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Over 100,000 People Are Without Power As Hydro-Québec Deals With Intense Wind & Rain

Hundreds of thousands of people in Quebec are without power this morning as Hydro-Québec power outages province-wide continue due to intense rain and wind which is currently ripping through the province. Environment Canada still has most of Southern Quebec under Rainfall and Wind Warnings, as rain continues in some areas and winds …

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Extreme Cold From Siberia Is Coming To Canada To Make November 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! November temperatures in Canada will be colder than ever recorded thanks to arctic air from Siberia.  According to The Weather Network, Canadians are in …

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Canada’s Wonderland’s massive new winter festival opens this month (VIDEO)

There’s a new reason to head to Canada’s Wonderland during the winter season. Canada’s Wonderland is transforming the park into a magical winter wonderland for its new immersive, holiday event and it all kicks off this month. WinterFest opens on November 22 and takes place on select dates until December …

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There’s Winds Of Up To 75km/h In Ottawa & It’s Causing Total Chaos (PHOTOS)

After an evening of heavy rain for trick-or-treaters in Ottawa on Thursday night, the weather only seems to be getting worse in the capital city. Overnight, Ottawans experienced gusty winds of up to 75 km/h, and in some areas, it’s showing no signs of slowing down. As of Friday morning, Ottawa’s …

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Canadians Will Be The First In The World To Have A Digital Passport

Canada, jointly with the Netherlands, announced a new air travel project this June 2019. The project? To get rid of paper passports for travel between the two countries. Soon, you won’t have to fear to lose your passport or having it stolen every time you leave for vacation and you leave it in …

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Toronto could see its first flurries as early as tomorrow

Toronto could get its first dusting of snow this week. While it’s not calling for a heavy snowfall, Environment Canada is forecasting Toronto’s first chance of flurries on Friday. Although Halloween day is rainy and windy, temperatures are hovering around 8°C. By Friday, the weather is expected to dip to 5°C …

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Here’s When Each Part Of Canada Can Expect To See Snow And Extreme Cold Weather This Winter

Whether we’re ready or not, winter is just around the corner, and the warmth that we have been enjoying will soon be gone. The Farmer’s Almanac has given us an inside look on when each region of Canada can expect to see snow, and Canada’s winter forecast is pretty different …

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Warning: Extreme -50°C Winter Weather Is Coming To These Canadian Provinces 2019-20

Winter is coming. As the autumn season comes into full swing, us Canadians can’t help but think about the looming winter weather ahead. Canada is definitely the most prepared country for freak-of-nature winter weather. We’re used to near-Ice Age temperatures, but that definitely does not mean we enjoy them. Despite being ready …

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Reminder: Daylight Saving Time ends this weekend

Daylight Saving Time ends this weekend, so be sure to set your clocks back by one hour at 2 am Sunday, November 3. For the most part, it will be effortless to change the time on your smartphones and computers as the time change should be automatic. Daylight Saving Time …

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PPC leader Maxime Bernier loses seat in Beauce, QC

People’s Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier has lost his seat in Quebec’s Beauce riding. Bernier received 28.7% of the vote, losing to Conservative Richard Lehoux who earned 38.3% of the Beauce vote. Bernier is the founder and current leader of the newly-formed People’s Party of Canada (PPC). He ran in the 2017 Conservative …

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