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Walmart Is Closing Its Stores In Canada After 25 Years

It’s hard to imagine that Walmart Canada is set to close its location after 25 years. At this point, more closures shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. Walmart is closing or has already closed at least 22 stores in the…

Canada’s New Distracted Driving Laws To Take Effect January 1st. 2021

Police sources have confirmed that Canada’s new driving laws, which received royal assent earlier this year, will officially take effect in every province on January 1st. 2021. Drivers convicted of distracted driving under the new laws will be punished with a licence…

It’s going to feel like 21 C in Toronto this week as summer weather continues

The summer weather that’s been gracing Toronto these past few days is, thankfully, not going anywhere.  Although the city was covered in snow last weekend, temperatures rose significantly this past weekend and are expected to stick around a little bit longer.  According to The Weather Network’s…

You Can Get $200 For Every Kid You Have From Ontario’s Government By Christmas

You could get yours just in time for the holidays. Families across the province should be receiving a little bit of extra cash from the Ontario government within the next two months. During the introduction of the new provincial budget on Thursday, the Ford…

Parts of Ontario could go back to Stage 1 in targeted hotspot closures: top doctor

Ontario’s top doctor said that parts of the province could go back to Stage 1 in targeted closures for hotspots to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. On Thursday, Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. David Williams said that going…

Survivors Of The Tragic Jasper Icefeild Bus Crash Launch A $17M lawsuit

“The pain that I go through every day, it’s not easy.” A class-action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of seven people that were injured or killed by the Jasper Icefield bus crash in July. The suit claims the company and driver…

Shoppers Drug Mart reports 9 cases of COVID-19 among employees in Toronto

A handful of Shoppers Drug Mart stores across Toronto have reported new COVID-19 infections among staff in recent days, adding to the growing list of bars, restaurants, grocery stores and other retailers that have seen outbreaks of COVID-19 as case numbers escalate across the province. According to…

Ontario temporarily raising wages for personal support workers

The Ontario government is investing $461 million to temporarily increase wages for personal support workers (PSWs) starting today. On Thursday, Premier Doug Ford announced that over 147,000 PSWs in the home and community care, long-term care, public hospitals, and social…

A Bear On The Loose Was Reported In The GTA Only For Police To Discover It Was A Beaver

“Bear with me,  it was a beaver.” A hilarious case of mistaken identity had Peel Police officers in Mississauga searching for bears last night.   Peel Regional Police received reports on Wednesday evening that two small bearshad been spotted near a Mississauga conservation area. The…

Canada’s Travel Ban Has Been Extended & Non-Residents Are Still Not Allowed To Visit

In an update shared on September 30, Public Safety Canada confirmed that Canada’s travel ban had been extended even further. The notice, shared via Twitter, said that travel restrictions into the country would be continued until at least October 31. This extended restriction applies…