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Doug Ford plans to extend Ontario’s state of emergency until June 30

The province-wide state of emergency that was meant to expire on June 2 will once again be extended, it seems — this time until Canada Day. Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s government is set to ask the legislature on Tuesday to extend the current state of emergency for another 28 days, all the way up until …

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Dangerous Chemical Has Been Found In Tim Hortons Coffee And Food In Canada

Tim Hortons has not had a good year. First, the once-favourite coffee and donut chain suffered a humilating plummet in a national reputation ranking. Soon after, social media erupted in criticism for some of Tim Hortons latest novelty items. Then, last week, the company seized four franchises from an owner who spoke out …

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Tim Hortons In Canada Will Be Handing Out Free Face Masks With Drive Thru Orders In June

So will McDonald’s and A&W locations! As if you needed more of a reason to head to Tim Hortons. On May 29, Health Minister Tyler Shandro announced that Tim Hortons in Canada, McDonald’s, and A&W drive-thrus will be dishing out free face masks to their customers. The distribution of the …

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Planning a Canadian vacation? Some provinces may be off limits. Here’s what you need to know

Shutting provincial borders to fellow Canadians a concern for legal experts, travellers This summer, many Canadians may choose to explore their own country due to closed borders and concerns about contracting COVID-19 while travelling abroad.  “People will be sticking closer to home, going out in the cars because they [have] control. It’s …

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Videos Show The Whale Jumping Out Of The Water Right By The Old Port

2020 is full of surprises. The humpback whale making its way through the Saint Lawrence River has been the talk of the town for the past 24 hours. With good reason of course, as this isn’t something us city go-ers see every day. And now, there’s footage of the whale spotted …

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11 Hilarious TikToks That Show How Much Canadians Missed Winners & HomeSense (VIDEO)

Canadians have been eagerly waiting to get back to their favourite stores. With Winners reopening in Ontario and Quebec, people are already going pretty nuts, and lining up outside the doors. Some have even shared their experiences and feelings on TikTok. When the iconic Canadian discount store closed along with HomeSense (another …

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Drive-in movie theatres are finally allowed to open in Ontario

We may not be able to hit up Scotiabank Theatre anytime soon, but starting Sunday, we’ll be able to catch a flick in drive-in movie theatres across Ontario.  The province has announced that outdoor big screens can resume business starting Sunday.  Most drive-in movie theatres near Toronto have been gearing up for …

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This is what the protests for George Floyd looked like in cities across Canada

The protests that erupted in Minneapolis over the death of George Floyd after a police officer kneeled on his neck for nearly nine minutes have spawned demonstrations across the continent over the last week. In Canada, people in cities like Vancouver, Toronto and Halifax have taken to the streets to call for an end to …

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Most Canadians want US border to stay closed: study

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced last week that the Canada-US border closure would be extended by another month, but some Canadians don’t think that is nearly long enough. The current closure is set to expire on June 21 — far too soon for the majority of respondents to a recent Angus Reid …

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Alberta’s Banff Gondola & Skywalk Just Announced Their Opening Dates For The Summer

These gems are yours to explore this summer. As Canada’s favourite destinations start opening their doors, tons of fun spots are popping back soon. You can return to these iconic Albertan sites again this summer and get back to filling out that bucket list. Legendary sites like the Banff Gondola and the …

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