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Canada ranked the second best country in the world

Living abroad may sound appealing when bone-chillingly cold Canada is all you’ve ever known, but a new report suggests Canada is actually the second best country in the world.  The 2020 Best Countries Report, a ranking and analysis project by U.S. News & World Report, BAV Group and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, evaluates the perceptions …

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February expected to be much colder than January in Toronto

Toronto has been blessed with a pretty decent mid-winter this time around, as far as weather is concerned, with two record-breaking high temperatures posted in the past three weeks alone. But we’re not in the clear just yet — far from it, according to meteorologists. “Looking ahead to the final 10 days of the month, the warm pattern …

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Canada’s New Distracted Driving Laws To Take Effect Feb. 1, 2020

Police sources have confirmed that Canada’s new driving laws, which received royal assent earlier this year, will officially take effect in every province on Feb. 1, 2020. Drivers convicted of distracted driving under the new laws will be punished with a licence suspension, a hefty fine and demerit points. The severity of …

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Ontario Is Going To Get Hit With A Massive Snow Dump Of 40 cm This Weekend

It’s looking like we might have to wait until the end of the month to finally get some good Ontario weekend weather. The province is in for another brutal weekend of weather with some areas expected to be hit by 40 centimetres of snow. The weather is expected to also impact travel …

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Alberta Will Be One Of The Coldest Places On Earth Tomorrow

Helllooooo, Alberta! Let’s all take a deep breath of that crisp, refreshing air that comes with being one of the coldest places on Earth. On second thought, maybe don’t. Maybe wait until you don’t have to worry about your windpipe freezing shut first. According to The Weather Network, Edmonton might break a …

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Canada Will Be Literally Colder Than Siberia And Mars This February

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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An Earthquake Struck South Of Montreal This Morning But Everyone Thought It Was A Snowplow

Were you woken up by some strange rumbling this morning? If so, you weren’t imagining anything and it wasn’t a parade of snowplows, either. An earthquake actually struck just south of Montreal this morning and tons of people have taken to twitter to ask the same question… “Was that an earthquake?” And …

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A Butter Tart Store Just Opened In Toronto And It’s The Most Canadian Bakery Ever

There are several things that our beautiful country prides itself on: hockey, maple syrup, ketchup chips, and bagged milk, to name a few! One of our very favourite national delicacies is the scrumptious butter tart. And when it comes to butter tarts, there are two types of people in Canada …

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Lunenburg Nova Scotia might be the most colourful coastal town in Canada

Lunenburg Nova Scotia is known for being a sought-after tourist destination only one hour from Halifax. This colourful coastal town and UNESCO World Heritage Site is as picturesque in the winter time as it is during the summer. View this post on Instagram Old town Lunenburg with a dusting of the white stuff on top. …

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Emergency alert about Pickering Nuclear Generating Station sent by mistake

An Emergency Alert about a situation at the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station near Toronto was sent in error to millions of people in Ontario early this morning. The Province of Ontario Emergency Bulletin warned of an incident at the power generating station that “applies to people within ten (10) kilometres” …

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