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Niagara Falls will glow red to honour Nova Scotia shooting victims

Niagara Falls will glow red tonight to honour the victims of the Nova Scotia shootings that took place last weekend. “Niagara Falls will be illuminated red tonight from 8 p.m. to midnight as a symbol of bi-national support as Canadians from coast to coast to coast honour the victims of the senseless …

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Nova Scotia RCMP Are Telling Residents To Stay Inside After Reports Of Shots Fired

An emergency alert was sent out this time. This has got to be scary. A Nova Scotia emergency alert has been issued after police received reports of shots fired in two different locations in the province. Police are on the scene and investigating. During the afternoon on April 24, Nova Scotia RCMP …

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Toronto just broke a 25-year temperature record for cold weather

Toronto residents have been staying home and practicing social distancing for more than a month now, and the chilly spring weather has made doing so just a little bit easier.  The weather has been so frigid, in fact, that the city actually broke a record this week for the longest period with a maximum …

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GM Canada will start producing 1 million face masks each month

General Motors (GM) Canada is retooling part of their Oshawa plant to start producing one million face masks each month, according to a press release published on Friday. The company says that the shift in production will “help Canada meet the urgent need for face masks for health care professionals and …

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Justin Trudeau announces small businesses in Canada with get 75% of their rent covered

Small and medium businesses across Canada can expect to have their rent lowered by 75 per cent for the months of April, May and June, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced today. Trudeau provided more details of the Canada Commercial Rent Assistance program launched last week that will see rents lowered for small and …

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Ontario Now Has More Recovered Cases Of COVID-19 Than Active Cases

The province has 7,087 recovered cases. Ontario’s newest daily update of COVID-19 numbers comes with a little bit of good news. According to the most recent data from Friday morning, there are currently more recoveries than there are active cases of COVID-19 in Ontario. The news comes as the province …

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Canada Just Declare State Of Emergency In These Provinces

Canada has officially declare for at least two weeks in widespread business closures and social distancing in these provinces:  New Brunswick, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,Manitoba, Ontario. There is no given date for when the provinces will be completely re-opened, and they will be doing so gradually. Premier ministre. Justin Trudeau announced …

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Drinking Alcohol Can Make You ‘More Susceptible’ To COVID-19 Says Ottawa Public Health

They’re answering Canada’s biggest questions about COVID-19 and alcohol. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, Canadians have had so many questions about the disease. Thankfully, Ottawa Public Health is on hand to help us out. In a recent statement, health experts have answered some of our biggest …

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Half of the independent restaurants in Canada don’t expect to survive unless they get rent relief

Stay in the loop Sign up for our free email newsletter. Unsubscribe anytime or contact us for details.ShareTweetSave this Article It’s no secret that restaurants across the country are struggling amid the pandemic thanks to forced closures and social distancing measures, and it seems many of those businesses won’t be able to survive the …

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Canada Is Now Going To Dish Out $3,200 Fines Because People Aren’t Social Distancing

“You give us no choice.” Due to the current pandemic, health officials and governments have had to put in place a number of COVID-19 rules. While, for the most part, people have been doing what they’re told, there are still some who aren’t following protocol. Because of this, bylaw officers …

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