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Snowbirds plane crashes into house while flying over Kamloops

Emergency crews are rushing to the scene after a Canadian Forces Snowbird plane crashed during a fly over in Kamloops, B.C. on Sunday afternoon. Two planes took off from the Kamloops Airport around 11:30 a.m. when one plane turned around abruptly in mid-air, spewing black smoke before nose-diving toward the ground. The …

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Canadian Students Who Volunteer Over The Summer Can Get Up To $5000

Canadian students are finally seeing some financial relief. Part of that will come in the form of tuition aid for those who volunteer over the summer. The Canada Student Service Grant can provide up to $5000 for education costs. In his April 22 address to the country, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a sweeping …

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Air Canada Thinks People Will Be Able To Fly Around The World Again By December

Travel is entirely off the table for the time being. Flights have been grounded and borders have been closed, rendering the idea almost entirely impossible. However, Air Canada flights could be resuming by the end of the year. That’s according to Tim Strauss, Vice President of Cargo at Air Canada, who anticipated …

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Grocery Stores In Canada Will Not Allow You To Bring Your Reusable Bags, Starting Today

Grocery stores in Canada are still typically frowning on bringing in reusable bags when shopping right now, but the reasoning can be varying and vague. When it comes down to it, the issue is mostly that people don’t tend to wash their reusable bags, and while we’re still hammering out …

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This 9.7 km Alberta Hike Will Take You To A Suspension Bridge & 3 Waterfalls

Alberta is so packed with beautiful hidden gems that it’s a shame to spend every weekend in the city. There are enough unique outdoor activities here that you could spend every weekend hiking to a new breathtaking waterfall or mountain vista. That being said, we found one of the best trails …

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Doug Ford Says We’re Going To Have To “Hold Off” On Hair Salons Opening For A While

If you’re in need of a haircut, it looks like you are going to have to wait a little longer. In a press conference on Thursday, Doug Ford announced that it is still unclear when Ontario hair salons will reopen. However, the premier does state that salons should be prepared to “hold …

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Ontario reports another increase in COVID-19 cases and 33 death

Ontario has reported 391 new COVID-19 cases and 33 deaths on Saturday, May 16. With 22,313 cases confirmed in Ontario, this is a 1.8 per cent growth over the total from yesterday. So far there have been 1,858 deaths and 17,020 resolved cases in the province. #Covid19Ontario Dashboard updated May 16 1030am.20+ …

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Health Canada Just Approved The First Canadian Clinical Trials For A COVID-19 Vaccine

The PM called this “encouraging.” We could be on our way to defeating this virus. The Prime Minister shared some good news with Canadians about the fight against the pandemic. COVID-19 vaccine progress in Canada is moving along as the country’s first clinical trials for one have now been approved.  During his daily …

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People in Toronto say they tested positive for COVID-19 after shopping at Loblaws

Former customers of a now-closed Loblaws in Toronto say they’ve tested positive for COVID-19 following an outbreak at the grocery store.  After increasing public concern around the number of staff infections in-store, the Loblaws at Christie and Dupont finally closed its doors earlier this week and now only operates for PC Express and pharmacy pick-ups.  But …

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Banff & Jasper National Parks Will Finally Be Reopening In June

Calling all hikers and nature-lovers! All hikers and outdoors-types rejoice, because we can finally return to our national parks again! Banff and Jasper National Parks will reopen in June, the two parks announced on their respective websites. Their timing is on point, because Canada just announced most other national parks …

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