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Mosquitoes Carrying West Nile Have Been Discovered In Ontario

With the wet and rainy summer that Ontario has been having the past few months, it comes as no surprise that mosquitoes are plaguing the province. However, while their bites usually just cause a small irritation, the region of Peel is warning that mosquitoes carrying West Nile have just been discovered …

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TTC electrical employees calling for mass strikes and free transit to ‘bring down’ Doug Ford

The electrical workers of the TTC, CUPE Local 2, are calling for a free public transit and a campaign of mass strikes and protests meant to “bring down Doug Ford.” “No one should have to pay for transit,” reads a public letter the union shared on their social media. Canadian Union …

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You can take the train from Toronto to Niagara Falls for just $18 right now

Looking for a last-minute (perhaps long weekend) getaway? Well, you’re in luck because VIA Rail is offering $18 one-way tickets from Toronto to Niagara Falls as part of their Discount Tuesday deal. All you have to do is head to the VIA Rail website and search for their lowest fares option for …

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Two Ontario Zoos Just Got Ranked Among The Most “Cruel And Outdated” In The World

Is it finally time to reform the activities at Canadian zoos? A new report from global animal charity World Animal Protection says yes, it is. The zoos surveyed were all linked to the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA), a global umbrella organization for zoos and wildlife attraction destinations. Two …

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Canadian Armed Forces Officially Called In To Help Catch 2 Teen Murder Suspects

Police are continuing to search for the two Port Alberni teenagers who are wanted for three murders. Now, to aid in the investigation it has been announced that the Canadian Armed Forces have joined the RCMP in the search.  The two men remain on the loose but are believed to be hiding …

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Packaged Cheese Slices Recalled In Ontario Due To Listeria Contamination Risk

If you recently purchased Ryki brand gouda cheese slices, immediately dispose of them or return them to the store where you purchased them, as they may be contaminated with Listeria. For this cheese recall, Ontariois the only province where the product was sold. Polish Trade Centre Ltd. recalled this product on …

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Mother arrested after screaming baby rescued from hot car in Richmond Hill: police

A woman was arrested after police say they rescued her “screaming” one-year-old baby boy from a hot car in Richmond Hill over the weekend. According to York Regional Police, on Sunday, July 21, around 8 pm, officers were called to the parking lot of a pharmacy located at 9275 Bayview …

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Tick that makes people allergic to red meat spotted in Ontario

A veterinary clinic in southern Ontario is sounding the alarm after discovering a rare tick known to cause a meat allergy in humans. The Oakridge Animal Clinic in London, Ont. said a woman recently brought in a Lone Star tick that had been found on her cat. The clinic added …

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New Study Shows That Voters Don’t Want Trudeau OR Scheer To Win The Next Election

A new report indicates that the Conservatives are ahead, but only marginally. With the Canadian federal election only 91 short days away, a new seat projection from the Laurier Institute for the Study of Public Opinion and Policy (LISPOP) has suggested that if the vote were to be held today, many Canadians …

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Oysters recalled due to marine biotoxin capable of causing paralysis: CFIA

Certain Pacific oysters are being recalled from the marketplace due to a marine biotoxin that is capable of causing Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning. Consumers should not consume the recalled products described below, which have been sold in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario. CFIA There have been no reported illnesses associated with the consumption of these products. Still, you should …

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