Author: Scott Fox

Freezing Rain Warning Issued

As the rain continues and the temperatures drop rapidly, a freezing rain warning has been issued for a large portion of the province. Here are the details: 

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Bus Cancellations: February 21, 2018

Due to the weather, there are some school bus cancellations. This list will be updated until 7:00am. Check back for more. 

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York Region Police Confirm Their Officer Was Incorrect – Pot Will Not Make Men Develop Breasts

York Region police say they are looking into what transpired during a recent high school presentation on marijuana, when some information provided by officers was wildly inaccurate. Constable Laura Nicolle says the force was contacted by several people who say

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February 21 Winter Games Update: Gold For Canada In Ski Cross

Update at 8:45am: Canada’s Kaillie Humphries and Phylicia George have won bronze in woman’s bobsled. Original story: Calgary’s Brady Leman has earned Canada a gold medal in the men’s skicross. Toronto’s Kevin Drury was last in the four-man big final after crashing early

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Pacific Mall In Markham To Start Cracking Down On Retailers Selling Imitation Goods

Management at Pacific Mall in Markham say they’re taking measures to stop imitation goods from being sold there after a US government report claimed it was among the world’s most notorious sources of imitation goods. The US Office of the

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Lucky Charms Has Introduced The First New Charm In A Decade

Yesterday General Mills announced that for the first time in a decade, they are adding a new marshmallow to Lucky Charms. A rainbow unicorn will soon come with your breakfast. After shocking cereal fans with news of the hourglass marshmallow’s retirement

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Two Shootings In Brampton Yesterday – Police Appealing For Witnesses

Peel Police are searching for suspects in a pair of shootings yesterday that left one man dead and another wounded. The first shooting, at about 2:00pm, claimed the life of a man in his 30’s. He was Brampton resident Oliver

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[Video] She Uses An Airplane Vent To Dry Her Panties

A female passenger was spotted drying her underwear beneath an overhead air vent while on a flight to Moscow.  The unnamed woman, who was flying from Turkey to the Russian capital, was filmed holding her panties overhead during the flight. 

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February 20 Winter Games Update: Gold For Scott And Tessa

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are going out on top, ending their distinguished careers as the most decorated figure skaters in Olympic history. Virtue and Moir won ice dance gold last night, in what was likely their final competitive performance.

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Multiple Watches And Statements Issued By Environment Canada

Intense fog and heavy rain have triggered multiple watches, warnings and special weather statements from Environment Canada. Low visibility and flooding are the major concerns. The majority of the GTA is under a fog advisory but should escape mass flooding.

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Freezing Drizzle Advisory Issued

A freezing drizzle advisory has been issued by Environment Canada for a large portion of southern Ontario. Here are the details.

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McDonald’s Is Taking Cheeseburgers Off The Happy Meal Menu

McDonald’s will soon banish cheeseburgers and chocolate milk from its Happy Meal menu in an effort to cut down on the calories, sodium, saturated fat, and sugar that kids consume at its restaurants.  Bottled water will be added to Happy

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What’s Open And Closed On Family Day 2018

The long weekend is upon us. Monday is Family Day, which is a provincial holiday in Ontario. Here is a handy list of what is open and closed:

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Severe Turbulence Injured Two Air Canada Flight Attendants Last Night

An Air Canada flight on it’s way to Costa Rica last night was forced to turn around after the plane hit severe turbulence near Tennessee. Two flight attendants suffered minor injuries, and were taken to hospital by Peel Paramedics after

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The Legalization Of Recreational Marijuana Has Been Delayed To August Or September

The federal government has confirmed that Canadians will not be able to legally buy recreational marijuana on Canada Day, or even in the month of July.  Instead, you will have to wait until August or possibly even later. The senate

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