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Doug Ford Cancelled Canada Day Celebrations At Queen’s Park & Torontonians Are Outraged

Dennizn | Dreamstime fordnation | Twitter It has been a dodgy few days for Ontario’s Premier, Doug Ford. After announcing a major cabinet reshuffling on Thursday, then hiring and un-hiring several employees within 24 hours after accusations of nepotism, he has now angered Ontarians even more. Doug Ford has cancelled Canada Day …

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“Cancer-Causing” Chemical Found In Popular Cereals And Granola Bars

According to a new study from the Environmental Working Group. Photo 5489109 © Youlian – Dreamstime.com A new study from the Environmental Working Group (EWG) states that “major food companies like General Mills continue to sell popular children’s breakfast cereals and other foods contaminated with troubling levels of glyphosate, the cancer-causing ingredient …

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Marineland Claims They Are Exempt From Canada’s New Ban On Whale And Dolphin Captivity

Operations will continue, though not as they have in the past. Photo 70507847 © Valeale2014 – Dreamstime.com A few days ago, the Canadian Government passed what people have called the “Free Willy” bill. The law explicitly prohibits whale and dolphin captivity across Canada.  If you look at this bill in detail, …

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Canada Has Declared A National Climate Emergency

A vote in the House of Commons passed 186-63. Photo 85580906 © Pictureguy66 – Dreamstime.com Canada has officially declared a National Climate Emergency. The House of Commons voted on the matter late on Monday night. The motion, which passed 186-63, officially declares that climate change is an urgent crisis that affects the …

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Canadians Are Still Being Banned From The US For Life Due To Cannabis Use

As recreational marijuana became officially legal in Canada last year, it is surprising and potentially concerning to learn that yet another Canadian has been banned from the US for life after a 37-year-old marijuana possession conviction caused him to get stopped at the border. This will be the third Canadian reported to be banned …

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Canadian Passport Ranked One Of The Most Powerful In The Whole World In 2019

If you currently hold a Canadian passport, you actually hold one of the most powerful ones in the entire world! Passports all around the world were ranked for 2019, and Canada came out as one of the top countries. The Global Passport Power Rank 2019 has ranked the Canadian passport the …

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It’s expected to feel like 32°C in Toronto next week

Toronto weather has been, well, less than ideal this spring, even until its very last day. But that is finally about to change. As we have officially hit the first day of summer, Environment Canada has forecasted warm temperatures in the mid to high 20s, which will be accompanied by clear and sunny skies over …

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A Record Breaking Number Of Canadians Were Drafted To The NBA Last Night But None Of Them Went To The Raptors

Another historic night for Canadian basketball! rjbarrett | Instagram It was another ground-breaking night for Canadian basketball on Thursday, just one short week after the Toronto Raptors made history by winning their first ever NBA championship. As the 2019 NBA Draft took place at the Barclays Center in New York, it was a historic …

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Ontario fortune teller accused of defrauding client of $200,000

Halton Police/Twitter An Ontario woman working as a fortune teller has been charged after allegedly defrauding her client of $200,000. According to Halton Police, 23-year-old Cynthia Burt, who went by the alias Jasmine Burt or ‘Psychic Jasmine,’ advertised her services online and sometimes operated out of a storefront on Lakeshore Road in Oakville. …

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Environment Canada issues Special Weather Statement for Toronto

Here comes the rain again… and lots of it. So much so that Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Toronto for Thursday evening. According to the weather agency, “heavy precipitation” is expected late this afternoon and early evening. Environment Canada says a band of slow-moving precipitation has developed over …

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