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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…

Canada geese and their adorable goslings keep being spotted across the country

It’s springtime in Canada, and that means Canada geese across the country are migrating home, laying eggs and hatching their adorable, fluffy goslings.  The birds are native to Canada, which is made evident by their name, and most of them fly south…

Niagara Falls Has Become A Total Ghost Town (VIDEO)

The silence is spooky. As emergency shutdowns are still in effect across Canada and the world, some cities have become ghost towns. Niagara Falls is one of those cities. A driver made his way through one of the most popular…

Universities in Canada are preparing to start the fall semester with online classes

Universities in Canada will still run classes this fall, but students may not want to pack their bags just yet. According to the latest updates from universities across Canada, many post-secondary institutions are looking at offering at least some of…

McDonald’s Is Closing Restaurants In Canada After Suffering A Huge Blow In Sales Due To The Pandemic

Canada’s mos wanted restaurant has announced that its closing its restaurants countrywide as part of a “strategic restructuring”.  McDonald’s , will shutt down restaurants after suffering a huge blow in sales due to the pandemic. McDonald’s released a statement Monday saying that it…

Home Prices In Canada Just Droped As Much As 30%

With the health crisis palpably impacting the Canadian housing market, many would-be homeowners are wondering if prices in some of the country’s most notoriously expensive cities will be dropping to more affordable levels anytime soon. Many experts predicted a cooler than usual spring market for real estate in…

Air Canada will now perform temperature checks before passengers can board

Air Canada will now perform mandatory temperature checks before passengers can board their flight, according to a press release from the airline published Monday. The Canadian airline released a list of increased sanitary measures as part of their new CleanCare+ program, which…

Canada Restaurants, Bars, Pubs Will Stay Close For Two More Months

Restaurants in Canada are going to stay closed for two more months ,and some owners worry they won’t be able to turn a profit under COVID-19 restrictions and they wonder if customers will be ready for a dine-in meal. The…

Toronto bar writes heartbreaking letter saying they’re almost broken and can’t survive

On May 1, Glad Day Bookshop shared a heart-wrenching letter written by the owner of a fellow Church Wellesley Village business with the words, “We share the same landlord. Our community is at risk.” What follows is a passionate letter penned by Pegasus…

Nunavut’s only COVID-19 case was a false positive and Canada is so excited for them

Nunavut’s only COVID-19 case has officially been declared a false positive. And in a heartwarming display of solidarity, Canadians are so excited for them. The territory reported its first case of the virus on Thursday from a patient in Pond Inlet. However,…