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Someone gave out cannabis edibles to Canadian kids on Halloween

It turns out every parent’s Halloween fear wasn’t entirely irrational after all, because someone in Canada actually handed out cannabis edibles to kids.  According to Kings District RCMP, police in Nova Scotia received a call from a parent who discovered cannabis edibles in her child’s bag of Halloween candy at around 9:30 …

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Calgary is now a winter wonderland as snow blankets city

While some parts of Canada are bracing themselves for their first snowfall of the season, Calgary already looks like something out of a Christmas movie.  حميت ولمعت الشمس فصار الثلج على الأغصان كاللآلئA brighter and hotter sun turned snow on the twigs into pearls #Calgary #Canada#كالجاري #كندا pic.twitter.com/8Yjqjli5gv— abdulkader alguneid (@alguneid) November …

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A driverless car has been spotted on the streets in Canada and it’s kind of creepy

Those walking around Richmond earlier this week were stunned to see a car driving around a parking lot without anyone in the driver’s seat.  But this wasn’t a car accidentally rolling around on neutral, it was actually a Tesla set to self-driving mode by its owner.  A user-submitted video posted …

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Environment Canada Now Calling For Snow Every Single Day This Week In Montreal

Well, it looks like there’s no denying it now: we’ve officially entered the season of snow in Montreal, as Environment Canada is calling for a little bit of the fluffy white stuff every single day this week. The forecast yesterday was playing at three days of snow, namely today, Wednesday, and both Saturday …

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Thousands of flags were just planted in Toronto for Remembrance Day

For the fifth year in a row, Manulife’s global headquarters have set out thousands of flags for Remembrance Day. This year, over 12,000 Canadian Flags were placed on their 200 Bloor Street East lawn, each one representing ten members of the Canadian armed forces who have fallen in service.  View this post on Instagram Today and …

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Environment Canada warns it’s going to be a snowy commute in Toronto on Thursday

It’s happening — the first winter weather warning of the season has been issued by Environment Canada for the city of Toronto. You can expect a messy mix of rain and sleet this evening, which is going to develop into snow overnight. Winter-like conditions expected overnight into tomorrow's commute. Drivers and cyclists are asked to …

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2-inch sewing needle allegedly found in child’s Halloween candy in Ontario

Every parent’s worst nightmare seems to have come true this week after a child from Ontario bit into a Halloween candy only to discover a two-inch sewing needle was embedded in it. On Monday afternoon, police in Barrie, Ontario, were contacted by a concerned homeowner after her child allegedly bit …

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Parts Of Alberta Are Getting 25 Cm Of Snow And Extreme Cold Weather Tonight

If you haven’t pulled out your snow gear just yet, now is the time. Several snowfall warnings have been issued for Alberta and by the looks of it, some places will be getting hit hard. The snow in Alberta is expected to fall by the end of Tuesday, November 5, so be …

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Canadians Can Be Fined $2000 For Texting While Driving

Distracted driving (especially texting and driving) causes more deaths in Canada than impaired driving .It’s why every province and territory has laws against driving while operating a cell phone. Texting and Driving fines range from $1500to $2000, and some provinces scale them up for subsequent offences. If caught, demerit points  will also be …

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This is what Toronto’s new Dr. Seuss exhibition looks like

The Dr. Seuss Experience makes its world premiere this weekend at Square One in Mississauga. Referencing books from The Lorax to How theGrinch Stole Christmas, the exhibit is formulated like many “immersive experiences” made up of several rooms featuring interactive elements and loads of opportunities for selfies. Immediately upon entry, you’ll encounter a maze inspired by Oh, The …

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