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Toronto’s Newest Skyscaper Will Be Completely Covered In Trees (PHOTOS)

Toronto’s newest residential tower will be lined with greenery on its balconies and roof. Cristianzamfir | Dreamstime.com This article was originally published in February 2019. Toronto’s urban canopy is already home to over 10 million trees, which currently envelops 26% of the city’s surface area.  Mayor John Tory, however, has bigger …

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Tim Hortons Employees Claim That Canadians Are Using The Drive Thru Completely Wrong

Here are some tips on how to do it the right way. Photopal604 This article was originally published in January 2019. There are over 3,500 Tim Hortons restaurants in Canada, meaning that at any given moment, there are thousands of Canadians going through a Tim Hortons drive-thru. As it turns out, though, Tim Hortons …

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This 8.2 KM Hike In BC Will Lead You To A Hidden Crystal Blue Lake

You have to see this gorgeous spot in BC 🗻 adventurewiththetwin Hikers and outdoor adventurers in BC probably already know about Century Sam Lake in the Comox Valley. This glacier-fed lake is a total gem on Vancouver Island and the water is simply amazing. Whether you think it’s emerald green or turquoise blue …

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This is how much money you need to make to live alone in Toronto in 2019

Ah, Toronto. It seems you can’t go too long before reading about how overpriced the city is, especially for renters. Young people living in the city are finding it severely unaffordable, and for good reason. Rent is also expected to rise by 11% in 2019, and who knows how bad the real …

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The Northern Lights Will Actually Be Visible In Southern Ontario Tonight

With the Northern Lights mainly being a Northern phenomenon, most Southern Canadians have come to terms that they just aren’t a sight that you will be able to see in your hometown. However, due to an unexpected geomagnetic storm, tonight might be your lucky night.  You’ll actually be to see …

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Ontario Bars And Restaurants Are Finally Allowed To Serve Alcohol At 9 AM Every Day

A number of significant changes to regulations under Ontario’s Liquor Licence Act took effect last week, including when and how restaurants, bars, and golf courses can sell alcohol. Liquor sales licensees and manufacturers are officially permitted to sell and serve alcohol earlier than ever, every day of the week. Previously, alcohol couldn’t …

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Canada Just Ranked Second In The World For The Most Cocaine Use, According To A Global Drug Survey

Canada is known to be the best at a lot of things. We’re ranked as being one of the happiest countries, one of the most beautiful countries and even one of the best countries in the world for mental health. However, Canada was just ranked second in another recent study, …

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The Philippines Is Now Forcing Diplomatic Representatives Out Of Canada Over The Garbage Dispute

As tensions rise amidst the ongoing Philippines Canada garbage dispute, the international relationship between the Philippines and Canada is becoming even more strained.  The Philippines is now recalling diplomatic representatives out of Canada, CBCreports. Under the leadership of President Rodrigo Duterte, the Philippines announced that the country would be recalling its ambassador …

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Parts Of Alberta Are At ‘Extreme’ Risk Of Fire Danger As The Province Battles ‘Out Of Control’ Wildfire (PHOTO)

Wildfire season has, unfortunately, already begun in Canada, and it’s been growing. Alberta is one of the provinces, among others including BC, that is currently battling several active wildfires and has been at risk of fire danger for several days. As of now, Alberta is currently facing a wildfire risk with 23 …

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