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Spontaneous Day Trips From Ottawa You Need To Go On

Pack the car! Pack the car and escape the city for a day with your best friend! Fall is the perfect time to go on a road trip as the weather isn’t too hot, and the scenery outdoors is beautiful with all the leaves changing colors. Around Ottawa, there are tons …

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Quebec City ranked one of the safest cities in the world

According to a new report by CEOWORLD magazine, Quebec City is the third safest city in the world. Using a “crime index,” the survey studied 334 cities around the globe, giving cities an overall score by using “an estimation of the overall level of crime in a given city.” See …

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This 367 KM Scenic Train Route In Ontario Offers Incredible Views Of The Leaves In Fall

All aboard! 🚂🍂 One incredible way to see the colourful fall leaves is on the Agawa Canyon Train Tour in Ontario. It’s one of the most popular train tours in North America! The tour is famous for allowing you to sit back and enjoy the incredible views. The Agawa Canyon Train …

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Raptors will host a Christmas Day game for first time in franchise history

Finally. After years of demanding respect, the NBA couldn’t ignore the Toronto Raptors anymore. Guess that’s what winning a championship does. The Toronto Raptors will play on Christmas Day for the first time since Vince Carter was in his prime, according to a report from ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The last …

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A Lamborghini Crashed In Toronto & Ended Up On Queen’s Park Lawn (VIDEO)

A pickup truck was also involved in the collision. As far as car accidents in the big city go, this one was a doozy. A Lamborghini crashed in Toronto and wound up on the lawn of Queen’s Parkafter colliding with a pickup truck. No injuries were reported for either driver. The …

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Get Ready, Snowfall Is Forecasted To Come As Early As September To Canada

Brace yourselves, Canadians! We hate to break it to you, but the long-range Canada weather forecast is showing snow for September. BC, Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick,Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Alberta and PEI are all expected to see some snowfall or flurries starting next mont according to the current …

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Canadians Now Paying Lower Income Taxes Than Americans, OECD Data Shows

Here’s an unexpected factoid: The tax rate for a married couple with one income and two kids in the U.S. is 12 times as high as the tax rate on the same family in Canada. No, that’s not a typo. It’s among new data from the OECD, which shows that …

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It’s going to be hot and sunny in Toronto over the long weekend

If you’re making plans for the long weekend, be sure some of them are outside. Because it’s going to be hot and sunny all weekend long. According to the Weather Network, Toronto will see temperatures hovering in the mid to high 20s with a lot of sunshine. There will be …

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Starting Today, Canadians Can Officially Get Rid Of Their Pot Possession Charges

Starting on Aug. 1, 2019 Canadians who have been charged for small possessions of cannabis can now have the conviction completely wiped for their record. The Government of Canada has announced that Canadians can now apply for a pardon when it comes to cannabis charges, and it will be completely free …

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TTC is hosting the 2019 Underground Freedom Train Ride tonight

The TTC is hosting the seventh annual midnight Underground Freedom Train Ride tonight. According to the TTC, the ride is commemorating Emancipation Day on August 1. The event, which has been attended by up to 1,200 people in past years, is presented by A Different Booklist bookstore and is symbolic …

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