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An Ontario teenager called the police because his fake ID never arrived

A local teen called the Ontario Provincial Police to report a fraud after he attempted to buy a fake ID online but the identification never showed up.  Because who should you call when you try to do something illegal but your plan doesn’t quite pan out? The police, of course.  In …

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Canada’s New Driving Laws Will Mean Automatic Suspension Of Driver’s Licences For Distracted Driving

Canada is implementing new driving rules that will mean automatic suspension of driver’s licences for convicted distracted drivers. Constable Clint Stibbe of the Toronto police went on 680 NEWS  on Monday and confirmed this, saying “the law has been passed” and that “it’s now just a matter of time.” Moving forward, distracted drivers …

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Southern Ontario Is Going To Get Hit With Another Brutal 60 cm Of Snow This Weekend

Bundle up folks, because it’s looking like the 6ix could be in for another snowmageddon weekend. According to the Weather Network, Ontario’s Golden Horseshoe area is in for a whopping 50-60 centimetres of snow on Saturday, thanks to another poorly timed weather system. However, if you live outside of the …

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It costs more than $30 to buy asparagus in some parts of Canada

It’s easy enough to say everyone should eat vegan food at all times when that level of quality is readily available and accessible just minutes from your door. But for many Northern communities in Canada, that’s far from the case.  That’s the issue Canadian Inuk throat singer Tanya Tagaq is bringing to …

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Canada’s 2020 Food Price Forecast Is Here & It’s Not Looking Good

Do you ever go to the grocery store and cringe at how expensive some items are? Well, you can expect to be doing that quite a bit more next year. Food prices in Canadaare on the big rise and grocery shopping will cost you more in 2020. Canada’s Food Price Report, …

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200 Individuals In Canada Are Being Monitored For Potential Cases Of The Coronavirus

In the past few weeks, hundreds of cases of the coronavirus have been reported in Wuhan, China. News broke out today that more than 200 people from these parts of Canada: Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and New Brunswick who have recently visited China, are being monitored for potentially …

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Freezing Arctic Air From Siberia Is Coming To Canada To Make February A Cold Nightmare

If you’ve been trying to stay away from all things winter we’ve got some bad news for you. Widespread cold is coming to a Canadian city near you!  February temperatures in Canada will be extreme colder than normal thanks to arctic air from Siberia.  According to The Weather Network, Canadians …

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Canada’s New Distracted Driving Laws To Take Effect Next Week

Police sources have confirmed that Canada’s new driving laws, which received royal assent earlier this year, will officially take effect in every province on Feb. 1, 2020. Drivers convicted of distracted driving under the new laws will be punished with a licence suspension, a hefty fine and demerit points. The severity of …

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Toronto is expected to be hit with its third weekend storm in a row

Toronto may still be struggling to clean up after the significant winter storm that hit the city this past Saturday, but it seems we’re in for even more snow by the time the weekend rolls around again.  According to a blog post published by The Weather Network earlier today, “another poorly timed system could …

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Canada is officially banning military-style rifles and assault weapons

Canada is now taking steps to strengthen gun control and ban military-style rifles and assault weapons. Addressing reporters in Winnipeg this morning, Justin Trudeau said that the Canadian government will be taking “immediate steps” in the coming weeks to ban assault weapons. The Prime Minister said that strengthening gun control …

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