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Metro Canada Will Close All Stores Starting Next Week,But You Can Get Curbside Pickup

At this point, more closures shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. Canada essential services list was revised, and one of the stores that didn’t make the cut was Metro Canada . It will now only be offering curbside pickup and delivery. In an April 13 press release, the company stated that effective …

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CCM Hockey is now making game-changing hoods for healthcare workers in Canada

CCM Hockey is now making protective hoods for healthcare workers in Canada, and the company promises that the cutting-edge design is “game-changing.” The hoods are a collaboration between CCM Hockey, Montreal surgeon Dr. René Caissie, and Industrie Orkan — a Canadian leader in HEPA filters. Unlike other medical equipment, the hoods are powered by …

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Ontario’s Lake Towns Are Begging People To Stop Fleeing To Their Cottages

Grocery stores are being depleted and locals are concerned. Cottage season may be postponed until further notice, but some small towns are worried that not everyone got the memo. Ontario’s cottage towns are sending out advisories to vacationers, asking them not to flee to their cabins and summer homes while the epidemic remains …

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Dollarama Will Close All Stores In Canada Starting Next Week,But You Can Get Curbside Pickup

At this point, more closures shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. Canada essential services list was revised, and one of the stores that didn’t make the cut was Dollarama . It will now only be offering curbside pickup and delivery. In an April 13 press release, the company stated that effective at …

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People in Canada are gathering in the streets to protest the lockdown

As most Canadian residents continue to make daily sacrifices in order to properly social distance and prevent the spread of COVID-19, some conspiracy theorists are gathering to protest government lockdown measures.  One march that took place over the long weekend in Vancouver has caused outrage among Canadians, as dozens of B.C. …

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Parts Of Ontario Will Get Hit With 50 cm Of Snow, Strong Winds & Flooding This Week

It looks like Mother Nature isn’t ready for winter to be over just yet. According to The Weather Network, parts of the province are in for snow, strong winds and possible flooding throughout the week. Ontario’s weather forecast will have you pulling out your winter boots as 50 centimetres of snow falls …

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Health Canada approves handheld portable COVID-19 test kit

A Canadian biotechnology firm’s revolutionary DNA analyzer has just been approved to start helping medical professionals across the country combat the coronavirus pandemic. Spartan Bioscience, based in Ottawa, announced this morning that Health Canada had just signed off on its new “rapid, accurate and portable COVID-19 test.” With the federal government’s permission, Spartan …

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Man caught on video spitting on elevator buttons in Vancouver condo building

A Vancouver man was caught spitting on elevator buttons in an apartment complex, and honestly, he can join the list of the worst people in Canada right now. Marie Hui — who lives in the Olympic Village condo building — was “outraged” after she saw the video of an unidentified man getting …

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More than 7,000 people in Canada have now recovered from COVID-19

There are over 24,000 cases of COVID-19 in Canada and 713 deaths related to the virus, as of April 12. Over 7,000 Canadians have recovered. Quebec has 12,846 cases, Ontario has 7,049, Alberta has 1,569, British Columbia has 1,445, Nova Scotia has 445, Saskatchewan has 289, Manitoba has 243, Newfoundland has 241, …

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40 years ago today Terry Fox began his Marathon of Hope

Terry Fox’s Marathon of Hope changed Canada forever, and today marks exactly 40 years since the inspirational young athlete set out on his journey to fight cancer. On April 12,  1980, Fox set out to run across Canada, beginning in St. John’s, Newfoundland. The 21-year-old had lost his right leg to cancer three …

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