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You can kayak in a glacial lake in Canada

If you’re looking for an epic outdoor Canadian adventure to add to your bucket list, look no further. I'm a little late but here's a shot from an epic Sunday Funday glacier kayaking adventure #explorebc #explorecanada #glacierkayaking pic.twitter.com/N75UndkngX— Compass Heli Tours (@CompassHeli) June 13, 2017 A tour company out of …

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You can skate on a magical ice trail through a forest near Toronto this winter

Residents of the Toronto area had better get ready for the most perfect holiday activity since the Distillery District’s Christmas Market. Arrowhead Provincial Park — a dreamy getaway about two hours and forty minutes north of the city — has announced the dates for its yearly fire and ice nights, during which you can skate …

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Vancouver ranked 6th-best city in the world for drivers

A European car parts retailer has named Vancouver the sixth-best city in the world to be a driver. Mister Auto looked at driving infrastructure and congestion, road safety, and the costs associated with driving in hundreds of cities around the globe for its calculation. This week it released its rankings …

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Canada is getting its first bunny cafe

Canadian animal lovers will now have a brand new way to enjoy the pet cafe trend: instead of cats, you will soon be able to grab a beverage among bunnies. With the rampant success of cat cafes over the past few years, indie coffee shop and bar owners have been trying out all different types of ways …

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A strange howl was recorded by a hunter in Canada and it’s totally spooky

A video of some ultra-creepy howling sounds emerging from the middle of the Canadian wilderness has been making its rounds on social media this week. A family was out on a hunting trip in the forests of Northwestern Ontario when they heard some unsettling cries coming from off in the distance. …

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You Can Ride Down This Magical Toboggan Slide In Canada This Winter

As Canadians we’ve come to accept that the winter months will be pretty terrible weather-wise. There’s just no way to avoid the freezing cold temperatures, the icy sidwalks, and the inevitable snowstorms that are coming our way. Unless of course you hop on a plane to Florida for 4 months …

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2 Earthquakes Hit Quebec In 3 Days In The “Most Seismically Active” Area Of Eastern Canada

Believe it or not, the Charlevoix region was the scene of two earthquakes to hit Quebecthis week, with Earthquakes Canada reporting that people felt quakes of a 3.4 and 3.5 magnitude, respectively.   These quakes took place in what is known as the Charlevoix Seismic Zone (CSZ), considered the “most seismically active …

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The Sad White Cat From The Viral Meme Is Actually A Canadian

We’ve all seen the the confused/angry/sad white cat meme on all our Instagram feeds. What we didn’t know is that the little guy’s name is Smudge, and he’s actually a Canadian. Smudge the cat is arguably one of the biggest social media sensations to have come out of Ottawa, and he’s …

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Toronto is currently under another Extreme Cold Weather Alert

Don’t let the mild-ish morning temperatures fool you. It’s going to be cold tonight. So cold in fact, the City of Toronto has issued an Extreme Cold Weather Alert that will be in effect until further notice. According to the city, Extreme Cold Weather Alerts are issued when the temperature is forecast …

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Extreme Cold Weather Alert Has Been Issued For Toronto Too

With more than a month to go before winter even officially begins, the City of Toronto just issued its second extreme cold weather alert of the 2019-2020 cold season. Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Eileen de Villa, triggered the advisory around 8 a.m. on Friday morning based on information from Environment and Climate Change …

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