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Canada Is In For A Hot, “Good Beer-Drinking” Summer & The Warm Up Starts Soon

That’s something to look forward to. Here comes the sun! While staying inside as much as possible can be a drag, this spring weather has proven to be too erratic to really draw people out. It’s been a chilly season, but Canada’s summer forecast is calling for sun, warmth, and high temperatures. …

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You Can Get Fined Up To $1000 For Dumping Gloves & Masks

Police in Canada has already warned against littering personal protective equipment, and now prvovnces like : Ontario,Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,Manitoba,Nunavut are coming hard on dumpers. Police in Canada announced that will now be fining people $1000 if they are caught dumping face masks …

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Canada will be fining people $2,000 this weekend if they’re not social distancing in parks

The weekend is finally here, for those who still recognize days of the week, and it’s not entirely cold, wet or windy outside in Canada. Under normal circumstances, a sunny Saturday in mid-April would be enough to entice droves of city-dwellers out of their homes and into the parks (or, …

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Justin Trudeau Confirms That The Canada-US Border Will Stay Closed Until The Middle Of May

They officially reached a deal. It’s official! Travel restrictions aren’t going to be eased any time soon between the two neighbouring countries. The Canada-U.S. border will stay closed until the middle of May, the Prime Minister confirmed. So, people won’t be able to cross the border for a while still. …

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Gender-based violence is on the rise in Canada because people are in quarantine

The domestic violence situation in Canada has become even more critical as the pandemic and home isolation continues to have an unprecedented impact on vulnerable women. Ten per cent of Canadian women reported that they were extremely concerned about the possibility of violence in the home during physical distancing in a recent …

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Canada’s Wonderland just shared the recipe for its iconic funnel cakes

Nothing signals the start of everything good season than the opening of Canada’s Wonderland. But since we don’t know when that will be, the park has gifted us the recipe for its iconic funnel cakes. “I bet everyone’s having some really serious cravings right about now,” writes the park’s Director of Communications Grace …

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The border between Canada and the US will be closed for at least another month

The United States and Canada have reached an agreement to extend travel restrictions for another 30 days. After some initial back and forth tussling with U.S. President Donald Trump, the two countries have agreed to restrict all non-essential travel for another month. The restrictions were initially set to expire on April 21 and …

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7.5 million Canadians have been paid through CERB so far

It has been 11 days since the Government of Canada opened the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit to Canadians who are out of work due to COVID-19, and in that time over 7.5 million residents have since been paid through the program. Given that Canada’s current population is 37.89 million, according to Stats Canada, …

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Health Canada Is Recalling Multiple Brands Of Bread Due To Pieces Of Glass

Health Canada recalling dozens of bread brands in: Ontario,Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,Manitoba,Nunavut due to pieces of glass. Health Canada announced earlier this week that they are recalling dozens of bread brands due to pieces of glass. The hazard was identified by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency …

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Low-Income Students In Canada Can Now Get Free iPads & Wifi To Help Them Study

The temporary scheme is free for low-income families. Canada is extending an arm to its students affected by COVID-19. In his press briefing on Friday, April 17, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced he is partnering with Apple and Rogers to offer free iPads for students in low-income families. The scheme will run …

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