Recall On Some Paw Patrol Halloween Costumes

Health Canada says it has recalled a Paw Patrol Halloween costume because it is a flammability hazard. The agency says the costume of Skye, one of the popular show’s dogs, does not meet flammability requirements under regulations. It says consumers should immediately take the costumes away from children and return it to the store for refund. Health Canada says the … Read more

Somebody Stole A 150 kg Statue From Niagara

Police are searching for thieves who made off with a historic statue weighing 150 kilograms from a cemetery in Niagara Falls. Investigators believe the statue of Lieutenant General Gordon Drummond sitting on a horse was taken sometime between early Monday and Wednesday morning at the Drummond Hill Cemetery. Police are asking metal recyclers to be on the lookout for the Read more

A Big Recall On Some Hyundai And Kia Models

Hyundai and Kia are recalling more than 550,000 cars and minivans because the turn signals can flash in the opposite direction of what the driver intended. The recall covers Hyundai’s Sonata midsize car from the 2015 through 2017 model years, and Sonata gas-electric hybrids from 2016 and 2017. Kia’s Sedona minivan from 2015 through 2017 are also affected. Hyundai says … Read more

Another Arrest Related To Millions In COVID Relief Money – Full Update

Provincial police have made another arrest in an alleged scheme involving millions in Ontario COVID-19 relief funding. OPP say 41-year-old Manish Gambhir of Brampton is charged with possession of an identity document and possession of property obtained by crime. Police say the arrest is part of the same investigation that previously led to charges against a former bureaucrat, his wife, … Read more

The Most Popular Halloween Costumes For Kids, Adults, And Pets

The National Retail Federation has released their annual Halloween survey.  And dressing up is only the third most popular way we’ll celebrate this year.  Handing out candy is first, followed by putting up decorations. They say households with kids will spend an average of $147 on Halloween this year.  Households without kids will spend about half that, just under $74. … Read more

Tomorrow Is A Federal Holiday But Schools And Most Businesses Will Be Open

Tomorrow is a federal holiday in Canada. We will celebrate Canada’s first National Day for Truth & Reconciliation. All federally regulated businesses and workplaces will be closed. This includes banks, government offices, and some federal services, including Canada Post.

There is no change to the transit schedules.  Beer stores & the LCBO will remain open, malls and shopping centres will … Read more

New Modeling Data Is Out – Full COVID-19 Update

Ontario’s science advisors say the fourth wave of COVID-19 infections has currently flattened in the province thanks to public health measures and immunizations. But the science table says the situation is fragile and future projections are wide-ranging. The group says there’s uncertainty in its predictions because it’s too early to see the impact of in-person schooling and work resuming, and … Read more

Skittles Is Canceling Green Apple And Bringing Back Lime

It’s the moment SKITTLES fans have been waiting eight years for. Today, the SKITTLES brand announced that its infamous Lime flavour candies are returning to the rainbow permanently in SKITTLES Original packs. Original Flavour packs featuring Lime will start popping up on shelves in October 2021 with national roll-out over the next few months.

Since first introducing the Five Fruity … Read more

Only 1 In 10 Canadians Happy With The Election Outcome

Many Canadians may have felt that last week’s federal election wasn’t necessary at this time, but a new poll suggests few Canadians are angry that it produced an almost identical result to the 2019 vote. Of more than 1,500 respondents in an online Leger survey, 10 per cent said they’re happy with the outcome, which produced another Liberal minority government … Read more

The Price Of Coffee Could Be Going Way Up

A perfect storm of factors is driving up farmers’ costs to grow coffee beans and those added costs could begin filtering down to your local cafe before the end of the year. A sustained drought followed by two July frosts blew a hole in Brazil’s coffee output, immediately more than doubling wholesale prices for the popular Arabica bean to more … Read more

It Will Now Cost Tax Payers Over 3 Million To Pay Out Severance For Ousted MP’s

Justin Trudeau’s 600 million dollar summer election is still ringing up big bills for the taxpayers. We now know it’s going to cost 3.3-million-dollars to wave a golden goodbye to the 51 MPs who lost their seats or stood down before the federal election. That’s according to calculations by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. MPs qualify for a severance cheque worth … Read more

Annamie Paul Steps Down As Green Party Leader

It was a short career, but a wild political ride. Annamie Paul is stepping down as leader of the Green Party of Canada. Paul admitted to reporters in Toronto yesterday that her brief tenure as leader had been difficult, but encouraged others to follow her example. She became the first Black Jewish woman to head a federal political party, but … Read more

Perez Hilton Talks About His New CDB Gummies

Today: Perez Hilton talks about his new line of CBD gummies, How we celebrated the first weekend of Fall, Vaccine passports are now in effect in Ontario, Denny’s introduces “Panookies”, The 2 Michael’s are back home in Canada, A kid got stabbed at a haunted house, and getting rid of the term “Virginity”. … Read more

Denny’s Has Created “Panookies” By Combining Cookies And Pancakes

Denny’s launches new Panookies (a combination of pancake and cookies) as a new dessert option this fall. The pancake-chocolate chip cookie hybrid comes in two varieties: Signature and Pecan. The Signature Panookie comes out warm with a molten chocolate center and is served topped with premium vanilla ice cream and salted caramel, while the Pecan Panookie also comes topped with … Read more

Tim Hortons Donating 100% Of Orange Donut Proceeds To The Orange Shirt Society

For one week starting on Thursday, Tim Hortons is going to donate 100 per cent of the price of orange-sprinkled doughnuts to the Orange Shirt Society and the Indian Residential School Survivors Society. This spring, the Tims near the grounds of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in BC became an unofficial community gathering place for mourning, reflection and support Read more

80% Of Ontarians 12+ have been Fully Vaccinated – Full COVID-19 Update

Ontario has reached a milestone in the fight against COVID-19. Health Minister Christine Elliott says more than 80 per cent of Ontarians over the age of 12 have now received two doses of COVID-19 vaccine.  Loosened capacity limits have now taken effect at certain venues where proof of vaccination is required, including arenas, stadiums, concert halls and theatres.… Read more

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