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New Impaired Driving Laws Can Force Some Canadians To Lose Citizenships And Be Forced To Leave The Country

New impaired driving laws are now in effect for Canada, which includes higher fines and newly updated policies. While many have been focused on mandatory breathalyzer tests and harsher fines, it’s also important to be aware of certain penalties that could occur if you are charged with driving impaired. These new …

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Canada Ranked The #1 Freest Country In The World

The Legatum Prosperity Index is a report on the prosperity of each participating country. The index evaluates countries across nine spectrums including economy, education, health, and security.  According to the authors of the Legatum Prosperity Index, prosperity is defined as “more than just the accumulation of material wealth, it is also the joy …

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You can go paddle boarding at night in Toronto this summer (PHOTOS)

Paddleboarding is definitely a popular summer activity in Toronto. Because there’s really no better way to take in the incredible views of the city all while getting in a killer workout. And this summer you can go paddleboarding at night during a sunset tour as you work your way through …

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Admission to all Parks Canada places are FREE on Canada Day (PHOTOS)

There truly is no better way to celebrate Canada Day than by exploring our beautiful country. And it just so happens that Parks Canada is making it even easier for Canadians to escape the city and head off the beaten path by offering free admission to all of its national parks …

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Tim Hortons is dropping a popping ‘fireworks donut’ for Canada Day

Tim Hortons is appealing to the masses this Canada Day, with a donut that is sure to inspire feelings of nostalgia for many. The Canadian institution is introducing a fireworks-inspired donut, topped with popping candies that literally go “boom!” in your mouth, just in time for the July 1 holiday. The …

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Air Canada Is Currently Having A Massive Canada Day Sale

With Canada Day long weekend in full swing, you may be thinking about getting out to explore your nation a little more. Or maybe even head out to different locations around the world to spread your Canadian pride around the globe. If you’re looking on flying anywhere in the next …

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Daylight Savings Time Might Get Scrapped In Ontario

Ontario might be put on daylight savings time permanently. Chu-wen Lin | Dreamstime.com This article was originally published in April 2019. A Liberal MPP in Ottawa introduced a new private member’s bill this week that would make Ontario’s daylight savings time permanent.  The bill, initiated by Orléans MPP Marie-France Lalonde, would scrap …

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Justin Trudeau Attended The G20 With Stickers On His Briefcase And Canadians Have Mixed Feelings About It

Some people are saying he didn’t look ‘professional’ enough. JustinTrudeau | Twitter As a politician, it is somewhat expected that your every move and decision will come under scrutiny by the public. Politicians have to think very carefully about how they act, what they say, and even what they wear …

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A Group Of Canadians Just Broke A Guinness World Record By Forming The Largest Human Maple Leaf (PHOTOS)

With Canada Day weekend in full swing, one Canadian town decided to show their pride for their nation by breaking one of the most Canadian Guinness World Records ever recorded. Dressed in red, nearly 4,000 people gathered to a local field to show their Canadian pride. Members of the community …

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All the Toronto neighbourhoods the first-time home buyer incentive can be used to buy a condo

New details on the rollout and launch date of the federal government’s new first-time home buyers incentive (FTHBI) program were announced by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) earlier this week. The program, which was first announced in the federal budget earlier this year, will allow qualified first-time homebuyers to purchase their …

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