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Canada’s Deputy PM Just Confirmed Trump Won’t Decide When The Border Reopens

“I can guarantee one thing…” she said. Speaking to the media on Thursday, Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister made one thing very clear — It will not be up to U.S. President Donald Trump to make decisions about Canada’s borders reopening. “Decisions about Canada’s border are taken by Canadians. Full stop,” she said. …

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Ford Says ‘Absolutely Not’ To Americans Coming To Ontario Right Now

Ford has strong words for Trump as he calls to re-open borders. It looks like Doug Ford is striking back against Donald Trump again. The premier was seen slamming Trump’s recent suggestion of re-opening the border between Canada and America on Thursday afternoon. The Canada-US border restrictions were put in place almost …

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A plane just landed on a highway in Canada and drivers were so chill

A plane just landed on a highway in Canada, and drivers were unbelievably chill about it. On April 16, a small plane suffered a mechanical issue above Highway 40, forcing the plane to make an emergency landing just south of Québec City International Airport. Resident Mathieu Leclerc managed to capture the incident …

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An Edmonton Jollibee Just Got Shut Down Because Of COVID-19 Health Violations

They were written up just days earlier. A hot-spot that had lineups for days before its grand opening has officially been shut down by health authorities. Jollibee Edmonton has been ordered to close its doors by Alberta Health Services (AHS). The order was issued after AHS observed the restaurant breaking the social …

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Ontario residents won’t have to start paying new summer time-of-use hydro rates on May 7

Residents of Ontario won’t have to start paying new summer time-of-use electricity prices come May 7 as was previously planned. The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) released a notice this week advising customers that hydro prices would return to the November 2019 rates once the 45-day suspension of time of use — introduced by the …

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COVID-19 Cases Confirmed At More Than 6 Meat-Packing Plants In Canada

Cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed at a meat-packing plant in different provinces in Canada , according to the union that represents those workers. United Food and Commercial Workers Canada Union local 401 president Thomas Hesse said 6 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed . Dedicated testing centre “Local public …

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Camping At Canada’s National Parks Is Officially Banned Until At Least June

You may have to alter your spring plans! If you’ve been dreaming of spending the summer camping with your BFF’s, you might have to take a rain check. On Wednesday, Parks Canada confirmed that camping, special events and all group activities have been cancelled at Canada’s national parks. The government …

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Shoppers Will Be Screen for COVID-19 Before Entering In Any Market In Canada Starting Today

Shopping in Canada is no longer the same as it once was. In addition to certain stores being shuttered and seating now removed or roped off, Canada’s markets are now conducting screenings for all customers before entering. The screenings will take place during peak times. Shoppers will be asked the following:  If …

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Little Caesars is giving away 250,000 free pizza slices to frontline workers in Canada

Stay in the loop Sign up for our free email newsletter. Unsubscribe anytime or contact us for details.ShareTweetSave this Article Little Caesars is giving away free pizza to healthcare workers and first responders in Canada because honestly, who doesn’t love a cheesy slice of goodness? Starting today, the global pizza company will give 250,000 …

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Trudeau says Canada’s economy won’t reopen “for many more weeks”

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stated that it will be “many weeks” before Canada even begins to reopen its economy. He said that the main concern is that, if people head back to work too soon, it could cause another peak in COVID-19 cases. “It will be extremely damaging both to …

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