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11 veterans set to move into Calgary ‘Homes for Heroes’ tiny home village

 The Homes for Heroes village is set to open in Calgary on Nov. 1. . Global News A cluster of tiny homes in Calgary’s Forest Lawn community will have their lights on this weekend, as 11 veterans are set to move into their new neighbourhood. Canada’s first Homes for Heroes village …

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Cellphone Ban In Ontario Classroom Comes Into Effect Tomorrow

As of Monday, Ontario students will no longer be able to use their cellphones in classrooms. The Progressive Conservative government announced back in August that they would be implementing a ban on personal mobile devices inside classrooms or during “instructional time.” Exceptions to the ban will be made if the …

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7 Highway 401 Memes That Are So Accurate It Hurts

As most Canadians who live or travel in Ontario will know, there’s a certain kind of untold horror that comes with driving anywhere on the 401 Highway. As one of the world’s biggest and busiest highways, it isn’t for the faint of heart, and completing any kind of journey without …

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You can celebrate New Year’s Eve with Bryan Adams for FREE at Niagara Falls

You can ring in the new year with the picturesque Niagara Falls as the backdrop at the park’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration that will include a free concert from Summer of 69 singer, Bryan Adams. Taking place in Queen Victoria Park, the outdoor celebration will include a performance from Juno Award-winning, multi-platinum …

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Parks Canada Wants To Pay You To Travel To Across The Country Next Summer

It’s never too early to start thinking about what you’ll be doing in the summer even when it’s months away. Planning potential job opportunities is pretty smart too. Parks Canada is hiring young Canadians to have adventures in the great outdoors next summer. That really is the dream. There are some pretty …

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Experts Warns Canadians Of A Mutant Strand Of Super Lice That Is Resistant to Treatment

Lice are never something that Canadians want to deal with. Just imagining what lice entail can often send shivers down your spine. Yet, for most cases, if lice are something that you do end up catching, it can often be cured with some over the counter shampoos and sprays. However, experts …

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Canadians Can Be Fined $2000 For Drinking Or Smoking Weed In Public Starting Next Month

Mayors are considering to bring this new tougher laws in every province of Canada, you will no longer will be able to consume alcohol or smoke weed responsibly in parks or on beaches. Until now Fines vary from province to province, but starting next month they can be up to …

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Warning : Sobey’s Is Recalling Vegetables In Canada Over Listeria Contamination

If you bought some ready to eat vegetables from Sobey’s in Canada recently take note. Various Compliments vegetables were recalled recently due to the risk of listeria contamination. The recall includes six different types of products.  The recall, issued by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), was first released on October 30 and only …

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Sandra Oh’s New Air Canada Commercial Proves She Really Can Do Anything

Air Canada | YouTube Usually, Air Canada commercials wouldn’t be all that interesting, but their newest ad is a must-watch. That’s right, a commercial can be a considered a must-watch, especially when it features someone like Sandra Oh. Normally airline promotions are just montages of sappy reunions with passengers certainly …

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If You Put Up Your Christmas Decorations In November, You’re A Happier Person

Hands up if you start decorating for Christmas on November 1st.  As soon as Halloween is over, I’m unpacking my Christmas tree, whipping out my (faux) fur-lined stockings and pressing play on the first Mariah Carey Christmas song I can find. If you too have an irresistible urge to hum …

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