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The Government Is Raising The Threshold For Official Party Status In Ontario

The Ontario government is raising the number of seats in the legislature required to achieve official party status. You may recall, back in June the Liberals slipped below the current threshold. PC House Leader Todd Smith said yesterday the new minimum, to be laid out in the fall economic statement later this week, will be 10 per cent of the … Read more

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Lots Of Snow Is On The Way – Travel Advisories Issued

As we deal with cold temperatures in Toronto, north of the city is getting snow this morning. Environment Canada has issued a snow squall warning. They say in these snow squalls visibility will be significantly reduced due to heavy snow combined with blowing snow that will quickly accumulate. 10 to 15 cm are expected in some areas. For Orangeville, Grand … Read more

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One Arrested After Suspected Hate Crime Assault – Nine Suspects Outstanding

One arrest has been made and police are looking for nine other teenagers in what Toronto Police are treating as a suspected hate crime. Investigators say the incident happened Sunday evening in North York. It’s alleged four 17-year-olds, wearing yarmulkes, were accosted by another group of young people who made derogatory and punched and kicked two of them. The suspects … Read more

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The Backlog Is Cleared At The Ontario Cannabis Store

After weeks of delays, the provincial government says Ontario’s only outlet for legal recreational cannabis has eliminated its backlog on orders and is back on track. Finance Minister Vic Fedeli said yesterday the government-run Ontario Cannabis Store is returning to its original delivery time of one to three days after struggling to meet the staggering demand for recreational cannabis since … Read more

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The Death Toll From The California Wildfires Has Climbed To 42

More than a dozen search-and-recovery teams are now searching for human remains in the area of that deadly wildfire in Northern California. The confirmed death toll is least 42 people. The Northern California fire has been nicknamed the “Camp Fire” and is now the deadliest in state history. The Southern California wildfires have claimed two lives and destroyed at least … Read more

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A List Of Santa Claus Parades Happening Throughout The GTA

With Remembrance Day now behind us, today is the start of the holiday season. There are 42 days until Christmas. Here is a list of when Santa Claus parades are being held in various communities throughout the GTA and Southern Ontario:… Read more

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The California Fires Have Now Killed 31 People And Destroyed A Piece Of Hollywood History

The fires in California are out of control. Officials in the Northern part of the state have released another grim statistic in a wildfire that is achieving heartbreaking records. 29 people have died in and around Paradise, matching the deadliest wildfire in state history. That brings the death toll from fires this week to 31, including two in the Southern … Read more

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The New Canadian 10 Dollar Bill Comes Out Next Week

The Bank of Canada has announced the new Canadian $10-dollar bill featuring Viola Desmond’s portrait will go into circulation next Monday, November 19, 2018.  The release comes just over 72 years after Desmond was ousted from the whites-only section of a movie theatre in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. The civil rights pioneer and businesswoman is the first Canadian woman to … Read more

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The Perfect Holiday Gift For Cigarette Smokers

The holiday shopping season is officially here. If you’re looking for a gift idea for someone you know that smokes cigarettes, check out 180 Smoke’s Holiday Gift Bundle. While reliable stats on the subject are hard to find, a quick search of the net will introduce you to thousands upon thousands of people who have successfully quit cigarettes by switching … Read more

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Three Different Asteroids Will Fly Close To Earth Tomorrow

According to NASA, three asteroids will skim past Earth tomorrow.  ‘2018 VS1’ is predicted to pass by Earth first.  It will skim our planet at a distance of just 861,700 miles at around 9:03am. This asteroid measures between 42 and 92 feet across and is not expected to hit our planet.  Just 16 minutes later, the largest of the three … Read more

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