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Don Cherry Has Reportedly Been Fired By Sportsnet Over His Remembrance Day Comments

Don Cherry’s comments about immigrants and Remembrance Day in Canada were always likely to have strong consequences. And so it turns out, as reports on November 11 suggest longtime Hockey Night In Canada analyst Don Cherry fired by Sportsnet. Cherry had received widespread criticism for his comments. “Following further discussions with Don …

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Canada is one of the coldest places on earth right now

No place knows winter like Canada knows winter. Apparently, not even the North Pole. Today, one part of the Great White North is actually colder than anywhere else in the world. Brutally cold night in Alberta tonight, along with the snowstorm. https://t.co/8fNNR9K8sA— Kevin Lloyd 🇨🇦 🏳️‍🌈 🌩️ 🗞️ 🖥️ (@kevinlovestech) November 11, 2019 …

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You Can Skate On A Magical Torch-Lit Ice Trail Through An Ontario Forest This Winter

Does winter get any more magical than skating through a forest alongside hundreds of tiki torches lighting the way? The Arrowhead skating trail in Ontario is hosting their magical Fire & Ice nights for 2020. It’s time to get excited! Arrowhead Provincial Park is once again proving they’re the best at winter …

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Snowfall Warning Calls For Up To 20cm Of Snow In Montreal & Parts Of Southern Quebec

Just like that, Montreal is about to experience our first dump of snow, with Environment Canada issuing a snowfall warning for many regions in Southern Quebec. We can expect up to 20 cm of snow in Montreal between today and tomorrow.  It seems like just yesterday I was doing a little morning …

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Toronto could get up to 20 cm of snow today

People in Toronto will probably be shovelling by tonight. A special weather advisory has been put into effect by Environment Canada for the city of Toronto due to significant snowfall expected throughout the day.  Light snow is expected to begin this morning, and will become heavy at times throughout the afternoon, continuing into the evening. Snowfall accumulations of …

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Environment Canada Releases Weather Statement & Ontario Braces For Historic Snowfall Today

A weather advisory was issued for southern Ontario as we get ready for some heavy snowfall. Winter is here early this year, and some regions are expecting to see up to 30 cm of snow. The southern Ontario weather warnings were issued by Environment Canada for multiple different cities.  St. Catharines, northern …

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Environment Canada issues winter weather travel advisory for Toronto

Snow is coming. Environment Canada has issued a “Winter Weather Travel Advisory” for Toronto, in effect for Monday into Monday night. According to the weather agency, snow will begin early Monday morning and continue through the evening. “Snowfall accumulations of 10 to 15 cm are possible by the time the snow …

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This hockey player making breakfast is the most Canadian thing ever

There’s more than one way to crack an egg, and hockey streamer Andrew Telfer — better known as Nasher online — can prove it. The NHL gamer, social media influencer and eSports broadcaster posted a clip of himself to TikTok slapshotting a scrambleable into his microwave. How Canadians make breakfast 🍳🏒- 📹 Nasher #Canada …

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Canada Will Be One Of The Coldest Places On Earth Next Week At Nearly -30 C

We’ve got some unfortunate news for you. According to The Weather Network, the coldest place on earth will be Canada next week . Given the weather over the past couple of weeks, it’s not exactly impossible to believe, but it’s still pretty shocking.  Earlier today, Environment Canada issued several winter storm and …

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33 Popular Canadian Snacks That You Can’t Buy In The United States

Although you probably don’t need to be further convinced that Canada is the best country in the world, this list will definitely give you another reason to believe it. As it turns out, there are a lot of incredible treats available in Canada that Americans just don’t have the same …

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