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Second wave is already here says Justin Trudeau in his address to the nation

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave a rare address to the nation on Wednesday, urging Canadians to change their behaviour amid the growing number of COVID-19 cases across the country. “In our four biggest provinces, the second wave isn’t just starting; it’s already underway,” Trudeau said in the speech. “We’re on …

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Canada ranked most accepting country in the world for migrants

Canada just ranked the most-accepting country in the world for migrants, beating out the U.S., Iceland, Australia and about 140 other countries by a healthy margin. Canada was awarded an impressive score of 8.46 out of 9 on Gallup’s Migrant Acceptance Index. Iceland, which came in second, finished with 8.41. New …

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Trudeau Says It’s “All Too Likely” Canadians Won’t Get Together At Thanksgiving

“We still have a shot at Christmas.” Canada is still fighting back against COVID-19, and it is an uphill battle. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that rising case numbers mean it is likely that Canadians won’t be able to gather for Thanksgiving. During a September 23 address to the nation, Trudeau plainly stated that …

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Walmart Canada Just Recalled Over 100,000 Toys That Contain Dangerous Chemical

Toys may be dangerous for children. Health Canada has issued a public warning about a recall issued for a toy sold at Walmart. The toy in question is the Little Princess Doll from the MONTOY brand.  The toys were sold between January 12, 2020 and September 18, 2020. The dolls contain dangerous levels …

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Toronto police hand out $880 tickets at huge house party in Scarborough

Would you pay $880 to attend a house party in Scarborough on a Tuesday night? If the answer is no, you should stay probably stay home, because that cover fee isn’t optional if the cops come knocking right now. Toronto Police Const. Randall Arsenault says that 14 people were fined $880 each …

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October Is Starting Off With A Full Harvest Moon & It’ll Look Like A Pumpkin

Nothing better than watching a fall moonrise! 🌙 What a pretty way to start off the month! This full moon in October will look like a massive glowing pumpkin when it rises above the horizon. It’s also known as a Harvest Moon because of where it falls on the calendar. On October …

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Canada Is Recalling Clams That Could Cause Paralysis & Death

There is no known cure for this kind of food poisoning. Canadians are being warned away from yet another food item. This time, a Canada food recall has been issued for a specific type of clams. They should not be eaten as they can cause paralysis and even death. The Canadian Food …

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Ontario’s New Haunted Escape Trail Opens Next Month & It’s Like Being In A Horror Movie

Not recommended for the faint of heart! You’ll get more than just fall views when visiting this trail. A new scary attraction is opening in the province next month, and you’ll want to wear your fastest running shoes. You’ll feel like you’re in a horror movie at Ontario’s haunted escape trail.  …

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Mail Delivery Shuts Down In Canada After Canada Post Depot Closes Due To COVID

Residents living in these provinces: Ontario,Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,Manitoba shouldn’t expect to receive any new packages , because Canada Post has suspended mail processing and delivery in the provinces following to caseses of COVID-19. According to a spokesperson for Canada Post, the company was notified …

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