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Canada Is Set To Be The Coldest Place On Earth This February & Break Records

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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This breathtaking home in Canada is $1.7 million and in the middle of nowhere

This is one of several new homes built at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.  Just north of Morley, a group of architects have designed homes to incorporate history and nature into a innovative, contemporary and original design. And wow did they do a spectacular job!  This home was conceived by …

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Someone in Toronto placed free blankets around the city for the homeless

What started out as a small random act of kindness by one person in Toronto turned into a massive heartwarming gesture that evoked the true spirit of the holidays this week. The Unsheltered Christmas project, started by Toronto resident Lisa Mingay, saw volunteers spending their Christmas Eve, Christmas, and Boxing Day leaving …

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Shoppers Drug Mart Is Having A 2-Day Sale & You Can Get Free Cineplex Movie Ticketsu

In a special two-day sale, Shopper’s Drug Mart & Cineplex have come together to give you movie tickets when you spend. The drug store’s deal gets you two free tickets to catch a flick in theatres if you spend $75 of more at Shoppers. However, it’s only on for a limited time.  …

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Food costs in Canada expected to go up almost $800 per household next year

The year 2020 is looking like it’s going to be expensive, according to a new report by Dalhousie University and the University of Guelph.  The tenth annual Canada’s Food Price Report was released yesterday, and the findings reveal that Canadians can expect to spend $687 more on food next year. The shocking increase is due to rising …

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The Yukon Has A Frozen Hairdo Contest & Here’s How You Can Enter

They might look a bit like they stepped out of Whoville, but the competitors in the frozen hair contest in Canada are indeed human. In Whitehorse, Yukon each winter you can join in the frozen hairdo contest for a chance to win a cash prize of $750. What’s more Candian than doing something …

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Ontario man busted with 50 kilos of cocaine at Canada-U.S. border

A Toronto-area man has been arrested and chargedwith multiple felony offences after driving into Canada with a gargantuan 50 kilograms of coke in tow. Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) officials say that a man from Markham, Ontario was stopped on November 18 after crossing from the U.S. into Canada using Sarnia’s Blue Water Bridge.  The man …

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High school teachers are going on strike across Ontario next week

If you or your child attends a high school somewhere in Ontario, you’ll have to make alternate plans for next Wednesday.  The Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) gave notice to the provincial government Thursday that public high school teachers intend to engage in a full walkout on December 4.  Though the minimum …

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A supermarket in Canada just made a parking lot out of old plastic bags

Sobeys has demonstrated their commitment to reducing single-use plastics time and time again. They were the first national grocery store to eliminate plastic bags, and now they’ve actually managed to make a parking lot out of more than 6 million recycled single-use plastic bags. The grocery chain opened a new store in …

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Nova Scotia Is Getting Hit By A Ruthless Blizzard Right Now (PHOTOS)

While some parts of Canada are still enjoying some relatively mild late fall weather, a Nova Scotia snowstorm is wreaking absolute havoc on the province. Huge amounts of blowing snow have made driving a nearly impossible task, and residents have been sharing their own photos and videos of the winter chaos. The …

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