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Home prices in Canada expected to drop in 2021 due to COVID-19

Despite the pandemic’s negative effect on Canada’s economy, home prices increased this summer. Come 2021, though, prices for homes across the country are expected to fall.  As provincial economies reopened and people became more comfortable buying and selling under social distance rules, home sales surged. In fact, demand exceeded supply, driving prices …

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An Ontario Casting Call Will Pay You Up To $300 A Day To Star In A Haunted Television Show

They’re seeking lookalikes and actors to play ghosts. đź‘» Calling all spooky people! An Ontario casting call is seeking actors for an upcoming season of a haunted show and you could get paid up to $300 a day if you have the right look. Haunted Hospitals is filming in Hamilton and you could be …

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This Canadian city is known as the Slurpee Capital of the World

For some, Slurpees bring back memories of walking to the local 7-Eleven with friends to load up on sugar and, basically, ruin your dinner — but only one place in Canada can call itself the Slurpee Capital of the World. -50?!?! Its too cold for a @7eleven slurpee! – no #winnipeg citizen ever pic.twitter.com/QcHHPSx5Pf— …

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Toronto declares first outbreak of COVID-19 at elementary school

One teacher and nearly 40 students are self-isolating at home, where they will remain for 14 days, under the direction of Toronto Public Health officials due to the city’s first school-related outbreak of COVID-19. Toronto Medical Officer of Health Dr. Eileen de Villa announced the news during a press conference at city hall Friday afternoon, …

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Calgary Is Actually Going To Get A Snow-Free October For Once

We deserve this. Finally, some good news from Mother Nature! Fall weather in Calgary usually means snowfall earlier than most of us would like. Luckily, the long-range forecast is showing the city as snow-free until November. But let’s be real, it’s Calgary and we know the forecast can change in a hot …

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Drivers And Passenger In Canada Can Be Fined Up To $1,500 For Wearing Airpods While Driving

The rules are different in every province. Each province has its own law that defines distracted driving and the specific criminal actions it constitutes. So, to clarify, we’ve compiled below rules about driving with earpieces and headsets in each province in Canada. This list does is not a substitute for legal advice. Note …

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Ontario Orders All Strip Clubs To Shut Back Down Starting At Midnight

Bars and restaurants will also be closing earlier. Ford is putting his foot down. On Friday, the province announced that all Ontario strip clubs have been mandated to close starting at midnight. At least two strip clubs have reported outbreaks of COVID-19 since stage 3 began earlier this summer. Bars, restaurants, and nightclubs have …

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Canada’s Holiday Train Is Cancelled For The First Time In Over 20 Years

There’s a plan B for holiday festivities this year. Here’s another COVID-19 loss. Unfortunately, this year’s CP Holiday Train has officially been cancelled and it’s the first time in more than 20 years that the festive celebration hasn’t run across the country. However, there is an alternative plan to still have some …

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You can get a COVID-19 test at a pharmacy in Ontario starting today

Starting today, residents of Ontario can seek COVID-19 testing at up to 60 Shoppers Drug Mart, Rexall and independent pharmacy locations across the province. The Ontario government introduced the initiative as a way to relieve some of the pressure on COVID-19 assessment centres where residents have reported waiting in lineups for as long as …

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Canada’s magical Christmas train cancelled for the first time in 21 years

Plans for the annual Canadian Pacific Holiday Train have gone digital. For the first time in 21 years, the train will not run during the Christmas holiday. According to Canadian Pacific, due to the ongoing pandemic, they will donate to food banks in communities along its network and host a virtual …

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