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Boil Water Advisory Issued In Montreal Suburb Saint-Eustache Due To E. Coli Contamination

The Montreal suburb of Saint-Eustache is under a mandatory boil water advisorywhich was first issued on November 20, 2019. The notice on the city’s websiteexplains that the boil advisory is “currently in force throughout the territory,” after a water sample test came back positive for the presence of E. Coli bacteria. The …

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Someone just found a scorpion in a package of berries at Sobeys

Whoever said you should check your produce before purchasing it definitely had the right idea, because you truly never know what could be hiding in your fruit and veggies.  Jaelyn Ford and her roommate were shopping at a Saskatoon Sobeys when they noticed the tail of a scorpion poking out of a …

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Canada’s rail network was just shut down as CN workers go on strike

More than 3,000 unionized train operators have walked off the job today in Canada after failing to reach a new contract agreement with their employer, Canadian National Railway Co. CN, a publicly traded company, had been negotiating with workers represented by the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference for five months ahead …

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Police say phone scam callers now have OPP as call display

Phone call scams have seen a major surge in Canada in recent months, and it seems scammers just keep finding new ways to trick victims into handing over their money.  The latest development affects residents of Ontario directly, as it was just announced that scammers now have the ability to program call displays …

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Dozens arrested in India over phone scam operation targeting Canada

Police in India say they have shut down a “swanky international scam call centre targeting Canadian citizens” after months of increasingly frequent phone scams observed across the country. Thirty-two people, most of them in their 20s, have been arrested in connection with what authorities in West Delhi called a “fake international cheating call …

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10 incredible hot springs in Canada you need to visit at least once

Hot springs in Canada are a centuries-old form of rest and relaxation, and we’re lucky enough to have dozens of amazing sites to indulge at. Each hot spring has a unique blend of natural minerals as a result of natural geothermic activity under the earth’s crust — and they make for not only an …

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Woman caught on camera in racist tirade at Toronto bus stop

More shocking video footage of someone hurling racist insults at complete strangers in public has sadly emerged this week, once again proving that Toronto is not the idyllic multicultural society we all so long for it to be. Sufyaan Dayani, who graduated from York University earlier this year and still lives in …

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Eastern Canada Is In For An Extra Snowy Winter Which Could Mean More Flooding This Spring

The Weather Network has just released its Quebec Winter Weather forecast, which will hopefully help prepare us for the long, cold months ahead.  After a pretty historic opening to November, it looks like snow will continue to be the name of the game in Quebec. Not that snow comes as much …

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The Weather Network has released Canada’s winter weather forecast

Much of Canada is in for a “long, cold and snowy winter”, according to The Weather Network. The agency released its 2019-2020 Winter Forecast, which shows that the wild fall weather the country has had so far is a preview of our upcoming winter. Snowy and cold weather has already hit …

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Ontario’s Winter Forecast Was Just Announced & It’s Going To Be Long & Brutal

The Weather Network just came out with a seasonal forecast for the winter ahead and it’s looking like it’s going to be a long one. This unseasonably cold November is just a sneak peek of what is yet to come. Ontario’s winter forecast for 2020 is looking harsh, cold, and icy.   Cold …

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