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You Can Slide Down This Thrilling Canadian Toboggan Ride At Up To 70 Km/Hr

Ever wanted to rip down one of the most scenic areas in the entire country at nearly 70 km/h? That would be a very specific desire to have, but if the idea piques your interest, you’re in luck. The Quebec City Toboggan Slide is exactly that and is without a …

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Warning: Extreme -45°C Winter Weather Is Coming To These Canadian Provinces This Month

Canada is definitely the most prepared country for freak-of-nature winter weather. We’re used to near-Ice Age temperatures, but that definitely does not mean we enjoy them. Despite being ready for really anything when it comes to the country’s weather, how prepared are we actually for this year’s especially dreadful winter? Yes, it’s …

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Warning: Extreme Cold Weather Will Hit Canada This February At Nearly -65 C

We’ve got some unfortunate news for you. According to The Weather Network, the coldest place on earth will be Canada this winter . It’s no secret that Canadian winters can be brutal – but you’re about to find out just how harsh it can get. There are extreme cold weather warnings all across …

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You Can Be Fined $2000 For Eating While Driving Starting Next Month

Drivers could be charged as much as $1500 for a single offence starting next month. Canada is cracking down on its distracted driving problem with the rollout of stricter laws that impose harsher penalties and heftier fines on guilty offenders. Such measures are more than necessary now, as distracted driving has …

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Toronto says goodbye to the last old TTC streetcars

Gone the way of other quintessentially Toronto things like Honest Ed’s and TTC tokens, the last of our Canadian Light Rail Vehicle streetcars were sadly retired this weekend after more than four decades on the city’s streets. Have a good rest of the evening, #Toronto. Today we retired the last of the #CLRV streetcars after …

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Winter weather causing flight delays and cancellations at Pearson Airport

Those of you hoping to escape the cold, wet winter weather by jet-setting out of Ontario might have some trouble today.  Unfortunately, due to the Ontario ice storm and some brutal freezing rain and wind, Pearson International Airport is warning travellers of multiple flight delays and cancellations.  A handful of flights to the U.S. …

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Ontario Is Under A Freezing Rain Alert & OPP Are Warning Drivers To Stay Off The Roads

Many in Ontario woke up to some extremely icy surroundings on Monday morning. There has been a public weather alert issued for eastern and southern Ontario due to freezing rain and ice pellets. The Ontario ice storm began on Sunday night and is still a significant cause for concern.  Currently, police are …

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Up To 25cm Of Snow Is About To Get Dumped On Montreal For New Year’s Eve

Well, we may not have had a white Christmas here in Montreal, but you had to know that wasn’t going to last long. And if you’re someone who has been wondering when it was finally going to snow in Montreal again – you’re in luck. Environment Canada has just issued a snowfall …

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This Insane Canadian Snow Maze Is Officially The Largest In The World

Are you looking to recreate a scene from The Shining? Or just really missing those autumn corn maze adventures? Well, “A Maze in Corn” (pun obviously intended), the world’s largest snow maze located just 10 minutes south of Winnipeg, might be the spot for you. Via Winnipeg Free Press Built …

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A raccoon went for a ride on a city bus in Canada

It’s no secret that Raccoons are known to get themselves in all sorts of trouble, and one little critter in London was no exception.  The raccoon somehow wandered onto an LTC bus in London, Ont. and a resident managed to snap a photo for her friend to post on social media.  …

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