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Health Canada Warning After The World’s Deadliest Mushroom Was Found In Canada (PHOTO)

Remember that PSA from the 90’s, Don’t Put It In Your Mouth? Well, good thing we learned a thing or two from that because health officials are warning that the world’s deadliest mushroom was found in all provinces of Canada .Now is the perfect time to leave nature where it is.  …

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The first heat warning of summer is now in effect for Toronto

The scorching temperatures we’ve been experiencing this week will continue into the weekend, which is why Environment Canada has issued the first heat warning of summer. According to the weather agency, a hot and humid airmass is expected to remain in place into Saturday, while daytime maximum temperatures into the low thirties …

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You Can Be Fined Over $1500 For Jumping In An Elevator In Canada

We’ve all probably been in a situation where someone we know attempts to jump in an elevator to scare another rider. However, according to one Torontonian, jumping in an elevator comes with its consequences and it’s not just the risk of it breaking down. Carl Song states that he was …

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The Canadian Government Will Now Be Making Houses More Affordable For First Time Homebuyers

With housing prices skyrocketing over the past few years, it comes as no surprise that first-time homebuyers are having issues finding an affordable place that they can call home. However, in a new incentive, the Canadian Government is attempting to make things slightly easier for those who are looking to …

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Ontario’s New Driving Laws Will Mean Automatic Suspension Of Driver’s Licences For Distracted Driving

Ontario is implementing new driving rules that will mean automatic suspension of driver’s licences for convicted distracted drivers. Constable Clint Stibbe of the Toronto police went on 680 NEWS on Monday and confirmed this, saying “the law has been passed” and that “it’s now just a matter of time.” Moving forward, distracted drivers …

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It could feel as hot as 40ºC in Toronto today

You’re going to want to call your friends who have access to a pool today because it could feel as hot as 40ºC in Toronto. Today is the third day of Environment Canada’s Special Weather Statement, which was issued due to high daytime temperatures expected Wednesday through Friday. “A relatively hot and …

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A Tiny Island In Greece Wants To Pay Families $740/Month To Move There

If you’ve ever dreamed of living abroad now is your chance. A tiny Greek Islands is paying families to move and live there. In what sounds like a dream job opportunity, the small Greek island of Antikythera is looking for three families to come to live there. In turn, they …

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A Tiny Island In Greece Wants To Pay Families $740/Month To Move There

They will also offer free housing and food for the families. Artemis Katsadoura | Wikimedia If you’ve ever dreamed of living abroad now is your chance. A tiny Greek Islands is paying families to move and live there. In what sounds like a dream job opportunity, the small Greek island …

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Pet food sold in Canada and US potentially linked to fatal disease

A variety of pet foods available across Canada – as well as the US – are now being investigated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in relation to concerns that the products may be linked to deadly canine disease. In a release, the FDA said the investigation centres …

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MiniMed insulin pumps may face hacking risk, Health Canada warns

Health Canada has issued a warning to patients using some wireless Medtronic MiniMed insulin pumps, citing a security vulnerability that could allow the pump to be hacked and controlled remotely. According to an advisory issued Saturday, the potential cybersecurity vulnerability could allow someone other than the patient to access the …

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