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A Polar Vortex Could Bring Record-Breaking Cold & Snow To Ontario This Week

While Ontarians were able to enjoy some sunny weather last weekend, it looks like it’s not here to stay. According to The Weather Network, a polar vortex is moving into the province this week, and it could be bringing some…

Toronto temperatures to dip to -2 C this week as Polar Vortex moves in

Just when you thought spring was in the air, a polar vortex is creeping up on Toronto for later this week. Southern Ontario has potential to host the “chilliest air relative to normal around the globe” by Friday, according to The Weather…

Customer surprises Toronto restaurant with $100 tip on takeout order

Someone just tipped more than the cost of their order at a Toronto restaurant currently open for takeout only, and thankfully, the stories of generosity don’t end there. Foxley, a longtime restaurant on Lower Ossington, recently posted an image of a bill to…

Canada Was Ranked In The Top 3 Best Countries For Human Rights

Our country is getting some international praise and recognition! The best countries in the world ranking puts Canada in the third spot for caring about human rights. Across the board, the true north has an even higher ranking for being a great place…

Murder hornets have been spotted in Canada and people have had enough

Murder hornets have recently been spotted in Canada and the U.S. for the very first time, as if we need another reason to hide inside right now. Actually called Asian giant hornets, the massive insects got the nickname “murder hornets”┬ábecause a series…

Henry’s Camera is closing stores in Canada as it seeks protection from creditors

Canada’s largest photography retailer has announced that its closing seven of its storescountrywide as part of a “strategic restructuring”.  Henry’s Camera, which has been operating since 1909, will shutter seven of 29 stores after suffering a huge blow in sales due…

New report says home prices in Canada could drop 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…

Doug Ford Said He’d Help Lockdown Protesters “Pack Their Bags” If They Don’t Like Canada

He was mad about an upside down flag. Doug Ford is still not happy with Ontarians flouting social distancing. Another Queen’s Park protest took place today, and something they did really set off the premier. He let them and everyone…

Doug Ford says lockdown in Ontario could end a lot sooner than we thought

During his regular press conference about the pandemic on May 2, Premier Doug Ford gave some hope to Ontario residents who have now been in relative lockdown for more than six weeks. Ford noted that Ontario’s case numbers have been on a downward…

Farms in Ontario hopeful that pick your own strawberries will happen this year

Picking your own strawberries is a time honoured tradition for many in Ontario but with the ongoing pandemic that summertime ritual may not happen this year.  “At this point we can not foresee strawberry season proceeding as usual. We are hopeful…