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Vancouver beaches were jam-packed with people this weekend

A gorgeous stretch of summer-like weather has hit the City of Vancouver, drawing residents out of their homes in droves to enjoy the sunshine and ocean breeze. Normally, this kind of behaviour is to be expected when it’s 25 C, but some in the city are raising concerns about just …

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Ontario expected to extend state of emergency until June

Ontario is set to extend its state of emergency for the umpteenth time this week despite the fact that select lockdown restrictions have been loosened in recent days, including for all retail stores in the province, which are allowed to open for curbside pickup starting today for the first time in months. Emergency orders were extended just …

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Loblaws Just Closed All Stores In Canada After A Major Outbreak Of COVID- 19

A COVID-19 outbreak has caused a Loblaws all across Canada to shut down for 14 days after reopen two times over the last few weeks but the extent of infections at the store might be a lot more than what’s been publicly reported. It wasn’t the first time the grocery store …

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Home Depot Just Closed All Stores In Canada

At this point, more closures shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. Canada essential services list was revised, and one of the stores that didn’t make the cut was Home Depot . It will now only be offering curbside pickup and delivery. In an May 11 press release, the company stated that effective …

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Ontario just reported its lowest number of new COVID-19 cases in over a month

Ontario just reported 346 new COVID-19 cases since yesterday’s update — the lowest increase in more than a month.  The Ministry of Health’s newest numbers haven’t been that low since April 6, when 309 new cases were reported.  It comes as reassuring news following a troubling spike Thursday, which saw 477 new cases. The 2.5 …

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Hong Kong pro-democracy supporters donating 120,000 masks to Canada

Canada is about to receive a generous donation of personal protective equipment (PPE) from two Hong Kong citizens. Approximately 120,000 masks are on their way to Canada, made possible by Simon Lau and Carmen Kwong. The couple is perhaps best known for being critics of the Hong Kong government’s policies …

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Snow fell in Toronto in May and people are wondering if this ever happened before

It’s snowing in Toronto — oh wait, it’s sunny again.  Scrap that: it is now hailing in the city of Toronto, because the weather can’t seem to make up its mind on whether it’s spring or winter anymore.  These photos are only 15 mins apart,@Toronto weather today in crazy AF. pic.twitter.com/hABQYGphd5— …

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Canadian Tire Is Officially Back On Ontario’s List Of Stores That Can Open

You can actually go inside now. There’s no need to shop online at this retailer anymore. Canadian Tire Ontario locations are officially open once again. That means you can actually go into the store and shop around now. As of May 9, all Canadian Tire stores in Ontario have reopened and customers …

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Provincial parks are reopening across Ontario

The Ontario government has just announced that it’s reopening provincial parks and conservation reserves this Monday.  For the first time since March 16, more than 500 Ontario parks and conservation reserves will reopen for activities like walking, hiking, bird watching, and biking by May 11.  “We’re trusting people to be responsible and …

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This is when Canadian Tire is reopening in Ontario and how things will be different

When is Canadian Tire reopening, you ask?  It’s something many Ontario residents have been wondering in recent days after the provincial government announced that hardware stores and garden centres would once again be allowed welcome shoppers into their facilities this weekend. Whether it’s a true “hardware store” or not is still up for …

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