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For Your St. Patrick’s Day Celebration Information

Happy St. Paddy’s! Yes, that’s right St. Patrick’s Day and St. Paddy’s are the proper ways of referring to the day. According to PaddyNotPatty.com Paddy is derived from the Irish, Pádraig. And for this day there are plenty of ways

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Lunchtime Trivia Friday, March 15

It might be a stereotype but we really do it quite often which is how we came up with Today’s Lunchtime Trivia Question: Canadians were doing this so much they had to create a law. What was it?   The

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Special Weather Statement For Storms Thursday, March 14

Environment Canada has issued a Special Weather Statement for much of Southern Ontario, including all of the Golden Horseshoe, due to some potential heavy rainfall combining with snowmelt to create ponding issues in streets and low lying areas.   The

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Wind Warning Niagara Region High Winds Elsewhere Sunday March 10

The good news is any signs of Freezing Rain have passed, but there are high winds expected over the course of Sunday with gusts up to or exceeding 70 or 80 km/h which has led to the Special Weather Statements

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Special Weather Statement In Effect Friday, March 8, 2019

Environment Canada has issued a Special Weather Statement for several regions in Southern Ontario including the Kitchener-Waterloo region through Brant County, Hamilton, Halton-Peel, and down by Simcoe and to the Niagara Region.   Many of the Statements read as follows;

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Lunchtime Trivia Tuesday, February 26

Q:  3 million Canadians are responsible for the purchase of 60% of this product.  What is it? A:  Movie tickets.   16% of movie goers go to 10 0r more movies in the past 12 months. There are 20.3 million

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Wind Warning And Blowing Snow Advisory For Sunday February 24 2019

With the forecast calling for winds gusting up to 100km/h or 110km/h for much of Southern Ontario or even higher possible around the shoreline it is no surprise that there has been a Wind Warning issued for Today;   Major

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Lunchtime Trivia Friday, February 22

Q: The average life expectancy of these in Canada is about 13 years.   What are they? A:  Automobiles. By the year 2000, 33.7 per cent of vehicles in Canada lasted at least 15 years, and by 2017, upwards of 54

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This is the Most Dangerous Day of the Week to Drive in Canada

According to a recent study, this day of the week has been the worst for collisions across Canada for an entire decade. These are the Safest—and Most Dangerous—Days to Drive in Canada The 10th anniversary of the Allstate Canada Safe

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Special Weather Statement For Possible Heavy Snow Sunday Feb 17

Environment Canada is observing conditions which could result in a Snow Fall Warning being issued for Brantford, Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, and the Niagara Region including Grimsby, St. Catharines, and Niagara Falls. In an effort to keep area residents informed that

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Winter Storm Watch For Parts Of Southern Ontario For Tuesday Feb 12

The system moving through the States which has had a special weather statement issued for all of Southern Ontario previously has now forced that to be upgraded to a Winter Storm Watch for large areas including Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Guelph,

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Lunchtime Trivia Monday, February 11th

We got a little recreational with our Lunchtime Trivia question having some fun guessing what we like to do for fun with our free time in the country with this Question: This is the fastest growing recreational activity in Canada,

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Special Weather Statement Possible Freezing Rain For Tuesday Feb 12

It might be a good idea to avoid making any travel plans for Tuesday as Environment Canada is monitoring a weather system that could cause some problematic conditions over the course of the day. They have made that information known

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Canada ranked #1 country in the world for Quality of Life

Canada’s been named as the #1 country in the world in 2019 for Quality of Life for the fourth year in a row. The study, conducted by US News & World Report in partnership with Y&R’s BAV and Wharton, broke down

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These Places are Considered the Most Welcoming in Canada

Hoping for a warm welcome when you arrive at your next Canadian destination? If so, you might be happy to hear that Booking.com recently revealed the most welcoming places in Canada. The places were chosen according Booking.com’s 2018 guest review

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