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Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued In Ontario With Up To 150 Km/Hour Winds This Afternoon

Summer storms are heading our way this Thursday. According to Environment Canada, an Ontario thunderstorm watch is in effect for southern parts of the province. By early afternoon, most southern Ontario, including the GTA, should expect to see storms that can bring torrential rainfall, hail and extremely strong winds. So make sure …

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Urgence Québec Is Warning Of Tornado Risk Near Montreal

In a tweet, Urgence Québec, the public agency responsible for charting possible emergency situations, has alerted the public to the potential development of severe thunderstorms across much of the southwestern portion of the province. There is also an accompanying threat of tornado activity. Environment Canada, meanwhile, has several severe thunderstorm watches in …

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Man wanted for allegedly sexually assaulting 77-year-old in Liberty Village

Toronto Police are looking for a man wanted in a sexual assault and extortion investigation. According to police, on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, a 27-year-old man and a 77-year-old man were at an address in the Liberty Village area. The 27-year-old man allegedly sexually assaulted the 77-year-old man, and police …

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Ontarians Are Still Making Angry 911 Calls To Complain About Amber Alerts

Police have once again been receiving complaints from residents after issuing an Ontario Amber Alert at around 3:00 AM on Thursday. The alert was for two young boys, ages two and four, and their grandfather who had last been seen in Newmarket on Wednesday afternoon. Thankfully, a Toronto Police constable located their vehicle on …

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KitKat to open Canadian flagship ‘Chocolatory’ in Toronto this fall

If you’re anywhere near Yorkdale Shopping Centre in Toronto this fall, be prepared to start using the phrase “break me off a piece of that” way more. One of the world’s most celebrated chocolate bar brands, KitKat, has revealed plans for a permanent Canadian flagship ‘Chocolatory’ location at the Dufferin Street mall. View this post …

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2 Canadian Fugitives Were Found By Police After Stopping To Admire An Off-Duty Officer’s Dog

Nearly all Canadians have a soft spot when it comes to adorable dogs that you spot in the street, so much so that even fugitives who are on the run from police couldn’t help but to stop and admire one of the furry friends. On Tuesday, two Canadian fugitives dogadoration got …

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Your Old Canadian $1 Bills May Now Be Worth $7,000

In Canada, when the old $1 bills were discontinued in 1989, some people held onto them hoping they would be worth a lot of money some day. Well the good news is that those people may not have been so crazy, old $1 bills CAN be worth a lot of money. …

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Popular Kale Salad Brand Recalled In Canada Due To Listeria Contamination Risk

Check your fridge – your kale salad could be getting recalled right now. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) issued a recall notice this week for Eat Smart’s Sweet Kale Vegetable Salad Bag Kit. The kale recall in Canadais due to possible Listeria contamination. The recall applies to all areas where …

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Starbucks Is Releasing A Brand New Tie-Dye Frappuccino Across Canada Today

Celebrate summertime by chugging back a deliciously cold Starbucks Tie-Dye Frappuccino. The weather is getting hotter, which means it’s the perfect time to grab a chilly new drink right in time for summer vacation. Starbucks Canada announced that they’re releasing a brand new frappuccino for a limited time only. The brand …

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Canadian Man Finds His Car Covered By Massive Bee Hive In Costco Parking Lot & The Photos Are Unbelievable

Un-bee-lievable. Michelle Vilness | Facebook.com One bee is scary enough, but can you imagine encountering an entire hive right on your car? That’s exactly what happened to a Saskatoon man when a massive beehive covered his truck at a Costco parking lot! Thankfully, the Internet is buzzing with photos of the intense …

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