.  As of 7 p.m. ET on September 25, Canada has seen 150,456 total cases of COVID-19.  Quebec makes up almost half of the country’s total, with 70,307 …

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Statistics Canada Is Hiring Across The Country & You Just Need To Know How To Use A Mouse

Do you know how to use a mouse? That’s one of the requirements for these government of Canada jobs that are being filled right now and you basically need no experience. If you get the job, you would be helping out with the 2021 census. Statistics Canada is hiring for 72 administrative assistant positions …

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