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Man stabbed in the face outside Toronto Eaton Centre

One man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after being stabbed on the corner of Yonge and Dundas Streets, just outside the Toronto Eaton Centre. Police reported the stabbing incident around 3:30 p.m. on Friday afternoon, stating on Twitter that a fight had broken out between two males near Yonge-Dundas …

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There Are Extreme Cold Weather Warnings All Across Canada Right Now Proving Canadian Winters Are Brutal

Environment Canada issues extreme cold warnings for several Canadian provinces for this month. It’s no secret that Canadian winters can be brutal – but you’re about to find out just how harsh it can get. There are extreme cold weather warnings all across Canada for this month, proving that Canadian winters are …

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Canadians can see the first meteor shower of the year this weekend

People in Canada are advised to keep their eyes on the sky this weekend for a chance to catch the first meteor shower of 2020. The Quadrantid shower, which happens around the same time each year, will peak in North America late Friday night into Saturday morning, and will boast up to 200 …

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Ontario now has the strongest penalties for animal abuse in the country

Ontario’s brand new animal welfare system came into effect yesterday, marking the first fully provincial government-based animal welfare enforcement system in Canada.  The newly-implemented Provincial Animal Welfare Services (PAWS) Act means Ontario now has the the strongest penalties in Canada for people who violate animal welfare laws. ⭐Passing legislation to better protect animals from abuse and …

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Ryan Reynolds helps raise over $300,000 for SickKids

Toronto’s SickKids received over $300,000 in donations this holiday season thanks to Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds and his ugly Christmas sweater.  Reynolds resurfaced the holiday sweater — which went viral last year after fellow actors Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal tricked him into wearing it — along with a pledge to match every donation made to the children’s …

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Warning:It’s Going To Be -65 C In Canada & Skin Can Freeze In Under 2 Minutes

By now, Canadians should be used to cold winter weather. However, the season always seems to have more it can throw at you. Canada winter weather is about to get a major blast of extra cold, with the wind chill dropping temperatures to dangerous lows. Environment Canada issued extreme cold warnings for …

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A weird and massive cloud swept over Toronto this morning

A huge, blanket-like cloud swept over the city of Toronto earlier this morning, and residents were awestruck and amazed.  Photos of the cloud — which looks like something out of a sci-fi movie — are circulating on social media, prompting many to comment on its strange appearance.  The weirdest cloud is sweeping over Toronto …

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Toronto airports can now serve alcohol 24/7

In a move that will surely make the experience of flying slightly less annoying for some, the Ontario government has passed a bill allowing alcohol to be sold 24 hours a day within commercial airports. The change is one of more than 200 proposed through the Ford government’s freshly-adopted Better for People, Smarter …

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You Can Slide Down This Thrilling Canadian Toboggan Ride At Up To 70 Km/Hr

Ever wanted to rip down one of the most scenic areas in the entire country at nearly 70 km/h? That would be a very specific desire to have, but if the idea piques your interest, you’re in luck. The Quebec City Toboggan Slide is exactly that and is without a …

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Warning: Extreme -45°C Winter Weather Is Coming To These Canadian Provinces This Month

Canada is definitely the most prepared country for freak-of-nature winter weather. We’re used to near-Ice Age temperatures, but that definitely does not mean we enjoy them. Despite being ready for really anything when it comes to the country’s weather, how prepared are we actually for this year’s especially dreadful winter? Yes, it’s …

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