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It’s expected to feel like 47°C in Toronto this week

Brace yourselves, Toronto. The summer heat has arrived. And by that, we mean hitting the city really soon. According to The Weather Network, it’s expected to feel like over 47°C for a few days in Toronto this week. The warmest day will be Friday, when the high is expected to reach  …

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Parts Of Southern Ontario Will Feel Like 45°C This Week & “Jungle-Like” Weather Is Expected

James Thomas | Unsplash Southern Ontarians are going to be feeling tropical vibes this week. According to The Weather Network, moisture from the remnants of hurricane Barry are expected to give southern Ontario weather a jungle-like atmosphere. Cities including Toronto, Ottawa, St. Catharines and London will see temperatures rise into the mid-30s, feeling …

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Trudeau Confirms Canada Will Ban Single Use Plastics By 2021

Plastic producers will be held responsible for recycling their own products. As it stands, one truckload of plastic is being dumped into the ocean EVERY MINUTE. About one-third of that plastic consists of single-use plastic like straws and takeout containers. Plastic pollution is becoming a growing concern for Canadians, and the …

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This 8.8 km Hike Will Lead You Past 3 Incredible Waterfalls In Ontario

You won’t believe the beauty of these powerful falls! Summer is in full-force in Ontario, and what better way to enjoy the longer days than a multi-waterfall hike with your BFF’s. If you’re down for a little walk, this 8.8 km trail will lead you past 3 beautiful Ontario waterfalls. Nestled …

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This 2.6 km Gorge Trail Near Ontario Will Take You To A Hidden Waterfall Swimming Hole

Swim next to a waterfall this summer! @[email protected]@hmgxo Are you often finding yourself unsure what to do with your time off this summer? Escape the city and invite your BFF to join you on an incredible hike. This 2.6 km gorge trail will take you to a hidden waterfall swimming hole …

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Krispy Kreme is offering a dozen doughnuts for $1 July 19

Start saving your loonies, Canada. Krispy Kreme is celebrating its birthday on July 19 and for the occasion, the chain of doughnut-makers is selling its signature original glazed doughnuts by the dozen for just $1. Per the fine print on the one-day-only promotion, you can take advantage of the $1 …

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$80,000 to be hidden in Toronto for a real-life treasure hunt this August

Who needs a summer job when you can simply track down a trove of treasure? Event production company ArsenalFX has put together a real-life treasure hunt called gold Rush for Torontonians this August, with plans to hide at least $80,000 somewhere within the city. Gold Rush will incorporate a short film …

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You Can Swim In These Gorgeous Hidden Rapids Just Outside Of Toronto

If you’re looking for a way to cool off in this crazy heat, then Cordova Lake might just be the perfect place. While the lake itself is a beautiful spot to swim and watch the sunset, it has so much more to offer. In the tucked-away areas where Cordova Lake …

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2 men wanted for alleged violent sexual assault in King Street condo

The Toronto police are looking for two men wanted for allegedly robbing and sexually assaulting a woman in a downtown condo this week. According to police, on Wednesday, July 10 at 12:45 am, a 19-year-old woman entered a condo building elevator in the King and Bathurst Street area. At this time, two men …

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Sleep aid recalled across Canada due to serious health risks

Nutrabolics Inc. is voluntarily recalling “Blackout,” a sleep-aid product, because it is labelled to contain a drug (L-tryptophan) at a prescription-strength dose, which may pose serious health risks. Blackout has not been authorized by Health Canada. Therefore, it has not been evaluated for safety, effectiveness, or quality. Prescription drugs should …

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