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Canada Will Hit With -65 C This February And Will Be Coldest Place On Earth

We’ve got some unfortunate news for you. According to The Weather Network, the coldest place on earth will be Canada this winter . It’s no secret that Canadian winters can be brutal – but you’re about to find out just how harsh it can get. There are extreme cold weather warnings all across …

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Ontario Is Going To Be Extreme Cold Tonight That It’s Actually Going To Break Records

GTA residents experienced the full force of an early Ontario winter on Monday night. As if it wasn’t bad enough that the province broke heavy snowfall records last night, the weather also deteriorated traveling conditions to the point of total chaos and canceled several flights out of Toronto’s Pearson International Airport. However, despite all of that …

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Cineplex is hosting a FREE holiday movie day across Canada next month

Cineplex wants you to treat yourself to a free movie day next month. For the ninth consecutive year, Cineplex Community Day will treat guests to a selection of popular movies. All proceeds from donations and select concession sales will go toward supporting the Boys and Girls Club of Canada. Popcorn, drinks, and …

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It’s expected to feel like -20°C in Toronto tonight

In case you haven’t noticed, Toronto — it is getting cold outside. After Monday’s historic snowfall, it looks like the deep freeze is here to stay, at least for another day. According to The Weather Network, Tuesday’s high is expected to reach -5°C, which is actually going to feel like -11°C. Tonight’s …

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Montreal’s Royal Victoria Hospital Will Become A Pet-Friendly Homeless Shelter This Winter

For the second winter in a row, the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal will be opening an overflow shelter. What started as a pilot project was a huge success last year. The government contributed nearly $230,000 to the project last year, according to CBC News.  The homeless in Montreal have it especially hard …

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Over 400 Car Crashes Were Reported In Ontario During Last Night’s Snow Storm

It was a rough start to winter for Ontario drivers last night after hundreds of crashes were recorded on the province’s first day of heavy snowfall this season. Sgt. Kerry Schmidt of the OPP reported an astoundingnumber of collisions on Tuesday morning while stating that accidents are continuing to happen due to reckless …

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Transports Québec, STM & SPVM Warn Of Danger & Delays As Snow Continues In Montreal

Montreal started out the week with news of some serious snow, and it turned out that the predictions were right. Yesterday afternoon the snow began and it has not stopped, continuing to fall overnight and into this morning, making the road conditions in Montreal pretty treacherous. As is to be expected, the …

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Bizarre video shows just how weird a ride on the TTC subway can be

Worldstar-worthy screaming matches, scary-intelligent pigeons, people clipping their toenails and watching porn on their phones in plain sight. Accordion players. Giant tubs of Taco Bell frosting. Live freaking crabs… Just when it feels like you couldn’t possibly see anything weirder than you already have on a public transit vehicle, Toronto is there to deliver. The city’s most recent “wtf” …

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Toronto’s Roads Were Absolutely Hellish On Monday After A Day Of Snow (VIDEOS)

As absolutely everyone would have probably guessed, the first full snowfall of 2019 has turned Toronto into a snowy concrete jungle. And, of course, a total nightmare for drivers. As the Ontario snow has passed through the 6ix, drivers face incredibly challenging commutes in the terrible conditions in the dark. Although the …

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“Historic” snowfall forecasted for Toronto on Monday

It’s the calm before the storm in Toronto this morning. Literally. While Monday morning’s commute is not affected by the weather, it looks like this afternoon/evening’s drive will be a different story. Toronto is under a Winter Weather Travel Advisory, issued by Environment Canada and in effect for today into …

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