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Canadians Are Officially Going To Be Paying More For Hydro Starting Next Week

The bills will be rising with inflation. New changes to electricity bills in Canada are coming into effect , and prices are going up for households and small businesses. The Energy Board in Canada just announced that Canada hydro bills will be increasing with the rise of inflation starting on May 1. …

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The increase of new COVID-19 cases in Canada is slowing down dramatically

The Public Health Agency of Canada released federal modelling today that outlines exactly what has happened throughout the pandemic so far and where we can expect to be in the future, and it’s a mix of good and bad news.  The good news is that the growth of the epidemic in …

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Shocking photos and videos show Fort McMurray in Alberta totally flooded

Residents of Alberta oil settlement Fort McMurray and the surrounding area are having to evacuate their homes this week for the second time in just a few years. While the natural disaster the community of around 111,000 residents — many of them temporary, there working at the tar sands — faced in 2016 was a rampant wildfire, …

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Shoppers Drug Mart Has Officially Started Selling Cannabis In Canada

Shoppers Drug Mart has officially made marijuana available to residents in Canada. The new addition to the marijuana industry comes in the form of Shoppers Drug Mart officially entering the market as of today. The popular pharmacy chain store has been preparing for months in anticipation of becoming a medical …

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JustinTrudeau Just Announces Pay Raise For Essential Frontline Workers In Canada

Justin Trudeau has just announced a pay raise that should affect about 950,000 workers dealing with the pandemic. Provincials workers will be earning $2 more per hour for the next 16 weeks, and full-time workers will receive a $250 lump sum each month. That means those putting in an average 40-hour work …

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Tim Hortons is releasing a Nova Scotia Strong donut and all proceeds go to charity

Tim Hortons is launching a Nova Scotia Strong donut, and 100 per cent of the proceeds will go toward the Canadian Red Cross Stronger Together Nova Scotia Fund. On Sunday, the Canadian coffee giant shared a heartwarming clip of Nova Scotia natives and NHL stars Sidney Crosby and Nathan MacKinnon talking about …

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Canadians who quit their jobs will need to pay back their CERB payments

If you recently quit your job and you’re wondering if you’re eligible for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB), there’s some bad news for you: technically, you aren’t. The CERB is available to Canadians that have lost their income as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, including contract workers, gig workers, part-time workers, seasonal …

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Toronto Raptors might be reopening their practice facility this week

Given that the only major live sports event in months was last week’s NFL draft — which saw record viewership — fans of all the most prominent leagues have been getting desperate, waiting patiently (and suffering while they do so) for some news about when any type of gaming action might eventually return. For basketball fans, there’s a …

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Canadian Flag Projected On Switzerland’s Iconic Mountain Is A Show Of Global Love (PHOTO)

That’s a mountain of support. The international community is coming together to take on a common cause. Countries are even showing love for each other in big ways. Switzerland recently lit up the Matterhorn with the Canadian flag and it was a beautiful tribute. On April 25, the mountain village of Zermatt, …

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5 employees at Costco in Vaughan test positive for COVID-19 but store remains open

5 employees at Costco in Vaughan test positive for COVID-19 but store remains open Stay in the loop Sign up for our free email newsletter. Unsubscribe anytime or contact us for details.ShareTweetSave this Article A busy Costco store in Vaughan, Ontario, just north of Toronto, is coming under heavy criticism today for remaining open despite …

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